Stately Beaumont-Wilshire, developed in 1910, is one of the toniest neighborhoods in Portland, yet its upscale feel is casually tempered by its down-to-earth walkability. Some of the most beautiful older homes in Portland are located here, ranging from large architecturally impressive designs to an array of “Old Portland” style single-family charmers, in early-to-mid-century designs like Craftsman Bungalows, Ranches, Cottages, and Cape Cods.
Sitting atop Alameda Ridge, in the area surrounding NE Fremont (between 33nd and 52nd, with a northernmost boundary of NE Prescott), Beaumont-Wilshire’s quiet, old growth tree-lined streets and community-oriented neighbors create a relaxed atmosphere that residents enjoy walking or biking around. (It also has some of the finest trick or treating in all of Portland.)
Nearby, historic 14.4-acre Wilshire Park beckons those interested in outdoor fun with a playground, baseball diamond, walking trail and off-leash area for dogs.
Beaumont Village’s neighborhood market, chic boutiques, cafes and long-time restaurants line NE Fremont Street between NE 33rd and NE 50thwith heavy hitters like Alameda Café, Amalfis, Blackbird Wine Shop, Alameda Brew Pub, and Portland’s own Jim and Patty’s Coffee (the minds behind the now defunct Portland coffee institution, Coffee People.)
If you’d like to make Beaumont-Wilshire your neighborhood, call or email us for available listings.