Situated on the east bank of the Willamette, Sellwood’s charming blend of history, small-town feel, wide sidewalks, pedestrian-friendly amenities and strong sense of community make it an ideal choice for growing families.
Connected by the Sellwood Bridge to downtown Portland, the Sellwood area itself was annexed to Portland back in 1893. With a lively retail district that’s home to Portland’s renowned Antique Row, and a diverse array of restaurants serving up some of the best food Portland has to offer (like Papa Haydn, Saburo’s Sushi and Jade Bistro Teahouse and Patisserie) Sellwood has much to offer a discerning palate.
Quiet, lushly green streets connect the Sellwood neighborhood, and feature some of the area’s oldest homes with everything from well-maintained Victorians and Craftsman Bungalows to quaint Cottages. Schools here are highly regarded and the neighborhood is close to the top ranked liberal arts school, Reed College.
Sellwood’s most celebrated attraction, Oaks Park, is a popular and historic amusement park that sits along the bank of the Willamette River and promises to bring back fond fun memories of bygone days.
An area known for its sincere commitment to the preservation of community, if you’re interested in exploring your options in this stellar neighborhood, call or email us today for available listings.