One of Portland’s oldest neighborhoods, Woodstock was first established in 1889 and is best known for its eclectic mix of locally owned shops, cafes and restaurants, and its laid-back feel.
A charming, relaxed and more affordable alternative to neighboring Eastmoreland, this popular southeast neighborhood features modest Bungalows, Craftsman, Arts and Crafts, and Cottages and provides 14 acres of family fun at Woodstock Park.
The Woodstock Library and Community Center offer classes, activities, and readings by local authors, while nearby Reed College, Eastmoreland Golf Course and the Rhododendron Gardens make for perfect spots to get back in touch with the peace of nature.
With a Walk Score of 70 and neighborhood restaurants like Toast, Delta Café, Nudi Noodle, and Otto’s Sausage Kitchen and Meat Market (all within easy walking distance), the only drawback to living here may be to your waistline.
If you’re interested in what this fun neighborhood has to offer, call or email us today for available listings.