Southeast, Real Estate

Southeast Neighborhoods


Southeast Portland has an alternative vibe and a strong community culture. From the Hawthorne District with its unique collection of stores and hip hot spots to Laurelhurst with its expansive parks and quiet streets, there is something for everyone. Selecting a specific community takes time; this section has the information to help you find the area that best fits your daily lifestyle needs.

 
Eastmoreland is one of Portland’s most coveted neighborhoods for its beautiful traditional homes and burgeoning social scene. It borders the neighborhoods of Reed,...
Founded at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers, Gladstone is surrounded by water on three sides. Prior to European settlement, several Native American...
A 2008 article in the Oregonian called Southeast Portland’s Lents neighborhood a “diamond in the rough.” Located just over six miles southeast of...
Known as the “Dogwood City” of the West and the birthplace of the Bing Cherry; Milwaukie was settled and claimed by Pioneer Lot Whitcomb in 1847 and was formally...
Montavilla, which stands for Mt. Tabor Villa, is a cozy little community in SE Portland. In the 1890s the neighborhood was named Mt Tabor Village and was a stopping point for...
Located in Southeast Portland between Burnside and Division from SE 49 th to SE 76 th , the Mt. Tabor neighborhood is experiencing a neighborhood renaissance of sorts, with...
Richmond is nestled in the charming section of Southeast Portland and is bordered by the Hosfor-Abernethy, Sunnyside, Mt. Tabor, South Tabor, and Creston-Kenilworth...
Sellwood is located three miles south of downtown Portland on the east side of the Willamette River. Once known simply as “Oregon Country,” this area is rich in...
SE Portland’s Woodstock neighborhood encapsulates the city’s young and old spirits better than anywhere else in town. Some of the homes in this quiet residential...

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