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Portland Southeast, Oregon Real Estate

Southeast Portland is a homebuyer's dream come true. You will find small homes, Victorian homes, Tudors and mansions in the midst of a city that has beauty, culture and economic opportunity. More than 20 neighborhoods including Laurelhurst, Montavilla, Mt. Tabor, Sunnyside, and Hosford-Abernathy provide a large and varied selection of home choices. Prices for SE Portland houses start at $200,000 and can exceed $1.5 million. Economical choices include quaint, ranch-style homes in Brentwood/Darlington. Average prices for homes in Mt. Tabor, Eastmoreland and Hosford-Abernathy are $350,000-$550,000, while very large, custom homes in Eastmoreland and Sunnyside are priced closer to $800,000. Amenities include scenic views of city lights, mountains and the Williamette River. Southeast Portland condos and townhouses are priced from $175,000 to $1 million. The selection includes lofts, new construction and larger, three-bedroom units.
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Portland Southeast Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Oregon

On the east side of the Williamette River in Portland, there is a group of communities that make up the area of Southeast Portland. Here, first-time homebuyers and investors will find eclectic architecture, charming neighborhoods and funky retail districts, plus all the conveniences of a big city. Housing options in Southeast Portland include single-family homes in a variety of sizes and prices, condominiums, and townhouses.

Close-in Southeast Portland is roughly bordered by the Williamette River on the west, Interstate 84 on the north, Interstate 205 on the east, and the Clackamas County line on the south. With more than 20 separate designated neighborhoods, Southeast Portland is home to approximately 163,000 people. These residents are known for their community pride, demonstrated through efforts to retain each neighborhood’s small-town sense of identity. The communities of Buckman, Brooklyn, Hosford-Abernathy, and Sellwood-Moreland offer quick downtown access over the Williamette River bridges. Sunnyside, Mt. Tabor, Richmond, Creston/Kenilworth, Eastmoreland and Reed neighborhoods are a bicycle or bus ride away from downtown. Woodstock, Foster /Powell, Brentwood/Darlington, Montavilla and Lents make up the perimeters of the close in SE neighborhoods.

Outer SE Portland extends from just east of Interstate 205 to the city of Gresham and offers a more suburban living option.

City parks, coffee houses and pedestrian-friendly outdoor retail/entertainment districts are the main venues for free-time fun. Public schooling is provided by Portland Public Schools, a city-wide district that manages over 100 campuses. District-wide enrollment is more than 50,000 and the student-to-teacher ratio is less than 19. Greater Portland also has many options for post-high school education, including community colleges, public and private universities and vocational programs. The largest institutions in terms of enrollment are Portland State University, Portland Community College, Lewis and Clark College and the University of Portland.

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