Woodstock Neighborhood – Your New Home
The Lindley Team at Mortgage Express | 503.517.8641
Woodstock is a lovely area of Portland with many nice older homes tucked into quiet neighborhood streets. This is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Portland with some of the homes being built in the 1880’s. This area is peaceful, feels warm and safe and is full of young and established families.
Get ready to step back in time when you visit Woodstock, a quaint neighborhood in SE Portland that exudes charm and history. The streets are lined with old-fashioned homes, some dating back to the 1880s with fascinating architectural details like Old Portland foursquares and Tudor-style abodes. Take a stroll down the main strip and discover cozy cafes, eclectic shops, and bustling restaurants where locals and visitors alike come together to enjoy a sense of community. With its mix of old and new, Woodstock is a neighborhood you won’t want to miss!
All of the businesses here are locally owned, and most of them are located in the Woodstock Village Center, which is on Woodstock Boulevard between 39th and 52nd. They have a community center, library, churches, restaurants, stores, and services.
Come discover the tranquility of Woodstock’s residential streets, nestled in the heart of bustling Portland. If you’re not ready for the commitment of homeownership, fear not – there are plenty of condos and townhouses to call your own. And don’t miss out on the breathtaking Woodstock Park, complete with sports fields, playgrounds, and even live music during the summer months. For bookworms and movie enthusiasts, the beloved Woodstock Library offers a vast selection of materials, especially popular with the wiser generation. Experience the charm of Woodstock for yourself – a true gem in Portland’s crown.
Nearest Schools in Woodstock Neighborhood:
- Elementary: Woodstock Elementary and Meriwether Lewis Elementary.
- Middle schools: Hosford Middle School and Lane Middle School
- High school is Cleveland High School
- Woodstock Park
Includes accessible play area, accessible restroom, BEECN – basic earthquake emergency communication node, dog off-leash area, horseshoe pit, paths – paved, picnic site – reservable, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, statue or public art, and tennis court.
- The Woodstock Community Center was built in 1928 and used as a fire station up until 1958; at that time, Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) converted it to a community center.
- Grand Central Bakery
Artisan bakery & cafe offering breads, pastries, soups & sandwiches made from local ingredients.
- New Seasons
As their websites says, “New Seasons Market is a happy place. We call it grocery goodness: a store carrying the best mix of products that’s easy, fun to shop and genuinely friendly”. This is indeed true in every sense of the word!
- Portland Fish Market
Excellent fish and chips. Always fresh, and perfectly cooked hearty golden fries. Customers rave over their tartar sauce, too!
Longtime German deli with sidewalk picnic tables selling homemade sausages, hot dogs & sandwiches.
- Lutz tavern
Bar founded in 1947 but remodeled with new style, offering fresh-squeezed juices & hefty burgers.
- Bergerac is an inviting and comfortable French bistro open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends.
- Alive MMA
5607 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97206
- Foster Fitness Center
5623 SE Center St, Portland, OR 97206
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We love meeting with our clients face-to-face, whether you’re a first time home buyer, moving up to a newer home, looking to invest in real estate, or refinance, we’re here to be your preferred Portland Mortgage Lenders.
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