Portland Heights Real Estate Agent
Located just a couple of miles from downtown, Portland Heights offers picturesque views of Mt. Hood and is a five-minute commute to and from downtown. Enjoy a relaxing walk to the nearby Alphabet or Pearl Districts, where numerous restaurants await. If you’re in need of a real estate agent in the Portland area, contact Terrie Cox to get started with relocating today.
Portland Heights is part of the Portland School District. There is one elementary school, one middle school, and two high schools to serve area students. The Portland School District is committed to challenging students in a way that promotes personal success and develops skills for lifelong learning. Secondary education students have their pick of highly-rated universities including University of Portland, Portland State University, Willamette College, or Lewis and Clark College.
FOOD AND DRINK
With easy access to downtown Portland, you’re never too far away from great food and fabulous drinks. Oregon wines contend with the best California has to offer. There are many great local wineries producing jammy pinots, earthy cabernets, and more subtle white blends. If you’re hungry, Portland’s Pearl District, a five-minute drive away, and is renowned for its cutting-edge food scene. Enjoy top-rated steakhouses, Japanese fusion, and Peruvian takeout. It’s all on the menu. Portland Heights is also in walking distance to many quiet coffee shops. Find your new spot and sip on a warm latte.
Portland Heights offers many opportunities for residents to enjoy the outdoors. Take the Oregon Zoo walk, a 5.6-mile jaunt through the Portland Heights, past a few peaks of the Cascade Mountains and some of the neighborhoods’ architecturally interesting 19th-century homes. The walk ends at the Portland Zoo, where children delight in the famous Zoo Train. It’s another short walk to the Portland Japanese Garden, a 5.5-acre traditional Japanese garden, full of quiet streams, exotic koi, and bubbling waterfalls. Along with that, the International Rose Test Garden is in the middle, exemplifying Portland’s nickname, “City of Roses.” Over 7,000 rose plants of nearly 550 varieties bloom from April to October each year. Portland Heights is also home to the Southwest Hills, which has over 17 miles of biking trails.
To see what listings are available in the Portland Heights area, call or text real estate agent Terrie Cox directly at (360) 607-4100.