Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
The One I Fall in Love with when I Move there!
I am 26, about to wrap up my bachelor's at CU. Yeah, the college journey was not a linear or a traditional one, but living in Boulder has been AMAZING and one hell of an education! I am from Aspen, so have all those intrinsic outdoor tendencies, plus I am a writer. I like whiskey, mariachi, long trails and poetry + music. Oh, and I am newly engaged to my wonderful fiance Kyle, who is from Minneapolis and has a love of Pit Bulls and delicious Chinese food, among other things.
What do you love about Portland?
It's proximity to the Oregon Coast! The funky meets crunchy meets urban vibe....GREEN, trees! Stumptown.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
The one I fall in love with this fall, because it will forever represent the beginning of a great and loving adventure!
Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life!
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Welcome Susannah, whenever you get here. My advice to you is go North as much as possible, for affordable housing (either to rent or own) and a bit of mellowness thats removed from the urban hustle and bustle. I'd suggest the Portsmouth area around the University of Portland....
Hi there. I was trying to respond to your post on the Green Portland page, but had trouble with the link. I transplanted myself from the People's Republic of Berkeley 19 years ago and I have been a Realtor since. There are so many neighborhoods that match your wish list. Try to stay within about 60 blocks of the center of town and you'll be set! Let me know if you have any other questions. Bonnie
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