Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
As a Portlander for over 35 years, I am still exploring the bounty of beauty this area has to offer. I am a EcoBroker Realtor and specialize in older homes in close in NE, N and SE Portland. With over 14 years in the industry, I have the knowledge and expertise to assist home buyers and sellers through their transition and on to a smooth closing.
What do you love about Portland?
What is there NOT to love about this great city! With only 1 1/2 hours to the beach, The Gorge just down the road, Mt. Hood an hour and a half away and the desert within 2 hours, the diversity is amazing! Portland is clean, green, with plenty of culture, arts and fabulous locally owned restaurants. The people are friendly and the transportation system easy to navigate. I can't imagine a better city in which to live.
I enjoy a wide range of music but some of my favorites are Blues, Zydeco, Indie and 80's Rock.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
Do I have to pick just one? As a realtor, I appreciate so many of our neighborhoods. Here are a few favorites:
Alameda, Irvington, Laurelhurst, Beaumont, Grant Park, St. John's, Belmont, Hawthorne, Mt Tabor, Arbor Lodge, Univeristy Park, Concordia, Roseway, West Slope, Cedar Hills, Raleigh Hills... This list goes on and on!
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The Art Co-operative will honor the gorgeous Columbia Gorge at the First Thursday Art Walk between 4-6 p.m. on September 6, 2018. The 50-foot frontage windows will artfully play on the mighty Columbia River that helped formed the region. Many of the 40 member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will again encourage visitors to express their own creativity for free by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl. The very popular Community Bowl Project is sponsored by…See More
The Oregon State Fair is back for its 153rd year, with 10 days of traditional family fun! Favorite attractions are back — street performers, horse competitions, games, carnival rides, and music. Enjoy more modern offerings such as dog-agility shows and even robots. The Fair is the perfect grand finale to the summer!See More
Join us for Multnomah Village's Sixth Annual Northwest Wine and Food Festival!Over 25 superb NW wine and food stars will provide an afternoon of wine tastings paired with sweet & savory bites.Guests will taste wines and chat with our local winemakers and chefs. Purchase bottles of the wines you love to go!VIP Tickets are available, providing early entry, access to special wines, and one-one-one time with makers of some of the most stunning wines in the Northwest.100% of the proceeds from…See More
The Art Co-operative will make a splash into August at the First Thursday Art Walk between 4-6 p.m. on August 2, 2018. Many of the member artists will be present to talk about their latest works and will encourage visitors to express their own creativity by painting a ceramic bisque-fired bowl. Georgie's Ceramic & Clay is sponsoring by providing the raw clay and the rest will be supplied by the Co-op. Once glazed, the bowls will be fired and available for $10 with all proceeds going to…See More
Ages 6-9 • September 15, 22, 29Saturdays • 11:15am - 12:15pm & 12:30pm - 1:30pmLEARN MORE >The Free Pre-Ballet Series introduces young dancers, ages 6-9, to the fundamentals of ballet. These free classes help children decide if ballet is right for them. We welcome all new dancers in this commitment-free, three-class series, with the goal of giving students the basic…See More