Portsmouth Real Estate

    Tucked in the middle of North Portland, Portsmouth has some picturesque streets with beautifully improved homes and some neighborhoods still in transition. Diversity, Stability and Affordability still form the foundation of this neighborhood, a place with a human scale.

    The neighborhood is as a whole a very quiet and peaceful place. This is a neighborhood that encourages its residents to walk. There are pedestrian routes through the neighborhood that connect its parks, schools, and commercial and community services. These routes are well-marked and include amenities such as pedestrian scale lighting standards, water fountains, benches, litter cans, storefront businesses, and well-maintained, attractive parks. Portsmouth has connections to trails leading into the Smith & Bybee nature area as well.

    On both sides of Lombard Street between Fiske and Portsmouth there are a number of storefront businesses. The neighboring St. John’s has supermarkets, specialty food stores, restaurants, coffees shops and boutiques.

    Schools: Rosa Parks Elementary; Clarendon/Portsmouth Elementary and Middle School; Roosevelt High School

    Parks: McCoy Park; Northgate Park; University Park; Portsmouth Park; McKenna Park; Columbia Park; Trenton Park; George Park; Cathedral Park; and Smith and Bybee Lakes Wetlands area

    Shopping: St. Johns Safeway, Fred Meyer, Arbor Lodge New Seasons Market

    Freeways: 2 miles to I-5; State Highway 30 is across the St. Johns Bridge

    Neighborhood Information:

    Portsmouth Neighborhood Association

    Portsmouth City Data

    New Columbia Community in Portsmouth

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