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Living in Hillsdale-Kings Heights
Up a steep hill of the Tualatin Mountains, just uphill from Portland sits the Kings Heights neighborhood. Due to this neighborhood being on the side of a mountain, the yards tend to be steep slopes. The northwest shopping district is to the east with popular NW 23rd and Nob Hill only steps away. Heading uphill, winds through the historic district with turn of the century homes and cottages, the further up you go more modern styles. Forest Park is to the west of this neighborhood with over 5,000 acres, there is plenty of nature to enjoy. Washington Park is to the east of the Kings Heights neighborhood, within Washington Park visitors can enjoy the zoo, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Children's Museum or the Arboretum, so many fun offerings from this park. Pittock Mansion is a beautiful mansion that was originally built as a private home and is now owned by the City of Portland Parks Department. Visitors can take tours of the grand mansion, walk the trails throughout the property or just enjoy the amazing views. The location of this neighborhood really makes this neighborhood a well desired place to live. Residents can literally walk to downtown Portland and within walking or biking distance to urban parks, the stunning views and practically living in a huge forest makes this neighborhood one of the best in Portland.
Kings Heights residents are among one of the top cities of commuters that ride a bike to work or even walk to work. Also, the residents of Kings Heights are one the top cities for working from home. The Portland streetcar - NS Line is located at the NW 23rd and Marshall stop, the MAX Blue and Red Line, Portland Streetcar A and B Loop are also nearby rail services that are available. There are three bus lines, 18 Hillside, 77 Broadway/Halsey and 15 Belmont/NW 23rd, as well as carshare is available through Zipcar, Getaround and Relayrides. Kings Heights has plenty of transportation options to meet the needs of all its residents and visitors alike.
Schools in Hillsdale-Kings Heights
Hillsdale-Kings Heights is home to some of the best the city has to offer. According to Greatschools.org, West Sylvan Middle School was given a high rating of 9/10, Lincoln High School was rated 8/10 and Chapman Elementary School was given a rating of 5/10. The average student to teacher ratio correlates with the state average of twenty students to one teacher ratio. Portland Public School District serves the residents of Kings Heights with a wonderful public education opportunity.
Homes in Hillsdale-Kings Heights
The homes in Kings Heights vary from historic, stately homes to newer modern large homes and condominiums. The lower section of Kings Heights is where most of the historic homes reside but, also condominiums have been added as well. The larger, new homes have been built further uphill and most do lack a yard due to the steep inclines, some homes are even on stilts because of how steep the land is. Kings Heights is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Portland, but well worth the price for beautiful homes, the views, close proximity to amazing parks, practically living in a forest and the convenience of the city right at your feet. The crime rate in Kings Heights is also very low making this an excellent place to live and raise a family.