Perched atop a plateau in Northeast Portland, this community offers wide open boulevards, big green yards, and an incredible variety of quality homes. The neighborhood was first developed in 1910, and today is predominantly comprised of owner-occupied, single-family homes which have been exquisitely maintained. Certain lucky homeowners in this neighborhood even have a view of the city that rivals those on Mount Tabor, or even those in the west hills.
Beaumont-Wilshire ranges in style from stately to cozy, with a strong English overtone. Most homes enjoy more space than you’ll find in most areas, at least without getting much farther out of the city.
Built around Freemont Street, this neighborhood is known for its strong sense of community (the annual picnic is always a hit) and proximity to the Beaumont Village, which includes the famed Pip’s Doughnuts. Almost all shops and restaurants are located on the eastern edge of this neighborhood and include some delicious options full of local flavor.
Wilshire park, located on the Western side of the neighborhood, includes an accessible picnic area, a restroom, an off-leash dog area, horseshoe pit, paved and unpaved paths, picnic shelter, picnic site with tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, and even a volleyball court.