3,700 SQUARE FEET
This home encompasses an open concept with a focus on indoor-outdoor spaces and clean, modern lines.
Portland’s Boise-Eliot/Mississippi neighborhood is one of the most unique and most popular Portland neighborhoods. Most locals know Boise-Eliot by a few names: Williams Avenue andMississippi Avenue. While technically both part of the same neighborhood proper, these two streets have truly developed their own unique personality and feel with respect to the independent businesses that line their streets and the folks who frequent them.
The Mississippi Ave neighborhood has changed radically in the last 10 years. It is truly unrecognizable: gone are the barren streets, the dilapidated homes and the drug dealer on the corner. It has taken a village, but the area is now pretty safe for all. A great deal of commercial investment has changed the whole face of the area and while the businesses are largely independent, some of the local flavor and color has been lost. The new condos seem out of place here and the apartment prices are sky high. It is a hugely popular “destination neighborhood” due to the popularity of the bars, restaurants and retail shops.
The Mississippi Historic District is decidedly young, urban and hip. The streets are busied with bike traffic, foot-traffic and buses cruising by every few minutes. Mississippi has just about everything the average urbanite could ever want for: nearly a dozen great restaurants, fantastic coffee shops, a recording studio and live music hall, several bars and pubs and a ton of retail and boutique shops, all independently owned.
Major freeway ramps located nearby include I-5 and I-84. Drive over the Fremont, Steel or Broadway bridges to get downtown or to the Pearl District, and Old Town/Chinatown in mere minutes. The “MAX” light rail located on Interstate is only minutes away on foot. Downtown by bicycle is about 25 minutes.
Elementary School: Boise-Eliot
Middle School: Boise-Eliot
High School: Jefferson
High School 2: Grant