This is an up and coming neighborhood with homes being fixed up with a real community feel.
Sweet little houses are good starter homes and often have a nice size yard. The neighborhood is bordered by the Springwater Trail which takes you to downtown through Sellwood or East to Boring. You’ll notice a number of tall Douglas Firs in this neighborhood and access to Johnson Creek which really invites in a country meets city feel. You’ll enjoy a number of parks at your disposal if you make this neighborhood home.
The Brentwood Darlington neighborhood is in close proximity to many coveted Southeast Portland neighborhoods like Woodstock and Foster Powell or FOPO. There is a potpourri of classic Portland homes styles from Bungalows, Old Portlands to Cap Cods and Ranches. There is newer construction, condos and apartments in this area too.
BORDERING NEIGHBORHOODS + LANDMARKS
A Visual Vibe
HOME INFO - 2018*
Average home cost $339,569
Cost per SQFT $240
Average days on market 33
Average year built 1953
Walk score 54
Minutes to downtown by car 21
Number of transit lines max/streetcar/tram lines 4
Miles of bike routes (lanes, blvd, multi-use paths) 6
Miles of bike routes (all) per square mile 3.5
Elementary: Whitman, Lewis, Woodmere
High School: Marshall
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The Important Stuff
Parks & natural areas, in acres 48
Parks, % of neighborhood 4
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*data courtesy of Portland Monthly 2019 Real Estate Guide
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