Blog Stories Curb Appeal Vol. 5: Portland Neighborhood Spotlight – Alameda

Curb Appeal Vol. 5: Portland Neighborhood Spotlight – Alameda

By Aryne + Dulcinea, July 27, 2018

THE HISTORY:

Gravelly Hill Road was established by the Bowering Family in 1859. On land claimed by the family, a small community of individuals began to develop on top the large gravel bar formation which spans six miles to Rocky Butte. Fifty years after the Bowering family’s occupation of the area, the Alameda Land Company would develop the exclusionary Alameda Park subdivision, which would later become incorporated into the City of Portland. Today, Portland’s Alameda neighborhood spans  NE Prescott Street to Knott Street, positioned between the Sabin and Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhoods.

THE MARKET:

The real estate market in Portland’s Alameda neighborhood has been experiencing consistent growth for half a decade, with the median price increasing by 39.8% over during that period. According to a comprehensive market study by Portland Monthly, Alameda is Portland’s sixth-most expensive neighborhood, with homes averaging $726,243. Featuring bungalow, Tudor and Queen Anne-style architecture, Alameda offers a diverse selection of premiere homes, and values are anticipated to increase by an additional 34% over the next five years.

WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT ALAMEDA:

Take a stroll through Portland’s Alameda neighborhood and you’ll quickly understand what makes this housing market so competitive. Aptly earning its name from the Spanish word alameda, meaning a promenade shaded with trees or public walkway, this neighborhood is home to one of Portland’s premiere urban walks. Perched high above the city, a walk through Portland’s Alameda neighborhood reveals Northeast Portland’s best views. With a bike score of 92 over 47 restaurants, bars and coffee shops, the neighborhood has plenty to offer its more than 5,000 residents.

NEARBY DESTINATIONS:

Food: LuccaGuilder, Junior’s Roasted Coffee, Pok Pok Noi
Activities: Alameda Ridge Walk, Fremont Art Tree, Portland Story Theater, Garden Fever

DEMOGRAPHICS (2010 CENSUS)

Residents: 5,214
Median Age: 42.5
Under 18 years: 25%
18 to 64 years: 64.3%
65 years and over: 10.6%

COMPARABLE NEIGHBORHOODS:

Forest Park
Average Home: $$787,807

Laurelhurst
Average Home: $654,275

Sabin
Average Home: $601,490

 

About Us:
Over the course of their professional partnership, Aryne + Dulcinea have helped over 200 clients prosper in their new lives. During this time, they have prided themselves in their top-notch selling abilities, with homes outperforming market standards, consistently exceeding list price while most of their listings sell in under 7 days. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, Aryne & Dulcinea will work in collaboration to guide you in investing in your future and reaching your real estate goals

 

Aryne + Dulcinea

Earth Advantage & ADU Specialist Brokers

Click here to get to know Aryne + Dulcinea!

Aryne + Dulcinea are full-service, high-producing agents, who understand how to navigate the unique challenges facing the Portland real estate market. The secret to their success is in their professionalism and complementary skill sets. In 2012, Aryne + Dulcinea saw an opportunity to combine their creative and technical wisdom to create a values-driven, full-service agency unlike any other. Expert negotiators and project management mavens with a strong background in creative marketing, Aryne + Dulcinea serve as fierce advocates for their clients. 

Their passion for real estate relates closely to their commitment to the Portland way of life, which entails a dedication to sustainability and appreciation for all things local. As Earth Advantage Brokers and ADU Certified Specialists, Aryne + Dulcinea are savvy in all aspects of alternative living practices—from versatile housing additions, green building practices, and revenue-generating strategies. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, Aryne & Dulcinea will work in collaboration to guide you in investing in your future and reaching you real estate goals.

Aryne greets working with clients throughout Portland with open arms. Licensed since 2005, she appreciates the ever shifting desires her clients have as they move through their real estate goals. Investigative genius on her side, Aryne will strive to bring you the results you desire.  When not working for you, Aryne is a constant cheerleader for her son and daughter’s pursuits on the basketball court and on the ballet stage! She practices yoga, hikes, loves to walk and explore Portland neighborhoods, reads, and delights in soaking up everything Portland has to offer! 

Dulcinea thrives on working with clients with a range of real estate goals.  A native Oregonian with a design and an award-winning professional background, Dulcinea is steadfast when it comes to working for her clients and has a keen eye for properties that best serve client objectives. Licensed since 2013, Dulcinea works in and around Portland.  A mother of two and wife to her high school sweetie—in her free time she stays busy with her family, travel, community activism, exploring the outdoors, curating art shows, and dreaming big!

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