Beaumont-Wilshire is located in Northeast Portland. It is bordered by the Alameda, Concordia, Cully, Rose City Park, and Grant Park neighborhoods.
Beaumont-Wilshire is an older, well established neighborhood with a strong sense of community. It has a nice mix of residential and commercial property. The main road through Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood is NE Fremont Street, and the primary commercial focus is “Beaumont Village”, between NE33rd and NE 50th. The excerpt below is from a recent Beaumont Wilshire Neighborhood study:
Beaumont Village, on NE Fremont Street from NE 33rd to NE 50th, is one of those special places with strong ties to the surrounding Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood. The neighborhood was platted and first developed in 1910. According to 1996 Census data, the neighborhood consists primarily of owner-occupied, single-family housing, with approximately 5,463 residents. Residents recognize the Swiss House, which stands between NE 41st and NE 42nd on NE Fremont, as a popular and recognizable anchor for the commercial area. The building, nicknamed by residents for its 1929 Tudor style, offers services such as a hair salon, specialty retail, a grocery store and restaurants. Other buildings with varying styles and tenants line NE Fremont, providing residents with what they cite as good, small neighborhood.oriented businesses. Residents value NE Fremont’s easy walking access, gathering places, and its small-town and community center feel.” -Prepared for the Beaumont-Wilshire Neighborhood Association by In Your Neighborhood Consultants
Take your family to Wilshire Park to enjoy a sunny afternoon relaxing on the grassy lawn, enjoying a picnic, or playing ball. This 14 acre park features many amenities including paths, picnic areas, playground, soccer and softball fields, volleyball court, and off-leash dog park area.
Family friendly, welcoming, and with a strong sense of community. Walkable. This is a safe and cozy Portland neighborhood.
Zip Code 97211, 97212, 97218
Restaurants and Businesses
Green Dog Pet Supply features lots of great dog and cat items, ranging from healthy, high quality natural and organic foods, to some fun pet-themed cards, magnets and other gifts. Green Dog focuses on “green” pet supplies, so while you are doing something good for Rover, you will be doing something nice for the planet, too. Stop in and visit Green Dog, located in Beaumont Village at 4605 NE Fremont Street.
Defining Image Salon. These folks will take their good sweet time making you gorgeous. They are friendly, and best of all–experienced! I trusted my precious long locks to one of their expert colorists and ended up with the perfect, sun-kissed highlights I had asked for. It took over three hours but they didn’t make me feel rushed at all, and in fact I felt relaxed and right at home in this “small town” girl-next-door salon. Located at 4811 NE Fremont St.
STRADA is a fitness and adventure training center offering personal and group training, fitness classes, youth programs and outdoor adventures. Located at 4815 NE Fremont.
These are only a small handful of the businesses lining Fremont Street:
“NE Fremont Street, between NE 33rd and NE 50th Avenues, locally known as “Beaumont Village”, serves as the focal point of activity for the Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood. As a neighborhood center, NE Fremont Street provides a mix of housing, commercial, institutional and retail services to residents and visitors. It is a place where people can socialize, run their errands, window shop, and dine at local restaurants. Interspersed between the commercial activity are small professional offices that provide medical, legal, and financial services to the greater community.
In early August of each year, Beaumont Village hosts the “Fremont Fest”, which includes live music, artists and craftspeople, sidewalk sales, face painting, horse and carriage rides, and a children’s parade.” (Source: Wikipedia)
restaurants come and go, but there are many popular restaurants in the area
that have been here in the neighborhood for years. Along Fremont St.,
the Alameda Cafe is a popular breakfast spot, Stanich’s is known for their burgers, and Amalfi’s is known for their pizza.
An older, established neighborhood, Beaumont-Wilshire features mostly single-family homes in the Ranch, Craftsman, Bungalow, Cottage, Cape Cod and other familiar early-to-mid-century Portland home styles that are common to the East side. These homes have been well-maintained and show pride of ownership.
If you’re looking for Beaumont Wilshire real estate and homes for sale in Beaumont Wilshire Portland OR, visit the Beaumont Wilshire real estate page.
If you are interested in buying or selling a home in this Portland neighborhood, visit our Portland Real Estate Page for more information, or visit our Portland Real Estate Map to search the RMLS for neighborhood homes for sale.
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