The Portland area is a hub of culture, business, and recreation. The Portland metro area is an eclectic region surrounded by beautiful landscapes and spectacular views. The city offers a myriad of lifestyles and a wonderful mix of urban and rural living. Portland has something for everyone, especially the outdoor enthusiast with whitewater rafting, skiing, and miles of incredible hiking trails in Portland’s backyard. Boasting an eclectic nightlife, Portland offers both the excitement of city living with the laid-back feel of a small town. Downtown Portland is walkable and boasts a huge range of different urban hotspots, restaurants, coffee shops, and food carts.
On the outskirts of Portland, this community is affectionately known as “the city to the sunset.” North Plains is also widely recognized as home to one of Oregon’s most prestigious golf courses, Pumpkin Ridge which was the site of the 1996 U.S. Amateur Tournament won by Tiger Woods. North Plains is charming . . .Explore
Once a popular shipping port, the community of St. Helens sits on 60 miles the Columbia River banks outside of the Oregon-Washington border, just 30 minutes North of Portland. Quaint and charming, the Olde Town is a registered Historic District and is a well-travelled destination for those seeking . . .Explore
The community of St. Johns is located at the northern tip of where the Columbia River and Willamette River converge. It sits on the Northwest end of the beautiful St. Johns bridge. Still considered affordable, the area has experienced much revitalization in recent years. A bustling downton area dn homes of . . .Explore