Bridgeton is a unique neighborhood of floating homes, condos, row houses, and businesses. The very small, friendly community feels extremely removed from Portland proper. It occupies a narrow strip of land around a levee between the Columbia River and Bridgeton Slough.
Average home prices are released yearly by Portland Monthly. While prices shown are an average, actual home prices can vary greatly across a neighborhood.
Named for the beautiful Cathedral Park, located on the east side of the river and under the St. Johns Bridge, this North Portland neighborhood is in transition. Due to the number of new and younger homeowners moving to the area, homes have been improving and a sense of community has been developing. This area also gets many students who attend the nearby University of Portland.
East Columbia is a very unique neighborhood due to its wetlands and open space combined with residential, industrial, and agricultural uses. East Columbia is surrounded by three golf courses and bordered on the north by the Columbia River. The entire neighborhood is in a managed floodplain.