5207 Ne Portland Hwy

Portland, OR 97218
Sold at $450,000
5207 NE Portland Hwy Portland, OR 97218
Land and Lots
MLS
6093501
Great development parcel in Northeast Portland! Zoned IG-2 with lots of frontage on Lombard (Ptld Hwy). Call for more information on uses, or for an email packet of additional information.
Car-Dependent
Price
$475,000
Sub Type
Commercial/Industrial
Acres
0.83
Topography
Level
No. Lots
3
Terms
Cash, Conventional Loan
Utilities Installed
Yes
Location
County
Multnomah
Status
Sold
Estimated Taxes
$2,363
Listing Office
Persimmon Realty
Listing Last Updated
September 18, 2008 3:32 PM
Schools
Elementary
Rigler
High
Madison
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Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Zoning
IG-2
Acres
0.83
topography
Level
present use
Raw Land


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Cully


Named after English stonemason Thomas Cully, this Northeast neighborhood is a culturally diverse urban area with a mix of commercial and residential development. Cully is bordered by the Concordia, Sumner, Roseway, Rose City Park, and Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhoods.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Cully largely consists of modest family houses such as ranches, smaller Craftsman styles, and starter homes. There is a strong sense of community identity and active neighborhood involvement within Cully. The Rigler Community Garden, a gathering place for children and adults to garden and provide a healthy food source, is a true testament to this.

 

LOCAL SCENE

From June through September, Cully Farmer’s Market is opened on Thursdays and offers live music, a pop-up library and an endless amount of sustainable and healthy food. Head over to 42nd Avenue to the many restaurants and cafes for an assortment of food and drink options. There are also a couple family-run businesses that are neighborhood fixtures on 42nd that provide the community with homemade goods.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Aside from the Rigler Community Garden, residents of Cully also have Sacajawea Park and Whitaker Ponds Nature Park within their borders. Whitaker Ponds Nature Park has two ponds, a ½ mile loop trail, and a canoe launch into Whitaker Slough. A black cottonwood forest surrounds the ponds. The Lewis & Clark Garden features a huge collection of plant communities from across the United States. You won’t be the only visitor at the park with the wide assortment of animals that are frequent to the area.



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