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Alameda Real Estate - Alameda Portland OR Homes for Sale

Are you looking for Alameda Real Estate in Portland OR?  Here's our helpful guide to Alameda Portland OR Homes for Sale with handy Alameda neighborhood stats, charts, local real estate listings, and more helpful information.

Alameda Neighborhood Real Estate Statistics and Market Reports

One of the first things you might want to consider when looking for Alameda Portland Homes for sale, is how the local real estate market is performing in this neighborhood.  See how Alameda home values compare to other areas and whether properties are appreciating.  

Alameda is a popular NE Portland neighborhood, with older established homes, and beautifully maintained neighborhoods.  There are many larger custom styles of homes located along Alameda Ridge.  The neighborhood has a long history, and residents are proud to call Alameda home. Part of Alameda is located along Fremont Street, with easy access to shopping, dining, and amenities in Beaumont Village.

There are many wonderful family homes for sale in Alameda.  Do a little research and know whether the home you are considering is a good buy.  Also use this information if you are considering selling a home in Alameda.

Here is a helpful link to the current Alameda Real Estate Market Report.

Find a Alameda Home for Sale | Buy a Home in the Alameda Neighborhood, Portland - Alameda Real Estate Search

Now that you know a bit more about the neighborhood statistics and current real estate market in Alameda, it's time to start looking for your new home to buy in Alameda!  

Here is a helpful link to search current Alameda home listings and Alameda RMLS, Alameda Portland OR Homes for Sale.

Just select "Alameda" as the neighborhood in the drop-down box, and see current listings in Alameda.

Homes for Sale in Alameda - Architectural Styles, Avg. Square Footage, and Age of Homes

Alameda Real Estate & Home Styles - What types of home styles can you expect to find in Alameda?  Most Alameda homes are upper middle class, older Portland homes in established neighborhoods.  Many Alameda homes were built in the early 1900s, such as in the 1910s-1920s.  As such, the homes offer period details that are appealing to home buyers looking for hardwood floors, larger rooms, high ceilings, traditional styling, and more built-in style than many newer homes.

Alameda real estate listings often include two stories of all styles, cape cods, faux tudors, bungalows, Victorians, and large Portland Foursquare styled homes with covered porches.  There are some homes for sale in Alameda built during later periods as well, and the occasional in-fill property.  

Mid to larger sized family homes are common in this area, typically ranging from the mid to upper 2000 to 3000+ square feet.   Homes located along Alameda Ridge will typically command higher prices than other homes in this area.

To learn more about the Alameda neighborhood, including local amenities such as parks, schools, and maps, visit the Alameda Neighborhood page.

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Neighborhood Links

Zip Code 97211

Commute Times:

About 10 minutes to Downtown Portland by car, 23 minutes by bus, 20 minutes by bike depending on traffic and time of day.

Alameda History Website

Neighborhood Census Statistics

Crime Stats

Fernhill Park

Wilshire Park

Grant Park

Portland Public School Boundaries

Alameda Schools:

Elementary school: Alameda Elementary School
Middle school: Beaumont Middle School
High school: Grant High School

Portland International Airport

Portland Police Bureau

Portland Off-Leash Dog Parks

TriMet - Interactive Maps and Schedules for Bus, Max and Streetcar

Maps - View Neighborhoods and Boundaries

To locate specific Portland neighborhoods on the map, view one of the links below:

Clickable Neighborhood Map

Portland Neighborhood Boundary Map 

Individual Neighborhood Maps

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