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Charming Neighborhood Includes Beaumont Village

Situated in northeast Portland, Beaumont-Wilshire is a well-established neighborhood that many consider the gem of the east side. With its views of downtown Portland and the Cascades, Beaumont-Wilshire is a cozy, family-friendly area. Beaumont Village on NE Fremont Street offers restaurants, cafés, bars, and shops. This neighborhood, which is bordered by the Rose City Park, Grant Park, Cully, Concordia, and Alameda neighborhoods, has central access to Portland’s Interstates and is close to Portland International Airport.

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Beaumont Wilshire Neighborhood Real Estate and Walkability Score

With its strong sense of community, Beaumont-Wilshire boasts well-kept homes in a variety of styles, from craftsman and ranch to bungalow and Cape Cod. First developed in 1910, the neighborhood has wide roads and larger yards than you typically find in Portland. Plus, thanks to its location on the Alameda Ridge, some homes have incredible views of the city.


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Date Night: Eat & Drink

The dining options in Beaumont-Wilshire are eclectic and delicious! From pubs to cafés to stylish restaurants, there’s something for everyone in a walkable distance.

Beaumont-Wilshire is a close-knit neighborhood despite its urban feel. Great schools and fun events create a strong sense of community.

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Neighborhood Events

Multiple annual events contribute to the neighborhood’s fun, friendly feel. Every August, Fremont Fest provides visitors with live music, art, and a parade. Holiday Fest in December includes music, snacks, and Santa! The Fremont Fun Run is in June and October has Fright Night.

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Shopping & Businesses

Whether gifts or groceries, Beaumont-Wiltshire has many fun and practical options.

Parks & Green Spaces

Wilshire Park – About a mile (1.6 km) from Beaumont Village, Wilshire Park is a 14-acre (6 ha) green space with an accessible picnic area. Other amenities include an off-leash area for dogs, horseshoe pits, playground, soccer and softball fields and a volleyball court.

  • Fernhill Park – Horseshoe Pit, Nature Patch, Picnic Table, Playground, Dog Off-leash Area, Paths (Paved), Track, Baseball Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Splash Pad, Volleyball Court
  • Grant Park – Accessible Play Area, Accessible Restroom, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Table, Playground, Statue or Public Art, Dog Off-leash Area, Paths (Paved), Paths (Unpaved), Track, Baseball Field, Soccer Field, Softball Field, Synthetic Turf, Fountain (Interactive), Basketball Court, Tennis Court (Lighted)

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Things to Do & See in Beaumont-Wilshire

Historic theaters and galleries provide ample entertainment. Then, fuel up at one of the many unique restaurants, cafes, or pubs in the area.

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Nearby Neighborhoods

Concordia

Concordia

Northeast Portland’s Concordia neighborhood has beautiful, historic homes with plenty of original character. Close to bustling Alberta Street, Concordia has fantastic dining and shopping options. It’s a great choice for those who value living in a walkable neighborhood.

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Kenton

Kenton

The Kenton neighborhood in North Portland is bordered by Arbor Lodge, St. Johns, and Piedmont neighborhoods. Kenton is also close to other areas via the Max light rail, which is located on nearby Interstate Avenue.

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Mississippi

Mississippi

Trendy North Mississippi Avenue is in the Boise-Eliot neighborhood. Bordered by the Overlook, Humboldt, King, and Eliot neighborhoods, North Mississippi is centrally located for convenient commuting to Vancouver or downtown Portland.

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Woodlawn

Woodlawn

This cozy community in Northeast Portland is home to gorgeous homes and tree-lined streets. It’s close to major highways so it’s easy to access Vancouver and inner Portland. With restaurants, parks, and a seasonal farmers market, Woodlawn is a beautiful neighborhood to call home.

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History of the Neighborhood

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.

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.