The Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood is located in Southeast Portland, and is arguably one of the fastest growing and developing areas of the Southeast corridor. The Sellwood-Moreland community’s interest is credited to the good schools, walkability, trendy businesses and eateries, and diverse population.
Nestled on the east side of the Willamette River, this picturesque neighborhood has a strong sense of community identity and charm. It is bordered by Eastmoreland and the historic Milwaukie neighborhoods, and it is filled with a series of charming boutiques, unique shops and high-end markets making this area attractive to those seeking a well-balanced neighborhood. Because of the unique shopping and press-worthy dining scene, this neighborhood has become a destination for chefs and investors. Among the area’s favorite and most successful restaurants include Papa Hayden, one of the best dessert establishments in the city, and Grand Central Bakery, famous for its old-style crusty loaves of bread.
Real estate options in this neighborhood are truly mixed, as the area is one of the oldest in the Portland, dating back to the 1800s. These homes are actively pursued because this neighborhood is known for the beautiful craftsman and Victorian homes, and within recent years has seen an increasing number of newly designed homes featuring modern layouts, design and architecture.
In 2016, the average median home price in the Sellwood-Moreland District was: $450,000