King Real Estate
Bordered by the historic Irvington neighborhood in Southeast Portland, the King neighborhood extends North toward the Columbia River and includes a portion of the Alberta Arts district. King shares many of the same qualities that make the Alberta and Irvington neighborhoods so desirable without the high price tags associated with these areas.
The King neighborhood features many spacious, turn of the century homes situated on large lots, an active community association and a host of businesses ranging from destination eateries to locally owned boutiques and galleries.
Parks & Recreation
The famed Peninsula Park sits at the edge of the King neighborhood and offers residents a place to take in the sights and fragrances of one of Portland’s most lovely rose gardens, or enjoy an afternoon of fun at the community center and large outdoor swimming pool. There is also Alberta Park, the nearest day park featuring playing fields, ball courts, picnic areas and a wading pool.
Homes in the King neighborhood vary widely in price and condition. Most of the homes in this area are classic Portland designs in the Cottage, Portland Foursquare and Arts and Crafts styles.
The King neighborhood uses the 97211 and 97212 ZIP codes.