Woodstock Real Estate

Neighborhood Overview

This cozy Southeast Portland neighborhood is known for its charming, relaxed central business district, lovely homes and congenial atmosphere. Woodstock is bordered by the stately Eastmoreland neighborhood, and although it shares many traits with its genteel neighbor to the East, housing prices in Woodstock remain relatively modest.

Home to a diverse mix of locally owned shops, cafes and restaurants, Woodstock is a fun, interesting and family friendly place to live.

Parks & Recreation

Woodstock Park is situated at the corner of Southeast 47th Avenue and Steel Street, and includes 14 acres of gently rolling lawns under gorgeous old-growth trees, picnic areas, ball courts, playing fields, a children’s playground, off-leash area for dogs, horseshoe pits and public art. The open Reed College Campus and Eastmoreland Golf Course are also popular nearby places to enjoy a stroll or take in some of the local flora and fauna.  Friends and families gather at the Woodstock Community Center for classes and activities such as readings by local authors.

Real Estate

Modest Bungalows and Cottages line the quiet streets of the Woodstock neighborhood along with Craftsman, Arts and Crafts, split-level and other post-war designs.

Zip Codes

The Woodstock neighborhood uses the 97206 ZIP code.