Alberta Arts Real Estate – Homes For Sale
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The Selliken Group just listed this extraordinary home in the Alberta Arts neighborhood. This warm, inviting craftsman was built in 2008, and is a perfect home for entertaining year round.
A circular floor-plan provides fantastic flow to main level living spaces. The heart of the home is it’s gourmet kitchen which opens to a living room that perfectily balances the overall space.
The gourmet kitchen boasts Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf gas range, and Fischer & Paykel dishwasher. The formal dining room just, off the kitchen, is the perfect space for intimate dinner parties.
The home has excellent outdoor living spaces which include a covered front porch, private backyard with raised beds and patios, and a spectacular rooftop deck that has a three mountain view.
To view the home please call Alicia Selliken, Oregon Broker 971-570-4403 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick Specs on the home:
Year Built: 2008
Total Square Feet: 2,884
Garage: 1 Car
Other Features: Rooftop Deck
Portland’s Alberta Arts neighborhood is known for its modest one and two story houses. Interest in Alberta Arts District real estate has seen a huge increase over the last three or four years. Home prices have gone up significantly as the neighborhood has become a hotbed for small business, arts and culture. Small to mid-sized Craftsman style Bungalows and Cottages are common. Properties in the Alberta neighborhood are known for their creative landscaping, beautiful gardens and funky yard art.
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The Alberta Arts District is a residential dining, shopping and arts neighborhood centered on and around Northeast Alberta Street in Portland, OR. On the last Thursday of every month, a street fair is held in which neighborhood artists and businesses display and sell their unique local products. The neighborhood is known for its fiercely independent vibe, look and sensibility. Street performers and food carts are staples of this uniquely Portland event. Another event you don’t want to miss is the annual Alberta Art Hop, a community-led celebration of neighborhood art and artists.
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Alberta District Food
There are a slew of good eateries to choose from along Alberta Street, with new ones opening on a seemingly weekly basis. One Alberta staple is Thai Noon (2635 NE Alberta St.) which offers an affordable and healthy menu of authentic (and organic) Thai food. Another great Thai spot, with a bit more adventurous menu and unconventional menu is Siam Society (2703 NE Alberta), cleverly located in a former electrical station. For Mexican, a favorite is La Sirenita (2817 NE Alberta St). This dive-y little taqueria is serving up huge burritos to the scruffy local bohemians every day from 10am-10pm. For breakfast or brunch, look no further than the hugely popular Tin Shed Garden Cafe (1438 NE Alberta), featuring their near-legendary potato cakes.
Alberta Arts District “Fun”
There is no shortage of bars, galleries and cafés in the Alberta Arts District. If libations are what you’re after, stop into any number of Alberta St. bars, taverns or pubs. For the rock-and-roll-dive savvy, enter the unassuming enclave of The Know (2927 NE Alberta), where you are likely feel at home amongst the humble cheap-beer-swilling hipsters. If local beer is your thing, slip into Mash Tun Brew Pub (2204 NE Alberta St), where they are making some exceptional Portland microbrews.
Many Alberta bars serve up live music along with their drinks. The Alberta Public House (1036 NE Alberta) features acoustic and world music just about every night of the week. The aforementioned The Know, offers live rock music, free of charge, most every Friday and Saturday night (just be sure to get there early, as the music must stop by 10pm). The Nest (1801 NE Alberta St.) also has rock bands every Wednesday from 8-10.
Alberta Arts District “Shopping”
Alberta is riddled with boutique shops and galleries and there really is something for everyone. It’s easy to drop a chunk of your paycheck at Everyday Wines (1520 NE Alberta St.), where they offer a great selection of local and international wines, as well as expert advice on things like regional characteristics, vintages and food pairings. And if you want your kid to stand out on the playground, look no further than Grasshopper (1908 NE Alberta) where they specialize in high-end children’s apparel. All you want-to-be cowgirls out there must check out Tumbleweed (1804 NE Alberta), where they make dresses specifically designed to compliment cowboy boots.
Alberta Arts District Schools
The Alberta neighborhood is home to a number of schools: Vernon Elementary School, Faubion Elementary School, Tubman Middle School and Jefferson High School.
History of the Alberta Arts District
Alberta Street’s history begins in 1872, when the town of Albina was plotted by Edwin Russell and William W. Page. It has been speculated that the name Alberta might have been suggested by Page’s wife, who was Canadian, as either a tribute to England’s Princess Alberta or the Canadian province named after her. Alberta Street officially became a part of Portland when, in 1891, Albina was consolidated into the city. Like any street, Alberta’s history has been shaped and influenced by the people who’ve lived and worked in the neighborhood.
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