Portland Neighborhoods


Neighborhood Overviews

A quiet and family oriented suburb, the Deering area is located within the city limits of Portland but well away from the hustle of downtown. Off the peninsula to the west of Forest Avenue and the Back Cove area, there are a variety of styles of single family homes. 
Deering has many options for real estate, from Victorians, and colonials, to quaint bungalows and capes. With a short commute.. more
Portland Maine’s Back Bay (or Back Cove) neighborhood rests along the city's tidal basin. The community is positioned just northwest of the city's peninsula. Homes and condos in the Back Cove area have a suburban feel, similar to the Deering neighborhood.
Back Cove's shore is traversed by a 3.5 mile long pathway that is great for walking the dog, jogging or a breezy seaside bike rides. The.. more
With a rich history as a working port town,Downtown Portland is always bustling with activity. It is an economic and business center, filled with some of the best boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants in New England. While Downtown Portland is a geographically small area, it features architectural styles of larger cities in the region. Downtown features open green spaces and parks as a refreshing.. more
The West End of Portland, located on the western peninsula, is known for its historical architecture. The neighborhood has a number of landmark homes, some of which were once inhabited by influential Mainer’s such as Neal Dow, the so-call father of prohibition. In 2010, it was called "one of the best preserved Victorian neighborhoods in the country". The West End is great part of the town to settle.. more
The East End neighborhood is located on Portland’s peninsula, encompassing Munjoy Hill and the Eastern Promenade. It’s a thriving tight knit community, offering a number of cozy coffee shops and restaurants that allow residents to mingle with their neighbors. It’s a wonderful area in the city to raise children, boasting its own elementary school, as well as many playgrounds, and parks. Usually.. more
Come visit Portland and experience a city filled with historic buildings, cobblestone streets, antique shops, art galleries, museums, incredible restaurants, and quaint boutiques. In walking distance from the waterfront, you can experience the beauty of what the Portland district has to offer. There are several condo developments spread across the Old Port and greater Portland area. Price for condos.. more
The Portland’s Bayside neighborhood offers a variety of residential and investment options. From single-family homes, to multi-unit buildings, and condos, Bayside’s real estate market has a diverse selection of housing options. Currently undergoing an exciting redevelopment, it’s a great place to invest. The Bayside neighborhood in Portland is very up-and-coming. There are a lot of new developments,.. more

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