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1640 SE 162nd Ave, Portland, OR 97233
Call for Rent | 1 - 3 Beds

(971) 334-7114

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620-646 SE 174th Ave, Portland, OR 97233
$800 | Studio
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646-664 SE 148th Ave, Portland, OR 97233
$1,350 | 3 Beds
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15500-15516 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97236
$800 - $825 | 1 Bed
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17310 SE Naegeli Dr, Portland, OR 97236
$995 | 2 Beds
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Centennial Neighborhood in Portland, OR

Gresham – Rockwood Neighborhood

Commercial and residential properties in Gresham – Rockwood include apartment rentals. Schools and shopping are nearby. The Oregon Flea Market, a location for second-hand bargains and antiques, makes its home in the neighborhood.

By automobile or the Tri-Met public transportation system, Gresham – Rockwood is close to Portland, the Portland International Airport, and the Amtrak Union Station.

The neighborhood is near the attractions and tourist destinations of Portland. Gresham – Rockwood residents and visitors are close to outdoor activities.

Anglers fishing the 106-acre Fairview Lake know that it is periodically stocked with fish, including catfish and trout. Well-maintained lakefront homes dominate the landscape.

Blue Lake is a 64-acre natural lake fed by springs and stocked with trout for the anglers. Boating and swimming are additional water activities at the lake. The Blue Lake Regional Park provides a dramatic natural setting for picnics. There are paths shared by walkers and bicyclists, and a platform for nature lovers to view wildlife. The park activities include basketball, archery, volleyball, and horseshoes.

Interlachen Lane is a sandstone ridge and a community of homes dividing Fairview Lake and Blue Lake. The lane has a bike path headed towards Blue Lake. Bicyclists may stop at the small town of Troutdale for coffee or a meal before heading north to Blue Lake and Blue Lake Regional Park.

The Blue Lake Triathlon began in 1983 by the Portland Triathlon Association and a local sporting goods store in Portland. Over the years, the competition has grown to a sprint distance triathlon, a sprint and Olympic distance dual event, and a Tri-It for beginners. The two-day event is a must for the opening of the triathlon season. The fun-filled weekend includes a sports expo and a chance to watch the competition showing individuals and triathlon clubs from the Northwest.

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