Hillside is located in the Portland West Hills and is bordered by the Northwest and Arlington Heights neighborhoods. This community features winding streets with beautiful landscape and views for every resident to enjoy.
Many of the homes in this neighborhood have striking views of the mountains, city and the Willamette River. Home styles vary between English Tudor, Queen Ann Victorian, Colonial and Foursquare. The Hillside Community Center was designed in the mid-1940s by the extinguished architect Pietro Bellusch and is anchored in the center of the neighborhood. The center provides residents with a children’s playground, meeting spaces, soccer field, tennis court, and an indoor gymnasium with a basketball court and rock-climbing wall.
The popular Nob Hill neighborhood is located conveniently down the hill, providing Hillside residents with retail shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. Neighbors can also walk or bike into downtown for more urban amenities. Living in Hillside means that you are also neighbors with major Portland attractions such as the Oregon Zoo, Japanese Gardens, Portland Rose Gardens and the World Forestry Center.
Hillside Park is located at the heart of the neighborhood and home to the Hillside Community Center. To the west, residents can enjoy the panoramic views from Pittock Mansion Acres. Other nearby parks include Washington Park and Forest Park, offering visitors over 5000 acres of lush green woodland and 70 miles of recreational trails that are dog friendly.