Marshall Park is located just south of Interstate 5 about 5 to 10 minutes south of downtown Portland. It's bordered by the Englewood on the south, Collins View and Carson Heights to the East, Markham to the west and South Burlingame to the north. Multnomah, Maplewood, and Hillsdale are all just north of Marshall Park.
Marshall Park is been noted as one of Portland's most popular communities and was rated #1 as the best neighborhood to raise a family in the Portland area. With excellent schools, affordable housing, low crime, excellent entertainment and diversity, Marshall Park, home to just under 5000 residents, has been considered one of the best places to live in the state.
This Southwest Portland Oregon neighborhood gets its name from the adjacent Marshall Park, donated to the city of Portland in 1948. In addition to residential homes, Marshall Park is also a great place to play, hike, attend sports, and relax. The park is wooded with a few trails, Boardwalk bridges, and playground equipment. The park itself is located at SW. 18th Pl. and features about 26 acres in the middle of the 400 foot wide Canyon.
90% of residents in Marshall Park are homeowners with the median home value is about $400,000. The median rent is currently about $1600 per month as of 2019. Home prices range from about $220,000 to $1.3 million and there are a variety of starter homes, luxury homes, high-end properties, and single-family homes all surrounding the center Marshall Park. Shops, restaurants, markets, and more are all about 5 to 10 minutes from most homes in Marshall Park.
With an active homeowner association, Marshall Park residents enjoy social events such as the National Night Out, neighborhood block parties, playground construction, picnics, and more.
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