The Frank Estate is nestled in the desirable neighborhood of Raleigh Hills, and just like every Portland neighborhood, it has its very own flavor. Raleigh Hills is highly accessible to downtown Portland, with several different available routes to get there, including Highway 26 and Highway 217, connecting to the I-5 corridor. Grocery stores, such as Lamb's Thriftway, are within walking distance of our community and The Frank Estate is surrounded by several parks and walking paths, like the popular Fanno Creek trail. Excellent shopping is only a few miles away at Washington Square Mall. Raleigh Hills is an established neighborhood, with lots of character, tons of charm, energy and accessibility to all things Portland. Come start your next adventure here!
The Frank Estate is in the prestigious Raleigh Hills neighborhood of Portland, next door to the Portland Golf Club. It is located close to I-5, south of the 26 Freeway and east of the 217 Freeway. Lots of employers, all variety of retail, Brewpubs and countless family-friendly and fine dining restaurants are nearby.
The neighborhood has outstanding parks and great schools. The beauty of the 43-acre Council Crest Park entices many brides to choose this spot for their nuptials. The trails, off-leash dog park, vista point, and picnic area draw visitors from cross the metro area. Nearby Washington Park includes the Hoyt Arboretum, Portland’s Japanese Garden, Portland’s International Rose Garden, and the World Forestry Center. Area schools consistently rate strong to outstanding.
Close to spectacular outdoor adventures. An easy drive to the Scenic Columbia Gorge and Multnomah Falls. You can hike through Forest Park or go for a bike ride on the Springwater Corridor. Head out to Blue Lake Park where you can enjoy the beach on the lake, a splash pad, walking trails, and playgrounds. Or grab a blanket and picnic hamper and enjoy a free concert at one of Portland’s Parks.
Oregon’s rugged coastline and quaint beach towns are just 90 minutes from The Frank Estate. Where Oregon meets the Pacific Ocean, you’ll find rocky vistas, mile upon mile of public beaches, artistic enclaves, working fishing towns, family attractions, microbrews, seafood and surfing.