Woodstock is east of Westmoreland- on the other side of SE 39 th . It is has cute little town center with cafes, shops and eateries. It's official boundaries are SE39 th to the west, SE 60 th to the east (although I would say it should only go to about SE 52nd- it changes drastically around that area),SE Holgate to the north and SE Claybourne and SE Henry to the South- with a long narrow section extending all the way to Johnson Creek. It is right above Reed College area- in fact Reed is just 2 blocks away from the NW corner of Woodstock- which means a lot of the students live in Woodstock .Eastmoreland is way too expensive! But Woodstock borders right along Eastmoreland all the way to the south end of Portland , The farther west you go, the better the houses and neighborhoods are. As you head out towards the SE, the houses become smaller and the neighborhoods become a little bit more run down. It is changing, though, and someday the whole area will be all fixed up.
Woodstock is pretty liberal and independent- and is trying to keep Starbucks and McDonalds out- so there can be a more independent business atmosphere- so the little town is more trendy- without chain stores or restaurants. It's a cute little town. They are doing alot to keep the community b and stable. Click here to see info about the Woodstock Uplift
It was first platted in 1889-so it is one of the older sections of Portland- and there are a lot of cool turn of the century homes that have been restored.
Woodstock neighborhood association
Here are the Local Schools