Sunderland is Portland’s smallest neighborhood, with an estimated population of just a few hundred people. The median age is 37, and just over half of the households in the Sunderland neighborhood have one or more members under the age of 18.
Sunderland is located near the Portland International Airport, which gives residents access to the surrounding shopping center and other amenities, including an IKEA, Target, Chipotle, and more; as well as numerous options for lodging.
In addition Sunderland offers access points to the Columbia River, which means that for those interested in boating or fishing, living in the neighborhood presents an opportunity to enjoy a closer proximity to those activities.
Sunderland is near Piedmont, Woodlawn, Concordia, and Cully.
The Broadmoor Golf Course is located in Sunderland, just off Columbia Boulevard at 33rd Avenue. Billing itself as “Portland’s favorite golf course,” the Broadmoor enjoys a rich history in Oregon. It was built in 1931 by six sisters who turned the land for a dairy farm into the course. The course is 6,572 yards and is a par 72 course. The Broadmoor features beautiful views Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier throughout the course.
The Columbia Edgewater Golf Course is also located in Sunderland. Like the Broadmoor course, it has enjoyed a rich history in Portland as it was founded in 1925. The Columbia Edgewater Golf Course prides itself on superior quality and premium conditions for world-class golf and includes a driving range. The course is a popular spot for weddings and other formal events.
The Sunderland also includes an encampment formed several years ago for homeless people living in Portland.
Almost all errands require a car
A few nearby public transportation options
Some bike infrastructure