| less than one acre|
John Parks Almand
| 300 N. Main St., Portland, Arkansas|Portland United Methodist Church Wikipedia
The Portland United Methodist Church is a historic church building at 300 N. Main St. in Portland, Arkansas The Craftsman style two story T-shaped building was built in 1924to a design by architect John Parks Almand. The building is faced in brick laid in a running bond pattern. The roof is ceramic tile, with broad overhanging eaves supported by distinctive triangular knee braces. The building is the largest and most prominent building in Portland's small downtown area.
The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.