Eastmoreland in PDX’s Southeast district is a popular choice for new families or anyone else who wants to experience the funky vibe that has made Portland real estate listings so popular across the nation.
Eastmoreland is the home of Reed College. Founded in 1908, the stately buildings and broad green lawns of this college provide an urban oasis of lush green space for Eastmoreland residents.
Eastmoreland Offers Classic Portland Homes
Originally planned and developed in the early-Twentieth century, Eastmoreland is a tree-filled neighborhood in Southeast Portland known for its quiet, leafy streets and a variety of architectural styles.
The neighborhood was originally planned and developed with the intent of providing a variety of home styles at range of price points. As a result, these classic, high-quality Portland-style homes make the neighborhood extremely desirable for contemporary buyers.
Parks Close to Eastmoreland
The beautiful homes in Eastmoreland are surrounded by trees, lush landscaping and greenery. Public green space in Eastmoreland includes Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden (first established in 1950) and Eastmoreland Golf Course, which dates back to 1916.
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
Tucked between Reed College and the Eastmoreland Golf Course, Crystal Springs was founded in 1950 as a rhododendron test garden. Today, the park boasts more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas and other plants spread across 9.5 acres.
Westmoreland Nature Park
Located on the western edge of Eastmoreland, Westmoreland Nature Park he is intended to encourage children to engage with nature in unstructured play.
Kids can climb on logs and boulders, play in sand and water and build with branches and other natural materials.
Mt. Tabor Park
Located a short drive by car to the northeast of Eastmoreland, Mt. Tabor is an extinct volcano offering commanding views of Portland. Douglas fir groves and sword ferns make for a spectacular afternoon outing of hiking, mountain biking or just taking a walk.
Schools Serving Eastmoreland
Eastmoreland is server by Portland Public Schools, the largest school district in the state of Oregon. More than 49,000 students (80% of Portland’s school-age children) attend PPS schools. Portland schools are ranked here.
Commuting from Eastmoreland
To travel between Eastmoreland and downtown, residents and visitors cross over the Willamette River. SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (aka Highway 99) provides easy north-south access to the neighborhood.
Eastmoreland enjoys a zippy light rail connection to downtown, thanks to two rail stations on the western edge of the neighborhood.
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