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Irvington Portland, OR
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More on Portland's Irvington Neighborhood
Irvington is a luxury neighborhood in downtown Portland Oregon located on the east side of the Willamette River. This rectangular bordered area extends east to west from NE. 7th Ave. to NE. 26th Ave. and north to south from NE. Fremont St. to NE. Broadway St. It borders the neighborhoods of King, Alameda, and Sabin as well as Grant Park, Sullivans Gulch, Lloyd District, and Elliott. Parts of Sabin and Alameda extend into the northeastern part of Irvington creating a couple of areas of overlap.
This neighborhood is distinguished by a number of large stately homes, larger lots, and high-end properties. Originally platted back in 1887, Irvington got its initial development in the 1890s with the help of Ellis Hughes and the Irvington investment company. It was a self-contained middle to upper-class residential community that prohibited any commercial or industrial activity to maintain higher property values. As normal growth and development occurred, competition from Rose City Park and Laurelhurst developments began to take place but, Irvington has maintained its residential status and has several homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Irvington Neighborhood
The Irvington neighborhood makes a great place for commuting to work and getting to many other Portland neighborhoods. There are several freeway ramps located near Irvington, such as those to get to Interstate 84 in Interstate 5. The Tri-Met bus line and MAX light rail is just blocks away from Irvington's southernmost boundary at the Lloyd Center Mall. The Pearl District, Alberta, West Hills, and other historical neighborhoods are no more than about 10 minutes away.
Because the Irvington neighborhood was developed in the late 1800s and early 1900s, you'll find many historical and Victorian-style homes. However, each home is unique and all offer something a little different with larger, ancient trees, mature landscaping, and white picket fences, the pitted me of the American dream. You'll find tree-lined streets, a simpler way of life, and quaint neighborhoods. Most homes were considered upper-middle-class when they were constructed.
The exclusive Irvington Club founded in 1898 was dedicated to residents of Irvington and is still run today. This tennis club features four indoor regulation courts and two outdoor courts. It also features a larger swimming pool, weight room, ballroom, and conference and meeting rooms. Residents of Irvington can join the tennis club membership, Junior membership, or swim membership.
Like most neighborhoods that have been around for at least a century, Irvington has suffered certain slumps over the years. Older homes fell into disrepair and have been demolished and replaced with more modern, mid century designs or even a few commercial buildings. However, Irvington still offers the historic charm and unique design that characterizes this beautiful community.
Residents of Irvington are part of the Portland Public School System and are assigned to either the Irvington or the Alameda elementary school, the Beverly Cleary or Harriet Tubman middle school, and the Grant high school.
Irvington Homes & Real Estate
This classic American neighborhood offers gorgeous older homes, manicured lawns, and mature trees. The tree-lined streets with wide sidewalks make for easy walking and enjoying your neighbors. From homes for sale as well as rentals, this prestigious Portland neighborhood provides a variety of housing options.
Homes in the Irvington neighborhood typically start at about $350,000 up to $3 million. Larger lots, expansive homes, and multifamily properties are all available. While there are not too many commercial amenities right in the neighborhood, Irvington is completely surrounded by shops, restaurants, markets, and the Lloyd Center Mall is no more than about five or six blocks away.
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