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Laurelhurst is one of Portland's oldest and most sophisticated neighborhoods west of the Willamette River. Established in 1909, this neighborhood is full of vintage homes, Victorian designs, estates, and luxury properties. It's located just south of Interstate 84 between Hollywood, Sullivans Gulch, Kerns, North Taber, and the Sunnyside neighborhood. It stretches from SE. Stark St. N. to the freeway, and from NE. 44th Ave. to NE. 32nd Ave. In the center is a roundabout stretching out in four different directions with Laurelhurst Park being one of the largest landmarks in the lower Southwest quadrant of the community.
The Laurelhurst neighborhood features undulating streets surrounding Laurelhurst Park. Stone markers flank the entrances to the area and at the center of the neighborhood, is the roundabout or Coe Circle, which contains a gilded equestrian statue of Joan of arc, a World War I Memorial. This historical district was officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2019.
Laurelhurst is one of Portland's most popular neighborhoods because of its older, vintage style architecture, its convenient location to downtown, and with its many amenities and services as well as restaurants, shops, and markets.
Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association
For decades, the Laurelhurst neighborhood has had its own neighborhood association. Laurelhurst represents a wide variety of designs and home structures from stately mansions to more modest accommodations. There are about 1000 homes in the Laurelhurst neighborhood and certain blocks, when originally designed, were expressly set aside for small bungalows. Specific parts of Laurelhurst land was set aside originally for residential housing and a neighborhood school, which would eventually become Laurelhurst elementary. The unique statue in the center of town is one of eight copies in the world with four in France, one in Melbourne Australia, one in Philadelphia, and the youngest one dedicated in 1972 in New Orleans.
Laurelhurst boasts its own walking tour covering the history of the neighborhoods, homes, and landmarks, and the other covering Laurelhurst Park in one of the South quadrants and a few of the surrounding homes and places of interest.
Laurelhurst is still part of the Portland public school district and residents attend Laurelhurst elementary, Laurelhurst middle school, and Grant high school. The Gately Academy is also within the Laurelhurst community as is the Sunnyside Environmental School, Pacific Crest community school, and All Saints school. The Grant High school receives excellent reviews and ratings from students and parents alike.
Laurelhurst Real Estate
You'll find a variety of homes and prices in Laurelhurst but primarily the average home price is about $900,000 with historical homes, craftsmen, bungalows, Victorian designs, and just a few modern architectural homes interspersed throughout the neighborhoods. Most of these modern or contemporary homes have been built over older, more derelict homes that have been torn down. There are no homeowner association fees with just about any home in Laurelhurst and you'll find properties built from the early 1900s up to today. Lots are between 4000 ft.² and 9000 ft.² and most homeowners within a one or two-block radius tend to know each other and create a more tight-knit community.
Residents are no more than 5 to 10 minutes from downtown Portland, major freeways, easy access points, and commute routes.
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