Known for its tree-lined streets, well-manicured lots and charming home architecture, Eastmoreland prominently features a plethora of stately homes that pay homage to the Colonial Revival, Tudor-style and English Cottage styles of architecture.
Today the neighborhood is well established and stable, and homes in this area are rarely available for purchase. There are only 1,500 lots in the neighborhood, and only a few remain empty.
Eastmoreland is a primarily residential neighborhood located in inner Southeast Portland, and is a popular choice among buyers with families and pets. The neighborhood is home to several public parks including the 6.45 acre Berekley Park and the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, as well as the Chandler Egan-designed Eastmoreland Golf Course. It is a golf enthusiast’s dream, as it is also nearby the exclusive and historic Waverly Country Club, located less than five minutes south of Eastmoreland. In addition, for joggers, cyclists and dog walkers, the Springwater Corridor links Eastmoreland to several major parks in Portland and is a popular biking and running trail. It is easily accessible by the MAX light rail line, and is approximately a 30 minute commute to downtown Portland.
With a population of about 5,000, the community has an excellent K-12 education. Home to Reed College, there is a particular richness in cultural activities including the Chamber Music Northwest Festival and and endless stream of guest speakers and artists visiting the college.
Eastmoreland is just east of the nearby and trendy Sellwood-Moreland neighborhoods that offer breweries, restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, hardware stores and high-quality grocery stores. These neighborhoods are walkable and offer a popular farmer’s market, art fairs and kid-friendly attractions, including Oaks Amusement Park.
In 2016, the average media home price in Eastmoreland was $664,979