Just 16 minutes southeast of downtown Portland, wide, elm-lined streets, quietude, and expansive lot sizes characterize the upscale Portland neighborhood of Eastmoreland.
Named for Julius Caesar Moreland, a successful real estate developer and prominent county judge, Eastermoreland neighborhood homes display a wide range of architectural styles from the 20s and 30s and include sprawling Tudor, Colonial, stone, and stucco designs, typically set back from the street, on large well-manicured lawns with finely tended gardens.
Ranked among the nation’s top 75 public courses, by Golf Digest, the nearby 18-hole, 140–acre Eastmoreland Golf Course designed by former national amateur golf champion, Chandler Egan, beckons active residents, as do the 90 acres of parks and open spaces here.
Eastmoreland is home to Portland’s nearly 10-acre Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens, drawing visitors each spring to its lush landscape and top-ranked liberal arts standout, Reed College, which has produced 31 Rhodes scholars.
A much sought-after, traditionally affluent neighborhood with a decidedly east coast feel, Eastmoreland neighbors are actively involved in community and family life.
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