A National Register Historic District, Irvington’s early 20th century architecture, (with more than 2,800 substantial Craftsman, Colonial Revival, Prairie Style, and Bungalow on leafy, old growth, tree-lined streets) as well as its tranquil feel, make this one of Portland’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Close in, but with a feeling of quiet privacy unequaled in an urban setting, the Irvington neighborhood is bordered by the Lloyd District (to its south), Alameda (north) and two parks, Grant and Irving (to the east and west). Convenient to shopping at Lloyd Center Mall or at one of the many nearby locally-owned shops on Broadway or Fremont, residents can enjoy taking a morning stroll to a neighborhood hub like Costello’s Travel Café or Peet’s and exploring a delectable array of dining experiences at places like Franks’ Noodle House, The Cadillac Café, Milo’s City Café, Blue Nile Café and more.
Nearby I-84, I-405 and I-5 freeways and Tri Met’s MAX light rail and bus lines service the area, making an easy commute to just about anywhere in the Portland metro area.Irvington Park’s 16 acres feature wide-open spaces, tall trees, ball fields, a water feature and playground, and an off-leash dog area.
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