Eastmoreland Heights Homes For Sale
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Living in The Eastmoreland Heights Neighborhood
Eastmoreland is a highly coveted and is considered an upscale, more traditional neighborhood. Eastmoreland features sprawling homes set back from the street on expansive lawns, with beautiful gardens. A canopy of mature trees lining the streets makes this an inviting and serene area to live. Eastmoreland is full of larger classic homes built in the 1930s-1940s including many Tudor and Colonial styles of homes. The Eastmoreland neighborhood has deep ties with its neighbors, Reed College. Reed has a full schedule of lectures, concerts, and exhibits that many of the Eastmoreland residents attend.
Schools: Meriwether Lewis Elementary School, Duniway Elementary School, Puddletown Elementary School, Sellwood Middle School, Cleveland High School
Parks: Crystal Springs Rhododendren Garden, Eastmoreland Golf Course, Berkeley Park
Shopping: There aren’t many businesses in the neighborhood, save for the Eastmoreland Market & Kitchen, which has been there for decades and is a popular local spot.