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Living in The Laurelhurst Neighborhood
Laurelhurst is a pretty neighborhood of older homes and streets lined with mature trees just south of I-84 between S.E. 32nd and S.E. 44th Ave. Laurelhurst is a neighborhood of vintage homes straddling the NE and SE sections of Portland. Notable stone archways flank the entrances to the area as well another defining feature at the core of the neighborhood is a gilded statue of Joan of Arc that stands in Coe Circle.
As a community, Laurelhurst benefits from an active neighborhood committee that holds a spring cleanup and an annual garage sale that brings shoppers from all over.
On the southern edge sits the much loved gathering spot, Laurelhurst Park, which features a large duck pond, walking paths, basketball courts and meadows popular for picnics in summer. While Laurelhurst is almost completely residential, it’s close to the commercial core along S.E. Belmont and SE 28th and Burnside.
Schools: Laurelhurst Elementary, Mt. Tabor Middle School, Franklin High and Grant High
Parks: Laurelhurst Park
Shopping: Fred Meyer, Pastaworks, Safeway, Whole Foods, Zupan’s
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Living in Laurelhurst
Located in Southeast Portland, the older, regal neighborhood of Laurelhust can be found. Each entrance of Laurelhurst is welcoming with beautiful stone pillars. Conveniently located to downtown Portland, there are plenty of restaurants, shopping and entertainment to be found. Vintage homes surround the neighborhood park that carries the same name as the neighborhood, Laurelhurst Park. Laurelhurst is mostly a residential community but, to the north is Sandy Blvd that is home to a number of unique shops and places to explore.
Laurelhurst Park, one of the most popular parks in Portland with several amenities to attract visitors. Beautiful mature trees throughout the park, both paved and unpaved paths, basketball, tennis and volleyball court, playground, soccer field, horseshoe pit, picnic tables, disabled access play area, an off-leash dog area, a spring fed pond and even a historical site. Other area parks are Oregon Park, Frazer Park and Grant Park.
Public transportation in Laurelhurst is available through TriMET, take a bus or MAX light rail to your destination. If travelling by car, downtown Portland is only a quick 10 minute drive and the Portland International Airport is only about 11 minutes away by car. One of the best and most favorable forms of transportation is travelling by bike and utilizing one of the many bike routes available.
Schools in Laurelhurst
Portland Public School District serves the Laurelhurst neighborhood with some of the best schools that the district has to offer. According to Greatschools.org, Grant High School was given a rating of 9/10, Laurelhurst Elementary School received a 7/10 rating and Beverly Cleary School received a 6/10 rating. There are also a few private schools nearby, Portland International Community School for grades 9-12, Oregon Outreach for 7-12, Pacific Crest Community School for grades 6-12 and All Saints School for grades PK-8 to name a few.
Homes in Laurelhurst
Being that Laurelhurst is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Portland, there is a nice mix of stately mansion-type properties with large yards as well as more modern homes. A number of homes are original to the neighborhood that have just been updated. Laurelhurst is filled with beautiful homes of all sorts of sizes and styles, whether a cute bungalow with an amazing covered porch or a large stone and brick home. Residents of Laurelhurst not only take pride in their neighborhood and their home, the upkeep of their yards are a top priority to keep them well maintained. The streets have beautiful trees lining them to add to the ambiance of Laurelhurst. This neighborhood is really perfect for anyone the young professional, families and retirees all benefit from living in such a spectacular neighborhood.