Brooklyn homes for sale, inner Portland Real Estate

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After inhabitants from the Clackamas People, the first white person to settle in the area of Brooklyn was in 1851 by Giddeon Tibbet and named it BrookLand with large amounts of creeks, rivers and lakes on his property. After the Oregon Central Railroad came in and brought a large number of people, it was later changed to Brooklyn. The corner of Powell Blvd and Milwaukie became the first town square.

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3111 SE 8th AVE
Beds:3 Baths:2.1
SqFt:2507 YrBlt:2014
4207 SE 11TH AVE
Beds:4 Baths:3.1
SqFt:2677 YrBlt:1911
Beds:5 Baths:3.0
SqFt:2200 YrBlt:2010
4428 SE 25TH AVE
Beds:4 Baths:3.0
SqFt:1985 YrBlt:2014
Beds:3 Baths:1.0
SqFt:2153 YrBlt:1900
4211 SE 25TH AVE
Beds:2 Baths:1.0
SqFt:1280 YrBlt:1910
Beds:3 Baths:2.0
SqFt:1465 YrBlt:1998
Now The Brooklyn neighborhood, Southeast Portland zip code 97202 is bordered east of the Willamette River, Reed, Ladd’s Addition and Sellwood neighborhood. It is mostly residential with some industrial along the Willamette River and has been a highly desirable location as of recently. During the 1960′s and 70′s it was more poverty stricken until Mayor Potter came and and helped change the dynamics for the better. The Ross Island bridge connects Southwest Portland to the Southeast.

Brooklyn neighborhood Portland, Oregon

Brooklyn neighborhood Portland, Oregon

The popular Aladdin Theater in the late 20′s used to be a Vaudeville house, then changed to a movie theater in the middle decades, then changed to a Porn institution in the 1970′s and 80′s and then became a popular Portland music venue in the 1993. It still houses many national touring acts and great local Portland live music. Local restaurants include: Yoko’s Japanese restaurant with its excellent variety of sushi,  La Carreta Cuban Cuisine, Sanborns, Paola’s, True Brew Espresso and the Twilight Cafe featuring live rock music in the evenings.  The houses for sale in Brooklyn average price range is around $350k and you can find many Bungalow’s, beautifully remodeled Old PDX style homes along with many others.


One Response to “Brooklyn homes for sale, inner Portland Real Estate”

  1. real estate firms brooklyn on April 22nd, 2009 6:19 pm

    Interesting sounding place.

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