Irvington homes for sale

Irvington is a close-in Portland neighborhood located in Northeast Portland Oregon in the 97212 zipcode just north of The Lloyd Center mall.  It is bordered by the Sabin, Alameda, Elliot, Grant Park. and Sullivan’s Gulch. The homes for sale in Irvington neighborhood includes many higher priced luxury homes including Dutch Colonials, English Tudors, Mansion like Bungalows and epic Craftsman style homes with over 5000 square feet to stretch your legs in.

IRVINGTON REAL ESTATE


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$769,000
1620 NE BROADWAY ST 614
Beds:3 Baths:2.0
SqFt:1631 YrBlt:2005
$1,275,000
2043 NE TILLAMOOK ST
Beds:5 Baths:4.1
SqFt:6866 YrBlt:1911
$929,000
2917 NE 9TH AVE
Beds:5 Baths:3.1
SqFt:3830 YrBlt:1911
$915,000
3024 NE 23RD AVE
Beds:3 Baths:3.1
SqFt:3676 YrBlt:1928
$850,000
2945 NE 25TH AVE
Beds:5 Baths:2.1
SqFt:3645 YrBlt:1913
$849,112
2011 NE SISKIYOU ST
Beds:3 Baths:1.1
SqFt:3556 YrBlt:1913
$739,000
2721 NE 21ST AVE
Beds:3 Baths:2.1
SqFt:3150 YrBlt:1934
$719,900
2327 NE 8TH AVE
Beds:3 Baths:2.1
SqFt:3152 YrBlt:1910
$699,000
2209 NE KLICKITAT ST
Beds:4 Baths:1.1
SqFt:3394 YrBlt:1927
$649,900
1730 NE BRAZEE ST
Beds:3 Baths:1.1
SqFt:2984 YrBlt:1922

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Irvington is local to The Tri-met, the I-5 freeway and you can drive just over the Broadway bridge to get to downtown Portland or the Pearl District.  The Irvington neighborhood is named for Capt. William Irving, a steamboat captain from Scotland. The Irvington Addition was platted in 1887 and underwent its initial development in the 1890s. The addition was planned as a self-contained middle to upper class residential district in which commercial activity was to be prohibited, so as to maintain property values. Brief fact of the street Shaver crossing through Irvington: Shaver – named after George Washington Shaver,  George Shaver, like William Irving, was a leading figure in river transportation. Shaver’s son, George McClellan Shaver, carried on the steamboating tradition. The Shaver Transportation Company is still in the active tugboat business in Portland.

Interested in the Irvington neighborhood Association?
There is Irving Park with fields for basketball, baseball and Ultimate Frisbee and tennis courts too. Let’s not forget Irvington Elementary school and the organic and health conscious Whole Foods market on Fremont. A few tasty walking distance restaurants are Pastini Pastaria, Chez Jose, Yuki Japanese Restaurant, Helen Bernhard’s bakery, The Blue Nile and Irvington Corner Table.

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