Buying a home in Irvington,one of Portland's closest and most fun neighborhoods to live in is a smart decision. It is a fantastic location for commuting and for access to many other Portland neighborhoods.
Transportation is abundant with The MAX close to Lloyds Center, TriMet bus service and several exits off I-84 and I-5.
On the East and West of Irvington are two large parks. The Northern end is mostly residential but is peppered with many upscale shops.
The Matt Dishman Community Park and Pool is one of the best community centers in all of Portland and includes an indoor basketball court, party rooms, art displays and a community center.
Several Grand Dame old homes that are registered on the National Register of Historic Places
Irvington Club for tennis is an exclusive club and found here, and, likes it's many historic homes, adds to the sense of history found in Irvington
Although Irvington, like many older neighborhoods, has had economic highs and lows, overall, the historic charm and unique homes with fine character and craftsmanship create a neighborhood that is warm, inviting and easy to love.
Buying a home in Irvington will give you a great place to live.