Homes for Sale in Irvington
Search all Historic Irvington homes for sale and real estate listings. Irvington is a neighborhood located in Northeast Portland. For more information about homes for sale in Irvington or to schedule a private showing of a property displayed below, contact our expert Irvington real estate agents today.
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Irvington Real Estate Listings
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Irvington Neighborhood Info
King, Sabin, and Alameda border Northeast Portland's Irvington Neighborhood to the north; Alameda and Grant Park to the east; Sullivan's Gulch and the Lloyd District to the south; and Eliot to the west. Irvington is a square-shaped neighborhood between NE 7th Ave and NE 26th Ave and between NE Broadway St and NE Fremont St from south to north.
Irvington neighborhood is known for its large mansions built on big lots in the late 1800s. Irvington was platted in 1887 and immediately attracted wealthy Portlanders. In the early 1900s, larger Craftsman and Colonial Revival style homes came on the scene. The neighborhood was exclusive are its early years and community rules dictated the sizes of homes (large). At the break of The Great War (World War I), new homes' construction slowed considerably.
Today, a passerby will catch glimpses of beautiful older homes, many built in the early days of the neighborhood in the late 1800s. What's more, the district is dotted with Bungalows and Modern/Contemporary condos on quiet, tree-lined streets.
Irvington was designated a historic district in 2010 and added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is the largest historic district in Oregon. Eighty-five percent of the 2,800 properties here retain their original appearance and are, in this way, considered "contributing" to the community's historic nature.
The neighborhood has a lovely park on the northwestern tip called Irvington City Park. Many shops and restaurants are found on NE Fremont St and NE Broadway.
Each property listing above includes details about the price, year built, size of the home and the lot (square feet), number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, and other vital details. You’ll also be able to check the number of days it has been on the market (DOM), the MLS number, and the listing status (active, pending, or bumpable).
Review exterior features like swimming pools, yards, fences, and landscaping. Listings will also specify the architectural style of the house and if there are any views. Interior features like heating and cooling systems will be itemized. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted.
When available, local information will be included along with Irvington schools, nearby amenities, and a map.
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