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About Grant Park

Just a little ways off Broadway- right in the middle of the city- with tree lined streets that surround a beautiful Park- It is bordered by Irvington, Alameda, Rose City, Hollywood, Sullivan's Gulch, Laurelhurst, and Beaumont-Wilshire- it's right in the middle of all the best neighborhoods- and it's quick and easy to get into downtown- just take the Broadway Bridge.

There are a lot of really cool historic homes here- all kinds- English, Craftsman, Four Square, Old PDX, Cape Cod, Cottage, and Bungalows- the sizes go from Huge to small 2 bedroom- but they all have character- and the streets are well kept. .

You can walk to everything- restaurants, cafes, shops, not too far from the MAX, close to the Hollywood branch of the library, parks.. Everything is close by! There is also a huge heated community swimming pool- tennis courts, a playground and a dog park area. You can walk up the hill through Alameda to Alameda Ridge and look back towards the city and gorgeous views, walk along Knott St in the fall on the tree lined street filled with breathtaking reds, golds and yellows and piles of fluffy leaves you can run through or jump into, or takes walks in the springtime as the cherry blossoms fall like snowflakes and cover the ground- turning the sidewalks pink and white. It's a family neighborhood, with a community feel and neighborhood spirit- and good schools- a place you can really grow roots!

Besides the park, people love walking through the hills behind 35th and Siskiyou for breathtaking views, and going up the little hidden hillside stairwells that take you to the top of Alameda Ridge. The trees on Knott Street between 33rd and 42nd Avenues are famous for their gorgeous flowers in spring and the colorful maples in fall. 

Grade Schools:Hollyrood | Alameda and Laurelhurst - are all really good schools.

School Report Card

School District neighborhood map If you put in your address, it will bring up which schools this house belongs to. Then you can check the school report card above to see how good the schools are and how they compare to other schools in Portland

Grant Park Grant Park has lots of big beautiful trees, a playground, and a dog park area.  It also adjoins Grant High School, so it has lighted tennis courts, swimming pool, a track, and lots of playground equipment for kids. See more information about Grant Park- where it is and what it is like by clicking on link

Grant Pool There is a community swimming pool! Find out more about it

Neighborhood page Gives you the flavor of the neighborhood

See lots more about the housing market statistics at trulia.com

   

 Street map of the Grant Park neighborhood      Official neighborhood map of Grant Park

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