Eastmoreland

 

 

Eastmoreland was part of the real estate holdings of the Ladd Estate Company. Eastmoreland got it's name from Julius Caesar Moreland, a successful developer and a county judge.

 

Mature, tree lined streets pave the way to what is Eastmoreland.  Sprawling homes set back from the street with expansive lawns and beautiful gardens define Eastmoreland.  Eastmoreland is home to Reed College, Crystal Spring Rhododendron Garden, Eastmoreland Golf Course and Berkeley Park.  The majority of the homes were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s and feature Tudor, Colonial, Stucco and English Cottage architectural styles. Popular Eastmoreland neighborhood events include a Fourth of July celebration, Neighborhood Garage Sale and the Duniway Holiday Home Tour, the first weekend in December.

 

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