Ladd's Addition Homes & Real Estate
Back in the late 19th Century, Portland Mayor William S. Ladd acquired this land in what was at the time a far out suburb of Portland. Ladd's Addition is instantly recognizable on a map by the 45 degree angle the streets take from the normal Portland street grid. Ladd created the neighborhood with that unique street grid because he centered it around the streetcar so residents could commute into downtown easily. The whole neighborhood has been preserved on that grid and looks much the same as it did back then, only with rose gardens in the circles. The homes are large and historic, and the neighborhood around it is very walkable with plenty of local shops, restaurants and watering holes.
Below you'll find all the available homes for sale in Ladd's Addition today, sorted by the newest home listings first. If you see any Ladd's Addition properties you'd be interested in touring, or if you have any questions about living in Ladd's Addition please don't hesitate to contact a Realty Portland expert today.