Westmoreland was the first of four subdivisions carved out of the Ladd Estate Company’s Crystal Springs Stock Farm in 1909. In contrast to adjacent Sellwood, Westmoreland was promoted as a “modern” residential tract. On this tour, you can expect bungalows, four-squares and modest mid-century homes. Surprises include houses built by the Fred Meyer Company and one built with union pension funds. We’ll begin the tour with a stroll through part of the recently redesigned Westmoreland Park.
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required.
AHC Walking Tours are sponsored by: Chris Bonner and Lee McKnight, Hasson Company Realtors