Goose Hollow

The first home in Goose Hollow was built by Daniel Lownsdale, who operated a tannery in 1845 on the current site of the Multnomah Athletic Club and Providence Park (once civic stadium). An interesting fact is that a Tanner creek once flowed from the West Hills, through Goose Hollow to downtown and ended up in Couch Lake- present day the Pearl District. With the building up of Portland and need for flood control, in the 1900’s the city built a large pipe for Tanner creek to keep it underground. Legend is the pipe runs under Providence Park and during the rainy season you can hear it. The history of this neighborhood is displayed in the amazing pocket of beautiful homes that are nestled in the lower hills of Northwest Portland.  Unique in that the Goose Hollow neighborhood provides a combination of residential and commercial districts, famous Goose Hollow Inn, home of the Portland Timbers MLS soccer team and you within minutes of Downtown Portland, West Hills attractions and the upscale shops in Nob Hill.

Being one of Portland’s oldest and most desirable neighborhoods you will find many turn of the century homes, with styles of Victorian and Edwardian.  You will also find an influx of newer luxury condominiums too. You won’t be disappointed with this diamond in the ruff, Goose Hollow will deliver to all expectations.


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