Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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Edmonton's suburban northeast sector contains MLS zones 2,3,6,23,28 and 35 and is bounded by 97 Street and CFB Edmonton within Sturgeon County to the west, Highway 37 to the north, the North Saskatchewan River to the east, southeast and south. Northeast Edmonton has a very bright future due to the completion of the Edmonton Ringroad project. Although there is plenty of construction taking place in Northeast Edmonton it’s already considered one of the great family neighborhoods in all of Edmonton
North West Edmonton hosts a very emotionally charged and historic area of Edmonton. The old army barracks at Griesbach saw the daily life of our soldiers for many years, and it is now home to new multi million dollar developments. It is surrounded by great shopping, recreation and eating opportunities. The Northwest region of Edmonton is one of the largest and diverse geographical locations in all of Edmonton. Buyers can find everything from urban neighborhoods with classical character homes.
Southeast Edmonton comprises of over 40 communities, some new and others quite settled and self contained. Mill Woods is the largest community and is comprised of more than 25 neighbourhoods offering more affordability than most southside addresses. Summerside, Ellerslie, Walker, and Charlesworth are newer residential areas popular with many families. Lake Summerside is a man-made lake with a playground, boats, swimming in the summer and skating in the winter, and they often have family days.
Many communities in the Southwest are often identified as some of the most desirable. One notable area is Old Strathcona, Edmonton’s main arts and entertainment district. Newer neighborhoods of Windermere, Chappelle Gardens, Rutherford, Allard Callaghan, etc. are attracting young families who are looking for a little bit of the country within the city limits. The many parks, ponds, bike paths, walking trails & golf courses have made the Southwest a favorite destination for your active lifestyle.
West Edmonton has always been a favorite destination for young families, professionals and empty nesters alike for numerous reasons that include expansive green spaces through a network of trails, suitable for walking, hiking, or bicycling excursions. All amenities are at your fingertips such as West Edmonton Mall, theatres, cinemas and the University area. Major transportation routes make your commute a breeze.