Houses for Sale in Edmonton
AUDREY ABUAN - RE/MAX Real Estate REALTOR®
Downtown Edmonton Focal Points include Edmonton City Hall, Sir Winston Churchill Square, Francis Winspear Centre, Citadel Theatre, Edmonton Public Library's main branch, Alberta Legislature Building and its surrounding parks, fountains, and gardens, an underground pedway system connects the Legislature to several of the surrounding buildings, including the historic Bowker Building and the Frederick W. Haultain Building, Canada Place, Rice Howard Way, Central LRT Station., the Warehouse District, Edmonton's Ice District with a new arena named Rogers Place, for the Edmonton Oilers. Downtown Edmonton is divided into four real estate district zones and twelve real estate communities.
Includes homes for sale in Alberta Avenue, Delton, Eastwood, Elmwood Park and Parkdale. These homes are located north east of Downtown Edmonton, south of Yellowhead Trail. Over the last decade, several of the old war time houses in the Alberta Avenue Area have been replaced with newer modern homes. This area has been a favorite for smaller builders and first time investors.
Includes homes for sale in Central Mcdougall, Prince Rupert, Queen Mary Park, Spruce Avenue and Westwood. These homes are close to the City's downtown core, Municiple Airport, Royal Alexandra Hospital and the Kingsway Shopping Mall. Homes in the westwood area are very popular with students attending N.A.I.T. and make a great investment for residual rental income.
Includes homes for sale in Downtown, Oliver and Rossdale. These homes are in the heart of Edmonton and mostly consist of highrises and apartments. Detached houses in the downtown area can be found in mainly in Rossdale and a few in the Oliver area.
Includes homes for sale in Boyle Street, Mccauley and Riverdale. Real Estate in the McCauley area includes properties in real estate zone 13. Boyle Street and McCauley offer very affordable homes for sale and Riverdale is in a class of it's own. Riverdale is a hidden gem with a long history in the downtown Edmonton area surrounded by the river valley. Today, the area retains much of its original character, with charming cottage-type homes, a small church, and brick school lending it a turn of the century atmosphere.