Homes for Sale in Edmonton
AUDREY ABUAN - RE/MAX Real Estate REALTOR®
Aspen Gardens houses were constructed during the 1960s and the apartments were built during the 1970s. Aspen Gardens was designed to appeal to individuals and families in search of a quiet, high quality residential neighbourhood with executive style homes and above average-sized lots. Aspen Gardens is favoured by its physical location and features.
The mature trees and shrubs, as well as the area’s gently rolling topography, present an attractive environment. The curved border between Aspen Gardens and Whitemud Creek Ravine is reflected in the Aspen Gardens Street pattern. Many of the neighbourhood’s finest houses back onto the ravine. Strategically placed pathways promote pedestrian and bicycle travel through the community. The main access road and bus route into Aspen Gardens is 40th Avenue at 119 Street. On the south side, 121 Street and Aspen Drive West connect the neighbourhood to the Westbrook Estates.
There are no businesses in Aspen Gardens; however, commercial services are available in the nearby Westbrook, Southgate and Petrolia Shopping Centre. Aspen Gardens forms part of the Kaskitayo district and was named after the aspen tree, a species commonly found in the Parkland forests of west central Alberta.