Houses for Sale in Edmonton
AUDREY ABUAN - RE/MAX Real Estate REALTOR®
South Edmonton is divided into three estate zone diistricts and several real estate communities.Living in south Edmonton is the best place in Edmonton to live for active people. South Edmonton offers more commnities with access to the river valley, walking trails and ravines. Major amenities in South Edmonton include the Southgate, University and Century Park LRT's, South Edmonton Common, University Campus, Entertainment and social events on Whyte and many historical land marks including the Rutherford House.
Includes homes for sale in Brander Gardens, Brookside, Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Henderson Estates, Ogilvie Ridge, Ramsay Heights and Rhatigan Ridge. Riverbend is one of the most desirable places to live in Edmonton with several homes backing onto ravine trails offer back yard privacy. The Riverbend area is an awesome semi-prestigious district located between two river vallies, keeping home owners active and close to mother nature ad making Riverbend Edmonton a prime location to invest. In the more mature parts of Riverbend, home owners have a special feature from the Rainbow Valley to the River Loop trail connecting to Edmonton west by the Fort Edmonton footbridge.
Includes homes for sale in Haddow, Hodgson, Leger, Mactaggart, Magrath Heights, South Terwillegar and Terwillegar Towne. Homes in Terwillegar Heights are only a few minutes from the newer Terwillegar Family Recreation Centre. Demand for homes in the Terwillegar Heights area is quite high due to being a fairly new community and the proximaty to Winderemere Shopping Centre, Anthony Henday and several river valley trails.
Includes homes for sale in Belgravia, Garneau, Grandview Heights, Queen Alexandra, McKernan, Windsor Park. Homes for sale in the University Core consist of some of Edmonton's most expensive real estate.
Includes homes for sale in Allendale, Empire Park, Lansdowne, Lendrum Place, Malmo Plains, Parkallen, Pleasantview and Strathcona. Homes in the graeter university area are always a great investment with close proximaty to the University of Alberta, the night life on Whyte Avenue and several of Edmonton's Ravines.
Includes homes for sale in Aspen Gardens, Duggan, Greenfield, Rideau Park, Royal Gardens and Westbrook Estate. Most of the homes in Duggan consist of bungalow style properties which were constructed during a real estate boom in Edmonton during the 1970's. The Duggan area, which was once considered "the south side of Edmonton" includes homes for sale in real estate zone 16 located in the Southgate area and the south Edmonton, Southgate LRT.
Includes homes for sale in Bearspaw, Blue Quill, Blue Quill Estates, Ermineskin, Keheewin, Skyrattler Steinhauer, Sweet Grass and Twin Brooks. Homes in Kaskitayo Edmonton were constructed near the end of an Edmonton real estate boom and were developed for the elite home buyer. Unlike any other district, Kaskitayo features a minimum of two open green spaces and parks in each community. The St. Joeseph's Auxilary Hopital, Kinsmen Twin Arenas, William Lutsky YMCA and the newer Century Park LRT also form part of the Kaskitayo area.
|Blue Quill||Blue Quill Estates||Brander Gardens||Brookside|
|Bulyea Heights||Carter Crest||Duggan||Empire Park|
|Ermineskin||Falconer Heights||Garneau||Grandview Heights|
|MacTaggart||Magrath Heights||Malmo Plains||McKernan|
|Ogilvie Ridge||Parkallen||Pleasantview||Queen Alexandra|
|Ramsay Heights||Rhatigan Ridge||Rideau Park||Royal Gardens|
|Sweet Grass||Terwillegar Towne||Twin Brooks||Westbrook Estate|