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Beaumont: Alberta Properties South of Edmonton
Beaumont, originally a French farming community is now a city in Leduc County a few minutes south of Edmonton along Highway 625. The downtown core still resembles a French village with unique architecture and red brick walkways, named for the "beautiful hill" on which St. Vital Church was built near the turn of the nineteenth century. Today, when driving through the city of Beaumont, you will note printed signage is in both English and French including every stop sign.
in 2011, after Alberta's last real estate boom, Beaumont was ranked as the municipality with the seventh-highest population growth with over a 48 per cent property growth. This was due to all of the new builds which are located in the communities of Triomphe, Ruisseau, Place Chaleureuse, Montrose Estates, Eaglemont, Forest Heights, Coloniale Estates, and Dansereau Meadows, with the majority of these houses being upper-class properties. Compared to house values in Edmonton, purchasing a home in Beaumont was extremely affordable with such a short commute to the capital.
Between 1975 and 1980, there was another explosion of houses built in Beaumont. Most of these bungalows are in the communities of& St. Vital, Beau Meadow, Beauridge, Citadel Ridge and Glenbrae, Also view more Beaumont homes for sale in Beau Val, Beaumont Lakes, Brookside, Four Season Estates, Goudreau Terrace, Montalet and Parklane.