Welcome to our Griesbach Edmonton Townhouses
Griesbach is unlike any other north Edmonton community and townhouses here have a style all their own. Griesbach townhouses and row home complexes include the Griesbach Woods, Victory Lane, Juno Townhomes, Neptune Townhomes, Terraces, and Brigades of Griesbach. There is also another Griesbach townhouse complex on Sir Arthur Currie Way that does not currently have a name.
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The Brigades Of Griesbach
The Brigades Of Griesbach on Veterans Way was once a prestigious adult 45+ complex. The Brigades Of Griesbach was built by Coventry Homes and featuring silent neighbor wall systems. These north Edmonton's most popular Griesbach home styles are the Bryce Model duplex bungalows and the Columbia Model 2 Storey Split level.
Every Brigade Of Griesbach home is unique in its own way from formal front living rooms, gleaming, hardwood flooring, inviting front porches, finished and unfinished basements, attached and detached garages plus different square footage in each of these Griesbach homes.
Located in the Canadian award-winning community of Griesbach, Juno Townhomes are nestled amongst beautiful tree-lined streets at 2560 Pegasus Boulevard. Many of these Griesbach Edmonton homes overlook the park giving you a beautiful, relaxing view. Juno Townhomes have a noteworthy fiber cement exterior facade and are a mix of two and three-story townhouses. Some of the units have exterior parking stalls while others have garages.
Griesbach Woods homes are located on Gault Boulevard, 98 NW and Kapyong Avenue, Colonel Stone Avenue, and Kerr Road in the Griesbach north Edmonton community. They are close to the lake, walking trails, and boutique shops. Pets are allowed in this Griesbach condo complex with the board's approval.
Griesbach Woods homes are unique inside and out. The exterior of these condos ranges from light neutral Vinyl siding with bright red exterior doors to brick frontages with dark green finishings. Homes at Griesbach Woods are gorgeous and immaculate executive 3 story townhouses with high energy efficiency windows and double detached garages built by award-winning builders.
Several Griesbach Woods homes are Georgian inspired full brick townhomes boasting active dormer windows, spacious interiors & private backyards with full fencing & concrete patios, enhanced with 9ft main floor knock down ceilings, hardwood, ceramic tile, granite kitchen countertops, under-cabinet lighting, tile backsplash, and vaulted ceiling in loft primary bedrooms.
Terraces of Griesbach
Terraces of Griesbach homes are located at 4321 & 4367 Veterans Way, McCrae Avenue, and Valour Way in Griesbach Edmonton and are almost 2000 square feet above grade. Terraces of Griesbach homes were constructed using a silent neighbor wall system which assures a superb sound barrier between units that were strategically built between 2006 and 2012 and offer 9 feet ceilings tankless hot water tanks.
These executive-style townhouses with double detached garages feature huge primary bedrooms, gourmet kitchens accented wonderfully with walnut-colored cabinetry, and a downtown view near local restaurants & coffee shops, and shopping. These north Edmonton homes are also steps away from the Griesbach community garden!
Neptune Townhomes are situated at 1636 Kerr Road and 1079 Gault BV. These great recently built Griesbach homes are also 3 story townhouses offering a turn-key lifestyle with low condo fees & maintenance-free living. The exterior of the Neptune Townhouse allows space for entertaining, grilling and also comes with your own single detached garage!
Victory Lane condominiums are a mix of duplexes and townhouses with a traditional concept. They are located on Pegasus Boulevard in Griesbach Edmonton. The former Victory Lane show suite is handicapped accessible and has lots of upgrades including central air, granite countertops, a large kitchen with cabinets to ceiling, lovely tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a nice open plan, and a chair lift to get to the second floor. The backyard features a deck and wheelchair ramp from the house to the garage.
2020 New Edmonton Home Communities
Riverview located at the outer ridges of southwest Edmonton is now building. Similar to the rural West Big Lake district, the Riverview community is nestled away from the big city, south of the Grange and features an urban lifestyle, lined with trees along the Wedgewood Creek ravines. This up and coming community will be filled with the amenities of a modern city including playgrounds, parks, recreation and walking trails integrated with new and modern homes, a variety of restaurants, shops and services.
House prices in Riverview will range from starter home prices to multi-millions. Also known as River's Edge - the Riverview Area offers some of the cities best country residential homes. The Edgemont community features houses and attached dwellings built in 2016 and later. Residential construction of Uplands and Stillwater is already underway and will be the hottest new home district in Edmonton in 2019 & 2020. View currently listed Riverview homes for sale.
Big Lake Edmonton Homes
Big Lake is a hidden community west of the Anthony Henday nestled among mother nature. This northwest Edmonton community features new homes for sale and is in the process of building a school. Big Lake is home to over 200 different types of birds and provides rare nesting habitat for Franklin's gulls. View Big Lake homes for sale by community.
Windermere & Riverview Edmonton Homes
South of Anthony Henday lies the newest Southwest Edmonton district called Riverview. This area still has on-going construction and are nestled near some beautiful ravines and country residential real estate. Riverview homes are located in the communities of Edgemont, Riverview, Stillwater and Uplands. Homes for sale in Windermere were constructed during Edmonton's last real estate boom with a forecasted continuance of our oil boom. The majority of houses in the Windermere area are luxury houses, upscale homes and penthouse condominiums. Windermere communities include Ambleside, Glenridding and Keswick.
Living in Heritage Valley Edmonton
Heritage Valley is one of Edmonton's largest and newest districts located in far southwest Edmonton established in 2001. The nearby Currents of Windermere and Southgate shopping centres offer a variety of retail, dining, and medical and dental options. The Heritage Valley Town Centre will also provide many new shopping opportunities when construction is complete. Close proximity to the Anthony Henday, as well as the major bounding roadways, provides residents with access to amenities throughout the city.
The international Airport, Jagare Ridge Golf Club and South Edmonton Common are also nearby. Each community in the Heritage Valley area has plenty of green spaces, and walking trails for homeowners to enjoy. Most of the Streets in the Heritage Valley Area are named after Edmontonians. There is also a new future hospital with plans underway and plans to extend the LRT.
Located in the furthest south portion of southwest Edmonton lies the Heritage Valley. Recent homes construction in these communities have only recently been built or are new builds. The Heritage Valley has become more popular with a younger demographic, allowing them to own air-tight homes with high-efficiency appliances keeping real estate ownership at a minimum. If you don't mind waiting for landscaping to be completed and live with the noise of nearby constructed, the Heritage Valley is a great place to find some real estate deals. The Heritage Valley encompasses fifteen southwest Edmonton communities.
Callaghan, Richford and Rutherford are the most prestigious communities in the Heritage Valley Area, while Allard and Blackmud Creek feature more value per square foot than other Heritage Valley area homes.
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Communities for Edmonton Dog Lovers
Edmonton has over 40 dog park and off-leash areas where your best friend can run and play without having you on the other end of the leash. You too can get physical and emotional benefits from exercise and by socializing with other dog owners.
My top 3 places to live for Edmonton dog owners are near
Buena Vista - Great Meadow: A large off-leash dog park near the valley zoo, north of Laurier Park and south of Melton Ravine in the Glenora area. The Buena Vista Dog Park features an open off-leash area, access to the river valley for those dogs who love to swim, park benches, ample parking and river valley trails with maps for walking and cycling. Note* No smoking or vaping tobacco or cannabis in this park.
Hermitage Point South located between 129 Avenue and 137 Avenue, 22 Street and the River Valley in northeast Edmonton. It features plenty of natural walking trails, picnic sites, Ambassador, portable toilets, seasonal summer fishing and a large off-leash dog area. Our Edmonton Ambassadors at the Hermitage Park Dog Park help improve the quality of our off-leash areas, and enhance the user experience for human and canine visitors by encouraging positive interactions, and creating a culture of community at the park. Homes near the Hermitage Point South Dog Park are very reasonably priced.
Terwillegar Dog Park in southwest Edmonton accessible via Rabbit Hill in the Riverbend District. Although the Terwillegar Dog Park is a multi-use area, it is most popular for pet lovers with larger canines. This park also has a 262-metre-long footbridge that links the park to Oleskiw River Valley Park on the north side of the river, perfect for long strolls with your best friend.
For other dog parks near you, visit Edmonton's off-leash dog parks
What classifies as a luxury Edmonton home?
Luxury home prices vary from city to province to state to country. What classifies a home in the luxury market consists of a few variables. Luxury homes are no longer based on price alone. To classify property into the luxury home category, it mush have desired indulgences. A home can be considered "a luxury property" when it offers these features:
- A grand foyer with soaring ceilings to greet your guests.
- Adequate nanny/guest living quarters which are private and away from the main living area.
- Personal conveniences and amenities such as pools, in-home gyms, Imax movie theatres, arcade rooms, wine cellars, decontamination showers, backyard tennis courts, solarium, and game rooms. There are several homes in Edmonton with personal amenities which can be found in Cameron Heights and Glenora.
- State of the art kitchens. With duel ovens, smart refrigerators to keep track of your food items, wine storage, ample counter space, built-in computer screens.
- Technology. Homes controlled with voice activation or the touch of a bottom from anywhere in the world are now one of the must-haves with elite buyers.
- Privacy. Many elite home buyers require privacy, especially media icons who get accosted by paparazzi.
- A prime location. A view is one of the things that make homes fall into the luxury category no matter where you live. It can be an unobstructed view of a mountain, beachfront, or overlooking the sparkling lights of the city. Beachfront properties in Edmonton can be found in Summerside.
- Premier quality, reputable builders and renowned architect. The construction materials, lighting, finishes, appliances, and design all must be a cut above what's considered standard. Dominate renowned Edmonton communities include Griesbach and Windermere.
A luxury home can mean different things to different people. Bottom line, a luxury home is where you can relax and retreat from the rest of the world, enjoying a dwelling that fits your lifestyle. View our Edmonton luxury homes for sale by the district.
Riverbend Edmonton - A Favorite Place to Live
Riverbend consists of nine communities. The new part of Riverbend is located on the east side of Terwillegar Drive and includes the communities of Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Henderson Estates, and Ogilvie Ridge. Old Riverbend is located on the west side of Terwillegar Drive and includes the communities of Brander Gardens, Brookside, Ramsay Heights, and Rhatigan Ridge.
Riverbend is one of the best places to live in southwest Edmonton surrounded by mother nature. It is divided into two parts - Old Riverbend on the west and new Riverbend on the east. Riverbend is located off of Terwillegar drive a few minutes from the University of Alberta.
House prices range from move-up to luxury home prices. Unlike any other district in the city, Riverbend offers it's homeowners plenty of mother natures natural scenic beauty with community walking paths and river valley access all within walking distance. Old Riverbend is well known for the popular footbridge which runs across the river to Edmonton West via walking paths. Learn more about each Riverbend community below.
Rhatigan Ridge was first subdivided in 1980 with various house styles from large luxury homes on spacious lots, especially near the edges of the river valley to a range of more modest executive-style houses. Rhatigan Ridge encompasses the Riverbend community league beside St. Mary Catholic School and features a high point of land with panoramic views south of Riverbend Road. Rhatigan Ridge was named after Thomas Rhatigan, a farmer who was famous for the quality of his wheat and oats and was proclaimed World Oat King at the Royal Winter Fair three times.
Brander Gardens offers more deserve homeownership with plenty of townhouse and apartment condominiums to choose from. When originally built, the majority of these condos were focused on the upper-class and elite. Located in the western portion of Brander Gardens are some of Edmonton's most magnificent properties, originally called Glamorgan. Homeowners here are treated with the proximity to the Fort Edmonton Walking trails and Footbridge which crosses to the Wolf Willow Ravine. Brander Gardens was named in honour of George Brander, who established a peony garden in the Bonnie Doon until the 1940s.
Brookside, nestled away from the rest of Riverbend bounded by Whitemud Creek Ravine North with scenic views of our Downtown. Most houses in Brookside are executive style homes constructed in the 1970s with above average-sized lots and mature landscaping. Brookside homeowners enjoy the natural woodland habitat, skiing at the Snow Valley Ski Club and Rainbow Valley Park, access to river valley park trails, and other recreational facilities.
Ramsay Heights is Riverbend's oldest community located in a prime real estate location and features a mix of housing equally split between single-family houses and condominiums. Ramsay Heights offers a high elevation vantage point with panoramic views of Edmonton. A large portion of the detached houses in Ramsay Heights runs along the river Valley on 154 Street and Whitemud Road. There are also a few luxury houses located in the original Glamorgan subdivision adjacent to the river valley. Ramsay Heights was named for Walter Ramsay, a principal at McKay Avenue and Queen Avenue School, then became the cities first commercial florist.
Bulyea Heights offers more walking trails than any other Riverbend community and with the presence of the Whitemud Creek Ravine, which runs the eastern length of Bulyea Heights, is the most striking community. Almost every house in Bulyea Heights is owner-occupied with several of these homes touching the edges of the ravines with more walking trails, natural paths for hiking and run-off streams from the North Saskatchewan River. Bulyea Heights was named after George Hedley Vicars Bulyea, the first Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta.
Carter Crest is a smaller upper-class Riverbend community that features a combination of single-detached housing, construction prior to the 1990s. There are only a few roads in this community that swirl and curve to limit the negative effects of traffic, maximize land space and allows its homeowners bigger lots. Carter Crest is within walking distance to the Terwillegar Recreation Center and is named after Robert I. Carter, a Canadian government agent who advised Americans on their immigration prospects in Canada.
Falconer Heights is one of the few Riverbend communities which offer several amenities including a medical centre, a library, fast food restaurants, banks, and more located in Riverbend Square. This portion of Riverbend is popular with the ageing community and features a fantastic retirement community. There is no school site located within Falconer Heights, but there is a large future school/park site adjacent to Henderson Estates. It was named after James F. Falconer, who was involved in the formation of the Edmonton Names Advisory Committee in the mid-1950s.
The Henderson Estates is nestled between Old Riverbend and Haddow in Terwillegar Heights bounded by the River Valley which runs the length of the community, providing homeowners with excellent access to our greatest natural asset. Due to the natural beauty and breath-taking views, many of these Henderson Estates properties will run into the multi-million dollar price range. Henderson Estates is named after Thomas Henderson, a homesteader in the Riverbend area in the late 19th century who imported Italian honey bees to his farm.
When originally built, Ogilvie Ridge was to be a private, elite, gated community until the city decided, Edmonton against any gated communities. It is bordered by Bulyea Heights, Whitemud Creek ravine, and west by the Rabbit Hill. Ogilvie Ridge features a natural topography with an integration of the North Saskatchewan River Valley ravine system defining this community. Ogilvie Ridge was named after James H. Ogilvie, a politician, a lawyer, and a veteran of World War I.