Leduc was originally established in 1899 and was incorporated as a village, then became a town in 1906, and a city in 1983. The town continued to grow over the decades with a focus on Alberta's historical oil strike on February 13, 1947. It was recently listed as Canada's 6th friendliest community. Leduc Alberta has a wide variety of parks, sports amenities and onn the east end of the city lies Telford Lake which home to boat races and other events.
The most popular places to purchase Alberta bungalow-style homes for sale in Leduc are in the communities of Caledonia, Corinthia Park, South Park, South Telford, and Willow Park. If you are looking for luxury real estate, check out Windrose and Southfork real estate listings.