The mature portion of Heritage Valley is located in far south Edmonton in real estate zone 55. These Heritage Valley homes were constructed after 1990 and feature more residential and commercial development in the communities of Blackburne, Blackmud Creek, Callaghan, Hays Ridge, Heritage Valley Town Centre, MacEwan, Richford, and Rutherford. Several of the luxury houses in this portion of the Heritage Valley run along the Blackmud Creek Ravine, back onto green spaces and are only a few minutes to South Edmonton Common and all other amenities
South West Edmonton new builds are found in the south portion of the Heritage Valley. Real estate in Heritage Valley was constructed after the turn of the century and is still ongoing today. Although the commute to the inner city core may be a bit longer than other popular communities, living in a new build has a few real estate perks. With the increasing cost of housing and electricity, many builders over the last few years have started building homes with solar panels, hot water on demand units, garage vehicle charges, and legal rental suites. There are six communities with newer homes and new builds in the South Edmonton which are Allard, Cavanagh, Chappelle, Desrochers, Graydon Hill and Paisley.
Living in the greater Edmonton University area is becoming more popular with young larger families and students who prefer quick access to the downtown core, nightlife on Whyte, and U of A via the LRT. Originally, the greater University homes were constructed for an elite clientele featuring beautifully landscaped back yards and oversized garages for all those boy toys. Communities in the greater University area include Allendale, Empire Park, Parkallen, Lansdowne, Lendrum Place, Malmo Plains and Pleasantview. This part of our city also has several original homeowners. Contact us today and start your Edmonton house hunting in the greater University area!
The University of Alberta is located south of our downtown core, bounded by Saskatchewan Drive. University Edmonton homes are prime real estate. There are some homeowners here lucky enough to have sour city's best skyline views and other homeowners can overlook our beautiful parks and river valley. This part of south-west Edmonton consists of some of our cities most expensive real estate from ample apartment-style condominiums near the nightlife on Whyte Avenue to modern luxury houses and infills. Price per square foot, properties in this part of our municipality is more expensive than the rest of Edmonton, but purchasing a home here is always a great investment. The University area is comprised of seven communities - Belgravia, Garneau, Grandview Heights, McKernan, Queen Alexandra, Strathcona, and Windsor Park.
Near the Southgate and South Edmonton Common Shopping Malls, Kaskitayo homes are popular with first-time buyers wanting detached houses, larger yards and the option to add a legal basement suite for residual income. The best place to meet these needs can be found Blue Quill, Duggan, Ermineskin, Greenfield, Rideau Park, Royal Gardens, Steinhauer, and Sweet Grass. Kaskitayo homes for sale are located in central south-west Edmonton. Also, view more houses for sale along our river valley in Kaskitayo Ravine Homes
Kaskitayo luxury homes for sale can be found near the ravines and river valleys which are located in central south-west Edmonton communities of Aspen Gardens, Bearspaw, Blue Quill Estates, Keheewin, Skyrattler, Twin Brooks, and Westbrook Estate. Most Kaskitayo ravine properties are larger detached luxury houses with attached garages featuring a mix of two-story houses and bungalows constructed in the eighties and nineties. Several of these homeowners who original who purchased their houses when interest rates were at an all-time high, making this part of Edmonton one of the most "neighbour friendly" communities in the city. Also, view more affordable homes for sale in the heart of Kaksitayo.
Terwillegar Heights is south of Riverbend, west of Kaskitayo in real estate zone 14. House prices range and aesthetics of Terwillegar homes vary in each community. Perfect middle-class properties surrounded by green space and playgrounds are in South Terwillegar, Haddow, Leger and Terwillegar Towne which are popular with young professionals. The communities of Hodgson, MacTaggart and Magrath Heights feature the convenience of access to our beautiful Whitemud Creek Ravine with ample walking trails, focal points and benches and are mostly newer move-up and luxury houses built within the last few decades.
Riverbend, located in west-south Edmonton is a highly sought after district and features a variety of residential real estate choices. Several Riverbend houses are situated on higher elevations that overlook the river valley, community ravines and green spaces. There are only a few condominiums in Riverbend which are mostly retirement condos. The more mature neighbourhoods are to the west of Terwillegar Drive and newer properties run along the Whitemud Creek Ravines. No matter where you choose to live in Riverbend, mother nature, walking trails, ravines and river valleys are only a few minutes away. These communities include Brander Gardens, Brookside, Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Henderson Estates, Ogilvie Ridge, Ramsay Heights and Rhatigan Ridge. Contact us today and find your Riverbend dream home.
Riverview is currently Edmonton's hottest place to purchase new builds. It is located in the most western south portion of our city and features a wide choice of residential real estate. Riverview homes are a mix of upper class two-story detached houses to duplexes with developed rental suites to country residential properties hidden among lush greenery for privacy. Builders in the Riverview area include pacesetter, Qualico, Jayman, Homes by Avi, Coventry, and Daytona. These four communities include Edgemont, Riverview, Stillwater, and Uplands. Start house hunting for your Riverview dream home.
The Windermere area is bounded by Terwillegar Drive and Anthony Henday. These south-west Edmonton Alberta homes are located in four communities which include Ambleside, Glenridding, Keswick, and Windermere. During our last real estate boom, this was the number one place to purchase property for many people who work in the oil and gas field with a short commute to our municipal airport. Homes in the Windermere area range from some of the cities most expensive real estate to ample apartment luxury style condominiums.