West Edmonton Homes for SaleLiving in West Edmonton has so many perks when it comes to accessing our municipality. No matter where you work, purchasing a West Edmonton home is ideal for commuting. The Grange is bounded by 215 Street (Winterburn Road) and consists of three communities - Glastonbury, Granville, and the Hamptons. Development in the Grange was focused on a young family demographic and once construction began, the demand for homes in the Grange skyrocketed welcoming so many first time home buyers. This community is best known for Catholic churches and Filipino families.
Homes in Lewis Estates are a mix of more mature houses which were constructed near the turn of the century and newer smaller houses and duplexes. The older part of Lewis Estates was built for retired couples with ample walking trails and several properties back onto the beautiful golf course. The newest part of this community was developed during our last real estate boom and was popular with a younger professional demographic. Lewis Estates is located on the edge of West Edmonton, north of the Whitemud and south of West Big Lake. These communities include Breckenridge Greens, Potter Greens, Rosenthal, Secord, Stewart Greens, Suder Greens, and Webber Greens.
Currently, Meadowlark also referred to as "Jasper Place" is the best place to purchase a home in West Edmonton for future profit and current residual income. Here you will find mostly bungalow style houses with backside entrances making these the perfect type of dwelling to add basement suites and pay down that mortgage faster. These West Edmonton homes are affordable and there are plenty to choose from in the communities of Elmwood, Glenwood, Jasper Park, Lynnwood, Meadowlark Park, Sherwood, West Jasper Place, and West Meadowlark Park.
The Glenora area is all about the luxury lifestyle surrounded by beautiful ravines, green space and close to the old Royal Alberta Museum, historical Alberta Government House, Valley Zoo and /span>the downtown core. These luxury homes range from large bungalows, original and refurbished character houses, to new infills and modern dwellings located in the communities of Crestwood, Glenora, Laurier Heights, and Parkview. Several of these Glenora homes run along the Buena Vista Park, MacKinnon Ravine, and the North Saskatchewan River.
Homes near Lessard include the communities of Callingwood South and North, Dechene, Gariepy, Jamieson Place, La Perle, Lymburn, and Ormsby Place. These West Edmonton homes are minutes away from Anthony Henday and feature ample townhouse style condominiums with and without garages, perfect for first-time buyers to middle-class single-family houses. The Lessard area is best known for its natural habitats, the Callingwood Farmers Market, the convenience of public transit and the academic Catholic high school near the Library and Jamie Platz YMCA.
West Edmonton always has plenty of luxury homes for sale. During the seventies, real estate in both Rio Terrace and Patricia Heights was the most sought after area in our city. Today these West Edmonton luxury homes are becoming dated, but the location is still prime real estate. If you prefer a more quiet ambience Quesnell Heights, Wedgewood and Westridge are the places to live. If you enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city life, but still want the security of private community entrances, Donsdale and Oleskiw are great choices. Or if you are dreaming of new luxury homes, isolated away from everything, check out the beautiful community of Cameron Heights.
West Edmonton Mall is surrounded by five communities which are Aldergrove, Belmead, Summerlea, Terra Losa, and Thorncliffe. Each of these neighbourhoods is unique. Thorncliffe is walking distance to West Edmonton and when developed, there were a few mistakes thus some of the houses in Thorncliffe have detached garages in there front yards. Terra Losa is west Edmonton's condo city where there are no houses. The majority of houses in Belmead have massive back yards, larger than average bedrooms and plenty of storage space.