BEAUMARIS

During the oil driven economic boom of the 1970s, Edmonton expanded its boundaries to accommodate a steady population growth. In 1971, the City of Edmonton annexed the entire Castle Downs and Lake District areas. Development of the neighbourhoods in the Castle Downs area began shortly after the land was subdivided and construction continued into the 1980s. More about Beaumaris...

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Beaumaris is located between 97th Street and Castle Downs Road, and between 153rd Avenue and 160th Avenue. Beaumaris Road, which runs down the centre of the neighbourhood, turns to become the boundary between Beaumaris and Lorelei in the northwest end of the neighbourhood.

Lake Beaumaris Mall, located in the southeast corner of the neighbourhood on Castle Downs Road, offers a good variety of commercial services to Beaumaris and surrounding areas. On the west end of the neighbourhood is a large park that provides excellent recreational opportunities to nearby residents.

Like adjacent neighbourhoods, Beaumaris was named by the developer of the Castle Downs area, Business and Construction Materials Inc., now known as Genstar. The intent was to name the subdivisions and neighbourhoods after famous castles. Beaumaris is a famous castle in Wales. The castle theme is echoed by the design of the neighbourhood. An illusion of a keep (fortress castle) and moat are created by the houses enclosed by Castle Keep and Beaumaris Lake.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on November 19th, 2017 at 9:16pm MST.