Brander Gardens Homes for Sale

Brander Gardens is particularly favoured by its location adjacent to the river valley. Residents have access to river valley park trails and to Fort Edmonton Park just to the north. The residents of Brander Gardens are served by businesses located in the Riverbend Shopping Centre. As well, proximity to the Whitemud Freeway facilitates access to other major commercial and employment areas in the city.

Brander Gardens Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 33
Average Price: $1,133,593
Highest Price: $11,800,000
Lowest Price: $144,000

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BRANDER GARDENS

Brander Gardens is located in an area annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1960. In 1961 the area was included within a plan for phased development of a large portion of southwest Edmonton.

In 1969, Brander Gardens was included within the Riverbend-Terwillegar Heights Outline Plan. The Outline Plan detailed a development scheme for a comprehensively planned community to be, in many respects, self-contained. Riverbend-Terwillegar Heights, with a predicted ultimate population of 95,000 people was the first of Edmonton’s residential areas to be planned on such a large scale. More about Brander Gardens...

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In 1967, just prior to preparation of the overall plan, Brander Gardens, called Glamorgan at that time, was the subject of a subdivision re-plot. The remnants of this earlier subdivision are evident in the large lots in the neighbourhood’s west side adjacent to Whitemud Creek.

Almost all Brander Gardens housing was constructed during the 1970s. Most dwelling units are in multiple-unit housing structures (36 per cent row housing and 38 per cent low-rise apartments) clustered along the major traffic route, Riverbend Road, and are adjacent to the neighbourhood’s multi-purpose recreational sites and neighbourhood shopping centre. The overall purpose of the plan is to provide for efficient travel while minimizing the negative effects of traffic on residential streets. Interior residential streets have curvilinear and culde- sac patterns. A number of strategically placed pathways, including the open space of a pipeline right-of-way, promote pedestrian and bicycle travel through the neighbourhood.

Brander Gardens was named in honour of George Brander who came to Edmonton in 1921 and established a peony garden in the Bonnie Doon Area. The gardens were an attraction for Albertans until the 1940s and were the source of most of the peonies in Alberta.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2018 at 11:46am MDT.