Welcome to Brintnell

Prior to undergoing residential development in the early 2000s, Brintnell was undeveloped and the majority of the area was in agricultural use. But the parameters for the development of Brintnell were already set in place in 1981 when the Pilot Sound Area Structure Plan was approved.

Brintnell today is surrounded by residential neighbourhoods to the south and west, and Gorman Industrial is located to the east across Manning Drive. More about Brintnell...

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Brintnell’s History

The land for Brintnell was annexed by the City of Edmonton with the 1980 Pilot Sound and Twin Brooks annexation. Development did not begin in Brintnell until the early 2000s. The neighbourhood was mostly developed by 2010.

Brintnell, alongside the rest of the Pilot Sound neighbourhoods, was named to honour Canada’s aviation history. Wilfred Leigh Brintnell (1895-1971) was well-known for his trips across uncharted terrain.  In 1946 Brintnell was awarded the Order of the British Empire, and was inducted into the Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame in 1975.

Brintnell Today

Brintnell today is surrounded by residential neighbourhoods to the south, north and west, and Gorman Industrial is located to the east across Manning Drive.

Brintnell residents enjoy restaurants and amenities in the shopping area on the neighbourhood’s north end. Here’s you’ll find banks, grocery stores, gas stations, and restaurants. Edmonton Public Library recently opened a branch here as well. If you’re looking for a home for sale in a developed, modern, and accessible neighbourhood, put Brintnell on your list.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

 

Disclaimer: Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the EREB.

Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2018 at 3:16am MST.