Welcome to Carlisle

Carlisle is a mature north Edmonton neighbourhood with plenty to offer. Quiet streets give way to accessible main roads, meaning Carlisle is a great choice for working families. Carlisle was developed on land annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1971. The vast majority of the neighbourhood was built in the 1970s and 1980s.

Carlisle is bounded on the east by Castledowns Road, on the south by 137 Street and on the north by 145 Avenue. The west boundary follows a line located roughly between 121 and 123 Street. There is a single school in the neighbourhood, St. Timothy Catholic Elementary School. More about Carlisle...

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Carlisle’s History

Carlisle was conceived as part of the Castledowns neighbourhood outline plan. Carlisle itself was designed around its central neighbourhood park,community league, and school. In keeping with the naming convention for the area, Carlisle is named after a famous castle. The original Carlisle Castle is located south of England’s border with Scotland; construction of the castle started in 1093 by King William II.

Carlisle Today

Today, Carlisle is in a great position in the city. It is quiet when it counts, and still close to plenty of amenities. Within the neighbourhood you’ll find a wonderful central green space and many paths leading to and from it. Carlisle is also well-situated between major transportation corridors 97 Street and St. Albert Trail; about midway between the two. This gives Carlisle easy access to either side of downtown, but it remains far enough from both to eliminate any traffic-related concerns.

 

 

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

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

Listing information last updated on September 20th, 2017 at 10:32am MDT.