KILLARNEY

The land that makes up section of Killarney has been part of Edmonton since 1913. Lands adjacent to Namayo Avenue (now 97th Street) were subdivided as early as 1911. The remainder of the neighbourhood was subdivided in the late 1950s and the bulk of Killarney’s development took place shortly thereafter. More about Killarney...

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The neighbourhood features a range of housing types. Single-detached homes account for 32% of residential units and the remainder is split fairly evenly between semi-detached homes, row housing and low rise apartments. The neighbourhood’s commercial properties are located along 82nd and 97th Streets, which form the east and western boundaries of the neighbourhood respectively. 127th Avenue runs along the southern boarder of Killarney, and the Yellowhead Highway lies directly to the south of the neighbourhood. Killerney supports four schools, several parks and at least four religious assemblies.

The name of the neighbourhood is taken from the Town of Killarney in Ireland. Killarney is the anglicized version of Cill Airne, which mean “church of the sloes.” A “sloe” is the small purplish fruit of the blackthorn bush.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on July 25th, 2017 at 10:17pm MDT.