Abbottsfield Homes for Sale

Abbottsfield is a neighbourhood on the east side of Edmonton that overlooks the city’s beautiful river valley. With the neighbourhood’s close proximity to Rundle Park, the golf course, and river valley trail systems there are endless activities and experiences that the residents of Abbottsfield can enjoy close to home.

Abbottsfield Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 5
Average Price: $151,640
Highest Price: $175,000
Lowest Price: $134,500

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Abbottsfield is bounded by Victoria Trail on the east, 118 Avenue on the south, 34 Street on the west, and Yellowhead Trail on the north.

Abbottsfield Park and Recreation Centre are found in the centre of the neighbourhood, making them easily accessible to all residents. And just to the east of the park is Abbott Elementary School, a school for children with learning disabilities. More about Abbotsfield...

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Abbottsfield’s History

The area that is now known as Abbottsfield was annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1961. For an entire decade after annexation, no residential development took place. At the time, the area was thought to be too close to both the Beverly landfill site south of 118 Avenue. At the end of the 1960s, however, work began on transforming the landfill site into Rundle Park, a multiple purpose educational and recreational resource on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. After these changes took form, Abbottsfield developed rapidly and was built in its entirety in the 1970s. The park remains a popular fixture of the area to this day.

Abbottsfield Today

Abbottsfield is situated near major traffic routes, creating excellent access to employment and commercial centres throughout the city. At the south end of the neighbourhood is Abbottsfield Mall. Abbottsfield Recreation Centre provides space for recreational programs and community groups to deliver social and educational activities within the community. This recreation centre opened in 2014.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

Listing information last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 7:16pm MDT.