Athlone Homes For Sale

Athlone has a number of community facilities including a community league, an elementary school and two junior high schools.

Athlone was named in honour of Alexander Augustus, Earl of Athlone, who was Canada’s Governor General from 1940 to 1946.

Athlone Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 11
Average Price: $308,899
Highest Price: $587,800
Lowest Price: $145,000

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Athlone is part of a large parcel of land north of the Canadian National Rail Line that was annexed to Edmonton in 1913. At the time, the nearest development to Athlone was the village of Calder just to the east. Calder was some distance from the developed portion of Edmonton during that period. More about Athlone...

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 Athlone Neighbourhood Facts

Most development in Athlone did not occur until the 1950s. The interior street network is arranged in a modified grid pattern which is typical of that development period. The predominant residential form in Athlone is single-family homes, and there are also some low density multifamily homes. Most of the commercial land uses are concentrated along 127 Street. Another large commercial property along the southern boundary of the neighbourhood is an inland grain terminal.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.


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Listing information last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 3:31pm MST.