Beacon Heights Homes for Sale

From its beginnings as part of Beverly, a coal mining town amalgamated by Edmonton in 1961, to its modern form of an established neighbourhood with a strong cultural community, Beacon Heights is a neighbourhood with a rich history and a promising future. Beacon Heights has something for everyone.

Beacon Heights Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 17
Average Price: $248,646
Highest Price: $499,900
Lowest Price: $45,000

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Beacon Heights is framed by 118 Avenue on its south end, 122 Avenue on the north, 50 Street on the west, and 34 Street on the east. Abbotsfield Mall, the new Abbotsfield Recreation Centre, and Rundle Park are also near Beacon Heights’ east boundary.

There are two schools in the neighbourhood, Beacon Heights Elementary and St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary. Single detached homes are far and away the most common property type in the neighbourhood, and the vast majority of units are owner occupied.

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Beacon Heights Listings

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Beacon Heights’ History

In 1913, the area was incorporated as the Village of Beverly, soon after coal was discovered in the area. Until well after World War II, the fortunes of Beverly rose and fell with the successes and failures of the local coal industry. When the last mine was closed in 1952, Beverly’s population was 2,000.

One year later, the Beverly Bridge spanning the North Saskatchewan River opened, linking the town’s main street (118 Avenue) with Highway 16, spurring further growth. The town’s population was around 9,000 in 1961 when it was amalgamated into the City of Edmonton. Beacon Heights today sits in the northern portion of old Beverly.

Beacon Heights Today

Beacon Heights has retained the character of a low density residential neighbourhood with higher density housing located near major commercial concentrations and traffic routes. The vast majority of the neighbourhood remains residential, with commercial areas on the south and east end.

Beacon Heights also has a very active and supportive community league. Residents in this area are very passionate about making Beacon Heights and surrounding communities a wonderful place to call home.

Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2019 at 10:16pm MDT.