May 2017

Found 5 blog entries for May 2017.

Conveniently located between Edmonton’s River Valley and downtown, Riverdale is a beautiful mature neighbourhood that is highly sought after. From Riverdale, it’s easy to access all the culinary gems and shopping of downtown Edmonton, as well as the spectacular views and seemingly endless trail system of the North Saskatchewan River Valley. The tranquility of nature and the buzz of city life - you have the best of both worlds in Riverdale.

Neighbourhood Facts

Riverdale is located east of the downtown core, approximately one kilometre east of City Hall. It is bounded to the south and east by the North Saskatchewan River, to the north and southwest by the river valley and by Rowland Road and 101 Avenue to the west.

There is one school located in

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“Location” is the big draw for current residents of Ottewell, and rightly so. Ottewell is situated away from the bustle of downtown Edmonton and Whyte Avenue, but remains a quick drive or single bus ride away from both. Residents we spoke to echoed this sentiment. One resident we spoke to has called Ottewell home for over 50 years. She’s not the only one that thinks so either. With 47 percent of residents in Ottewell having lived in their homes for 5 years or longer, it is clearly a neighbourhood that is desirable and sought after.

Neighbourhood Facts

Ottewell is laid amongst some major arterial roadways making it easy to get in and out of the neighbourhood while the mature trees and homey feel of the area makes it easy to settle into. It is bounded

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Northmount is a neighbourhood that gives you everything you could possibly need, and easy access to anything above and beyond those needs. The neighbourhood appeals to a wide range of residents, proving it is a wonderful place to raise a family and retire. The neighbourhood's main commercial spot, North Town Centre, underwent a major transformation in 2009, upgrading it from a standard mall into a welcoming and accessible modern retail hub.

Neighbourhood Facts

Most of the land in Northmount is residential. Approximately 61 percent of dwellings in Northmount are owned and nearly 62 percent of the neighbourhood’s dwelling units are single detached homes. Three schools, a large park, community league facilities and the Dickensfield Extended Care

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In the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA), prices in all residential categories increased both month over month and year over year. The single family home average price increased in April 2017 to $439,438, up 0.07% compared to March 2017 and up 0.03% relative to April 2016. The condominium average price was $257,740 in April 2017, an increase of 6.23% over March 2017 and an increase of 2.32% compared to April 2016. Duplexes and rowhouses average price increased to $357,815, 2.58% higher than March 2017 and 4.97% higher than April 2016.

“Average monthly prices across all categories have increased,” says James Mabey, REALTORS® Association of Edmonton Chair. “Despite slightly slower April sales, the spring buying season is off to a solid start.”

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"...getting from Rundle Heights to other areas in Edmonton has never been easier."

Rundle Heights is a great neighbourhood for families and outdoor enthusiasts. It is here where you will find one of Edmonton’s finest recreational parks and greenspaces, Rundle Park. The park overlooks the North Saskatchewan River and features paved pathways, sports amenities, and numerous ponds. There is a pedestrian bridge that connects Rundle Park and Gold Bar Park. You can also find Hermitage Park to the north and Strathcona Science Provincial Park to the east, making Rundle Heights at the centre of northeast Edmonton’s park system. Rundle Heights is truly surrounded by green.

Neighbourhood Facts

Rundle Heights is bound on the north by 118 Avenue, to the west

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