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Queen Alexandra is a mature Edmonton neighbourhood with more to offer than meets the eye. A connected neighbourhood offering several schools, parks, sports facilities, and religious assemblies, Queen Alexandra is a great place to live, shop, work, and play.

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With its proximity to Whyte Avenue, the University of Alberta, U of A Hospital, it’s no surprise that Queen Alexandra has a mostly young, solitary demographic. More than half of its inhabitants are between the ages of 20 and 39, and over half of the total population identifying as single as well. Residences are largely apartments in buildings less than five stories (60%) or single detached houses and duplexes (33%).

The neighbourhood is bound by

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Looking to be part of writing a new story for a developing neighbourhood? Now is the perfect time to get into a home in Central McDougall. This mature neighbourhood is the site of some promising revitalization and some true hidden gems of shops, restaurants, and more. Central McDougall is close to everything you need.

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Central McDougall covers the area from 111 Avenue to 105 Avenue north-south, and 101 Street to 109 Street east-west. The neighbourhood contains one school, Edmonton Public School’s Victoria School for the Arts. This unique K-12 school has been a part of developing young artists in Edmonton for decades. The Royal Alexandra Hospital also sits within the neighbourhood. This is one of Edmonton’s

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Central, accessible, and with a strong sense of community, Parkdale is a neighbourhood with plenty of potential. Historic homes and redevelopment opportunities are plentiful in Parkdale. Whether you’re looking for an affordable first home, an income property, or a tight-knit community, Parkdale could have what you’re looking for.

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Parkdale is bound on the south by 112 Avenue, on the north by 118 Avenue, on the west by 89 Street, and on the east by the Capital Line of the LRT. Fort Road, a major roadway, links Parkdale with northeast Edmonton. Parkdale is comprised mostly of low-density, single family homes. The majority of homes in the neighbourhood are owner occupied.  St. Alphonsus Catholic Elementary

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McConachie is a modern neighbourhood in northeast Edmonton with very exciting plans. This is the time to get in on the ground floor, with many apartments, condos, and single detached homes available already. The plans for McConachie include schools, parks, and commercial areas: the makings of a wonderful, fresh neighbourhood that you can be a part of shaping!

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Being a modern neighbourhood, 100% of the units we built after 2006, when the McConachie Neighbourhood Structure Plan was adopted. Development began quickly, and is still underway. Located in the Pilot Sound area, McConachie is bound to the north by Anthony Henday Drive, to the west by 66 Street, to the south by 167 Street, and to the east by 50

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The Capilano neighbourhood sits in Southeast Edmonton. It is a mature neighbourhood in a great area for people who are ready to be a part of a relaxed, established area of Edmonton. Many of the homes were built in the 1960s, and along with the tall trees and leisurely parks, they provide a lasting feeling of “home-sweet-home”.

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Almost 100% of the homes in Capilano are single family homes, nearly three quarters of which are owner-occupied. The neighbourhood has a wide range of ages, with over half of the population over 50 years of age. Capilano Mall is located just south of the neighbourhood, offering residents a great selection of shops and other commercial treats. Capilano is bound by the North

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Woodcroft is a neighbourhood on the rise. Houses are becoming harder to come by, as the secret is out: Woodcroft’s location is excellent and prices are still reasonable. If you’re considering a move to a mature neighbourhood in northwest Edmonton, Woodcroft might be just the place.

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Woodcroft is bound by 118 Avenue on the north, 111 Avenue on the south, 142 Street on the west, and Groat Road to the east. Westmount Shopping Centre and Coronation Park also sit within the neighbourhood’s south end. It is a relatively small neighbourhood, with 895 households as of 2015.

The neighbourhood contains two schools, Ross Sheppard High School, and St. Mark’s Catholic Junior High. Woodcroft elementary was closed in

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A network of quiet cul-de-sacs, a corridor of green, and several stormwater lakes; Brintnell is an ideal modern suburban neighbourhood in northeast Edmonton. What makes Brintnell different is its prime location: Far enough away from the busy areas to be quiet, but not far enough away to feel disconnected.

Brintnell is bounded on the west by 50 Street, Manning Drive to the east, 167 Avenue to the north and 153 Avenue to the south. Part of Brintnell’s uniqueness stems from almost all (97%) of its units are owner-occupied; not entirely surprising when 94% of units are single family homes. There are no schools directly in Brintnell, but, Dr. Donald Massey Elementary-Junior High School lies in neighbouring Hollick-Kenyon; a short

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Sitting adjacent to northwest Edmonton, St. Albert remains a city of its own despite being so close to Edmonton proper. St. Albert certainly has its own character, with its own river valley, old downtown area, one of the best farmer’s markets in the region, and plenty of community amenities.

With executive homes in its central area and eastern edge, the high end market is certainly covered here. But, that doesn’t mean you need to be a millionaire to live in St. Albert. Being a relatively large city, there are options to suit almost any taste and price range, from new developments and condos to larger lots in mature areas. And it’s all great. In fact, St. Albert was named the best city to live in in Alberta and the 7th best in

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Strathearn is quickly becoming one of Edmonton’s best-regarded mature neighbourhoods, and for good reason. Its prime location and stunning vistas make for excellent redevelopment opportunities and gorgeous homes. Its existing homes and apartments provide more affordable options while keeping its prime location. Strathearn is a gem.

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The neighbourhood is bounded on the south west by Connors Road, on the east by 85 Street, and on the north west by the North Saskatchewan River valley. Strathearn overlooks Gallagher park and the Coverdale neighbourhood to the northwest, while its north vistas overlooking 98 Avenue provide a great view of east downtown. 

The only school directly in Strathearn is Ecole

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Blue Quill is close to everything: parks, green spaces, transit, major roadways, and maybe even home. Blue Quill is an southwest neighbourhood with options for everyone. From single family homes on quiet cul-de-sacs to affordable condos in a great location, Blue Quill has you covered. Blue Quill also brings something a little more intangible to the table: a true sense of community.

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Blue Quill is framed by 119 Street on the west (Blue Quill Estates lies just across the road), 111 Street on the east, 23 Avenue on the south, and a utility corridor north of Saddleback Road on the north (Saddleback weaves through the centre of the neighbourhood, providing a relatively quiet access road). This corridor contains

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