Cumberland Homes For Sale

A 5.66 hectare park is located in the northeast portion of the neighbourhood and pedestrian connections are provided through a series of pathways located along linear parks that run through Cumberland. A stormwater management facility, which functions as a small lake, is located in the centre of the neighbourhood and single-detached homes are designed around it. These features provide residents with access to open space and recreational opportunities.

Cumberland Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 27
Average Price: $339,406
Highest Price: $534,900
Lowest Price: $154,900

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Cumberland's development began in the 1990s, but most of the construction of residential units took place in the early 2000s. Prior to urban development the neighbourhood was in agricultural use. The neighbourhood is a predominantly low density residential community, with over 90% of residential units comprised of single-detached homes. More about Cumberland... 

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Cumberland Neighbourhood Facts 

Cumberland is located within the Palisades Plan Area in the northwest sector of the city. The neighbourhood is bound by 153rd Avenue to the north, 142nd Street to the west, Cumberland Road to the south and 127th Street to the east. Cumberland’s name is based on the theme within the Palisades area of adopting names that refer to early forts and posts. Cumberland House was the first Hudson’s Bay Company inland trading post. The trading post was built by Samuel Hearne in 1774, on the Saskatchewan River, near the present-day Saskatchewan-Manitoba border. The post was named to honour the first governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company, Prince Rupert, Duke of Cumberland.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.


Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2019 at 11:46pm MDT.