Glenora Homes For Sale

Located alongside Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley, Glenora is rich in natural beauty, history, and architecture. The neighbourhood is uniquely known for its beautiful historic homes, including, the Government House, built in 1913, and as the former home of the Royal Alberta Museum and the vast grounds it sits on. Residents of Glenora enjoy easy access to shops in the High Street district and along 124 Street, as well as the downtown core.

Glenora Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 58
Average Price: $837,370
Highest Price: $3,030,000
Lowest Price: $132,900

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Glenora is framed by 107 Avenue on its north end, the very popular North Saskatchewan River Valley and McKinnon Ravine on the south, by Groat Road on the east and by 142 Street on the west.

Schools in the neighbourhood are: Westminster Junior High School, Glenora Elementary School, St. Vincent Catholic Elementary School and the Progressive Academy, which is a private school. Read more...

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Glenora’s History

Glenora is one of Edmonton’s older residential areas, and is part of an area originally staked out by Malcolm Groat in 1869 as part of a 900 acre land claim immediately west of the Hudson’s Bay Reserve. In 1906, the land was sold to Montreal realtor James Carruthers, who planned the area as an exclusive estate development. To regulate its exclusivity, Carruthers placed a caveat on the land, which required that no house built in Glenora could cost less than $3,500.

Many of the original homes constructed in the 1910s remain in Glenora, while other homes have been rebuilt over past decades. This provides an interesting architectural snapshot of Edmonton’s residential trends over the past century.

Glenora Today

It is in Glenora where you will find some of Edmonton’s most stunning homes overlooking the North Saskatchewan River. The river valley and McKinnon ravine attract people from all over the city. So does Vi’s for Pies, a quaint restaurant that is well-known for their decadent pie and cake selection to satiate any sweet tooth. Glenora also has a very active Community League located next to Glenora Park, which also features a spray park.

It is no wonder that Glenora was named Edmonton’s second Best Neighbourhood of 2016 by Avenue Magazine.

Statistical information taken from the City of Edmonton website.

Listing information last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 7:16pm MDT.