Holyrood Homes for Sale

The Holyrood neighbourhood has had four names since its inception in the early 1900s. The neighbourhood was called both Mount Pleasant and East Edmonton Gardens in 1912. A couple of decades later the area was called Balmoral, and in 1953, because of the duplication of subdivision names, the area was re-named Holyrood. Holyrood likely takes its name from Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Holyrood Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 19
Average Price: $712,363
Highest Price: $2,999,999
Lowest Price: $324,000

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Holyrood has many of the design features found in neighbourhoods developed during the 1950s. It is bounded on four sides by major roadways which clearly define the neighbourhood and allow residents good access to other parts of the city. Its tree lined interior streets are arranged in a modified grid pattern and incorporate several landscaped street islands. Most streets carry only local traffic, the exception being 95 Avenue and 79 Street which serve as collector roads. A school and community league hall are located in the centre of the neighbourhood. More about Holyrood...

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 Holyrood Neighbourhood Facts

The dominant structure type is the single family house. Multi family structures and apartments are situated adjacent to bus routes; 95 Avenue and 85 Street. A small commercial plaza is located in the southeast corner of Holyrood. Bonnie Doon Mall, a regional shopping centre, is just southwest of the neighbourhood. Holyrood displays several interesting demographic traits. Over 55 percent of residents have resided in the neighbourhood for five or more years. Households composed of two adults, retired individuals and individuals over 50 years of age are strongly represented in Holyrood. These characteristics are typical of a neighbourhood whose residents are stable and maturing.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.


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