Kenilworth Homes for Sale

With three schools, recreation facilities, quick access to post-secondary institutions, downtown and Old Strathcona -- what more could a family want? Kenilworth is a mature neighbourhood in a prime location, making it the perfect home for your family.

Kenilworth Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 10
Average Price: $420,390
Highest Price: $569,999
Lowest Price: $272,000

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Kenilworth is bordered by 90 Avenue to the north, 82 Avenue to the south, 50 Street to the east and 75 Street to the west. These main roads give Kenilworth residents good access to nearby shopping and business hubs. More about Kenilworth...

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Kenilworth’s History

Kenilworth is located on land annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1960. The bulk of residential and commercial development took place in the 1960s and ‘70s. But Kenilworth’s history extends far further than that; the neighbourhood was named in the early 1900s after the town of Kenilworth in Warwickshire, England. The castle of Kenilworth, England was built in 1122.

Kenilworth Today

Location location location! Kenilworth is nestled cozily in southeast-central Edmonton, just a 10-minute drive from downtown, touching the east end of Whyte Avenue and with quick access to Sherwood Park and the rest of Edmonton via several nearby major roads. You also have easy transit access to the University of Alberta and downtown, and King’s University is within walking distance.

A primarily residential neighbourhood, Kenilworth also has a business district along 82 Avenue on the neighbourhood’s south edge. Kenilworth is home to three schools, two elementary and one junior high, located in park areas at the core of the neighbourhood. The schools serve the population well; most Kenilworth residents are married couples, many with children living at home.

No word describes Kenilworth better than “community.” Gathering places abound in Kenilworth and area -- parks, schools, indoor arena and outdoor ice rink, businesses, religious assemblies and community hall, which is home to an active community league. Almost 80 per cent of residents have lived in the neighbourhood for more than five years, creating a strong community base.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.


Listing information last updated on November 12th, 2019 at 8:16am MST.