King Edward Park Homes for Sale

King Edward Park today is a charming mix of history and present day. Its location along Mill Creek ravine has made it a desirable neighbourhood. While many older and original homes still stand, substantial infill development has led to a rise in modern homes as well. There are options for a range of budgets and lifestyles to be found here.

King Edward Park Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 45
Average Price: $377,642
Highest Price: $775,000
Lowest Price: $199,999

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A mix of modern and original homes, quiet streets, access to shopping, a ravine trail system, and a central location; King Edward Park is truly a neighbourhood you’ll love to call home.The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by Whyte Avenue, on the east by 71 Street and on the south by 76 Avenue. The neighbourhood overlooks the Mill Creek Ravine on its west end.

Single detached housing accounts for just over 50 percent of the structures in King Edward Park. Higher density residential and commercial land uses are located along 82 Avenue and in the area east of 75 Street. Schools in the area include Donnan Elementary Junior High School and St. James Catholic Elementary School. 

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King Edward Park’s History

King Edward Park is a long, east-west rectangle and its land was acquired by the City of Edmonton through expansions just prior to World War I. The neighbourhood’s eastern edge, east of 75 Street, was acquired in 1960. Most of the neighbourhood’s development didn’t take place until after World War II, however; nearly half of its residences were built between then and 1960.

King Edward Park Today

King Edward Park also boasts an active community league, featuring two community halls and a variety of community events throughout the year. Edmonton’s south LRT line will soon be expanding through the neighbourhood as well, further connecting it with downtown and adding a major transit link to the city’s south end. 

Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

Listing information last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 6:31pm MDT.