Magrath Heights Homes for Sale

Magrath Heights holds the highest elevation point in Edmonton, at the top of a hill in Magrath Heights Park. The downtown skyline is clearly visible from here. This hidden gem is a great place to catch the City of Edmonton’s Canada Day firework; a beautiful spectacle right in your own backyard! This hill also doubles as a great tobogganing hill in the winter and a prime spot to see the moon.

Magrath Heights Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 19
Average Price: $791,358
Highest Price: $1,598,000
Lowest Price: $218,800

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Magrath Heights is a neighbourhood located in southwest Edmonton that began developing  in the early to mid 2000’s, once the City adopted the Magrath Heights Neighborhood Area Structure Plan in 2003. It is a unique neighbourhood with an active community. With the Whitemud Creek Ravine next door, you truly don’t have to go far to feel the calming effects of nature. A place that is in the city but has an element of seclusion - a feature many look for when buying a home, and one that you can find here in Magrath Heights.

The neighbourhood is bounded on the west by Rabbit Hill Road (142 Street), the north by 23 Avenue, the east and southeast by the Whitemud Creek ravine, and the south by the Mactaggart neighbourhood.

There are no schools in Magrath Heights itself, but you will find some close by in the bordering neighbourhoods of Mactaggart and Terwillegar Towne. Nellie Carlson School is found in Mactaggart just south of Magrath Heights. Esther Starkman School and Monsignor William Irwin Catholic School are to the west in Terwillegar Towne. Read more about Magrath Heights...

Magrath Heights Listings

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Magrath Heights History

The neighbourhood is named after W. J. Magrath, who was the first president of the Alberta Curling Association and one of the organizers of the Highland Curling and Bowling Club. Mr. Magrath may be best known for the extravagant home that he built on Ada Boulevard, a street which he named after his wife, Ada.

Magrath Heights follows the tradition of naming the streets after noted individuals whose names begin with the same letter of the neighbourhood. Some of these streets include Massey, McKinney, Martell, May, MacNeil, and Malone.

Magrath Heights Today

The Terwillegar Community League is very active, servicing the Communities of Terwillegar Towne, South Terwillegar, Magrath Heights, and Mactaggart. There is something for everyone here.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.




Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2019 at 10:16pm MDT.