St. Albert Homes and Condos for Sale

St. Albert has its own character, with its own river valley, old downtown area, one of the best farmer’s markets in the region, and plenty of community amenities. With executive homes in its central area and eastern edge, the high end market is certainly covered But, that doesn’t mean you need to be a millionaire to live in St. Albert. Being a relatively large city, there are options to suit almost any taste and price range.

St. Albert Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 381
Average Price: $455,621
Highest Price: $2,475,000
Lowest Price: $105,000

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St. Albert has extensive public and Catholic school systems, with 17 Catholic and 15 Public schools covering elementary to high school, as well as outreach options. Read more...

St. Albert Properties

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St. Albert’s History

St Albert was founded in 1861 by missionaries, led by Father Albert Lacombe. His chapel still stands; it is a provincial heritage site and has been restored to its original appearance. St. Albert was incorporated as a village in 1904, as a town in 1962, and eventually as a city in 1977.

St. Albert also has two historic grain elevators, which still stand in the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park. These are somewhat common sites in rural Alberta to this day, but the ones in St. Albert are in excellent condition. A reproduction of a 1909 train station stands in this park as well.

St. Albert Today

With 2,400 active businesses, St. Albert has an economy of its own, and also offers easy access to central and west Edmonton businesses. St. Albert operates its own transit system, its own waste collection (with curbside composting), and several of its own leisure centres in the city, including Servus Place, and the hidden gem of Fountain Park.

St. Albert was named the best city to live in in Alberta and the 7th best in Canada by MoneySense in 2017. St. Albert residents generally love living here, too. According to the City's most recent Community Satisfaction Survey, 99% of respondents provided a positive rating on quality of life in St. Albert. In short, if they love it, you might too.

 

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Listing information last updated on December 10th, 2018 at 2:16pm MST.