Sherwood Park Homes and Condos for Sale

Sherwood Park has always been an amazing place to live. It’s easy to see why many people who were born and raised in this suburb of Edmonton are now raising their own families here. Start your own legacy in any one of Sherwood Park’s great neighbourhoods, where you can rest assured that your safety and happiness are genuine concerns of the community. Come check it out for yourself!

Sherwood Park Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 305
Average Price: $427,854
Highest Price: $1,065,000
Lowest Price: $10,000

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Sherwood Park is bound by Highway 16 to the north, Highway 21 to the east, Wye Road to the south, and Anthony Henday Drive to the West, making it a breeze to get into Edmonton no matter what part of the city you need to get to. There are great schools to choose from in Sherwood Park, including two public high schools (Bev Facey Community High School and Salisbury Composite High School), Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School, and the Strathcona Christian Academy (K-12). Read more...

Sherwood Park Properties

All Listings Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000
$200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000
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Sherwood Park’s History

John Hook Campbell and John Mitchell pioneered “Campbelltown” as a satellite town to accommodate people working in industries east of Edmonton. In the winter of 1955-56, the first residents arrived and the town was renamed Sherwood Park after Canada Post intervened due to several other towns in Canada with a similar name. When initially marketing to the public, Sherwood Park promoted their paved roads, low taxes, and safe streets. You’ll be happy to hear that Sherwood park remains a safe, well-groomed community that people love living in!

Sherwood Park Today

Sherwood Park has a population of just over 70,000 people, making it large enough to be the seventh largest city in Alberta, however it retains its status as a hamlet. Along with that title, it also retains the small town feel of a tight knit community that is always welcoming to new residents.

“The Park,” as it is often referred to, is a true sports town. With 37 parks and sports fields, there’s something for everyone.There are also many outdoor areas, including the Beaver Hills UNESCO Biosphere for all of your outdoor trekking dreams!  You can also spend a day at Millenium Place, an incredible Sports Complex complete with wave pool, gym, and running track. You should also be sure to go see what’s happening at Festival Place, be it a concert from an international star or a locally produced play. Whatever you’re into, you’ll find it in Sherwood Park alongside a great police and ambulance service, safe neighbourhoods, and like-minded people.



Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2019 at 11:31pm MDT.