Strathearn Homes for Sale

Strathearn’s location is near-perfect. With easy access to the river valley park system, it strikes an excellent balance between accessibility, peace, and nature. Edmonton’s Valley LRT line will soon bring a stop in the neighbourhood, adding rapid public transit to the already stacked list on neighbourhood features.

Strathearn Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 14
Average Price: $956,379
Highest Price: $2,475,000
Lowest Price: $358,700

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Strathearn is quickly becoming one of Edmonton’s best-regarded mature neighbourhoods, and for good reason. Its prime location and stunning vistas make for excellent redevelopment opportunities and gorgeous homes. Its existing homes and apartments provide more affordable options while keeping its prime location.

The neighbourhood is bounded on the south west by Connors Road, on the east by 85 Street, and on the north west by the North Saskatchewan River valley. The only school directly in Strathearn is Ecole Gabrielle-Roy, providing francophone public elementary, junior, and senior high school education. Other schools are close by in neighbouring Bonnie Doon and Holyrood. More about Strathearn...

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Strathearn’s History

Strathearn became a part of Edmonton in 1912. Most of Strathearn remained undeveloped until the late 1940s and 1950s when the land was subdivided and housing and commercial structures were built. Most construction took place in the 1950s, which includes residential and commercial buildings. Strathearn Heights Apartments was one of the city’s first large scale housing developments and remains well-regarded to this day. Redevelopment talks have been in place to create a transit-oriented project as well.

Strathearn Today

Strathearn is a bit of a low-key culinary hotspot as well. The venerable Red Ox Inn has long been regarded as one of Edmonton’s best fine dining restaurants. Juniper Cafe and Bistro is a little newer, but no less well-regarded. Strathearn is one of Edmonton’s finest neighbourhoods. Avenue Edmonton named it the 17th best in 2017. Make sure it’s on your list too.

Stats information taken from City of Edmonton website.


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