Twin Brooks Homes for Sale

Twin Brooks was named to reflect its geographic location between two creeks. Access to these two creeks provides residents with excellent natural outdoor amenity space and represents a defining feature of the neighbourhood.

Twin Brooks Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 24
Average Price: $601,600
Highest Price: $2,998,000
Lowest Price: $164,800

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The Twin Brooks area was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1980. Twin Brooks is a triangular shaped neighbourhood nestled between the Blackmud and Whitemud Creek Ravines and it is located directly north of the Anthony Henday ring road. . More about Twin Brooks...

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Twin Brooks Neighbourhood Facts

Residential construction within Twin Brooks began in the late 1980s and continued on into the 2000s. The bulk of residential construction, however, occurred throughout the 1990s. The vast majority of homes in the neighbourhood are low density in character. 85% of all units are single detached homes, 5% of units are semi-detached homes and the remaining 10% of units are found within row houses and low rise apartment buildings.

There are two main entrance points into the neighbourhood via 119 and 111 Street. Internal roadways are designed as loops and cul-de-sacs oriented along the main collector road, Twin Brooks Drive, which creates small residential enclaves within the neighbourhood and reduces through-traffic.

A joint school and park site is located in the centre of the neighbourhood. The public elementary school was developed in Twin Brooks, but the lands set aside for the development of a Catholic elementary school were deemed surplus by the school board. The building envelope for the surplus school site, located in the northwest corner of the joint school site, was rezoned to accommodate future residential redevelopment. The centre of the neighbourhood also features a stormwater management lake and small park, around which single detached homes were built. A gas line right-of-way that runs in an east-west direction across the southern part of the neighbourhood has been landscaped to provide a linear corridor for residents.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

Listing information last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 7:16pm MDT.