Wellington Homes For Sale

Wellington was named after Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852) who was the first Duke of Wellington and led the British victory over Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Wellington Park, as the area was once known, has been the name for the neighbourhood since 1910.

Wellington Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 12
Average Price: $290,425
Highest Price: $348,900
Lowest Price: $99,000

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Wellington is part of a large parcel of land that was annexed to Edmonton in 1913. At the time the nearest development to Wellington was the Village of Calder to the southeast, which was some miles from the developed portion of Edmonton. Development in Wellington remained dormant until the area was subdivided in the 1950s. Most of the remainder of the neighbourhood was developed during the 1960s, and a small amount of residential construction continued for the next couple of decades. More about Wellington...

Wellington Listings

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Photo of Listing #E4174978
Courtesy Of Roberta Meili-alford Of The Foundry Real Estate Company Ltd


  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,044 SqFt
  • 0.14 Acres

Single Family

Edmonton, AB

MLS® #E4174978

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 Wellington Neighbourhood Facts

A landscaped buffer separates Wellington from the industrial area. Single detached houses account for over 90% of the neighbourhood structures and just under three-quarters of all dwelling units. The remaining dwelling units are in semidetached homes, row housing and low rise apartments. There is a significant row of multiunit housing located along 140 Street on the far west side of the neighbourhood. Other multifamily parcels are located on the arterial streets that ring the neighbourhood and single detached homes are primarily located in the interior of the neighbourhood.

Like other neighbourhoods of its period, Wellington’s design is based on a central school and park site that anchors the community. Interior streets are designed on a modified grid network to reduce shortcutting through the neighbourhood and provide residents with quiet local streets. In addition to the central school and park site, Wellington also contains a variety of smaller parks that provide most residents with access to open space near their homes.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website. 


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