Westmount Homes For Sale

The hustle and bustle of the 124 Street area, its proximity to downtown and the undeniable charm of its character homes led to Westmount being named the fourth-best neighbourhood in Edmonton on Avenue Magazine’s 2016 Best Neighbourhoods list.

Westmount Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 55
Average Price: $544,873
Highest Price: $1,700,000
Lowest Price: $109,900

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Westmount is a true mixed-use neighbourhood which boasts residential, institutional, recreational, commercial, and light industrial areas within easy walking distance of each other. The very popular 124 Street shopping area, better known as High Street, runs north-south through the neighbourhood, acting as a central spine for the community.

The Westmount neighbourhood is bounded by 111 Avenue to the north, Groat Road to the west, the Groat Ravine to the southwest, and the North Saskatchewan River Valley to the south. Its eastern boundary comprises 124 Street south of Stony Plain Road, and 121 Street north of Stony Plain Road. More about Westmount...

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There are two schools in the neighbourhood: Discovery Time Preschool and Westglen Elementary School. Westmount Park occupies three blocks in the heart of Westmount. It includes an outdoor hockey rink, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, a fitness centre, a water-spray park, and several playgrounds. The neighbourhood is also home to several smaller parks with a mix of green space and playgrounds. An excellent cycling route runs along 127 Street as well.

Westmount's History

In 1878, Malcolm Groat selected his homestead on the land that is now the Westmount neighbourhood. Groat was a Hudson Bay Company employee and an early Edmonton settler who remained one of Edmonton’s leading citizens through the turn of the century. Groat’s square mile of land was wisely selected along the North Saskatchewan River immediately west of the area that became the Hudson Bay Reserve. The Groat homestead was annexed to the City of Edmonton in two stages, first in 1904 and then in 1910.

Groat gradually sold his land to developers as the demand for residential lots heated up. Due to its proximity to downtown Edmonton Westmount developed early, in spite of the general oversupply of residential lots in Edmonton. Access to downtown was enhanced by the extension of an electric streetcar line between Jasper Avenue and 110 Avenue via 124 Street beginning in 1910.

Westmount Today

While most low density residential structures were built prior to 1950, apartment development (which now accounts for over fifty percent of dwelling units) increased over time. Apartment buildings are generally located near 124 Street and other major traffic routes. Along its residential streets, Westmount has retained many of its attractive older homes, and extensive renovation and infill development has also occurred.

Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

Listing information last updated on October 13th, 2019 at 7:01pm MDT.