Wild Rose Homes for Sale

Wild Rose features public access to Mill Creek and incorporates a variety of parks and open space corridors to providing excellent access to outdoor amenity spaces for residents. Two utility corridors exist within the neighbourhood and both have been landscaped as linear parks. A central school and park site houses a public junior high school and provides a large open space within the neighbourhood for active recreation.

Wild Rose Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 38
Average Price: $398,871
Highest Price: $798,000
Lowest Price: $161,000

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The Wild Rose neighbourhood, east of the Kiniski Gardens neighbourhood in Mill Woods, is located within the Meadows Area Structure Plan (ASP) and defines the west-central portion of the ASP. Mill Creek runs the length of the neighbourhood’s southern border and provides a significant natural asset for Wild Rose residents. Prior to urban development the northern portion of Wild Rose was used for agricultural cultivation and the southern portion of the neighbourhood, adjacent to Mill Creek, was left in its natural state. More about Wild Rose...

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 Wild Rose Neighbourhood Facts

Wild Rose contains a variety of housing types, including: single and semi-detached homes, row housing and apartments. At the time of the 2006 census, however, the neighbourhood was still dominated by single detached homes as the multi-family sites had not yet been constructed. The neighbourhood does not contain any community level commercial space but residents have good access to a variety of services, commercial and employment opportunities in adjacent Mill Woods, at South Edmonton Common and at the Edmonton Research Park located west of the neighbourhood along 23 Ave.

Wild Rose is named for Alberta’s official flower, Rosa acicularis (wild rose), which has been this province’s official flower since the 1930s. All neighbourhoods within the Meadows are named after local flora.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

Listing information last updated on October 21st, 2019 at 4:46am MDT.