Windsor Park Homes for Sale

Windsor Park is bounded by the University of Alberta’s campus to the east, and by the North Saskatchewan River Valley to the north and south west. William Hawrelak Park and the Royal Mayfair Golf Club are found to the west of the neighbourhood, just across Groat Road. Emily Murphy Park is located just north of Windsor Park.

Windsor Park Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 80
Average Price: $457,441
Highest Price: $1,889,000
Lowest Price: $119,900

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Windsor Park is a well-established central Edmonton neighbourhood close to the North Saskatchewan River Valley. There is never a lack of places to check out or things to do when you live in this great location.  

Windsor Park Elementary School, the neighbourhood park, community league, hall, and outdoor ice rink are all located in the heart of the neighbourhood. The Community League was established in 1947 and first used the Medical Building and the U of A to plan and organize their events. A clubhouse was completed in 1949 at its 11814 - 87 Avenue site. A community centre built two years later continues to serve the league, after renovations in 1970 and 1990. More about Windsor Park...

Windsor Park Listings

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Windsor Park’s History

When the Edmonton Settlement was first surveyed, the area now called Windsor Park neighbourhood was River Lot 3 and in 1882 it was owned and farmed by Allan Omand. The neighbourhood became part of Edmonton in 1912 when Edmonton and the City of Strathcona amalgamated.

The Windsor Park Subdivision was created in 1911, just prior to amalgamation during the land booms in the early part of the century. Most of the area remained undeveloped until the 1940s and 1950s when it was partially re-subdivided and developed. In 1955, construction of the Groat Road Bridge improved access to central Edmonton.

Windsor Park Today

Windsor Park is almost exclusively a neighbourhood of single-detached housing at 98 percent. A small number of businesses that serve local residents and university students within the surrounding area are located along 87 Avenue. Many enjoy the spectacular views from vantage points along Saskatchewan Drive.

Windsor Park came in as Edmonton’s 15th Best Neighbourhood to live in in 2017 by Avenue Magazine.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

Listing information last updated on August 19th, 2019 at 8:31am MDT.