Holyrood Edmonton Real Estate
The main distinction of Holyrood from all other neighborhoods in Edmonton is that many of the residences integrate design features that are characteristic of the 1950s. The community is bounded by 98 Avenue on the north, 90 Avenue on the south, 75 Street on the east, and 85 Street on the west. The downtown core can be accesed through 98 Avenue and Connors Road. Rexall Place and Edmonton Northlands can be accessed through 75 Street, which passes through Wayne Gretzky Drive.
The major roadways are providing access to other venues within the city. The tree lined streets in the interior are strategically arranged in a grid pattern (modified) and are incorporating landscaped street islands. Local traffic is carried in most streets, except 79 Street and 95 Avenue, which both function as collector roads at the same time.
The community’s inception was believed to have dated in the early 1900s. It took several other names before finally settling at Holyrood. Those were Mount Pleasant, East Edmonton, and Balmoral. There are two explanations of the possible source of the current name. First, Holyrood is an anglicized version of the Scots phrase haly ruid, which means holy cross. Second, the name may have been derived from the name Holyrood Abbey, a residential community in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Most of the residences were constructed from 1940s to 1960s. Many of the remainder were constructed in the 1970s. Single family homes are the most common type of dwellings, accounting for up to 72% of all houses in the neighborhood. Row houses, duplexes, and apartments comprise the remainder of the homes. About 63% of all residences are occupied by the owners and the remaining 37% are rented.
In the southeast portion of the neighborhood is a small commercial plaza. In the southwest is the Bonnie Doon Mall. There is a school within the area, the Holyrood Elementary School, which is being run by the Edmonton Public School System.
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Courtesy Of Trina Hodges Of RE/MAX Elite
Location! Location!! Location!!! Lovingly Maintained Bungalow In Holyrood Backing Parkland Featuring 5 Bedrooms And 2 Baths. Updated Exterior Welcomes You To The Home And Invites You Into The Spacious Layout With Sierra Stone Flooring Throu
Courtesy Of Stephen Koehn Of RE/MAX River City
Full Size (4510sft) Development Lot With Just Over 37 Ft Of East Facing Frontage On A Beautiful Elm Lined Street. 9 Minute Walk (750m) To Future Lrt Stop. 3 Minute Walk To Playground And Holyrood Elementary School. You Can Choose Their O
Courtesy Of Carol Selinger Of Royal Lepage Noralta Real Estate
Beauty Of A Location, Only 1 Block To Vimy Ridge School, 3 Blocks To Holyrood School And 3 Blocks To Bonnie Doon Mall And The Future Lrt. All Hardwood Floors(real,original,refinished) Throughout The Main Floor Except For The Bathroom Which
Courtesy Of Scott Macmillan Of RE/MAX Elite
Absolute Gem....gorgeous Yard With Mature Trees....fresh Paint And Brand New Carpet In The Basement....perfect Access To The River Valley/downtown....from The Post Card Curb Appeal, Immediately Your Drawn To The Front Steps. The Traditional
Courtesy Of Ezmina Samaroo Of MaxWell Challenge Realty
So Many Possibilities… Fantastic Opportunity In Desirable Holyrood. 51.6x 129.9 Lot (622.5m2) Ideal Property For First Home, Investor Or Developer. Live In It, Rent It, Potential To Add Garage With Suite, Re-develop With 2 Skinnies…this 2 B
Courtesy Of Peter Schalin Of RE/MAX Elite
7 Minutes To Downtown, Quiet Crescent Location! Fabulous Holyrood Location: 7 Minutes To Downtown, 3 Minutes To River Valley. Short Walk To The New Lrt Station, Holyrood Park, Holyrood Elementary School (includes French Immersion Program)
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Listing information last updated on July 15th, 2018 at 8:31pm MDT.