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The McLeod neighborhood is part of Casselman-Steele District plan developed more than 50 years ago. The north part of the community is bordered by 153rd Avenue, to the south is 144th Avenue, to the east is 58th Street, and to the west is 66th Street. Several residential communities surround McLeod and the neighborhood is linked to major roads that offer residents easy access to other areas of the city.
By the 1950s, the construction of the residential area in this community was well under way. In the 1980s, most of McLeod was already developed. Just like a lot of suburban communities during its time, the use of land in this community is mainly dedicated to residential use. What is unique about McLeod is that practically all of the residential properties that were built were single detached housing. Many of these homes were constructed in the 1960s.
The community of McLeod was named in honor of Murdoch McLeod. He was an early pioneer in the area and was originally from Scotland. When he arrived in Canada, in 1861 he joined the Hudson Bay Company. McLeod spent six years in the Arctic and in Manitoba where he was a Riel Rebellion prisoner. In 1879 he moved to Edmonton and did farming in the area of Belmont.
McLeod Homes and Real Estate
The layout of McLeod is traditional of the subdivisions created during the 1960s. The streets are designed in cul-de-sacs and crescents and the residential lots are generous in size. In a lot of the communities, schools are located at the center. The four schools in the neighborhood of McLeod are located by the southeast perimeter of the neighborhood. In this area of the community, the park and school sites service the children residing in McLeod as well as those in the nearby communities like Casselman, located to the east of McLeod.
The schools in the neighborhood consist of McLeod Elementary School, Steele Heights Junior High School, St. Dominic Catholic Elementary School, and J.J Bowlen Catholic Junior High School. Other notable places include the McLeod Community League, Steele Heights Baptist Church, and St. Dominic Savior Parish. There are also numerous bus stations in McLeod that help residents easily get around the community.
McLeod Real Estate Listings in NE Edmonton
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Courtesy Of Cheryl Larsen Of Century 21 Vantage Realty Ltd.
Great Family Home Located In A Quiet Cul-du-sac And Close To Schools, Shopping And Bus Routes. This Almost 1100 Sq Ft Bi-level Home, With A Walkout Basement, Has 5 Bedrooms In Total (3 On Main And 2 Downstairs) For A Growing Family. Open C
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Listing information last updated on December 22nd, 2014 at 5:31am MST.