King Edward Park Homes For Sale - Southeast Edmonton
See today's King Edward Park homes for sale & Southeast Edmonton real estate listings below. One of the greenest neighbourhoods in Edmonton, King Edward Park is bounded to the north and west by a major arterial road, to the east by 82nd Avenue (Whyte Avenue), and to the south by 76th Avenue, which is a collector roadway. For information about King Edward Park neighbourhood properties for sale in Southeast Edmonton or to schedule an exclusive home tour, contact your King Edward Park real estate experts today.
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Courtesy Of Jay Herrick Of RE/MAX Elite
What An Opportunity! What A Location! Attention Infill Builders & Dreamers. Huge 45' X 130' Corner Lot With Rf3 Zoning Is Located Only 2 Blocks Off Whyte Avenue On A Quiet, Tree Lined Street. Single Family Home With Garage Suite, Duplex Or
Courtesy Of Bill Reid Of Homes & Gardens Real Estate Limited
Huge Price Reduction!!! Best Of Both Worlds; This Beautifully Crafted, Modern Designed Brand New 1/2 Duplex Close To Schools And Parks. Over 1662 Sq Ft, Finished Basement, Double Garage. Only The Finest In Quality Of Craftsmanship And Mater
Courtesy Of Landon Lovig Of MaxWell Devonshire
Opportunity Awaits , You Wont Want To Miss Out … This Perfectly Located 3 Bedroom House Comes With A Front Deck For Entertaining , Huge South Facing Back Yard , Fruit Trees , Raspberry Bushes , Plenty Of Room For A Double Garage , Parking ,
Courtesy Of Susan Evans Of Purplebricks
Large Lot With South Facing Back Yard. Plenty Of Space To Build On This 507 Square Meter Lot. mere Blocks From Mill Creek Ravine, Whyte Avenue, Bonnie Doon & New Lrt. Easy Access To Downtown Or University And To Anthony Henday Via Sherwood
Courtesy Of Jacquie Smith Of 2% Realty Pro
Condo / Townhouse
Super Spacious! This Condo Has It All! 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Titled Parking Stalls, A Huge Den (being Used As Additional Family Room), A Kitchen With Eating Bar, Large Dining Area And Insuite Laundry/storage Room. Live The Lifestyle Y
Courtesy Of Graham Hein Of Homes & Gardens Real Estate Limited
Award Wining Home In A Dream Location. Located On A Tree Lined Street In The Highly Desirable Area Of King Edward Park This 2 Storey Home Is A Rare Find. One Block From The Mill Creek Ravine And Just Minutes From Whyte Ave, Uofa And Down To
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King Edward Park Real Estate Market
The most common type of housing unit in King Edward Park today is the single detached home, which accounts for around 57% of all dwellings. Following this, duplexes are the next most common style of home, accounting for 24% of all properties in the area. Third, comes low rise apartments, which account for 19% of all homes. Regarding tenure, 52% of homes in the area are owner occupied, with 48% occupied by renters.
Single detached units are the most common type of dwelling in the neighbourhood of King Edward Park. These account for approximately 57% of all residences. The next common residence is the duplex with 24% accountability and the remaining 19% are rented apartments located in low rise buildings with fewer than five stories. As for tenure, 52% of residences are owner occupied and 48% are renter occupied.
King Edward Park Community History
Residency in the area dates back to 1870, when the land on which King Edward Park now stands was used for agricultural purposes. The land was first settled by James Inkster, who, in 1907, sold most of his land. In the year 1909, the City of Strathcona annexed the area to the west of 91st Street. Just two years after this, the City of Strathcona and Edmonton merged, at which point King Edward Park was fully assimilated into the city.
Despite being annexed into the city of Edmonton in 1913, the area remained largely agricultural, with residential development only really kicking off in the 1950s. Following the start of construction, a portion of land located to the east of 75th Street was also annexed to the city of Edmonton. This took place in 1960, and the land was immediately given over to developers and continued to build homes well into the 1970s and 1980s.
King Edward Park Community Amenities
Amenity wise, the neighbourhood is positively thriving, with great shopping and nightlife opportunities located at Mill Creek Ravine and White Avenue, while the Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre is just a few minutes' drive away. Also located nearby is the University of Alberta's North campus.
King Edward Park School Information
King Edward Park is home to two schools, Don Elementary Junior High School and St James Catholic Elementary School.
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Listing information last updated on January 21st, 2019 at 9:31am MST.