Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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Ambleside is a neighborhood in southwest Edmonton. Residents enjoy a comprehensive walkway system that connects to parks and ponds, as well as The Currents shopping area. The Cineplex Odeon Windermere VIP Theatre is within walking distance and there are three incredible golf courses nearby: Jagare Ridge, River Ridge, and Windermere Golf & Country Club. Anthony Henday quickly connects Ambleside to the rest of Edmonton. Future developments will include a Transit Centre and a Park & Ride facility.
Bonnie Doon is a neighborhood located in south central Edmonton. It is the heart of the Francophone community of Edmonton and it hosts the Francophone Campus Saint-Jean of the University of Alberta. The Millcreek Ravine borders Bonnie Doon to the west and gives its residents a place to unwind. This neighborhood’s proximity to downtown and Whyte Avenue make it ideal for individuals that enjoy exploring the city to find decadent restaurants, new social spots, or fresh farmer’s markets.
Cloverdale is a beautiful neighborhood located across the river from Edmonton’s downtown core. Its proximity to downtown allows Cloverdale residents to enjoy the boutique shops, gourmet dining and cool social spots with the perk of living tucked away from the hustle and bustle. The Edmonton Ski Club and Muttart Conservatory sit right in the middle of the neighborhood. During the summer, Gallagher Park hosts the annual Edmonton Folk Music Festival and brings many Edmontonians together.
Ermineskin is a quiet neighborhood nestled between 111 ST and Calgary Trail, roads which provide easy access to Anthony Henday. The community has a great mix of old and new homes, with new developments such as the Century Park LRT Line and the Century Park shopping area. The LRT line allows for easy access to downtown and the University of Alberta campus. South Edmonton Common is a huge shopping centre that is only minutes away.
Garneau is one of Edmonton’s historic neighborhoods, bordered by the University of Alberta to the west. Students, faculty members, and many families share this lively community. Kinsmen Park and Recreation Centre are conveniently located nearby, plus the beautiful river valley with its many running trails and walking paths. Whyte Avenue is minutes away and it provides Garneau residents with shopping, restaurants, bars and pubs, farmer’s markets, yoga studios, and much more.
Oliver is a community in central Edmonton overlooking the river valley. It’s one of the oldest neighborhoods in Edmonton featuring new developments such as new apartment buildings, old warehouses converted into shops, and Oliver Square shopping centre. This area is fantastic for its location in the heart of Edmonton, close to Grant MacEwan University and the downtown core. Jasper Avenue and 124 Street are lined with shops, restaurants, and many other services Oliver residents can revel in.
Queen Alexandra is a neighborhood in southwest Edmonton. This community is a stone’s throw away from the University of Alberta main campus and Whyte Avenue, which allows its residents to enjoy the many cafes, social spots, restaurants and bars in the area. The Strathcona farmers market is nearby so residents of this neighborhood can enjoy fresh produce every Saturday. The area also offers many schools, including Strathcona High School which is reputable for its academic excellence.
Ritchie is a neighborhood in south east Edmonton. It is a great mix of old and new homes, with a variety of styles available. The neighborhood has great access to Edmonton’s downtown core, as well as Whyte Avenue and the Old Strathcona district where residents can find plenty of unique shops, restaurants, nightlife, social spots, and much more. Residents of Ritchie can also enjoy the Mill Creek Ravine, as it borders the neighborhood to the east.
Riverdale is a quiet and charming neighborhood located minutes away from Edmonton’s downtown core. The neighborhood has preserved its original character of cottage-type homes and turn of the century feel. The area has upheld a lot of its history and includes The Little Brick restaurant, which used to be James Brown Little’s brickyard. Residents can enjoy the river valley’s running trails and walking paths. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the nearby Riverside Golf Course.
Rossdale is a neighborhood located directly south of Edmonton’s downtown core, on the river valley. This community’s proximity to the river was of huge significance to the development of Edmonton’s early industries and it became one of the original neighborhoods settled. Today the community features a great mix of single family homes and condos, close to Edmonton’s dynamic downtown. Rossdale Park, and Victoria Golf Course give the residents a chance the outdoors and to enjoy our river valley.
Rutherford is a residential neighborhood in south Edmonton with a good mix of condos, duplexes and single-family homes. The community has a well-connected pedestrian network that allows residents quick access to green spaces, as well as a shopping area. Ellerslie Road and James Mowatt Trail quickly connect this community to Anthony Henday and the rest of Edmonton.
Strathcona is a neighborhood in south central Edmonton. It encompasses Old Strathcona, a historic district that used to be the commercial core of Strathcona, a separate city at the time. It features a multitude of gourmet restaurants, boutique shops, unique gift stores, a huge farmer’s market, several movie theaters and art centers. A majority of Edmonton’s festivals are held in the Strathcona community throughout the year, including the Fringe Festival and the Ice on Whyte Carving Festival.
Westmount is an established neighborhood in central Edmonton. The area has much to offer, including the retail district along 124 Street and the two small upscale shopping centres on 102 Avenue. Groat Road provides quick and easy access to south Edmonton, including the unique Whyte Avenue and Old Strathcona districts full of shops, restaurants, and many other services. The Victoria Golf Course, Hawrelak Park and Victoria Park offer Westmount residents a chance to enjoy Edmonton’s river valley.
Windermere is a community in southwest Edmonton, bounded by the North Saskatchewan River valley to the west. The neighborhood features large estate homes and deluxe custom built condominiums. Windermere offers a multitude of services including recreational facilities such as heated pools and tennis courts that are only open to residents. The community provides quick access to two spectacular golf and country clubs, Windermere and River Ridge Golf and Country Club.