Craigavon homes for sale provide a perfect home base from which to raise your family. Right at the eastern end of Sherwood Park, and only a 20-minute drive from downtown Edmonton, Craigavon homes put you in walking distance to great parks and schools and in commuting distance to virtually any Edmonton-area job. With most homes available for around half-a-million dollars, and offering four or more bedrooms, Craigavon offers plenty of space for a growing family at about the median price for a Canadian suburban homes, making it an attractive choice for anyone who's looking to balance a comfortable small-town neighborhood with easy access to all the fun and opportunity of the big city.
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Discover Craigavon Real Estate
Homes for sale in Craigavon are all detached single-family homes, but that doesn't mean any two are alike. In particular, the homes range between two primary styles: some are two-story homes, while others are bungalows. Regardless of style, these homes can offer anywhere between four and six bedrooms, and typically provide around 2,000 square feet of living space, making them a very comfortable fit even for a growing family. Also, you'll find home prices in Craigavon to be remarkably consistent, with most homes selling for somewhere between $450,000 and $550,000. As a result, you'll have an easier time tracking the value of your Craigavon home over time, as the sale prices of other homes in your neighbourhood will reliably be similar to what you could expect to get when it's time to sell your home.
The vast majority of the homes in Craigavon were built in the late '80s and early '90s, which makes them ideal for anyone who's sick of the "McMansion" suburbs of the 21st century. These homes are well constructed, with beneficial features such as heated garages and tankless water heaters, as well as other modern features like central air conditioning and vaulted ceilings. And while the overall construction of these homes reflects the sensible tastes of the previous generation, the interiors tend to have been renovated with the latest and greatest amenities, such as granite countertops, kitchen islands, and skylights. But the biggest benefit of these homes being a bit older is that they've had time to grow healthy, mature trees on their properties—while you may not feel as though you're in the wilderness, you'll have shade and privacy on many Craigavon lots.
With large garages, fully furnished basements, and luxurious master suites, these homes should appeal to anyone who absolutely needs space. If you have (or are about to have) a house full of teenagers, you can't go wrong with a Craigavon home. With gently winding streets and dead-ends limiting traffic, as well as an abundance of well-integrated greenspace throughout the neighbourhood, you can think of the streets and parks as a safe extension of your backyard, ideal for letting your children play. Truly, Craigavon homes are a dream for families.
Life in Craigavon
There are many benefits to living in Craigavon. Surrounding your beautiful home, you'll find a number of easily accessible green spaces, including a greenbelt to the west. Just outside the community, but still within walking distance, are a few great outdoor attractions to the south: there's Strathcona Athletic Park, as well as a large lake with trails, and Heritage Wetlands Park just to the southwest. Meanwhile, across Baseline Road to the north, you'll find a nice little plaza with a Tim Hortons, a McDonald's, and a Sobeys, as well as a few convenient banks.
Schools within walking distance include FR Haythorne Junior High and Bev Facey Community High, and you're well connected to the rest of Sherwood Park through Baseline Road and Highway 21. That means you'll have no trouble getting to Broadmoor Arena, Millennium Park, and all the other great Sherwood Park attractions. And downtown Edmonton is only ever a 20-minute drive away!