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Downtown Central Edmonton has taken many shapes and forms since the days our city was a fur trading post on the banks of the North Saskatchewan. It’s transformed from purely commercial to residential to a mix of both since the turn of the century.     Today, downtown is a varied blend of institutional, office, retail, warehouse, and residential land uses. This complex mix creates an exciting and dynamic neighbourhood to live and work.    No one is surprised to see an almost perfect 94 score on the walk-ability scale, coupled with LRT stations dotted throughout downtown, a high 84 score on the transit scale makes the area ideal for residents working in the various job markets downtown or travelling to other parts of the city via…
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Today we’re looking at the Summerside neighbourhood located in South east Edmonton.  Summerside is a relatively new neighbourhood with development beginning in 2000. It features a good variety of price points for listings and with a variety of green spaces, schools and of course Summerside Lake.    

  • Highly rated in Family and Safety services it’s not surprising to see the majority of residents fall within the younger 21 to 40 year old age bracket with an average income of over $100,000.  Five public and Catholic schools are in, or nearby to accommodate educational needs. 

  • The jewel of the neighbourhood is Summerside Lake, a 32-acre area with tons of sports and recreational activities, green spaces, an extensive pathway system and

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We hear the name Terwillegar quite a bit in Edmonton, but did you know the area was named after Dr. Norman L. Terwillegar who was a pioneer and a distinguished surgeon who practised at the Royal Alex for 35 years… me either !

  • Aptly named for its location in the deep South of Terwillegar Heights, the neighbourhood is only about 15 years old and reflects contemporary urban planning concepts yet incorporates aspects of traditional neighbourhood design by utilizing a modified grid pattern. 

  • With about 26% - low density,     45% - medium density,   28% - street oriented units and roughly 1% accounting for mixed use, the higher residential densities and a variety of housing types offer far more choice and selection than typical

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Just a quick drive down the Henday from the South and now the North, Sherwood Park is home to some amazing hidden gem neighbourhoods and the neighbourhood of Summerwood sure does qualify for that title.

  • As picturesque as its name, Summerwood is creek side living nestled in a fantastic natural park-like setting with walking and biking trails, large lots and plenty of play spaces for the kids. The new Strathcona Community Hospital is located minutes away.  No surprise here, that this neighbourhood is a prime destination for home buyers seeking the ideal family friendly community. 

  • Sherwood Park has over 20 Catholic and Public schools to meet the educational needs and wants of your family.  The Strathcona County Transit system

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