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Let's check out the neighbourhood of Ambleside, found in southwest Edmonton. It’s bound on the north by the Henday, south by Ellerslie Road, on the west by 170th Street/Terwillegar Drive, and to the east by 141st Street.

  • Ambleside features a great mix of single- and multi-family residences, duplexes and condos.  Lower density housing makes up roughly 55% of residential, medium density about 30% and the remaining 15% is high density.  This provides a terrific selection of options for a home buyer.


  • A beautifully landscaped central park features a walkway system that connects residents to parks, storm ponds, a natural treed area, and adjacent neighbourhoods, not to mention the three golf courses located nearby.  Ambleside has

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Easily one of the most recognizable neighbourhoods in Edmonton, Old Strathcona has been a vital part of the community since the arrival of the railroad in 1891 and officially joined the city of Edmonton in 1912.  

  • Today Old Strathcona is renowned for slightly different reasons!  Centered on the well known “Whyte Ave” with boutique shops, amazing restaurants’, the world famous Fringe festival and even quiet spots for a coffee, Old Strathcona offers an exciting lifestyle choice. 

  • With almost 65% of the residents under the age of forty, no one’s surprised that Old Strathcona rates a four out of five in Recreation and a five out of five in Lifestyle, on the Community Scores survey based in part on the vibrant theatre, music and art

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Welcome to the downtown community of Oliver.  It’s almost its own little town in the heart of Edmonton.

  • Dating back to its beginnings in the 1880’s the area has naturally undergone some big transformations over time. 

  • It’s beautiful tree-lined boulevards has always made it a favourite with Edmontonian's, whether we’re looking for single family homes, apartments or condos. 

  • With a robust commercial mix, the neighbourhood boasts some of the city’s best restaurants, boutique retail and even a “Brewery District”. It’s become a very attractive area for the 1 or 2 younger adult households to live and to work.  And of course the engaging and unique, 124th Street district forms Oliver’s western boundary. 

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Terwillegar is a well known area in Edmonton and is made up of seven distinct neighbourhoods.  Terwillegar Towne is located pretty much right in the middle of the area.  

  • Generally located in the south west section of the city, Terwillegar only began development in the late 1990’s and is comprised of primarily single and semi-detached homes and apartment style buildings.  It’s the first Edmonton neighbourhood based on a New Urbanism design model that encourages higher pedestrian usage with houses built closer to the street to provide a more neighbourly feel.


  • With parks, schools and a Towne square providing the focal point of the community, natural elements were carefully incorporated in the design through the use of open

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Today we’re looking at the family friendly neighbourhood of Wild Rose.

  • Named after Alberta's official flower, Wild Rose is bounded by 38th Avenue to the north, 17th Street to the east, and 34th Street to the west. The area was once used as farmland and the southern part of the neighbourhood was left in its natural state as part of the development plan. It’s a newer neighbourhood with over 80% of the residences built after 1990.


  • Wild Rose is a contemporary mix of housing types, predominantly single and semi-detached homes, apartment style condominiums, row housing, and apartments.  Amenities include excellent employment opportunities at South Edmonton Common and the nearby Edmonton Research Park. A junior high school is located

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