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Not many neighbourhoods in Edmonton can claim to be well over a hundred years old, but Ritchie is one of them. It was named for Robert Ritchie the former Mayor of Strathcona. The historic Ritchie Mill still stands on the corner of Saskatchewan Drive and 102nd Street. 

  • Because of its long history and location, Ritchie has evolved into an area of mixed land use. Although primarily residential, it does contain a number of commercial and light industrial properties. Almost 50 per cent of all residential units in Ritchie are single-detached homes. A nice mixture of semi-detached dwellings along with low to medium-rise apartments and some row housing, account for the rest.
  • Ritchie scores a five out five in the Community Scores - Lifestyle category
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Get to know Lakeland Ridge in Sherwood Park

 

Today we’re going to look at the neighbourhood of Lakeland Ridge located in beautiful Sherwood Park. Just minutes east of Edmonton, Sherwood Park features all the amenities you could ask for in a community to call home.

  • Sherwood Park, developed on the Smeltzer family farm land in 1955, is technically designated as a Hamlet! The Sherwood Park Urban Service Area has a large enough population to be Alberta’s 7th largest city.
  • Lakeland Ridge features newer construction builds and established dwellings. An average listing price of $425,000 lands right in the middle of the $200,000 starter condo’s to 5 bedroom $800,000 estate-style homes.
  • Lakeland itself is quiet and family friendly with many
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Driving into the Lymburn neighbourhood is like driving into a comfortable, familiar place. It features a street layout typical of the late 80’s and early 1990’s with cul-de-sacs and keyhole crescents. A great place to get to know your neighbours. 

  • Lymburn rates high in all the right Community Score categories. Both Family and Safety Services rank 4 out of 5, with Recreation and Lifestyle close behind with 3 out of 5. Schools are centrally situated along with retail and professional services located in the neighbourhood shopping centre.
  • Over 70 percent of residences are owned, single family homes, with the remaining housing a mix of low-rise apartments and duplexes. The average age groups in the neighbourhood are almost equally split between the
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