Many modern residential neighbourhoods have a similar design and concept. It is difficult to differentiate one from the other because they all look similar, which can become pretty monotonous after a while. Many prospective homeowners want something unique, something that will suit their personality and their requirements at the same time.
Northeast Edmonton is the perfect solution if that’s what you need. This location is especially suitable for military families because the Canadian Forces base is in the vicinity. It is one of Edmonton’s oldest communities and has been thriving for several decades now. The area expanded in the 1910s and was further developed in 1920s.
It’s known for its charming brick houses that hold a timeless appeal. When you go further north or east of this community, the architecture becomes more modern and urban. Prospective residents can choose between multi-family condos, independent units, charming bungalows, and semi-detached homes.
Northeast Edmonton has the Yellowhead Trail on the southern border, 97 Street to the west, and the city limits to the north and east. The location is ideal for people who want to get away from city crowds but still need access to all amenities, which is what makes this location so special.
Price 998 listings
Days on Market 998 listings
4 years MAX
Area $320 per sqft.
There are several different neighborhoods in this region and all of them offer something unique. The property costs vary from one neighbourhood to another so people can easily find something that suits their requirements. Here’s a look at some of the most popular communities here:
Highlands is home to some spectacular and well-appointed large properties. This neighbourhood is located near the North Saskatchewan River Valley so residents can enjoy wonderful views. The community has been around since 1912 so it has an old-school vibe.
Brintnell is a newer neighbourhood and it is mostly made up of single-family homes. That makes the community perfect for young families with children. There is a green corridor where residents can enjoy walking, biking, or experiencing outdoors.
This is also a new neighbourhood and was developed in the 1990s. Thee community has parks and green areas so there’s always something to explore outdoors. A large storm water pond offers great views and enriches the neighbourhood environment.
This is one of the newest developments in Northeast Edmonton, which means the houses are modern, urban, and versatile. This development can accommodate over 3,000 residents and is designed with families in mind.