Located in West Edmonton, Oleskiw is one of the city’s largest residential neighbourhoods. This established community is also home to Alberta’s oldest private golf club, offering some of the most breathtaking views in the capital region. 

But that’s not all.

Bounded by the Willow Ravine to the north and the North Saskatchewan River to the east, Oleskiw offers discerning home buyers a broad array of luxury homes in a beautiful, naturally secluded setting. 

Community Profile 

Oleskiw is an older neighbourhood, defined by mature trees and quiet, curvilinear streets and crescents. Development began in the 1970s, though most of the area’s single-family homes were built during the 1980s. All remaining residences were constructed between 1990…

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Larkspur is a newer neighbourhood located in Southeast Edmonton. Part of the greater Meadows district, Larkspur is an amenity-friendly community known for its broad array of modern home styles – including roomy single-family homes and duplexes, contemporary townhomes and apartment-style condos. In addition, Larkspur’s proximity to Whitemud Drive makes the community extremely accessible, providing a convenient commute to popular South Edmonton amenities and the greater capital region.

Did you know? Like all neighbourhoods comprising the Meadows, Larkspur takes its name from a plant/flower. In this case, an old-fashioned annual flower known for its many colours. 

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Larkspur

Though development in Larkspur began in…

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Simply put, infill refers to the process of building brand new homes on vacant or under-used land within an already established neighbourhood. This typically involves either buying an existing, older home and demolishing it to build a brand new one OR buying a vacant lot (in which the home has already been removed) for the same purpose.

For Edmonton home buyers seeking both a contemporary new home and a mature community characterized by tree-lined streets, walkability, established amenities, and endless charm, infill homes represent the best of both worlds.

Could an infill home be the right decision for you and your family? Here are six key benefits to consider:

1. Fantastic Locations

Edmonton is home to an amazing array of diverse,…

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The Northeast Edmonton community of Belvedere encompasses all real estate located east of 66th Street, south of 137th Ave and west of the LRT corridor. A mature neighbourhood, Belvedere was formerly a part of the Village of North Edmonton, annexed by the greater City of Edmonton in 1910. Despite the community’s long history, most residential construction did not occur until the 1950s, emphasizing single-family homes. Over the last few decades, development in and around the area has resulted in a tight-knit and family-friendly neighbourhood, celebrated for its array of affordable home styles and proximity to amenities.

Did you know? The Village of North Edmonton was also referred to as “Packingtown,” due to the number of meatpacking plants in the…

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Manufactured homes are rapidly becoming the go-to choice among Edmonton home buyers, and not just because they represent some of the most affordable homes for sale on the Edmonton market. Following their ultra-low-price tag, these models are highly sought after due to the unique community atmosphere they provide – an atmosphere you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else.

Located in nearly every quadrant of the city, these one-of-a-kind neighbourhoods can be found throughout the capital region, each celebrated for its accessible location, distinct community features, and budget-friendly homes.

Manufactured Home Living in Spruce Grove 

Spruce Grove is home to two popular manufactured home communities: Mobile City Estates and Parkland…

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Calder is a residential neighbourhood located in Northwest Edmonton. A mature community defined by tree-lined streets and established amenities, Calder’s roots date back to 1910 and the arrival of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. At that time, Calder (or the Village of West Edmonton) was settled as a small railroad colony before it was annexed by the greater City of Edmonton in 1917. Today, Calder offers Edmonton home buyers a broad range of affordable home styles, catering to every taste, lifestyle, and budget.

Did you know? Calder was named after real estate developer Hugh Calder. Calder was the proprietor of the Calder Land Company and served as an alderman on Edmonton City Council between 1912 and 1916. 

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in…

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Boasting affordable real estate opportunities and a friendly atmosphere, Alberta’s capital city has a lot to offer newcomers. If you’re considering moving to Edmonton, here are ten awesome things you should know:

1. Canada’s Festival City 

Home to over 50 festivals each year, Edmonton is known as Canada’s festival city. Come rain, snow or shine, Edmonton hosts multiple cultural, food, arts, entertainment and music events, appealing to every age and interest. A few of Edmonton’s many popular festivals include:

  • Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival
  • Edmonton Folk Music Festival
  • Taste of Edmonton
  • Edmonton Heritage Festival
  • Edmonton International Film Festival
  • Ice on Whyte
  • Silver Skate Festival 
  • Etc.


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