Edmonton Community Spotlight: Donsdale in West Edmonton Featured Image

Donsdale is an affluent neighbourhood located in scenic West Edmonton. Nestled alongside the North Saskatchewan River Valley, Donsdale boasts fantastic views, close proximity to amenities and beautiful single-family homes. Luxury properties complete with large lots and lavish finishes account for all real estate opportunities in the area, making it ideal for buyers in search of a high-end home in a picture-perfect neighbourhood.

Did you know? Donsdale was named after Frank Doncaster, a landowner in the area during the 1940s.

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Donsdale

Perfect for growing families, most detached luxury homes in Donsdale feature an average of four bedrooms, four bathrooms and 2,500+ square feet of living space. Though the…

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Christmas 2022

If you’re looking for a few fun and family-friendly ways to celebrate the holidays this year, here are a some of our top suggestions.

1. Jingle Bells: Dashing Through the Snow

When: Nov. 19th, 2022 – Jan. 2nd, 2023

Where: The Muttart Conservatory

The Muttart Conservatory’s Feature Pyramid will be the site of many evening concerts this season, including two Candlelight Christmas performances from three-time Canadian folk award nominees, The McDades. All performances will be highlighted by Muttart-grown poinsettias, a snow-inspired light show and photo opportunities with Santa. Combined, the Muttart pyramids include more than 700 species of plants in three climate-regulated biodomes: arid, temperate and tropical.

2. Luminaria: A…

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The Benefits of Choosing a Semi Detached Duplex Home in Edmonton

From growing families and first-time buyers to downsizers and working professionals, Edmonton duplexes are ideal for every taste, lifestyle and budget. In addition, these spacious semi-detached homes offer many of the same benefits as the average single-family property, less the price tag and maintenance.

Here are just a few of the many benefits that come with owning a duplex in Edmonton:

Duplex Living Defined

In short, duplexes are multi-family homes containing two units in the same building. Duplexes are commonly side-by-side, but they may consist of two floors with separate entrances. Unlike a townhome or apartment-style condo, duplexes share only one common wall with the neighbouring unit, giving them more of a “single-family home feel.”

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Skyrattler in Southwest Edmonton

Welcome to scenic Skyrattler! This nature-friendly neighbourhood offers buyers the best of Southwest Edmonton thanks to its beautiful setting, recreational opportunities and proximity to shops and services. Even better, Skyrattler is known for its reasonably priced real estate opportunities, consisting mainly of low-maintenance apartments and spacious townhomes. If you’re searching for a quiet, family-oriented community to call home, Skyrattler may be just what you’re looking for.

Did you know? Like all other neighbourhoods comprising the Kaskitayo area, Skyrattler takes its name from an esteemed Aboriginal leader. Skyrattler was Cree Chief of the Winterburn band when Edmonton first became a city in 1904.

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in…

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Glenora Edmonton

One of Edmonton’s most historic neighbourhoods, Glenora is distinguished by its mature elm trees, historic homes and proximity to MacKinnon Ravine and the North Saskatchewan River Valley. While many homes in the area are updated character homes, there are plenty of new infill options to choose from, including contemporary low-rise apartments. Notable local and nearby amenities include several schools, Government House Park, the Royal Mayfair Golf Club and a wealth of shops, services and restaurants – all just moments away in the surrounding neighbourhoods.

Community Profile 

Glenora’s roots date back to 1869 when Malcolm Groat (Groat Road) staked out the area as part of a 900-acre claim. The land was then sold to real estate agent James…

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Bergman is one of three modern-day communities that comprised the former Town of Beverly. Along with Beacon Heights and Beverly Heights, Bergman’s roots date back to the town’s former coal mining industry, established in the early 1900s. Though the last mine was closed in the 1950s, Beverly continued to grow as a residential suburb until 1961, when the town (pop. 9,000) amalgamated with the greater City of Edmonton.

Did you know? Bergman was named after Gustave C. Bergman, the first mayor of the Town of Beverly. The town itself took its name from the Town of Beverly in Yorkshire, England. 

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Bergman

Single-family homes account for nearly 80% of all real estate choices in Bergman. Four-bedroom, two-bathroom…

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Canossa in Northwest Edmonton

Canossa is a newer neighbourhood located in far Northwest Edmonton. First established in the early 2000s, it is one of several communities making up the larger Castle Downs district. Characterized by quiet cul-de-sacs, open green spaces, spacious single-family homes and proximity to amenities, Canossa is a popular choice among families looking for a great place to grow.

Did you know? Like all communities in Castledowns, Canossa takes its name from a famous European castle. In this case, Canossa Castle (est, 940 AD.), near Bologna in Northern Italy. 

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Canossa

Single-family homes are the most common home style in Canossa, accounting for over 80% of all real estate opportunities. Two-storey homes with double…

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