Thanks to its diverse range of home styles and affordable prices, West Edmonton remains a popular choice among Edmonton home buyers. So whether you’re a first-time buyer in search of a low-maintenance apartment-style condo or a busy family on the hunt for a little more room to grow, West Edmonton has something to offer every taste, lifestyle and budget.

Callingwood North 

Average Listing Price: $190,000

Minimum Listing Price: $115,000

Maximum Listing Price: $370,000

Callingwood North is a highly accessible community bordered by 178th Street to the west, Whitemud Drive to the north and 170th Street to the east. Located just moments from the 800+ shops, services, restaurants and recreation venues of West Edmonton Mall, residents of Callingwood North enjoy having countless amenities at their fingertips. The area is also home to Callingwood Park (one of the city’s largest parks), two schools, a family YMCA and an off-leash dog area.

Most residential development in Callingwood North took place during the 1970s, with an emphasis on medium and high-density housing. As a result, roughly 80% of home styles within the neighbourhood consist of low-maintenance townhomes and low-rise apartments starting in the mid 100s. A small number of affordable detached homes can also be found in the community, featuring an average of three bedrooms and bathrooms for $350,000.

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Jamieson Place

Average Listing Price: $422,000

Minimum Listing Price: $250,000

Maximum Listing Price: $495,000

Jamieson Place was first established in the early 1980s, with development continuing over the next ten years. Affordable single-family homes account for nearly all home styles in the community, ranging from updated split-level homes and roomy bungalows to convenient, two-storey front attached models. No matter which style best suits your unique needs, the neighbourhood’s detached homes feature an average of four bedrooms and bathrooms and 1,500+ square feet of flexible living space, starting in the mid 400s.

In addition to its broad selection of single-family homes, Jamieson Place is also popular due to its local amenities (a public elementary school) and its proximity to popular shops and services, such as West Edmonton Mall and the Shops of Granville. The community also sits within a short distance of several major commuter roads, the Edmonton Country Club and the North Saskatchewan River Valley.

La Perle 

Average Listing Price: $236,000

Minimum Listing Price: $120,000

Maximum Listing Price: $498,000

Defined by the Anthony Henday to the west, 100th Ave to the north, 178th Street to the east and 95th Ave to the south, La Perle sits within moments of West Edmonton Mall, the Terra Losa Shopping Centre and Mayfield Common. But that’s not all. Locally, La Perle is home to a public elementary school, ample amounts of open green space and an active community league, adding to the neighbourhood’s family-friendly appeal.

La Perle is also known for its vast array of home styles, including everything from single-family homes and duplexes to townhomes and apartment-style condos. Detached residences account for just under half of all homes in the area, starting in the low 300s. Low-rise apartments account for another 20% of homes, making the area ideal for first-time buyers, downsizers, and Edmonton real estate investors.

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Though nearly all La Perle homes were constructed in the 80s and 90s, most properties in the neighbourhood have undergone recent renovations – now featuring a wealth of modern upgrades such as new appliances and systems, flooring and cabinetry, fully finished basements, etc.


Average Listing Price: $244,000

Minimum Listing Price: $120,000

Maximum Listing Price: $420,000

Situated within close proximity to both the West Anthony Henday and Whitemud Drive, Lymburn strikes a perfect balance between quiet, family-friendly atmosphere and easy accessibility. Thanks to its ideal location, residents of this all-in-one community also appreciate having West Edmonton Mall, Misericordia Community Hospital, the Jamie Platz Family YMCA, North Saskatchewan River Valley (and more) within arms’ reach.

Equally as accessible are the neighbourhood’s home prices, with smaller-sized starter homes priced in the high 200s. Though detached properties are the predominant home style within Lymburn, townhomes are also prevalent throughout. Constructed between the 1970s and 1990s, these attached homes typically offer three bedrooms and two bathrooms, modern upgrades and 1,000 square feet for as low as $130,000. A small number of duplexes and low-rise apartment-style condos can also be found throughout the neighbourhood.

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Webber Greens 

Average Listing Price: $443,000

Minimum Listing Price: $379,000

Maximum Listing Price: $500,000

First established in the early 2000s, Webber Greens is a newer West Edmonton community celebrated for its scenic golf course views and affordable new construction homes. The neighbourhood represents one of several comprising the larger Lewis Estates district, defined by Highway 16A to the north, the Anthony Henday to the east and Whitemud Drive to the south. 

Featuring vast amounts of open green space, walking trails and ponds, Webber Greens is an outdoor-friendly community that lives up to its name. The area also houses a convenient commercial district, offering an array of shops, services and restaurants, as well as two schools and an active community league. Additional schools, recreation amenities, shops, and services (including West Edmonton Mall) are also located just a short drive away.

Despite being a brand-new neighbourhood in an ultra-desirable location, homes in Webber Greens are remarkably affordable. Single-family homes, which account for just over half of all residences, are incredibly well-priced, with three-bedroom, three-bathroom models starting in the mid 300s. Duplexes and townhomes account for nearly all remaining home styles in the area, offering a spacious, lower-cost alternative to the community’s detached properties. A few apartment-style condo opportunities can also be found throughout. 

To learn more about Edmonton homes for sale and real estate opportunities in West Edmonton, please contact us. For other comprehensive Edmonton community info, check out our Edmonton Communities Blog or download your free copy of our guideYour All-In-One Guide to Choosing the Right Edmonton Neighbourhood.

Note: Average neighbourhood listing prices will vary according to homes currently listed.  

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