Edmonton Community Spotlight: Jasper Park in West Edmonton Featured Image

Jasper Park remains one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in West Edmonton. This established community was once a part of the former Town of Jasper Place, annexed by the City of Edmonton in the mid-1960s. With roots dating back to 1912, this beautiful tree-lined area has much to offer Edmonton home buyers, including varied high-end home styles, plenty of recreational opportunities and fantastic commercial amenities. 

Did you know? Several West and Northeast Edmonton neighbourhoods once comprised the Town of Jasper Place, including Britannia Youngstown, Canora, Elmwood, Glenwood, High Park, Mayfield, Meadowlark Park, Rio Terrace and Sherwood. 

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Just under half of all homes in Jasper Park…

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Edmonton Community Brander Gardens in Southwest Edmonton Featured Image

Formally known as the community of Glamorgan, the land comprising Brander Gardens was annexed by the City of Edmonton in the 1960s. Part of the larger Riverbend-Terwillegar Heights Neighbourhood Structure Plan, this desirable area is outdoor-recreation friendly and within proximity of fantastic amenities. A mature community, Brander Gardens boasts quiet streets and wooded areas, as well as local parks and green spaces. From luxury estate homes to affordable apartment-style condos, Brander Gardens has something to offer every taste, lifestyle and budget. 

Did you know? Brander Gardens was named in honour of Edmonton resident George Brander. Brander came to the city in the early 1920s and established a spectacular peony garden near the Bonnie Doon…

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Luxury Living in Edmonton: Quesnell Heights Featured Image

Quesnell Heights’ small size, mature trees and proximity to the river valley make it one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in Edmonton. Quiet and semi-secluded, Quesnell Heights is known for its high-end homes, oversized lots and recreation-friendly atmosphere. Residents of this affluent neighbourhood also enjoy having many of West Edmonton’s best amenities within arm’s reach, including popular shops and services, schools and major arterial roads. 

Community Profile 

Quesnell Heights was established in the late 1950s. Nearly 80% of homes in the community were constructed during the 1960s, consisting of only single-family homes. As one of Edmonton’s smallest neighbourhoods, there are approximately 120 properties in the area, many…

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Ottewell in Southeast Edmonton Featured Image

Ottewell is one of the largest neighbourhoods in Edmonton. It is also one of city’s most mature communities, first established in the 1950s. The area boasts a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere, in addition to quiet, tree-lined streets and established amenities. Ottewell is also well known for its detached homes, ideal for families searching for an upgraded home in a neighbourhood near it all.  

Did you know? Ottewell was formerly called East Glenora and East Edmonton Park in the 1910s. Finally, the community was named after the Ottewell family, who settled in the Cloverbar area in the late 1800s. The Ottewell’s historic log cabin is on display in Fort Edmonton Park. (Source: City of Edmonton)

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Casselman in Northeast Edmonton Featured Image

Casselman is one of four neighbourhoods located in Northeast Edmonton’s Casselman-Steele Heights, sits within short distance of the north Anthony Henday, the Yellowhead Freeway and Manning Drive. Boasting a broad array of home styles and close proximity to shops, services, schools, restaurants and recreation venues, Casselman is well-suited for every taste, lifestyle and budget. 

Did you know? Other neighbourhoods comprising the greater Casselman-Steele Hights district include Ebbers, McLeod and Miller.

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Casselman

Most residential development tin Casselman occurred during the 1970s, with most homes constructed between 1971 and 1980. Roughly 25% of residences were built after 1980. Affordable townhomes…

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Dunluce in Northwest Edmonton Featured Image

The land comprising Dunluce, along with the rest of Castle Downs, was annexed by the greater City of Edmonton in the early 1970s. The community’s area plan was approved in 1974, with development essentially complete by the 1980s. Dunluce is focused on families and features two schools, plenty of park and recreation space, and proximity to great amenities. The neighbourhood is also known for its affordable starter homes, townhomes, duplexes and even manufactured homes, making it a great fit for all lifestyles and budgets. 

Did you know? Like all communities in Castle Downs, Dunluce takes its name from a famous castle. In this case, Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland, built in the early 1500s. 

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Luxury Living in Edmonton: Aspen Gardens Featured Image

Aspen Gardens is a prestigious neighbourhood located in beautiful Southwest Edmonton. Surrounded by natural amenities, Aspen Gardens is bounded by the Whitemud Creek Ravine to the west and north, as well as several community park spaces to the east and south. The area was originally designed as an urban escape, striking the perfect balance between a semi-secluded atmosphere and proximity to amenities.

If you’ve been dreaming of a high-end home in one of Edmonton’s most unique, nature-friendly neighbourhoods, Aspen Gardens may be exactly what you’ve been searching for. 

 Community Profile 

The land comprising Aspen Gardens was annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1960. The neighbourhood continued was out over the next 30 years, with…

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Jamieson Place in West Edmonton Featured Image

Jamieson Place is an established community located in mature West Edmonton. An all-in-one neighbourhood ideal for growing families, Jamieson Place is celebrated for its affordable single-family homes, laid-back atmosphere and ultra-convenient location. The area also boasts proximity to some of West Edmonton’s best amenities, including West Edmonton Mall, Callingwood Park and the Edmonton Country Club. 

Did you know? Jamieson Place was named after Frederick Charles Jamieson. Jamieson arrived in Edmonton in the late 1800s and served as a member of the Alberta Legislature. He was also a prominent lawyer and politician who practiced law with Alberta’s first premier, A.C. Rutherford. 

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Blog Revamp: Edmonton Community Spotlight: Strathearn in Southeast Central Edmonton Featured Image

Located near the south banks of the North Saskatchewan River Valley, Strathearn is a historic community celebrated for its quiet, tree-lined streets, picturesque views, beautiful homes and proximity to the downtown core. First established in the early 1900s, this highly sought-after area offers the distinct character and charm that only Edmonton's most mature riverside neighbourhoods can provide.

Did you know? "Strathearn" is a Scottish term meaning "the valley of the river Earn" or "the valley of the Irish." Though unconfirmed, Strathearn is thought to take its name from Prince Arthur, the first Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (U.K) and Canada's Governor-General at the beginning of WWI.

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Edmonton Community Spotlight: Blue Quill Estates in Southwest Edmonton Featured Image

Like many communities comprising scenic Southwest Edmonton, Blue Quill Estates is a nature-friendly neighbourhood highlighted by expansive open green spaces and high-end homes. Part of the greater Kaskitayo Outline Plan Area, most development in Blue Quill Estates took place during the 1970s and 80s. The area boasts mature trees, quiet streets and proximity to fantastic amenities – including the Whitemud Creek Ravine, the Derrick Golf and Winter Club and South Edmonton Common. 

Did you know? Like all communities in the Kaskitayo Area Plan, Blue Quill takes its name from a revered Aboriginal leader. In this case, Cree Chief Blue Quill of the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve (1889). (Source: City of Edmonton)

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