Beacon Heights is an established community located in Northeast Edmonton. One of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, Beacon Heights was established in 1910, when it was a part of the Town of Beverly. By 1961, when the town’s population had reached 9,000 people, Beverly amalgamated with the greater City of Edmonton. The northern portion of the former town encompasses the neighbourhoods of Bergman and Beacon Heights, while Beverly Heights makes up the southern portion.

See also: Edmonton Community Spotlight: Beverly Heights in Northeast Edmonton

Did you know? The Town of Beverly Heights takes its name from the Town of Beverly in Yorkshire, England. 

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Beacon Heights

Single-family homes account for over 80% of residences in Beacon Heights. Three-bedroom, two-bathroom character bungalows are the most common, offering large lots and 1,000+ square feet of living space. Though half of all homes in the area were built before the 1960s, many properties come equipped with modern upgrades, including new systems and appliances, new flooring, countertops and cabinetry, upgraded bathrooms, fresh paint and more. Ultra-affordable, single-family home prices in Beacon Heights may start as low as $184,000.

Low-rise apartment-style condos make up nearly all remaining residences in Beacon Heights. Ideal for first-time buyers, two-bedroom, one-bathroom units are priced at $30,000 and up. The number of multi-family homes in Beacon Heights also makes it an attractive community for Edmonton real estate investors.

Modern infill homes are making an appearance in Beacon Heights, as many of the community’s older homes have given way to new development.

Average Listing Price in Beacon Heights: $275,000

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Did you know? Cost of living in Beacon Heights is 6% lower than the Edmonton average. Real estate prices are also 34% lower. 

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All the Best Amenities

Beacon Heights residents enjoy convenient access to shops and services along 118th Ave – including restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores and more. Clareview Town Centre and Londonderry Mall are a short distance to the north, while Edmonton City Centre (mall), Kingsway Mall, and the Royal Alexandra Hospital are located 15-minutes east.

Other amenities near Beacon Heights include:

Did you know? Formerly known as the Edmonton Exhibition Association, Edmonton Northlands was formed in 1879. Operating as both an agricultural society and commissioner of local events, Northlands opened the Northlands Coliseum (Rexall Place) in 1974. Unfortunately, the iconic building (and former home of the Edmonton Oilers) was closed on January 1st, 2018. 

Parks and Recreation  

Beacon Heights is home to a centrally located park and community centre, featuring a playground, skating rinks, and a spray park. The Beacon Heights Community League hosts several family-friendly events and programs, such as baseball programs, seniors and Green Shack programs, community coffee and more. In addition, Rundle Park, the Rundle Park Golf Course and the ACT Aquatic Centre are within 10 minutes driving distance.

Additional nearby recreational amenities include:

Did you know? The Floden Park Swing is one of Edmonton’s hidden gems and offers breathtaking views of the North Saskatchewan River Valley. 

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Beacon Heights Schools

There are two schools in Beacon Heights – a public and a Catholic elementary school. Other options, including additional public schools, non-secular schools, daycares and out-of-school-care programs, are all accessible within walking distance.

Designated Public Schools:

Designated Catholic Schools:


Did you know? Popular post-secondary institutions such as MacEwan University and NAIT are located 15-minutes east of Beacon Heights and remain easily accessible by transit.

Commuting From Beacon Heights

Beacon Heights is bounded by 50th Street to the west, 122nd Street to the north, 34th Street to the east and 118th Ave to the south. The community sits a stone’s throw away from Wayne Gretzky Drive, Yellowhead Trail and the east Anthony Henday. Nearby 112th Ave also provides a convenient commute to the downtown core, which can be reached in under 15 minutes.

Beacon Heights is considered somewhat walkable, as many errands can be accomplished on foot. There is some transit in the community, with several stops and routes operating throughout the area. The Northeast Edmonton LRT system is also located 10 minutes away.

Did you know? Rundle Park features a disc golf course, outdoor skating iceway, park paddling centre, boat dock, mini golf course, tennis courts, ball diamonds, tobogganing hill and more.  

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