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 homes are most common, a third of which were constructed during the 1960s and 1970s. All other detached residences in the community were built either before the 1960s or during/after the 1980s. In addition to large lots, recent renovations are also a standard among Bergman homes, with upgrades including everything from new cabinetry, countertops and flooring to updated bathrooms and finished basements.

Other features to expect from a Bergman home may include the following:

  • Open-concept floor plans
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Eat-in kitchen islands
  • Wood-burning fireplaces
  • Upgraded lighting
  • Recreation rooms
  • Wet bars
  • Ample storage space
  • Flex rooms
  • Double detached or attached garages
  • Outdoor entertainment spaces
  • Mature landscaping
  • And more!

Bergman also offers opportunities for Edmonton real estate investors, as many homes in the area come equipped with secondary legal suites.

See also: The Top Reasons to Invest in Edmonton Real Estate

Nearly all remaining homes in Bergman consist of affordable attached and semi-detached homes, offering three bedrooms, two bathrooms, private yard spaces and 1,000+ square feet of living space. Townhomes in the community may start as low as $130,000.

Average Listing Price in Bergman: $412,000

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Did you know? Bergman boasts a livability score of 73/100, which is considered excellent. In addition, the cost of living in Bergman is lower than the Edmonton average (6%), as are real estate prices (30%). 

Nearby Northeast Edmonton Amenities

While there are no commercial amenities located within Bergman proper, big-box retailers, restaurants, recreation venues, and more can be easily accessed via nearby arterial roads. These include Rundle Centre (grocers, restaurants, daycares, medical services, etc.), Clareview Town Centre and Londonderry Mall.

Did you know? Clareview Town Centre is one of Northeast Edmonton’s most prominent shopping hubs, featuring several big-box retailers (Walmart, Superstore), restaurants and services. 

Parks and Recreation 

Bergman is an outdoor lover’s delight thanks to its proximity to parks and open green spaces. These include Rundle Park (tennis courts, golf course, skating iceway, paddling centre, disc golf, tobogganing hills and more) and Hermitage Park. The neighbourhood also includes a centrally located park site, playground, and several pocket parks.

Bergman residents are served by the Beacon Heights Community League. Sports programs, skating, baseball, community coffee and Green Shack Programs are just a few of the many events and initiatives hosted by the league.

Did you know? The Edmonton Nordic Ski Club is one of Canada’s largest Nordic ski clubs, with over 650 members. The club was founded in 1978 and developed the trail systems in Goldstick and Goldbar Park. The parks feature over 10km of illuminated ski trails of varying challenge levels. 

Bergman Schools

There are several schools located within walking distance of Bergman, including Beacon Heights Elementary School and St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary School. Further educational opportunities, including junior high and secondary schools, daycares and out-of-school care programs, can be easily accessed within the surrounding neighbourhoods. Bergman is also situated a short distance from several private schools.

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Did you know? Popular post-secondary institutions such as NAITMacEwan University and NorQuest College are located 15-minutes east of Bergman and remain easily accessible by transit. 

One Convenient Commute

Bergman is an oddly shaped neighbourhood defined by 50th Street to the west, Yellowhead Trail to the north, 34th Street to the east and 122nd Ave to the south. The bordering Yellowhead Highway offers excellent access to the greater City of Edmonton, Sherwood Park, and Fort Saskatchewan. Residents also enjoy a convenient commute to downtown Edmonton via nearby 118th Ave, accessible in under 15-minutes. Other nearby commuter routes include the east Anthony Henday, Highway 15, Fort Road and Wayne Gretzky Drive.

Bergman is also considered bicycle friendly and provides some transit opportunities, particularly along 50th Street. In addition, the Belvedere and Coliseum LRT Stations (Capital Line) are 10 minutes away.

Did you know? Edmonton’s Capital Line expansion will also see LRT service extended from southeast Edmonton’s Century Park station to Ellerslie Road. 

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