Clareview Town Centre is one of Northeast Edmonton’s most popular shopping, restaurant, recreation and transit hubs. As a mixed-use residential community known for its desirable amenities and low-maintenance homes, Clareview Town Centre offers home buyers the best of both worlds when it comes to convenience and affordability.
Did you know? Clareview Town Centre was originally two separate communities: Clareview Business Park (west of the Canadian National Rail Line) and Clareview Campus (east of the railway line). However, the residential portion of the neighbourhood is still commonly referred to as Clareview Campus.
Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Clareview Town Centre
Though the community was first established in the 1970s, the bulk of development didn’t occur until the early 1990s. As a result, construction was essentially complete by the early 2000s, with an emphasis on low-rise condos. Affordable, low-maintenance apartments combined with easy access to popular amenities (including the Capital LRT line) make Clareview the perfect option for first-time buyers and Edmonton real estate investors.
While apartment-style condos account for nearly three-quarters of homes in Clareview Town Centre, a smaller number of mixed home styles are available. Single-family homes account for just over 10% of residences and consist mainly of two-story front attached models. These homes were predominantly built during the 1990s and have an average of four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Duplexes and townhomes round out all remaining residences, consisting of three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,200 square feet of living space. Attached and semi-detached home prices in Clareview Town Centre start in the mid-200s.
Average Listing Price in Clareview Town Centre: $177,000
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Did you know? Clareview Town Centre is one of eight communities that make up the Clareview district. Other neighbourhoods include Bannerman, Belmont, Fraser, Hairsine, Kernohan, Kirkness and Sifton Park.
Amenities at Your Doorstep
Clareview Town Centre houses a large shopping plaza of the same name. In addition to grocers, medical and professional services and big-box retailers, this sizeable commercial centre includes restaurants, banking institutions, coffee shops and more. Londonderry Mall and Manning Town Centre can also be reached in less than 10 minutes.
Other nearby amenities include:
- Edmonton Public Library
- North Town Centre
- Northgate Centre
- Northeast Community Health Centre
- Treehouse Indoor Playground
Did you know? Clareview Town Centre residents also benefit from countless shops and services along adjoining 50th Street, including Costco and a movie theatre.
Parks and Recreation
Despite Clareview Town Centre’s many commercial amenities, the area includes substantial green space. Sports fields, a playground, skate park and artificial turf soccer/rugby fields can all be found within the community, as can a 250,000+ square foot recreation centre. Popular Hermitage Park is also a short distance away in the neighbouring communities of Canon Ridge and Kernohan.
Other recreational amenities in and around Belmont:
- ACT Aquatic and Recreation Centre
- Edmonton Nordic Ski Club
- Londonderry Fitness and Leisure Centre
- The Quarry Golf Course
- Raven Crest Golf and Country Club
- Rundle Park
- Rundle Park Golf Course
- Strathcona Science Provincial Park
- Sunridge Ski Area
Did you know? Clareview Community Recreation Centre features several world-class amenities such as an aquatic centre, fitness centre, arena, indoor playground, multicultural centre and a public library.
Clareview Town Centre Schools
There is one school in Clareview Town Centre, Cardinal Collins High School Academic Centre. Residents also benefit from having numerous schools within walking distance, including public and Catholic elementary and junior high schools. The community also includes several daycares.
Designated Public Schools:
- Belmont School (Designated Grade K-6 School)
- John D. Bracco School (Designated Grade 7-9 School)
- Eastglen School (Designated Grade 10-12 School)
Designated Catholic Schools:
- St. Bonaventure School (Designated Grade K-6 School)
- St. Elizabeth Seton School (Designated Grade 7-9 School)
- Austin O’Brien School (Designated Grade 10-12 School)
Did you know? According to the Areavibes Liveability Index, the cost of living in Clareview Town Centre is 6% lower than the Edmonton average. Real estate prices are also 37% lower than the Edmonton average overall.
Commuting From Clareview Town Centre
Clareview Town Centre is defined by Manning Drive to the west, 144th Ave to the north, 36th Street to the east and 137th Street to the south. Manning Drive (also known as Hwy 15) intersects Fort Road, Yellowhead Trail and the North Anthony Henday. 137th Ave runs east to west, making for an easy commute to the larger North Edmonton area.
The Clareview LRT station can also be found in the neighbourhood’s east end, providing a 20-minute ride to downtown Edmonton.
Did you know? Edmonton’s Capital LRT line expansion will see the southern end of the track extended from Century Park to Ellerslie Road. As a result, Clareview Town Centre residents will have access to every corner of the city via light rail transit.
Get in touch with us for more information on Edmonton homes for sale and real estate opportunities in Clareview Town Centre (or any other community in the capital region)! We also invite you to take advantage of our exclusive home buyer resources, including:
- Ultimate Guide to Edmonton Real Estate - We provide detailed information regarding Edmonton’s distinct quadrants and vibrant communities, including home styles, features, prices, and amenities.
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