Quiet, ravine-side living in Edmonton’s central northwest! Grovenor is a highly coveted older neighbourhood first settled in the early 1900s. Thanks to its established status, Grovenor is ripe with charm, full of mature trees, walkable amenities and, of course, scenic ravine views.

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Single-Family Living 

While Grovenor is home to a few duplex, townhome and low-rise apartment options, the area is more commonly known for its variety of affordable, single-family homes – which account for the majority of real estate in the area. Even better, home buyers have their pick of older, fully upgraded character homes, modern new infill properties and everything in between (with infill properties steadily on the rise since the 1960s).

Check out our Grovenor Homes For Sale to learn more.

Accessible Shopping and Services 

Grovenor residents enjoy having a variety of shops and services within walking distance. Restaurants, grocers (Safeway, No Frills), banks, medical centres, pubs, cafes and much more can easily be reached within a 5-minute drive (15-minute walk) or less. Mayfield Common, Westmount Shopping Centre, Oliver Square and West Edmonton Mall are also a short drive away. Here too, downtown Edmonton’s best amenities and attractions sit just a few blocks to the east.

Ample Schooling Options

Families considering calling Grovenor home will be pleased to learn the community features a centrally located public K-6 school. Other education opportunities sit close by within the adjoining neighbourhoods and include everything from Christian, Public and Catholic based-learning for every grade level. 

Grovenor Public Designated Schools: 

Grovenor Catholic Designated Schools: 

Parks and Recreation 

Families who love to explore the great outdoors are sure to love living in Grovenor. With Edmonton’s popular MacKinnon Ravine just to the south, residents here enjoy plenty of walking and biking trails, parks (MacKinnon Ravine and Government House Park) and open green spaces (the North Saskatchewan River Valley). The community also houses a dynamic community league, through which members can enjoy a variety of programs including skating, swimming and parenting resources. Nearby local attractions and recreation venues include:

Getting Around

Major thoroughfares in and around Grovenor include Stony Plain Road (west to the Anthony Henday and east to Edmonton city centre), 142nd and 149th Street (north to 111th Ave and Yellowhead Trail) and 107th Ave (west to 170th Street and east to Groat Road). In short, those living in the area can get anywhere they need to go in a hurry. The community is also riddled with transit stops, offering a 20-minute bus ride to the downtown core and a 10-minute commute to the convenient Jasper Place Transit Hub.

To learn more about Grovenor homes for sale, or our many other great Edmonton real estate listings, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ll be happy to tell you more!

And don’t forget to take advantage of our FREE and downloadable Buyer’s Resources!

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