Are you in search of homes for sale or other real estate opportunities in Beaumont? Here’s what you need to know.

About Beaumont

Beaumont is a smaller city located in eastern Leduc County, just 6 km east of the City of Leduc. Though Beaumont was not incorporated as a city until 2019, its roots date back to 1895, when it began as an early French Colony. With just 30 acres of land (former Hudson’s Bay Company territory), a small group of farmers established the “Campagne du Mouline de Beaumont Limitee” (Harvest Company of Beaumont Ltd.), which would spur much of the hamlet’s growth in the years to come.

Over the last 50 years, Beaumont has flourished, achieving village status in 1973, town status in 1980 and, finally, city status in early 2019. What began as just a few parcels of farmland 130 years ago has developed into a thriving community of more than 20,000 people – making Beaumont one of the fastest-growing areas in Canada.

Aptly named, Beaumont means “beautiful hill” in reference to the hill where St. Vital Church is located. The church, built-in 1919, is considered the city’s most recognizable landmark, serving as a staple in the community since it was first established. 

Beaumont Homes For Sale 

Whether you’re on the hunt for an affordable, low-maintenance condo or a high-end luxury home, Beaumont has what you’re looking for.

Beaumont Single-Family Homes

Brand-New Construction – Brand new construction homes are increasingly prevalent in Beaumont thanks to the city’s rapid increase in size and popularity. Burgeoning neighbourhoods such as Dansereau Meadows and Place Chaleureuse offer buyers a broad selection of contemporary single-family homestownhomes and duplexes, outfitted with the latest features and finishes. Single-family home selections in these communities include front-attached and rear-laned models, ranging from 1,300 to 2,500 square feet.

Character and Infill Homes – Mature communities such as St. Vital and Centre Ville (downtown proper) feature a large number of older, renovated properties (including historic two-storey homes and quaint pre and post-war bungalows) and, in some cases, modern infill homes. These areas are highly sought after by buyers searching for quiet, tree-lined streets, oversized lots and established community amenities.

Luxury Homes – An affluent city, Beaumont is well known for its larger detached luxury homes and estate properties. Equipped with an average of five bedrooms and bathrooms, 2,700+ square feet of living space and a wealth of high-end features, these homes can be found in various neighbourhoods throughout. Standard features to expect from Beaumont’s many beautiful luxury homes include:

  • Triple car heated garages
  • Chef’s kitchens
  • 5-piece luxury master ensuites
  • Generous walk-in closets
  • Formal dining rooms
  • Wet bars
  • Walk-out basements
  • Granite/quartz countertops
  • Natural and/or engineered hardwood flooring
  • Walk-through pantries
  • Butler’s pantries/spice kitchens
  • Vaulted/coffered/10-foot ceilings
  • Glass railings
  • Office and flex spaces
  • Gas fireplaces
  • Rec rooms
  • Built-in cabinetry
  • Fully landscaped/manicured yards
  • Outdoor entertainment spaces
  • In-ground sprinkler system
  • And much more!

Everything in Between – Additional single-family home choices in Beaumont consist of everything from bi-levels and bungalows to ranch and cottage style properties. Many of the city’s detached homes were constructed during the 1970s and 80s during a significant population increase. However, despite their age, these homes are far from outdated and include recent renovations and upgrades.

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Low-Maintenance Townhomes and Apartment-Style Condos

Accounting for roughly 20% of all real estate opportunities in the city, Beaumont offers no shortage of low-maintenance, move-in-ready townhomes. Two-story units feature an average of three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 1,100 square feet for as low as $234,000. A few apartment-style condo options are also available in select Beaumont communities, including downtown, Eaglemont, Montrose and Dansereau.

Spacious Duplexes

Duplex-style homes can also be found in various neighbourhoods throughout Beaumont. Though less common, these roomy semi-detached homes are becoming increasingly popular as new communities are built in and around the city.

See also: The Benefits of Townhome and Semi-Detached Duplex Living

Beaumont Average Home Price: $550,000

Minimum: $234,000

Maximum: $1,199,900

Beaumont Neighbourhoods 

Beau Meadow

Beau Meadow is a southeast central Beaumont neighbourhood featuring three-bedroom, three-bathroom single-family homes. Bi-levels and bungalows built sometime during the 1980s and 1990s are the predominant home styles in Beau Meadow, all situated within walking distance of Ecole Beau Meadow School. Other amenities in and around Beau Meadow include the many shops and businesses of downtown Beaumont as well as walking paths, vast open green spaces, playground, sports fields and stormwater pond.

Beau Val

Perfect for active families in search of a newer single-family home, Beau Val is a nature-friendly neighbourhood defined by 50th Street to the west and Hwy 625 to the south. Buyers interested in calling Beau Val home will have their choice of both front-attached and rear-laned dwellings with an average of three bedrooms and 1,500 square feet of modern living space. Starter-sized homes in the area are priced as low as $350,000, while larger new construction models typically start in the mid-500s.

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Beaumont Lakes

Scenic walking trails, open green spaces and, of course, peaceful stormwater lakes are just a few of the many features drawing buyers to Beaumont Lakes. Besides its attractive natural elements, the community is also known for its large high-end homes. As most single-family properties in the area include 2,500+ square feet of living space, Beaumont Lakes is an attractive option for families looking for room to grow.


Located moments from downtown Beaumont, Beauridge is a mature neighbourhood that was first established in the early 1980s. The community consists of renovated detached homes highlighted by mature, tree-lined streets and proximity to amenities. Beauridge residences are considered well priced (starting as low as $400,000 for a four-bedroom, three-bathroom homes) and include bungalows, front-attached models, laned homes and bi-levels. Modern upgrades may consist of new systems and appliances, renovated bathrooms, finished basements, etc.


Brookside offers families a broad selection of two-storey, front-attached homes. Spacious and modern, these residences consist of four bedrooms, three bathrooms as well as desirable features such as open floor plans, energy-efficient systems, and contemporary finishes. The community is also home to Ecole Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School and Four Seasons Park (one of Beaumont’s most celebrated recreation venues). Featuring a spray park, playground, ice fishing and skating pond, picnic sites, sand volleyball court, and more, Four Seasons is favourite among Beaumont families come snow or shine.

Citadel Ridge

Citadel Ridge is a smaller neighbourhood situated within walking distance of downtown Beaumont. As a result, residents of this accessible community enjoy having quick and convenient access to the Ken Nichol Regional Recreation CentreBeaumont Library, restaurants, schools and countless shops and services. Homes in Citadel Ridge consist of larger front-attached models located along quiet cul-de-sacs, with prices starting in the low 500s.

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Coloniale Estates

Beaumont’s premier golf course community, residents of Coloniale Estates, enjoy having panoramic views of the neighbourhood’s championship 18-hole course. Professionally groomed and meticulously maintained, the course offers buyers an air of sophistication and plenty of opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Families living in Coloniale Estates also appreciate having a local K-6 school within walling distance, as well as a playground, sports fields, and landscaped trails. Single-family home styles consist of larger four and five-bedroom models built between the 1990s and 2010s.

Dansereau Meadows

Dansereau Meadows is bounded by Range Road 243 to the west, Township Road 510 to the north and the communities of Montalet and Eaglemont Heights to the east and south. A new addition to northwest Beaumont, construction in Dansereau Meadows is still underway. Once complete, the neighbourhood will feature a diverse range of home styles, including apartment-style condos, townhomes, front-attached and laned models. A K-8 school, stormwater ponds and plenty of landscaped green space also highlight the area. 

Eaglemont Heights

Real estate opportunities in Eaglemont Heights consist of newer detached homes, townhomes and a small number of apartment-style condos. High-end luxury properties offering above-average square footage are also available in the community. Incredibly diverse, average home prices in Eaglemont Heights start as low as $230,000 for a low-maintenance condo and range upwards of $1 million for a larger, single-family home. Nearby amenities include Ecole Dansereau Meadows SchoolBeaumont Sport and Recreation Centre and the nearby shops and services of central Beaumont.

Forest Heights

Still under development, Forest Heights is an up-and-coming community located in Beaumont’s far east end. While construction is still underway, the area already showcases several expertly crafted home styles, including single-family homes (attached, rear laned and bungalows), duplexes and custom builds. Nearby amenities include the Coloniale Golf Club, several schools and the Ken Nichol Recreation Centre. Average home prices in Forest Heights start in the mid-400s with layouts featuring an average of four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Four Seasons Estates

Four Seasons Estates is a quaint and quiet neighbourhood tucked alongside Don Sparrow Lake and Four Seasons Park. An all-in-one community within walking distance of recreational amenities, schools, shops and services, this attractive area poses significant appeal for families looking to be near it all. 2,000+ square foot single-family homes account for all home styles in Four Seasons Estates, with home prices starting in the mid-600s.

Glenbrae Meadows

One of Beaumont’s more established communities, most homes in Glenbrae Meadows were built during the 1990s and early 2000s. Attached and detached garage homes with four bedrooms are common, with styles extending to bi-levels, bungalows and two-storey homes. Homeowners in the area have access to walking paths, park spaces and stormwater ponds, as well as a local K-6 school and playground.

Goudreau Terrace

Goudreau Terrace is a “lakeside” community characterized by stormwater ponds to the west and Don Sparrow Lake to the south. Consisting entirely of front-attached single-family dwellings, most homes in the area were constructed during the late 2000s and offer four to five bedrooms and 2,000+ square feet for $550,000 and up. Modern in layout and style, standard features to expect from a Goudreau Terrace home include open floor plans, generous master suites (with upgraded ensuites), flex rooms/bonus rooms and contemporary finishes.


Montalet residents enjoy having everything they need in their own backyards, including walking trails, green spaces, and convenient shops and services. But that’s not all. Montalet also provides a diverse selection of family-friendly homes, including 2,000+ square foot single-family homes and three-bedroom duplexes. Thanks to the community’s ideal location, homeowners have the best of both worlds when it comes to outdoor recreation and proximity to schools, grocers, health services, restaurants and more.

Montrose Estates

Montrose Estates is situated in southwestern Beaumont, along Hwy 625. As a result, the community sits just a stone’s throw away from the Edmonton International Airport and the City of Leduc. Still under development, Montrose Estates features a healthy selection of newer front-attached homed, offering generous square footage and ultra-modern finishes. Four Seasons Park and the Montrose Business Centre define the neighbourhood to the north and south, providing a perfect blend of natural and commercial amenities.

See also: Your Guide to Leduc Real Estate

Place Chaleureuse

Place Chaleureuse is a promising new neighbourhood offering stylish new construction single-family homes and semi-estate models. Placing a heavy emphasis on curb appeal, residences in Place Chaleureuse fall under strict architectural guidelines, ensuring the community upholds Beaumont’s overall French theme. The area’s beauty is enhanced by its proximity to Four Seasons Park, landscaped walking and biking trails, water features and green spaces.

St. Vital

Overlooking eastern downtown Beaumont, St. Vital has plenty to offer buyers looking for an affordable single-family home in an amenity-friendly neighbourhood. Established in the 1970s, St. Vital is a mature community offering an array of updated bi-level, bungalow and ranch-style homes on large, tree-lined lots. Three-bedroom, two-bathroom homes come standard to the area, most featuring upgraded appliances, systems and finishes. In addition to the shops and services, other amenities near St. Vital include schools, a recreation centre and the Coloniale Golf Club.

Triomphe Estates

Own a brand-new home in beautiful eastern Beaumont! Triomphe Estates is an emerging community offering a unique selection of pre-built and move-in ready homes, including contemporary townhomes, duplexes, laned homes and front-attached models. With development is underway, local amenities will include a stormwater pond, pocket park and pathway system linking to the surrounding neighbourhoods. A future school site is also proposed for the area, making Triomphe Estates the perfect location for young families.

Commercial, Business and Industrial Parks

Beaumont real estate also consists of several business and commercial districts. These districts offer ample commercial and retail amenities to residents in the surrounding communities, as well as local business opportunities.

  • Beaumont Business Centre
  • Beaumont Innovation Business Park
  • Montrose Park

For more information on properties for sale real estate listings in Beaumont, don’t hesitate to contact us! We also invite you to take advantage of our many free buyer’s resources

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