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

About Sherwood Park 

Converted from farmland into a satellite town in the early 1950s, Sherwood Park was formerly referred to as “Campbelltown” honouring one of the area’s developers, John Hook Campbell. As of 1955, Campbelltown’s first model homes were constructed to accommodate those working in various east Edmonton industries. The hamlet’s name was changed to Sherwood Park in 1956, however. Canada Post would not approve Campbelltown due to several pre-existing communities with a similar name.  

Despite being recognized as one of the largest “cities” in Alberta, Sherwood Park retains its status as a hamlet (better known as the world’s largest hamlet), with a population of over 70,000. A thriving community offering endless amenities, a broad range of home styles and close proximity to east Edmonton, Sherwood Park has something to offer every lifestyle and budget.

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Sherwood Park Homes For Sale 

Sherwood Park Single Family Homes

Detached homes account for the majority of home styles within Sherwood Park. These include everything from recently constructed two-storey models to upgraded split-level, ranch and bungalows dating back to the 50s, 60s and 70s. Single-family home prices typically start in the high 300s but vary according to size, style and location. 

New Construction Homes – As a community growing in both size and popularity, Sherwood Park provides no shortage of new construction homes. Developing neighbourhoods such as Salisbury Village, SummerwoodAspen Trails and Emerald Hills offer modern home buyers a broad range of contemporary styles (detached homes, duplexes, townhomes and condos) outfitted with the latest in design, features and finishes. 

Manufactured Homes – Sherwood Park’s manufactured homes offer many of the same benefits as a traditional single-family home at a fraction of the cost. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,300 square feet of family living space are just a few of the many desirable features to expect in a manufactured home. Sherwood Park’s premier manufactured home communities include Lakeland Village and Jubilee Landing.

Character Homes and Infill Homes – Established Sherwood Park neighbourhoods such as Sherwood HeightsMills Haven and Maplegrove feature many older, updated character homes constructed during the early 50s and 60s. Quaint family bungalows are prominent in these areas, with an average of four bedrooms, three bathrooms and eye-catching new upgrades.

Thanks to their quiet atmosphere and tree-lined streets, these mature communities are also a prime spot for infill homes. Expertly crafted and designed, these bespoke new properties offer buyers the best of both worlds when it comes to modern living in a charming, older community.

Luxury Homes and Estates – Sherwood Park and surrounding Strathcona County also include several semi-rural luxury properties and estate communities. Offering unparalleled views and proximity to amenities from a quiet rural setting, these lavish estate homes are typically located along the outskirts of Sherwood Park proper. On average, Sherwood Park luxury homes feature upward of four bedrooms and bathrooms and 2,500+ square feet of lavish living space for 1M+.

Whatever You’re Looking For – All other detached homes in Sherwood Park vary by size, style and price point. From bi and split-level properties to front-attached homes, laned models and more, Sherwood Park offers an endless array of single-family home opportunities. 

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Apartment-Style Condos and Townhomes

Ideal for first-time buyersdownsizers, and working professionals, Sherwood Park apartment-style condos are affordable and low-maintenance. Condo options range from low-rise apartments featuring an average of two bedrooms and bathrooms to newly constructed townhomes located near convenient amenities. Average condo prices in the area start in the low 200s, with prices ranging upward of $700,000 for trendy new units equipped with 1,500+ square feet of living space.

Roomy New Duplexes 

Sherwood Park duplexes offer a lower maintenance, lower-cost alternative to the average single-family home (yet provide many of the same benefits). Standard features include three bedrooms and bathrooms, private yard spaces, single or double attached garages and 1,200+ square feet of open living space. But that’s not all. Luxury master ensuites, chef-inspired kitchens, flex or bonus rooms and finished basements are also typical among these desirable semi-detached units.

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Sherwood Park Neighbourhoods 

Aspen Trails

Aspen Trails is a newer addition to Sherwood Park, located within walking distance of the many shops, services and restaurants of Emerald Hills and the Emerald Hills Leisure Centre. New, two-story single-family homes and duplexes are prominent throughout the community, with prices starting in the mid 300s.


Brentwood is known for its established homes, ripe with character and recent upgrades. A mature community featuring tree-lined streets, large lots and plenty of open green space, Brentwood homes are situated within convenient walking distance of schools, recreation centres, golf courses and shopping amenities.

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Broadmoor Estates

Broadmoor Estates is a mature neighbourhood situated southwest of Broadmoor Golf Course. Featuring beautiful luxury properties, Broadmoor Estates’ homes sit tucked away in a stunning, tree-lined area characterized by lakes, walking trails and green spaces. Estate homes in the neighbourhood are both timeless and modern, featuring classic elegance and contemporary interiors.

Charlton Heights

Charlton Heights is an amenity-friendly community defined by shops, services and several large parks. A quiet residential area known for its detached single-family homes, many properties were constructed between 1990 and the early 2000s. Detached home prices typically start in the mid-400s, though the area does feature some townhomes and apartment condos priced in the high 200s.

Clarkdale Meadows

A sizeable neighbourhood situated on the eastern border of Sherwood Park, Clarkdale Meadows is celebrated for its landscaped parks, walking and biking trails, scenic ponds and roomy single-family homes. Most of the area’s detached homes were built during the 1990s and feature recent upgrades and plenty of curb appeal. Clarkdale Meadows sits within proximity to highly rated schools, shops, services and more.

Clover Bar 

Clover Bar  houses a broad range of homes styles, including detached, two-storey and split-level homes. Most residences were constructed during the 1990s, featuring an average of four bedrooms and bathrooms and 1,500+ square feet of living space for $400,000 and up. Like most established neighbourhoods within Sherwood Park, Clover Bar is rich in outdoor green space, walking trails and parks and sits within a short distance of amenities.

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Craigavon is an accessible community tucked quietly away in Sherwood Park’s east end. An outdoor lover’s delight, the neighbourhood features a large athletic park, lakes and walking trails near several schools and the popular Sherwood Park Mall. Front attached single-family homes reign supreme in Craigavon, with prices starting in the mid 500s.

Davidson Creek

Davidson Creek is a prominent residential neighbourhood located in east Sherwood Park. Defined by natural amenities, this recreation-friendly community consists of parks, playgrounds, mid-sized lakes and a vast network of walking trails. Single-family homes in the area consist of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, on average, most having been constructed built during the 1990s.


Foxboro can be found along Sherwood Park’s far southeastern border, just south of Heritage Wetlands Park. The community is comprised of two-storey single-family homes, featuring double attached garages, four bedrooms and bathrooms and an average price tag of $430,000. Parks, lakes and natural wetlands enhance the area’s natural beauty, while schools, shops and services can be accessed in the surrounding neighbourhoods. 


Foxhaven is a stunning upscale community known for its serene lakeside views. Offering a range of flexible home styles, including detached properties, duplexes and apartment-style condos, Foxhaven has something to offer all discerning buyers. Local amenities include the Strathcona Athletic Park, Heritage Wetlands Park and several schools, all easily accessible via the neighbourhood’s many walking paths. 

Glen Allan

Glen Allan is a family-friendly neighbourhood surrounded by amenities, including the Strathcona Athletic Park, Sherwood Park Mall, a recreation complex and several schools. The community features a large selection of roomy single-family homes, including two-storey front attached models, bungalows and split-level homes. With prices starting in the mid 300s, Glen Allan is also one of Sherwood Park’s most affordable detached home communities.

Heritage Point

Heritage Point is an upscale Sherwood Park neighbourhood nestled along the hamlet’s rural eastern border. Single-family homes built during the 1980s and 90s are the predominant home style within the community. With four to five bedrooms and bathrooms and 2,500+ square feet of living space, Heritage Point homes are considered above average in size – an ideal neighbourhood for growing families! 

Lakeland Ridge

Lakeland Ridge is a newer Sherwood Park community, first established in the early 2000s. The area features a diverse range of home styles and is well suited to families, first-time buyers, downsizers and every lifestyle in between. Detached homes in the Lakeland Ridge are celebrated for their ultra-modern features and design, with prices starting in the low 500s. Condo prices range from $200,000 for a two-bed apartment to $300,000 for a 1,200 square foot duplex.

Lakeland Village 

Sherwood Park’s premier manufactured home community, Lakeland Village sits within walking distance of parks, lakes and the countless shops and services of Emerald Hills shopping district. Defined by Cloverbar Road and Yellowhead Trail, residents of this tight-knit community enjoy having convenient access to schools, recreation venues and all other amenities located within the greater capital region. 


Maplegrove is an established community defined by Sherwood Drive, Wye Road and Brentwood Boulevard. Residential development in Maplegrove first began in the 1960s resulting in the many updated character bungalows we see today. Surrounded by schools, parks, trails, and commercial amenities, Maplegrove residents enjoy having everything they need within arms’ reach.


Most Maplewood homes were constructed in the 1970s, recently renovated to include high-end finishes such as engineered hardwood flooring, upgraded cabinetry, quartz countertops, state-of-the-art appliances and more. Affordable and well situated in terms of schools, parks, commuter roads and commercial amenities, Maplewood is a favourite among families and first-time buyers alike.   

Mills Haven

Mills Haven is a mature community located directly north of the Broadmoor Public Golf Course. In addition to a centrally located school and park site, the neighbourhood houses vast amounts of open green space and sits within 10-minutes’ walk of Sherwood Park Mall. Renovated single-family homes equipped with four bedrooms and bathrooms account for most residences within Mills Haven, priced in the mid 300s and up. 


Centred around a sizeable moat-like lake and “island” featuring walking trails, park and playground, Nottingham is an outdoor-friendly neighbourhood, ideal for active families. Detached, two-storey homes located along quiet cul-de-sacs and vast open green spaces are prevalent throughout the community. Nottingham’s proximity to Cloverbar Road and Wye Road also allows for easy access to nearby amenities.

Regency Park

Regency Park encompasses all residences east of Clover Bar Road, south of Foxboro, west of Highway 21 and north of Wye Road. Like most other communities located in southeast Sherwood Park, Regency Park was established in the 1990s, with an emphasis on front-attached single-family homes. Four-bedroom, four-bathroom homes in the area sit within proximity of several parks, schools, shops and services, and come equipped with modern upgrades and features.

Sherwood Heights

Sherwood Heights represents yet another of Sherwood Park’s established communities, known for its mature, tree-lined streets and affordable homes. The neighbourhood is centred around a large school and park site and features several pocket parks scattered throughout. Renovated 1950s and 60s bungalows are common in Sherwood Heights, featuring large lots, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Strathcona Village

Those in search of a low-maintenance home in one of Sherwood Park’s trendiest neighbourhoods need look no further than Strathcona Village. Apartment-style condos and townhomes account for most residences within the area, followed by a smaller number of single-family homes and duplexes. Located near Baseline Road, the community provides quick access to the greater City of Edmonton, as well as schools, restaurants, coffee shops, big-box retailers and various other stores and services.


Summerwood is a thriving community still undergoing development. Featuring a blend of brand-new styles built within the last few years, new home opportunities include everything from stylish single-family homes and duplexes to ultra-modern townhomes and apartments. Design features common to homes in the area include spa-like ensuites, soaring ceilings, chef-inspired kitchens and more. In addition to the Emerald Hills shopping district and leisure centre, the area is located within 5 minutes drive of several schools and the Strathcona Community Hospital.

The Ridge

The Ridge is a residential neighbourhood comprised entirely of four-bedroom, three-bathroom single-family homes. Wye Road and Highway 21 define the community to the south and east, providing convenient access to both Edmonton and the greater capital region. Local amenities include several nearby parks and walking trails, while schools, shops and services can be easily reached via the surrounding neighbourhoods. 

Village On The Lake

Just as the name implies, Village on the Lake is centred around a local lake and park site. Homes for sale in the area consist of two-storey single-family homes, duplexes and townhomes, with prices starting in the low 200s. Though established in the 1980s, Village on the Lake properties come outfitted with modern upgrades and amenities, including trendy new flooring, cabinetry, and appliances. 


An older neighbourhood in Sherwood Park’s far west end, Westboro offers buyers a selection of bungalows, ranch-style and split-level homes, upgraded to include the latest features and finishes. Popular Sherwood Park amenities including Broadmoor Golf Course, Festival Place and the Kinsmen Leisure Centre surround Westboro, in addition to schools, shops and services.

Woodbridge Farms

Woodbridge Farms home styles are varied, consisting of bungalows, split-level homes, townhomes and apartment condos. Parks, walking trails and open green spaces are defining features of this semi-secluded neighbourhood, as well as schools, shops and amenities. Home prices in Woodbridge Farms typically start in the low 300s, with most properties offering three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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