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

About Spruce Grove

Spruce Grove is a mid-sized city located 11 kilometres west of Edmonton. First established by French and Scottish families in the late 1800s, the area was comprised of small businesses and farmers – consisting only of a Roman Catholic Church, general store, livery stables, hotel and blacksmith shop. Founders of this budding new settlement opted for the name “Spruce Grove” due to the many groves of spruce trees scattered throughout.

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By 1908, the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway had established a train station in Spruce Grove, bringing further trade and industry to the area. The settlement was incorporated as a village in 1955, a town in 1971 and finally, Alberta’s 16th city in 1986. Steeped in a vibrant history, Spruce Grove is now home to over 35,000 residents and features a dynamic mix of industry, commerce and community that make it a fantastic place to work, live and play.

Spruce Grove Homes For Sale 

Spruce Grove Single-Family Homes 

An excellent location for growing families, single-family homes account for most residences within Spruce Grove. From lavish luxury properties to updated character bungalows (and everything in between), Spruce Grove offers no shortage of affordable, detached homes suited to every taste, lifestyle and budget.

Spruce Grove Average Home Price: $418,000*

Minimum: $18,000

Maximum: $2M 

Manufactured Homes – From roomy open floor plans and contemporary finishes to private yard spaces and garages, manufactured homes offer many of the same benefits as a traditional detached property at a fraction of the cost. Spruce Grove communities, including Mobile City Estates and Heatherglen, provide a broad selection of ultra-affordable homes paired with unbeatable onsite amenities.

See also: Parkland Village 

Character Homes and Infill Properties – Tree-lined streets, oversized lots and mature landscaping are just a few of the many great features to expect from Spruce Grove’s established neighbourhoods. Older communities such as City Centre, for instance, are known not only for their charming, upgraded character properties (especially pre and post-war bungalows) but also their contemporary new infill homes.

Brand-New Construction – As Alberta’s ninth-largest city (and growing), Spruce Grove is home to several developing communities, featuring a broad mix of new construction homes. Convenient front-attached homes, eye-catching rear-laned models and expertly crafted duplexes are only the beginning. Some of Spruce Grove’s trendiest new neighbourhoods include Easton, Tonewood and Fenwyck.

Luxury Homes – Spruce Grove and surrounding Parkland County feature a vast selection of luxury homes. These include both sprawling semi-rural estates as well as custom suburban homes equipped with bespoke features and finishes. On average, Spruce Grove luxury homes feature upward of four bedrooms and bathrooms and 2,500+ square feet of lavish living space for $700,000 and up.

Whatever You’re Looking For – Varying in size, style and price point, Spruce Grove encompasses an extensive selection of single-family properties – these include everything from the quaintest of starter homes to spacious two-story properties perfect for move-up buyers.

Affordable Townhomes and Apartment-Style Condos 

First-time buyersdownsizers and/or anyone searching for an affordable, low-maintenance home are sure to find what they’re looking for in Spruce Grove. Well-priced apartment-style condos and townhomes can be found in many neighbourhoods throughout, with prices as low as $85,000 for an upgraded one-bedroom apartment to $190,000 for a fully renovated three-bed, two-bath townhome.

Roomy Duplexes 

Like the average single-family home, duplexes come accompanied by private yard spaces, (double) attached garages, multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, open floor plans and more. They are, however, generally considered less expensive and less maintenance overall. Especially prominent in Spruce Grove’s newer neighbourhoods, these flexible family-friendly units typically start in the low 300s.

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

Spruce Grove Neighbourhoods 

Spruce Grove is divided into 29 distinct residential neighbourhoods, as well as several industrial parks, business parks and commercial districts:

Aspen Glen

Aspen Glen is a family-friendly community known for its abundance of single-family homes. Newer two-story front attached homes are standard throughout Aspen Glen, typically priced in the low 500s. Aspen Glen also features ample outdoor recreation space, including a playground, skating rink and sports fields.


The central Spruce Grove community of Brookwood encompasses all real estate located east of King Street, south of Hilldowns, west of Century Road and north of Broxton Park. An established neighbourhood known for its updated single-family homes and proximity to schools and recreational amenities, Brookwood is the ideal neighbourhood for active Spruce Grove families.

Broxton Park

Situated directly east of City Centre, Broxton Park is a mature community defined by schools, green spaces and commercial amenities. Real estate opportunities within the area consist predominantly of older detached bungalows featuring large lots and modern upgrades as well as renovated two-story homes.

City Centre

One of Spruce Grove’s oldest neighbourhoods, City Centre features a healthy mix of both commercial and residential real estate. In addition to shops, services, restaurants and more, the community is known for its mixed home styles, including updated character homes, townhomes, apartment-style condos and infill.


Creekside is a nature-based neighbourhood tucked between Aspen Glen and Deer Park. Single-family homes reign supreme in this newer north-end community, with emphasis on front-attached properties featuring an average of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Nearby amenities include Aspen Glen Park, The Links at Spruce Grove and Fairway Park.

Deer Park

A newly established neighbourhood, Deer Park is an attractive option for buyers searching for a modern, single-family home. Detached residences in Deer Park are larger than average and include four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and 2,000+ square feet of living space for $600,000. Though still under development, the community already houses a small commercial area and plenty of open green space.


Easton is a brand-new community in eastern Spruce Grove. Still under construction, this promising neighbourhood will incorporate multi-use trails, an environmental reserve, playground, landscaped storm pond and more. Several new home builders are being showcased within the area, with home styles varying from front attached and rear-laned homes to detached garage townhomes.

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Located on 80+ acres of environmentally preserved forest, Fenwyck is a self-contained community celebrated for its new construction detached homes and duplexes. Designed with luxury living in mind, many lots in the area are considered semi-estate lots, overlooking the neighbourhood’s scenic pond and creek bed. One of Spruce Grove’s more affluent new communities, home prices start in the mid 500s.


Fieldstone real estate consists predominantly of four-bedroom and bathroom single-family homes built in the 1980s and 90s. Priced in the mid 500s and upward, many residences in the area come equipped with modern upgrades, including updated cabinetry, countertops, appliances and flooring. An outdoor lover’s delight Fieldstone sits within walking distance of The Links Golf Course, several parks and open green spaces.


Just as the community’s name implies, Greenbury is a nature-friendly neighbourhood defined by landscaped parks, beautiful open green spaces and energy-efficient homes. Currently under development in Spruce Grove’s budding east end, Greenbury is also known for its unique Brownstone architecture which encompasses brand new townhomes, duplexes and detached single-family properties.

Grove Meadows

Grove Meadows is an eclectic neighbourhood featuring homes built throughout the 1970s, 80s, 90s and early 2000s. As a result, home styles in this established community range from newer two-storey homes and split-level properties to upgraded bungalows and ranch-style models. Several duplexes are also located in Grove Meadows, with average home prices starting in the low 300s.

Harvest Ridge  

Striking the perfect balance between urban and rural living, Harvest Ridge is a developing neighbourhood situated in peaceful northwest Spruce Grove. Once complete, the community will feature front and rear detached homes, modern duplexes and exclusive adult villas, highlighted by parks, natural areas, environmental reserves and proximity to amenities.

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Heatherglen is a small Spruce Grove subdivision located south of Grove Drive and west of Jennifer Heil Way. First established in the early 1990s, Heatherglen consists mainly of single-family homes, including attractive laned models and large front-attached properties. Many newer manufactured homes and duplexes can also be found in Heatherglen, particularly in the community’s far northwest end.


Nestled alongside The Links Golf Course, Hilldowns is a newly established neighbourhood promising high-end single-family homes and ample opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Front-attached models featuring four bedrooms and three bathrooms account for the majority of home styles in the area, though there are also a few modern duplex options to choose from (some exclusively adult living). Average home prices in Hilldowns start in the low 500s.


Also referred to as Kenton Village, Kenton is a promising new community featuring ultra-stylish new construction homes. Contemporary Modern and Prairie Modern detached homes and duplexes take centre stage in this burgeoning east end neighbourhood, which sits within close proximity to schools, shops, services, The Links Golf Course and Jubilee Park.


Parks and green spaces, convenient access to commercial amenities and varied home styles are just a few of the many great attributes defining this popular east-end neighbourhood. In addition to affordable front-attached homes starting in the low 400s, Lakewood includes a variety of low-maintenance apartment-style condos and townhomes. The area is also home to Century Crossing – a massive shopping hub featuring retailers, services, restaurants, recreation venues and more.

Legacy Park

Legacy Park is a small subdivision positioned in far west Spruce Grove. The neighbourhood was first established in the early 2000s, with emphasis on four-bedroom, four-bathroom front attached homes. Surrounded by fantastic amenities, including the Tri Leisure CentreFuhr Sports Park and various shops and services, Legacy Park is a perfect choice for families looking to “live near it all.”

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Spruce Grove’s premier golf course community! Home to an 18-hole championship golf course, Linkside is a high-end neighbourhood boasting fairway views and spacious single-family homes. Priced at the $600,000 and up, detached residences feature an average of four bedrooms and bathrooms, roomy open floor plans, contemporary finishes and features and more. 


Whether you’re on the hunt for a spacious, two-storey condo or a 2,000+ square foot single-family home, McLaughlin has what you’re looking for. Located within walking distance of the Tri Leisure Centre, shops, services and restaurants, residents of this diverse community enjoy having everything they need within arms’ reach. A small collection of apartment-style condos are situated in McLaughlin’s south end, including Westgrove Manor and Spruce Heights Apartments.


Millgrove is an established, family-oriented community situated in the heart of Spruce Grove. Defined by Grove Drive to the north, Calahoo Road to the east and parks and trail space to the south and west, Millgrove offers buyers an array of affordable, single-family homes in an outdoor-friendly atmosphere. Though slightly older, homes within this mature neighbourhood are often renovated to include the latest upgrades. Home prices in Millgrove may start as low as $350,000.

Mobile City Estates

A tight-knit neighbourhood near schools, shops, services and beautiful Heritage Grove Park, Mobile City Estates is known for its amenity-friendly location and affordable manufactured homes. Three-bedroom, two-bathroom models featuring an average of 1,200+ square feet are common throughout the community. Many units come accompanied by detached garages, landscaped private yard spaces and premium upgrades.


Prescott is a highly accessible new neighbourhood located just 13-minutes’ drive from Edmonton. A developing community currently underway in Spruce Grove’s east end, Prescott is already home to a reputable K-9 school and sits within walking distance of 60-acre Jubilee Park. Expertly crafted new home styles include front attached models, laned homes, townhomes and duplexes.

Spruce Ridge

Home to Spruce Grove’s celebrated Tri Leisure Centre, Spruce Ridge is a developing west-end neighbourhood consisting of modern single-family homes, duplexes and low-rise apartment-style condos. Other amenities in the area include a sports park, walking trails, man-made lake and countless nearby shops and services. Average home prices in Spruce Ridge start at approx.$300,000.

Spruce Village

Spruce Village encompasses all real estate located east of Canterbury Road, south of Vanderbilt Common, west of Jubilee Park and north of Grove Drive. Developed in the city’s east end, this newer community was first established in 2008 and includes townhomes, duplexes, laned homes and drive-in front-attached models. Prices may range from $250,000 for a three-bed, three-bath townhome to $700,000+ for a 2,500 square foot detached home.


Tucked away in northern Spruce Grove, Stoneshire is a picture-perfect neighbourhood characterized by expansive open green spaces, golf course views and scenic walking trails. Established during the 1990s, home styles in the area consist of upgraded single-family residences as well as a smaller number of modern duplexes (many located within luxury adult condo complexes). New construction properties are also underway, especially in Stoneshire’s far north end.


Tonewood is a thriving new community currently under development in eastern Spruce Grove. Not only does Tonewood offer an affordable array of brand-new construction homes (including front-attached, laned homes and duplexes), but the area also sits within close proximity to 60-acre Jubilee Park (playground, spray park, disc golf and skating) and several schools.

West Grove

West Grove is an established west-central neighbourhood featuring front and rear detached single-family homes built during the 1980s and 90s. Popular models in the area include upgraded ranch and split-level style residences as well as bungalows and a handful of low-maintenance townhomes. Westgrove residents also enjoy having access to several big-box retailers, restaurants and services, found to the neighbourhood’s direct south.


The north-central community of Woodhaven encompasses all real estate located east of Calahoo Road, south of Woodside (neighbourhood), west of King Street and north of Heritage Grove Park. Woodhaven is a mature community, first established during the 1970s, featuring tree-lined streets, a local school and large lots. Renovated rear-detached single-family homes are most common, though the area does feature a small selection of upgraded duplexes.


Woodside is a quiet, unassuming community comprised of a single family-friendly crescent. Three and four-bedroom detached homes constructed during the 90s reign supreme in Woodside, except for a modern, low-rise condo development located in the neighbourhood’s east end. Detached home prices start in the low 400s, many of which include recent renovations and upgrades.

Commercial, Business and Industrial Parks

Spruce Grove real estate also consists of many mixed-use industrial, business, and commercial districts. These districts offer ample commercial and retail amenities to residents in the surrounding communities, as well as business and industrial opportunities. 

  • Campsite Business Park
  • Century Crossing
  • Diamond Industrial Park
  • Grove Industrial Park
  • Highway 16A Commercial
  • Madison Industrial Park
  • Shep Industrial Park
  • Spruce Grove Industrial Park
  • Westgrove Commercial
  • Yellowhead Industrial Park

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