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Southgate Area Edmonton

For those of you looking to relocate to Edmonton Alberta Canada, the Southgate Center Area might just be perfect for you.

The Southgate Center Area is comprised of Lendrum Place, Malmo Plains, Lansdowne, Grandview Heights, Parkallen, Allendale, Pleasantview, Aspen Gardens, Westbrook Estates, Blue Quill Estates, Royal Gardens, and Greenfield.

Lendrum Place: The neighborhood was named in honor of Robert Lendrum, one of Edmonton’s early land surveyors and is located in Ward 10. Lendrum Place is predominately residential in its character and appeal with most of the properties being single-family homes. However, there is a good selection of Apartment dwellings located adjacent to many of the bus routes in the area with schools and a community league site near the center of the neighborhood. There is a commercial plaza located along 111th street with additional shopping areas at the nearby Southgate Shopping Center. There is very little sales data available making it difficult to provide an average listing price of the homes in the area. This would signify that home ownership is high and there is little transient ownership.

Malmo Plains: Located just minutes from the University of Alberta South Campus, is located in Ward 10 and is a typical example of Edmonton’s mature neighborhoods. Developed during the 1960’s, this area contains a good mix of single, semi-detached, and row houses along with a good selection of low and high rise apartment buildings. While not as new as some of the neighborhoods, Malmo Plains is still a picturesque area with The University of Alberta’s married student multi-family complex, located on the western end of the neighborhood, a central schools and park site. There are no commercial centers within the neighborhood itself, but it does offer easy access to a variety of surrounding areas including the Southgate Mall. Average occupancy rate for Malmo Plains is 100% making demand high and as such the median home price is between $200,000 and $300,000 Canadian.

Lansdowne: Located in Ward 10, Lansdowne is also another one of Edmonton’s mature neighborhoods as it was annexed into the City of Edmonton in 1960. Situated between the University of Alberta’s farm land to the North and the Whitemud Creek Ravine to the West, Lansdowne is unique. The farmlands provide a pastoral atmosphere and a rural agricultural setting with trails and bike paths through the eastern portion of the farm. Whitemud Creek offers a natural woodland habitat as well as skiing and recreational facilities and access to all of the river valley park trails. As a result most of the housing here is single family homes on above average size lots. Lansdown residents are serviced by many local businesses in or near the Lansdown Shopping Center as well as ease of access to the nearby Southgate Mall. As you can imagine, demand here is high with almost 100% occupancy rates. Prices here vary greatly with homes ranging anywhere from $300,000 Canadian to upwards of $700,000 Canadian.

Grandview Heights: Also located in Ward 10, Grandview Heights was annexed into the City of Edmonton in 1913, but it was not until the 1960’s the residential development was began in the area. This neighborhood is prized for its location; at the north and west end boundaries lie the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Whitemud Creek Ravine. To the south and east are the fields of the University of Alberta farm. The lots here are larger than normal with very mature landscaping, with easy access to the educational, recreational, and commercial facilities located in the neighborhood’s southwest portion. As you can imagine demand here is high with 94% of the homes being owner occupied with 100% occupancy. Prices here are high, with an average price of well over $600,000 Canadian.

Parkallen: Located in Ward 10 and situated next to the University of Alberta farm land, this neighborhood offers picturesque rural settings with a quaint central park and school site. The neighborhood is predominately single family detached homes; most common are the bungalow and semi-bungalow style. There are a few apartment buildings in the area but they are mainly low-rise style apartments. This is a much more affordable neighborhood with homes ranging in price from $100,000 to just under $500,000 Canadian.

Allendale: This area is currently under a revitalization with a number of new home constructions as well as substantial remodeling as a result there is quite a bit more selection of homes that are for sale than in some of the other neighborhoods. Centrally located, Allendale has exceptional access to the University of Alberta Campus and Hospital, the Whyte Avenue commercial district and the Southgate Shopping center. This area is predominately single family homes and with the revitalization homes are now listing between $300,000 and $700,000 Canadian.

Pleasantview: This area, located in Ward 10, is also seeing a revitalization with many of the post World War II bungalows being replaced with larger single family homes and some areas boast brand new Condominium developments. A strong commercial element is located along the Calgary Trail South and at the corner of 52nd Avenue and 111th street. Southgate Mall and the new Southgate LRT station are located immediately south of the neighborhood. The distinctive land feature for which this area is named is the hill on which it sits providing a “Pleasant view” that is not available anywhere else. Home demand here is strong and prices range from a reasonable $300,000 Canadian to upwards of $650,000 for some of the larger homes.

Aspen Gardens: Aspen Gardens was designed specifically to appeal to the more affluent individuals and families providing a quiet affluent neighborhood complete with attractive and well-kept paths and trails for both pedestrians and cyclists alike, larger homes and mature landscaping. Commercial services are easily accessible at the Southgate and Heritage Malls as well as in nearby Westbrook and Petrolia. Demand here is high and be prepared to pay a premium for the area. Prices range upwards of $450,000 Canadian to as high as $1.5 million Canadian.

Westbrook Estates: Bounded on the west by Whitemud Creek Ravine and the Derrick gold and Winter Club to the east, Westbrook Estates provides the perfect neighborhood for those individuals and families looking for a high quality residential environment with beautiful architecturally designed larger homes on large lots. Demand here is also high and home prices are in excess of $470,000 Canadian.

Blue Quill Estates: Not to be confused with the Blue Quill Neighborhood, Blue Quill Estates is an affluent residential area located near the Whitemud Creek and the Blackmud Creek ravines which offer near year round outdoor recreational activities. This neighborhood is the most westerly portion of the Kaskitayo Outline Plan Area and was not annexed until 1971, so many of the homes here are newer than other surrounding areas. With the focus of the neighborhood development being centralized around Whitemud Creek and Blackmud Creek ravines, the area boasts a number of strategically placed paths and trails for easy access by both pedestrian and cyclists. Home demand here is high with a 100% occupancy rate but, fortunately, this neighborhood offers more rentals than many others with rental properties accounting for 49% fo the homes in the area. Home prices here range from the affordable, $200,000 to $300,000 Canadian, to the affluent $700,000 to $800,000 range.

Royal Gardens: This is a more mature neighborhood with development beginning during the early 1960’s. While most of the homes here are single family homes there are multi-family complexes bordering 40th avenue and 122nd street. There are four schools located in the area with the High School being co-located with a large community recreational area that boasts the Confederation Pool. While commercial development here is extremely limited, residents can find ample amenities in the surrounding neighborhoods and the nearby Southgate Mall. Homes here are older and so demand is not as high as in some of the other areas, but as a result, the homes are much more affordable ranging from the low $100,000 to a modest $300,000 Canadian.

Greenfield: This neighborhood exploded as Vetarans returned from World War II and settled here. As a result, this is a well established and mature neighborhood that features larger single family homes on attractive cul-de-sacs. There is also a centrally located school and recreational facilities. There is also a centrally located business district serving the needs of the residents with additional retail services being provided by the Southgate mall. Homes prices here are modes and range between $300,000 and $500,000 Canadian.

Whatever your budget or whatever your needs, the Southgate area of Edmonton is sure to have a neighborhood that meets your every need and expectation. Take the time to get to know Southgate and you are sure to find that one special place to call home.


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