Homes for Sale Near Edmonton, AB

1 - 12 of 12

$409,800

2 bed • 3 bath • 150 sqft • 1997

#16 17418 98a Av Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 2 days

$175,000

2 bed • 1 bath • 79 sqft • 1995

#111 17467 98a Av Nw Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 6 days

$279,900

2 bed • 2 bath • 105 sqft • 1996

#319 9535 176 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 9 days

$209,900

2 bed • 2 bath • 96 sqft • 2006

#309 17407 99 Av Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 9 days

$395,000

3 bed • 3 bath • 105 sqft • 1993

#24 9718 176 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 10 days

$209,800

2 bed • 2 bath • 88 sqft • 2000

#317 9730 174 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 19 days

$165,000

1 bed • 1 bath • 68 sqft • 2000

#127 9730 174 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 25 days

$295,000

2 bed • 3 bath • 96 sqft • 1992

#2 9505 176 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 26 days

$320,000

2 bed • 2 bath • 130 sqft • 1996

#215 9535 176 St Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 26 days

$224,000

2 bed • 2 bath • 91 sqft • 1997

#317 17459 98a Av Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed about 1 month

$145,000

2 bed • 2 bath • 91 sqft • 1994

#308 9619 174 St Nw Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed about 2 months

$135,000

2 bed • 2 bath • 81 sqft • 1994

#406 9619 174 St Nw Nw

Terra Losa, Edmonton, Alberta

Listed 9 months

Living in Edmonton

            Edmonton, Alberta's vibrant capital city, is a beckoning haven for those seeking a harmonious blend of urban sophistication and lush natural beauty. Known affectionately as "Canada's Festival City," Edmonton provides residents with a lively arts and culture scene, encapsulated by the world-renowned Edmonton International Fringe Festival. The city promises an unbeatable quality of life with its affordable living costs, especially when compared to other major Canadian cities. Neighborhoods such as Glenora and Strathcona offer a mix of historic charm and modern convenience, making them highly desirable for families and young professionals alike. Furthermore, landmarks such as the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Edmonton's iconic Muttart Conservatory offer endless opportunities for outdoor adventures and leisure, anchoring the city's appeal as a place where nature and urban life coexist seamlessly.

The economic landscape of Edmonton is as diverse as its cultural tapestry, presenting ample opportunities for employment across various sectors such as healthcare, education, and the booming tech industry. This economic stability makes Edmonton an attractive destination for career-oriented individuals and entrepreneurs. Neighborhoods like Windermere and Westmount provide luxurious living options with close proximity to Edmonton's bustling downtown core, where the gleaming high rises and the historic charm of 104th Street Promenade offer a dynamic urban living experience. The city's efficient public transportation system, including the expanding LRT network, ensures that all of Edmonton is easily accessible, highlighting the city's commitment to sustainable growth and mobility.

For families considering a move, Edmonton's emphasis on education and community well-being stands out. The city boasts an impressive array of both public and private educational institutions, ensuring high-quality education for children and youth. Family-friendly neighborhoods, such as Terwillegar Towne and Summerside, offer safe environments, close-knit communities, and a variety of recreational facilities, including parks, community centers, and ice rinks. Additionally, Edmonton's investment in green spaces and conservation, seen in the breathtaking Edmonton Valley Zoo and the extensive trail system in the River Valley, demonstrates the city's dedication to creating a sustainable and enriching environment for all residents. Edmonton's welcoming spirit, coupled with its commitment to cultural diversity and inclusivity, makes it an ideal place for new beginnings and a lifetime of memorable experiences.