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Overview About North Eastern Edmonton And Its Neighborhoods
The north-eastern sector of Edmonton is suburban & is bound by 66th Street & CFB Edmonton in the west, the north Saskatchewan river in the east, Highway 37 in the north & Yellowhead Trail in the south. It comprises of the following areas – Casselman-Steele Heights, Clareview, Hermitage, Horse Hill & Pilot Sound.
Casselman-Steele Heights is bound by 66th Street in the west, a Canadian National Rail Line in the east, 153rd Avenue in the north & 137th avenue in the South. It consists of the following neighbourhoods – Casselman, McLeod, Miller & Ebbers.
Casselman is a residential area which is named after a lawyer who practiced in Edmonton at the beginning of the twentieth century.
While Casselman had always been a residential neighbourhood up until the 1970s, major construction started in the 70s & 80s & continued well into the 90s to give the town its present layout.
The most common type of residential building found in Casselman is the row house. A row house is also referred to as a terraced or terrace house in everyday architecture or city planning jargon. They comprise of a series of identical or mirror image houses which share side walls with each other. Sometimes they are also referred to as linked houses.
Nearly half of all residential buildings in Casselman are row houses. One in every four houses are set up as single-family units whereas another one fourth of all houses are rented apartments or condominiums. The remaining few are duplexes. Two to every three houses are owner occupied whereas the remaining are rented.
Casselman does not have any schools & the children from the locality attend schools in McLeod.
Clareview is bound by a Canadian Rail line in the west, 18th Street in the East, 153rd Avenue in the North & 130th Avenue in the South. It includes the regions of Bannerman, Hairsine, Belmont, Kernohan, Clairview Town Centre, Fraser, Sifton Park & Kirkness.
Hairsine is a residential neighbourhood that was built in the 1970s & 80s. the most common residential setup in Clareview is a row house & they account for more than half of all buildings in the area. One fourth of all houses are nuclear family setups, 20% are rented apartments while the rest are duplexes. Two third of all residences are owner occupied whereas the remaining are rented.
There are two schools in Hairsine. The Edmonton Catholic School System runs the Bonaventure Catholic Elementary School & the Edmonton Public School System runs the John D Bracco School.
Hermitage is bound by 50th Street in the West, the North Saskatchewan River in the East, 130th Avenue in the North & a Canadian National Rail Line in the south. It includes the regions of Canon Ridge, Overlanders & Homesteader.
Homesteader is a residential neighbourhood that was built in the 1970s & 80s. The most common form of residential dwelling in Homestead is the single-family unit & account for nearly 40% of all housing. Row houses account for about 25% of all buildings while duplexes & rented apartments account for 20% each. More than half of all the inhabitants of the area are owners.
Horse Hill comprises of the following areas – Marquis, Horse Hill neighbourhoods 1,3, 4 & 5 & Evergreen.
Pilot Sound is bound by 66th Street in the West, 153rd Avenue in the South & Anthony Henday Drive in the north. It comprises of the following regions – Brintnell, Hollick-Kenyon, Gorman, McConachie, Cy Becker & Matt Berry.
Hollick Kenyon is named after the aviator Herbert Hollick Kenyon and was almost wholly built after the 1990s. More than 90% of all residential dwellings in the area are single family setups while the rest are duplexes. Lion’s share of the housing is owner occupied.
Matt Berry is also a residential neighbourhood where most of the development happened in the 1990s. An overwhelming majority of all housing in the area are single family units while the remaining few are duplexes. Almost all the inhabitants of the area are owners.
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