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You can search properties that are listed in South Eastern Edmonton, AB on this page. You can find the best condos, bungalows, in South Eastern Edmonton and you can also find 1,2,3,4,5, bed rooms,single family homes at affordable prices that are listed in here.You can contact if you wanna buy any of the listed properties in South Eastern Edmonton, Alberta.

Overview About South Eastern Edmonton And Its Neighborhoods

South-eastern Edmonton is bound by Anthony Henday Drive in the east, Gateway Boulevard in the west & 41 Avenue in the south. It includes the regions Decoteau, Ellerslie, The Meadows, Mill Woods, Maple Ridge & South Edmonton Common.
Decoteau is named after Alex Decoteau, the first aboriginal police officer of Canada who was also an athlete & represented Canada in the 1912 Olympics. It is bound by 50th Street in the west, Meridian Street in the East, Ellerslie Road in the north & 41st Avenue in the south.
Ellerslie was established in 1999 & in all probability owes its name to early Scottish settlers. It stretches up to Gateway Boulevard in the west, 66th Street in the East, 41st Avenue in the south & Anthony Henday in the north. It includes the regions Ellerslie, Ellerslie Industrial, Ellerslie neighbourhood 4, Summerside & the Orchards of Ellerslie.
The region of Ellerslie can trace its name to the local school districts & post offices dating back to the nineteenth century. In the south, it stretches up to Ellerslie Road, 66th Street in the east, Anthony Henday Drive in the north & 91st Street in the west. Two third of all residences in Ellerslie are single family units & the rest are apartment style condominiums & duplexes. A significant portion of the buildings are inhabited by their owners.
The Meadows are bound by 34th Street in the west, Anthony Henday Drive in the East & Whitemouth Drive in the north. It comprises of the following areas – Maple, Wild Rose, Tamarack, Larkspur, Laurel, Aster & Silver Berry.
Silver Berry is bound by 34th Street in the west, 23rd Avenue in the south, 17th Street in the East & Mill Creek Ravine in the north.
The majority of the housing in the area are nuclear family units while the remaining are duplexes & row houses. Almost all the residences are occupied by the owners.
Mill Woods is bound by Whitemud Drive in the north, 91st Street in the west, Anthony Henday Drive in the South & 34th Street in the East. It consists of the following neighbourhoods – Knottwood, Millhurst, Lakewood, Mill Woods Town Centre, Southwood, Burnewood, Millbourne, Woodvale & Ridgewood.
Burnewood is bound by Whitemud Drive in the north, 50th Street in the west & 34th Street in the east. Jackson Heights & Kiniski Gardens together make up the Burnewood community.
Jackson Heights is named after Annie May Jackson, the first female police officer of Canada who was appointed to the Edmonton Police Department in 1912. Almost all the development in Jackson Heights happened in the 1990s.
Almost 90% of all the housing in the area are for single family setups & the rest are row houses. Almost all the buildings are occupied by their owners.
The Edmonton Public School Board runs the lone school in the area.
Kiniski Gardens is named after Julia Kiniski, a politician from the 1960s. development of the entire area began in the 1970s & carried forward through the 80s & 90s. Almost all the housing in the area are for the nuclear family units & the remaining are apartments & duplexes. One in ten houses in this area is on rent.
Maple Ridge is a manufactured home neighbourhood which is surrounded by industrial lands & which as per the 2012 census has a population of 1,711.
The entire community was developed in the 1970s & 80s. As already mentioned above, all the houses in this area are manufactured homes where less than 5% are rented out & the remainder are occupied by the original owners.
South Edmonton Common is Canada’s biggest retail centre. Covering around 2,300,000 sq. ft., it is the largest open-air retail complex in North America.
Some of the biggest names to open shop at the Commons include IKEA, Walmart, Best Buy, La-Z-Boy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Saks Fifth Avenue & Nordstrom. Home Depot was the first to open shop at the Commons in 1998.
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Neighoborhood Areas You Can Search In Our MLS Listings For South Eastern Edmonton Area

Charlesworth, Crawford Plains, Daly Grove, Greenview, Jackson Heights, Kameyosek, Kiniski Gardens, Walker, Tamarack,Tawa,
Knottwood, Millhurst, Lakewood, Mill Woods Town Centre, Southwood, Burnewood, Millbourne, Woodvale & Ridgewood, Meyokumin, Michaels Park,Pollard Meadows, Decoteau, Bisset, Minchau, Weinlos Ekota, Menisa, Satoo, Bisset, Minchau, Weinlos, Crawford Plains.

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