Allendale, Edmonton Homes For Sale
What was once land abundant with agriculture, is now one of Edmonton’s most established neighbourhoods known for its cozy setting of oak-tree-lined streets. This south-west Edmonton neighbourhood is encompassed by east 104 street and the Canadian Pacific Rail Way, 70th Avenue North, 109th Street to the West, and 61st Avenue to the South. Much of Allendale real estate was built during a more prosperous time after WWII with 1950s ranch houses situated on deep lots. Although many of the homes are from the mid-century era, you’ll come across some of Edmonton’s most modern custom-builds. It’s a fantastic blend of old and new, attracting a sophisticated buyer, and families looking for more space. If you’re on the hunt for stylish contemporary homes, Allendale real estate has welcomed brand-new single-family homes to the neighbourhood.
Real Estate Statistics
- Total Listings: 24
- Average Price: $540,237
- Highest Price: $925,000
- Lowest Price: $330,000
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Allendale real estate for many residents is a point of pride. One of the benefits of living in a mature neighbourhood like Allendale is that your neighbours have been residents there for some time, which means they’ll be able to point newcomers in the right direction. They’ve spent many dedicated years of maintaining a charming and welcoming atmosphere. If you’re considering Allendale, you’ll appreciate the variety of homes offered, as well as close proximity to the University of Alberta, and Whyte Avenue.
Allendale is full of 50s bungalow styles with two-levels and fully finished basements. These were the pinnacle of the middle-class home back in the day, where the quality of craftsmanship is evident. Many of the homes have been updated starting from the exterior with new plaster and stucco finishes, fresh paints, new roofs and modern landscaping. Interiors are bright with light, featuring refinished hardwood floors, renovated gourmet kitchens, and plush 3 to 5-piece bathrooms. Floorplans of these solid bungalows start at 1,110 square feet to 1,600 square feet, accommodating 2 to 5 bedrooms and bathrooms. Other features to look forward to in vintage Allendale homes for sale include:
- Crown molding,
- Stainless steel appliances
- 9-foot ceilings
These homes are perfect for building onto. Some properties have self-contained legal suites which could be a fruitful income generator for students, since the University of Alberta is not far from Allendale.
Other single-family options in Allendale real estate include ultra-contemporary styles of single-family home and duplexes. Newer homes in this neighbourhood offer more space with floor plans that range from 1,300 to 2,700 square feet, offering 2 to 5 bedrooms and bathrooms. The home's exteriors and interiors boast modern designs and high-end finishes. Large windows and high-ceiling sallow for plenty of natural light into the open floor plans. Sharp kitchens with glossy backsplashes, sparkling quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and breakfast bars make it a pleasure to cook in. Master bedrooms are roomy with 5-piece ensuite bathrooms with soaker tubs and waterfall showers. Some bedrooms have their own balcony facing the sun!
Nearly every single home in this neighbourhood has a generous-sized lot with a fenced in property. For extra storage and parking space, many of the newer homes come with a detached double garage.
Allendale is close to two major places for shopping at Southgate Centre, and Boonie Doon Mall, and has quick access to Whyte Avenue. Gourmet grocery shopping is found close to home at Sunterra Market where you can find farm-to-table groceries and high-quality meats. It’s also a place where you can mingle with the community and take cooking lessons. Old Country Meats butcher shop is also right next to the Allendale neighbourhood. Home Depot, Staples, Mark’s and plenty of car dealerships are on the eastern limits of the neighbourhood. Just blocks from home, you’ll find Whyte Avenue where there’s plenty of cafes, barbers, and liquor stores along the corridor. There’s even a neighbourhood watering hole at the Allendale Pub that has a VLT room!
The Allendale School is attached to Allendale Park which is a nice place to play some rounds of tennis, sun-tan on the fields, play some hoops, play some baseball, or take the kids to the playground area. Allendale Community League offers residents memberships to the ice rink, Scona Pool, community events, and the tennis courts. You can also rent the public hall if you ever need to through an event in the neighbourhood.
Schools Nearby Allendale
- Allendale School
- Parkallen School
- Strathcona High School
- Metro Edmonton High Scholl
- Alberta School for the Deaf
- Mount Pleasant School
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Listing information last updated on February 15th, 2019 at 3:01pm MST.