Central McDougall HOMES FOR SALE
Central McDougall is a safe, diverse, and dynamic community where you feel connected and have a sense of belonging. The neighbourhood is proud to be part of these revitalized communities which contribute to a vibrant city.
Central McDougall homes for sale are located in Edmonton between 111 Avenue and 105 Avenue, and 101 Street and 109 Street. Residents enjoy a close-knit community, with the Central McDougall Community League formed here in 1923.
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About Central McDougall In Edmonton
Homes for sale in Central McDougall spotlight affordable condos and townhomes with modern features including high ceilings, gas fireplaces, granite counters and more. The neighbourhood is named after John Alexander McDougall (1854-1928) who was an early Edmonton businessman, real estate developer and city mayor (1908).
McDougall served as an MLA and on the Senate of the University of Alberta. He was born in Ontario and came to Edmonton in 1879. He opened the first general store on Jasper Avenue and a replica of his store is located in Fort Edmonton Park.
This largely residential neighbourhood is located north of Downtown Edmonton, Central McDougall boasts low traffic noise, friendly neighbours, and a family-friendly atmosphere. There are a number of outstanding schools nearby, along with parks and green spaces for everyone to enjoy. Central McDougall homes for sale are dominated by detached family homes and low-rise apartments, many of which overlook the beautiful surrounding neighbourhood. Affordable prices and a convenient location are sure to turn the heads of first-time homeowners, single parents, families, and many others.
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Despite its small size, Central McDougall has everything from schools to emergency services to heritage centers and museums. Its properties vary in size, with the largest being more than 7,000 square feet. Living spaces are up to 2,000 square feet or more, with 900 square feet being average. Because of this, Central McDougall real estate is ideal for those who are looking to downsize or purchase their very first homes.
Prices vary from around $100,000 to more than $500,000. Many homes were constructed in the 1970s or earlier, while others were built more recently. Because of Central McDougall’s beauty and convenient location, it’s seen quite a bit of growth over the last several years.
Views over the charming McDougall neighbourhood will surely take your breath away as you witness a panorama of parks, green spaces, and protected areas. The pristine North Saskatchewan River winds gracefully to the south and the west and is perfect for hot days and quiet walks.
Medical facilities and schools are all within close proximity to this stunning little neighbourhood, which makes it ideal for established families and single families who have older children. Find comfort in the closeness of the Royal Alexandria Hospital and visit parks like Giovanni Cabato Park, Airways Park, and Oliver Park.
Life in Central McDougall
You can’t get much better than life in Central McDougall. Not only is it close to Downtown Edmonton, but you can also enjoy golf, hikes, tennis, and much more. See below for just a few of the golf courses that surround this lovely community:
- Royal Glenora Club
- Royal Mayfair Golf Club
- Riverside Golf Course
- Highlands Golf Club
- Rundle Park Golf Course
Heritage places and museums abound in Central McDougall and tell of a fascinating past. Visit Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre, The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum, and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Alberta Branch. These places will not only offer information about McDougall’s history but also boasts exhibits and artifacts.
Minutes from McDougall, fall in love with the North Saskatchewan River. It’s one of the largest rivers in Alberta and is fed by glaciers in the majestic Rocky Mountains. It’s more than 1,000 kilometers long and offers many different recreational activities, the most popular being fishing. Catch walleye, northern pike, lake sturgeon, and many other species throughout the year.
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Listing information last updated on February 19th, 2019 at 5:01pm MST.