Eastwood Homes for Sale
Bordering Delton to the west, Elmwood Park to the east, and Parkdale to the south, Eastwood homes for sale are right in the middle of a tight-knit and family friendly community. Consisting of an almost equal balance of low-rise apartments and single-family bungalows, Eastwood real estate offers home buyers an affordable and convenient option in Central Edmonton. Most of the area homes were built after World War II on decent sized lots featuring separate garages with back alley access.
Today, Eastwood is experiencing a bit of resurrection as older homes are being replaced with newer, more modern buildings on existing lots. Along with these changes, discerning home buyers are noticing the attractive location and home prices that Eastwood real estate has to offer. This is a neighbourhood that's rapidly changing for the better.
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Though Eastwood was subdivided in the early twentieth century, many of the homes you'll find here today are very new builds, the result of a boom created by families who recognize the potential in Eastwood's prime location but who're looking for newer—and bigger—homes than the original bungalows built after the war. Starting at around $325,000, a newer series of duplexes constructed by Canland Homes have been attracting buyers by providing sophisticated modern features, like:
- Quartz or granite countertops
- Stainless steel appliances
- Gas fireplaces
- Tile kitchen backsplashes
- Master bedrooms with 5-piece ensuite
With sizes starting at 1,040 square feet, these Eastwood homes for sale are an affordable option for families looking to live in a rapidly rejuvenating neighbourhood that's located extremely close to downtown. The beauty of redevelopment is that, though the houses themselves are newer, the streets and landscaping retain that much-prized maturity of the city's most historical communities. Much Edmonton itself, Eastwood has retained its character while adapting to changing times.
Buyers who are on a more modest budget or who are looking for a classic piece of Edmonton architecture will find a number of traditional bungalows in the area that were built between 1940 and 1965. From fixer uppers to fully upgraded homes, there is a range of properties available for below $300,000, some of which include exciting features like separate side entrances and fully finished basements. If you're an investor, in particular, these potentially make for excellent investment properties.
Be sure to ask sellers about recent improvements like shingles, hot water tanks, windows, HVAC systems, and much more. In the right hands, every single piece of Eastwood real estate has tons of potential.
Living in Eastwood Real Estate
This is a great neighbourhood for active families, sports fans, and those who appreciate culture. Eastwood homes for sale are situated very close to many downtown attractions, including Rexall Place, home of the Oilers, and Commonwealth Stadium, home of the Eskimos. Residents can visit the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Citadel Theatre, or the Winspear Centre for Music without travelling very far, or they can visit the enchanting green spaces of the North Saskatchewan River Valley via trails south of Borden Park. Additionally, Eastwood includes a number of parks with playgrounds and a skating rink maintained by the local community league.
Eastwood is also terrific for students since it's so close to the University of Alberta campus. Unsurprisingly, a large proportion of the population is in their 20s, though the neighbourhood's relative quiet attracts retirees too. Commuting from Eastwood is simple, thanks to the Coliseum LRT station that offers excellent access to Central Edmonton and all of Edmonton’s major attractions and amenities. The major thoroughfares of Yellowhead Highway and Wayne Gretzky Drive are nearby too, so you'll never be on the road for long.
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Listing information last updated on February 19th, 2019 at 3:46pm MST.