Grandview Heights Homes For Sale
Homes for sale in Grandview Heights are some of the fanciest available in the Edmonton real estate market. Starting life as the McCauley family estate in 1882, the area officially became a part of the City of Edmonton in the early 1900's, it wasn't until the 1960's though that a significant amount of residential construction took place. As one of Edmonton's most sought-after and elite communities, Grandview Heights homes for sale are contemporary in style and grandiose in scale.
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About Grandview Heights Homes for Sale
Oversized lots that back onto the ravine, large floor plans and unparalleled access to boundless options for recreation, shopping, and top-tier education. It's these features that make Grandview Heights homes for sale a popular choice to even the most discerning of buyers. As a result of the area's popularity and the high demand to live here, homes are generally above average in price when compared to the rest of Edmonton's real estate market.
Elegant entryways, hardwood flooring, and high-end appliances are just some of the amazing features that can be found in the custom-built homes of the Grandview Heights real estate market. As a result of the bespoke construction, you'll also find plenty of world-class interior design elements including cantilevered fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows, kitchens that would make five-star chefs jealous and open metal staircases.
Lifestyle and Amenities in Grandview Heights
Many of the homes for sale in Grandview Heights are backed onto by the Whitemud Creek Ravine and are within walking distance of the Whitemud Equestrian Park, Whitemud Park (where you'll find the Alfred Savage Centre which offers year-round outdoor activities) and Grandview Park. To the southern border is the University of Alberta's farmlands where you can walk the grounds of the Green and Gold Community Garden, or purchase organic produce at the twice-weekly market; the market is completely operated by volunteers and all proceeds are given to the Tubahumurize Association in Rwanda.
There are two schools that are in Grandview Heights as well as a number of education facilities in neighboring areas such as Pleasantview, Garneau and Jasper Place. According to compareschoolrankings.org, schools in this part of Edmonton offer some of the highest quality education and grades in Edmonton—consistently scoring above 8/10 over the past half-decade.
Although there are no grocery or convenience stores in Grandview Heights, there is a medical clinic and mechanic shop just off of 124 Street and 63 Avenue. A visit to neighboring Garneau will satisfy all of your grocery shopping needs and the Southgate Shopping Centre is reachable by car in under ten minutes.