South Central Edmonton
This area of the city borders the North Saskatchewan River and runs from The Riverside Golf Course down through Bonnie Doon, Queen Elizabeth Park, Garneau, and along to Windsor Park. Across the river from downtown, South Central Edmonton real estate can be found in a number of affordable areas, along with well-established communities, and is nestled amongst a wealth of green spaces and outdoor recreation. Residents can enjoy walkable neighbourhoods with great schools nearby including the University of Alberta, and plenty of restaurants to choose from, as well as bistros, cafes, tap houses, theatres and more.
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From the great retirement options in Bonnie Doon to the well-priced, high-value homes in Garneau and the mature neighbourhoods like Windsor Park there's South Central Edmonton properties here to suit all home buyers.
Whether you're looking for a hassle free condo or townhouse, a modern estate with breathtaking views, a large family home that boasts brand new fixtures, or a vintage bungalow waiting for the inspired eye of renovators, you'll find what you're looking for with South Central Edmonton real estate.
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The Urban Outdoors Of South Central Edmonton
The greenbelts here offer residents nature trails, walking paths, scenic golf courses, picnics, playgrounds, sports fields and more. Mill Creek Ravine Park has off-leash dog areas and pristine bike trails, while William Hawrelak Park provides picnic spots along the river, and is the site of special city events including the late summer Heritage Festival.
Restaurants of South Central Edmonton include the popular Continental Treat Fine Bistro and its unique dill pickle soup and comprehensive wine and beer selections. Other attractions in the area include the C & E Railway Museum and Sugar Swing Dance Club. This is a great central location for those who work downtown and who want to be part of the excitement and action of the city but with the rural escape of the great outdoors right in their backyards.
Do you want a closer look at the neighbourhoods we've listed for South Central Edmonton? We'd be happy to take you through some properties that have caught your eye and fill you in on the areas. Send us an email or give us a call at 780.988.0001.
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Listing information last updated on November 24th, 2017 at 9:16pm MST.