Cromdale Homes For Sale
Cromdale is one of Central Edmonton’s oldest inner-city neighbourhoods. During the 1960s, its proximity to the city’s downtown and its good transportation linkages spurred a second major development phase in the community. Many of the homes for sale in Cromdale's west end were replaced with higher density apartments.
The odd shape of the area is due to one of its major features, The Kinnaird Ravine, originating in the North Saskatchewan River valley, winds its way through the middle of the neighbourhood and ends at the CNR/LRT right-of-way on the north-western boundary.
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About Cromdale Properties In Edmonton
Cromdale, meaning “crooked valley,” is also the name of a place in Scotland. The name stems from its ravine, which also lends variety to the street alignment and offers excellent recreational activities for residents of Cromdale properties.
Real estate here offers single family residences at the higher end price point and plenty of affordable condo options for first-time buyers or those looking to downsize to easier low-maintenance lifestyles. Nearby amenities include the Coliseum, where the Edmonton Eskimos, the city’s CFL team, entertain residents and visitors.
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The laid-back atmosphere of Cromdale real estate will surely convince you to make this charming little community home. Low rise apartments and single-family homes dominate the market, and prices start as low as $80,000. The highest prices go up to more than $600,000.
Living spaces are up to 1,000 square feet or more, while property lots can be up to 5,000 square feet. Low rise apartments have beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding neighborhood, which boasts towering trees, golf courses, and wide-open green spaces; some apartments even have views of the North Saskatchewan River.
If you’re looking for an area of Cromdale that’s quiet and private, make your way to Kinnaird Park area. There, you’ll be within walking distance of the river, along with a myriad of walking trails and woodlands. The other end of the community is the exact opposite, with easy access to various schools and local amenities.
Dining options are one of the things Cromdale residents enjoy the most, which means there are a lot of them to choose from. See a small list below of some of the best places to eat in this neighbourhood:
- Safron’s Caribbean Delight
- The End Zone Pub
- Coliseum Pizza & Steak
- Wings Sports Bar & Grill
Life in Cromdale
Cromdale is well known for its outdoor lifestyle. Because of this, it boasts an incredible number of recreational activities that can be enjoyed throughout the year. Bird watching, wildlife watching, and recreational fishing make the neighbourhood popular for those who love nature and all that it has to offer. Catch many different species of fish, watch for Downy Woodpeckers, and quietly observe the occasional deer or bear.
If you’re a sports fan, then head over to the famous Commonwealth Stadium. There, you can watch rugby, football, and various other sporting events throughout the year. Close to the stadium, you can find the Joe Clarke Athletic Grounds, Clarke Park, and the Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre.
Downtown Edmonton is mere minutes away from Cromdale, making it a great place to shop or visit unique and interesting places that only downtown can provide. Check out the Edmonton City Centre, the Art Gallery of Alberta, and Rogers Place.
Listing information last updated on August 5th, 2021 at 9:31am MDT.