In a south fork of the Mill Creek Ravine sits a neighbourhood known as Argyll. As a barrier residential zone between the ravine and south Edmonton's industrial corridor, this area is almost exclusively home to single-family residences. With more than 83 percent of its properties occupied by their owners, it's a prime example of a community that loves and cares for the land it calls home.
A Unique Boundary Position
Argyll bears the peculiar distinction of being in the midst of the city yet still retaining broad open spaces. Argyll Park is almost as expansive as the house-lined neighbourhoods, and one needn't walk far to imbibe the calm atmosphere of forested groves or partake of open-air sporting events alongside family and friends. With nearby fixtures like velodromes, athletic clubs and the Edmonton Japanese Community Association, this is indeed a special place to call home.
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Welcome to this charming,RENOVATED home in a spectacular area w/city views!Located across from Argyll Park+Mill Creek Ravine, this location is PRIME!The main floor boasts a decorative beam,hardwood floors+has an open concept layout w/spacious living room+kitchen.The updated kitchen offers granite,s/s appliances,glass tile backsplash,eat-up island,dining space+garden door to the back deck.The main floor has three 3 spacious bedrooms(primary
WHAT A GREAT LOCATION IN THE POPULAR COMMUNITY OF ARGYL - 110X53 CORNER LOT IS A PERFECT BUY AND HOLD PROPERTY. Situated on a mature treed lined street this home is very livable but comes with the future ability to easily redevelop. The home features 3 beds up with a 4pce bath, living room, dining area and kitchen. You will love the original hardwood floors, period details and ceiling treatments that you just cant find on newer homes. The
Argyll also boasts no shortage of special opportunities due to its nearness to some of the city's most prominent industrial parks. This makes the area a perfect jumping-off point for people who want to cultivate their careers, and since the neighbourhood itself is bounded by a row of retailers and Argyll Road NW, the pace of business rarely imposes on those who want to take a break without leaving Edmonton.
With around 1,000 people living in a few hundred classic dwellings, this is a special oasis in a city characterized by steady growth. Far from rural yet not quite urban, it's a hotbed for the kind of progress that thrives on ever-present opportunities.