Bellevue: A Small Community That Lives Up to Big Expectations
Although it may lack the size of some of its nearby counterparts, Bellevue's character makes up for its diminutive nature. Its regular street grids are defined not by looming high-rises but rather mature trees that reveal an essence of openness that makes it easy for anyone to feel permanently welcome.
Getting Around in Bellevue
This dainty community shares borders with Wayne Gretzky Drive and 118 Avenue NW. These roads and the public transit that follows them lead excitement-seekers to venues like the Edmonton Expo Centre, Commonwealth Stadium and Northlands Ice Coliseum. What's even more appealing to many residents, however, is the near-instantaneous access to the North Saskatchewan River and the forests and golf clubs along its banks. Whether they're travelling downtown, visiting friends in the southern part of the city or seeking a natural refuge, locals get to enjoy scenic routes and open exploration along the waterfront.
Courtesy Of Robert Rudyk Of Front Door Real Estate
11120 69 Street, Edmonton
Check out this rare find in the Bellevue/Highlands area one block from the river valley. This completely renovated home provides all the updated comforts while maintaining nostalgic charm. Enter into the massive living room with brick feature wall and mantel with new electric fireplace. The updated kitchen offers new cabinets, counter tops, with breakfast eating bar and stainless steel appliances. The formal dining has a huge built-in
Charming Bungalow on HUGE, beautifully landscaped lot! Home has been thoroughly renovated with natural stone and Hardwood flooring throughout. Upgraded Kitchen and main floor bath. Newer Stainless steel appliances. Newer windows and Furnace. Spent almost $7000 on new, 50 yr. shingles and partial sheathing recently. Oversize garage. 2 bedrooms and 3 piece bath in fully developed basement which also includes a small kitchen. Only 2 blocks to LRT
Courtesy Of Peter Lukasiewicz Of The Foundry Real Estate Company Ltd
11501 68 Street, Edmonton
Perfect Move-In Ready, 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Home, on an RF3 Corner Lot! You can feel the character the moment you walk up to the property and once you enter the home, you can see the comfortable living space and investment opportunity that it is. A well laid out main floor with two nicely sized bedrooms, large and bright living room, dedicated dining room, and a bright and efficient kitchen, this place feels like Home! The basement has a
Courtesy Of Peter Myrlak Of 1st Choice Realty Edmonton Ltd.
11343 69 Street, Edmonton
Quaint and Cozy home with wood burning fireplace has Character Plus!!! Original hardwood floors, sash windows (original and new), enclosed front and back porches. Upgrades/renos completed! Roof, electrical, plumbing, insulation, windows, bathroom, blinds, light fixtures, Nice floor plan has open concept living room and dining room with several character windows offering natural light and evening sunlight from the west exposure. The large kitchen
Courtesy Of Jason Sather Of Marv Sather Real Estate Ltd
11244 67 Street, Edmonton
Great location!! In the Heart of the gentrifying Highlands/Bellevue community. Nestled on a beautiful tree lined street on a good sized 33 x 123 ft lot. This home has a good floor plan with two bedrooms up and good sized living room and kitchen as well. Shingles are approximately 10 years old, newer laminate flooring in living room, and linoleum in kitchen, Exterior was painted last year also a newer tub in bathroom. but areas require little
Welcome to this 1 Bedroom Cozy Studio Home. This home is in a Peaceful Area and is surrounded with Gorgeous Mature Trees. The home has been Greatly Updated over the years and features a Metal Roof which will be good for Decades. The Neighborhood is close to Concordia University and main traffic Arteries. In the back you can Park 2 vehicles easy and there is a 20' x 12' Garage. The Lot measures 33' x 123' and is zoned RF3. For less than what a
Bellevue's small size has neighbourly benefits too. Whereas some suburbs inevitably sprawl, around 96 percent of the residences here are single-family dwellings, and only a fraction of the homes are rentals. Being able to get to know their neighbours makes it easier for families to explore and discover awesome opportunities. Of course, it also doesn't hurt that the neighbourhood has its own local schools and a community league that have been providing resources and gathering places since the 1920s.