With an ideal central-west location and flourishing business centre, Westmount is quickly becoming one of Edmonton’s most coveted destinations to call home. Situated on the doorstep of the downtown core, this neighbourhood offers an ideal balance of scenic natural amenities and first-class city conveniences.
You’ll find a wide variety of home styles throughout Westmount, including detached homes, duplexes, and condos. An appealing mixture of character-filled older homes and contemporary-style infill projects offer major curb appeal along the neighbourhood’s tree-lined streets.
Explore this gorgeous home that showcases this sought-after community’s infill developments at their finest!
Featuring three bedrooms and four bathrooms, this 1,864
Are you a fan of the classic Old Fashioned? Or perhaps you fancy something a little sweeter, like a citrus-based cocktail with a Mexican twist? The good news is: Central Edmonton offers plenty of delicious cocktail options, so there's something for everyone (even for the coffee lover!).
Whether you're looking to impress a first date, or are hitting the town with a group of friends, below are some of the Proctor Team's picks for six sip-worthy cocktails in Central Edmonton.
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With the days of summer officially behind us, we know that it’s only a matter of time before temperatures take a dip and our energy bills begin to rise. Keeping our homes functioning efficiently and effectively is important year-round, but even more so throughout the winter months. To maximize the heat your home produces, and to help keep your bills from skyrocketing, our realtor team at Proctor put together a list of simple ways to save energy in your home.
Adjust your thermostat
Making some easy adjustments to your thermostat can save more energy than you think. If you have a programmable thermostat, schedule your heat to be higher during the day when you’re at home and lower when you plan to go to sleep. Invest in some warm bed covers to
Consistency is the name of the game when it comes to Edmonton’s real estate market in October.
A single family home in the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) sold for an average of $423,755, which is down 1.8% year-over-year (y/y). Condo prices were up slightly by 0.5% y/y at $245,698. All residential property prices remained mostly unchanged, down 0.6% from October, 2015.
“The housing market in Edmonton continues to experience relative stability, with increased sales and steady prices year-over-year for October,” said Steve Sedgwick, Chair of the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. “We typically see the market slow during the colder months, so it is encouraging to see us moving into late fall with strong numbers.”