Living a Fuller Life in Fulton Place
Among Edmonton's many residential neighbourhoods, Fulton Place stands apart for its leisurely pace of life, interesting layout and enticing closeness to amenities. With major through-roads like 106 Avenue NW, 101 Avenue NW and 50 Street NW forming its borders, the area is easy to reach from most parts of the city.
Defining Fulton Place
Although three of its edges align with large roads, the city's robust transit network rarely disturbs those who build and buy homes here. Thanks to smart landscaping features, like tree-laden medians, and long lots with substantial yards, locals don't have to settle for feeling like they live right on the highway. Fulton Place's westernmost boundary also coincides with a green corridor that separates it from other Edmonton boroughs and provides a welcome buffer between the community and Wayne Gretzky Drive.
Homes and real estate for sale in Fulton Place appeal to a wide range of buyers. This Southeast Edmonton neighbourhood offers good value for first-time buyers looking for a smaller home or condo, and there are plenty of homes for sale to accommodate larger families as well. Also known as Hardisty, this lovely suburb is located south of 106th Ave, near Edmonton Northlands. It is a walking and transit friendly neighbourhood with easy access to downtown via 98th Ave. Read more about homes in Fulton Place.
Fulton Place Real Estate Listings
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A Community for Families to Grow
In Around 90 percent of the homes here are single-family residences, and the rest include low-rise apartments and a sprinkling of duplexes. With most of the homes being built during the 1950s and 1960s, this is a great place to find a property with a classic layout that doesn't try to cram tons of people into a limited space or skimp on perks like yards.
The Fulton Place Community League dates back to 1958. To this day, it continues contributing to local parks, educational opportunities and other great resources. Those who come here in search of personal space don't have to sacrifice the perks of the Edmonton high life to attain it.
There are plenty of recreational opportunities available to residents of Fulton Place. Hardisty Fitness and Leisure Centre is in the area, and the Michael Cameron Arena is nearby as well..