Glenora's Urbane Refinement
What comes from partaking of the Glenora lifestyle? Here, Edmontonians enjoy everything from upscale single-family homes with massive yards to high-rise living just minutes from downtown. Such variety attracts a diverse array of people, making this into a community that always has something interesting to offer.
Glenora is one of Edmonton’s most upscale neighbourhoods. It offers beautiful views of the Saskatchewan River Valley. The neighbourhood is also home to the Royal Alberta Museum and the Alberta Government House, home to the Government House Park. Glenora can be found south of 107th Avenue between Groat Road and 142nd Street.
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Culture and Access
A century after getting its start as an Edmonton farmstead, modern Glenora now bears the fruits of decades of sustained residential development. From mansion homes built for the politicians of the early 1900s to suburban fare from the World War II era and later, numerous architectural styles and residential layouts meet harmoniously to give the neighbourhood a unique sense of personality. Best of all, the convenient-yet-restrained commercial development offers essential amenities without too much fuss.
Glenora's eastern end is home to the provincial Government House and the Royal Alberta Museum. In addition to providing career opportunities, these facilities have inspired locals to come together and strengthen their neighbourhoods for years. Today, four schools and a host of community facilities make it easy to stay engaged and linked to Edmonton's constantly evolving future.
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Is Glenora just for the wealthy? This may have been the case once, but now, a range of property types make it possible for a broader variety of homeowners to take advantage of manicured lawns, stately edifices and orderly streets. With ready access to parks and trails along the North Saskatchewan River, it's easy to understand the attraction.