What Makes Life So Good in Inglewood?
Looking for a home in Edmonton's northwest interior? Why not follow in the footsteps of the many who set their sights on Inglewood?
A Convenient Community
The reasons for this neighbourhood's popularity are immediately apparent. In addition to having its own little shopping strip running along 124 Street NW, Inglewood is bordered by two major commercial zones. In Westmount Centre, locals can take their pick of big box stores and Canadian standbys, and 120 Street NW hosts a variety of specialty businesses that speak to the growing industry that makes the region so attractive to job seekers.
At the same time, Inglewood avoids the clutter that all too often comes in the wake of convenience, which is an especially impressive feat considering the area's proximity to the Edmonton Municipal Airport. The classically styled community builds on essential fixtures like cozy two-storey homes, hedgerow gardens, and slim streets that leave plenty of room for yards while preventing massive traffic flows. Home to a number of schools and small parks, this is a great place to stretch out in search of quiet regularity and modest accommodations.
Inglewood Real Estate Listings
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Build a Career Here
The Inglewood community is peppered with rentals, and although owner-occupied single-family dwellings aren't as prevalent as they are in other parts of Edmonton, those that exist are known for their quality and chic style. Once a vital terminus along the St. Albert Trail, today's Inglewood still serves as a stopping point for families and individuals seeking to readjust and find their place in the big city.