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Ride a bike a few minutes down the path to go skiing or camping without ever leaving Edmonton. Explore the Whitemud Creek Ravine before recharging at the restaurants downtown. Spend all day shopping at Southgate Centre, or hop on Whitemud Drive NW to traverse the city. In Landsdowne, it's all too easy to drink deeply of the riches of Alberta's capital.
Lansdowne is a charming neighbourhood overlooking Whitemud Creek Ravine in South West Edmonton. Known as one of Edmonton's most eclectic and inviting areas, it is the perfect location for singles or families that want access to all that Edmonton has to offer along with the feel of a quiet, rural setting. This is a popular neighbourhood with the city's urban professionals who are looking for a diverse community with access to all amenities.
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What's Life Like in Landsdowne?
This neighbourhood is served by a community league that dates back to the late 1960s. Today, members can play tennis, skate outdoors and join in on lively meetings at the organization's hall. Such convenient gathering points serve to tie the residents of this multiethnic community together and help people discover what they have in common.
Landsdowne is a high-income area, and as one might expect, it enjoys a premium location. With thriving verdant borders like the forests around Whitemud Creek, this is a peaceful borough of modestly sized properties, a large green through-corridor and a massive park space.
Homes in this Edmonton community date back to different time periods. Although around 90 percent were built between 1960 and 1980, development has been ongoing since then, and designers clearly exercised their creative freedom along the way.
Instead of boring uniformity, one should expect to encounter homes that have lots of personality, large yards and garage space. These kinds of features make the perfect compliments to the slow-moving residential streets, tree-filled traffic islands and quiet walking paths that surround the area.
Lansdowne is located near the University of Alberta Farm, as well as being close to the Snow Valley Ski Hill and Michener Park, so it is a great location for the active family. The neighbourhood was developed over a 20 year period beginning in the '60s. Most of the homes are single family residences and there are also some apartments in the area.