A Gateway to Wild Alberta in Laurier Heights
Living in a big city brings everything that one could desire within arm's length. The only problem is that such convenience often means giving up precious connections to family-friendly entertainment and the natural environment. Fortunately for those who'd rather not lose sight of either extreme, there's Laurier Heights.
Laurier Heights is an area in the western part of the city that overlooks the river valley. Almost all of the homes in Laurier Heights were built after the Second World War through the mid 1960s. Laurier Heights real estate is a great opportunity for first time buyers and for families who are ready to upgrade their homes because there is a wide variety of styles and prices for homes.
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More About Laurier Heights Real Estate
An Attractive Borough's Key Characteristics
Like many Edmonton neighbourhoods, Laurier Heights sits in a natural bend of the North Saskatchewan River. Whereas some of its neighbours squeeze right up against the forested banks and ravines, however, this community enjoys a bit of separation in the form of gentle bike trails, parks and the Edmonton Valley Zoo.
Having these kinds of amenities right in one's backyard goes a long way towards countering the inevitably rapid pace of city life. Those who live along these low-density residential streets are known for enjoying the Edmonton experience as it comes.
Great Neighbours and Convenient Locales
The Laurier Heights Community League has served this area for decades. Today, this organization remains a central fixture among the classic suburban homes, green spaces and ever-present backyard alleys where neighbours enjoy over-the-fence chats about gardening, their kids and good times.
Most Laurier Heights homes were built before 1970, so there's a high prevalence of single-family dwellings situated on ample lots with well-landscaped yards. Although modern development may not blaze forward in this placid neighbourhood, it's by no means frozen in time: Edge roads like 87 Avenue NW and 149 Street NW make it easy to reach modern shopping venues, travel downtown or cross the river in search of other adventures.