Encounter Classic Edmonton Culture in McKernan

Many of the boroughs in Edmonton boast decades of community history that laid the foundations for the amenities that modern Albertans still enjoy today. In McKernan, the residential streets wind through what used to be farmland and frontier settlements, but now they're home to an abundance of residential architecture, parks and pathways. Fortunately, the iconic American elms, conifers and other fixtures that once dominated these ex-wetlands remain in force to grant the area a rustic air for all of its modern trappings.

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McKernan Home Buying Opportunities

McKernan's Parks, Transit and Collegiate Conveniences

This borough lies just south of the University of Alberta Hospital. Once part of a marsh, it's currently the site of largely residential streets, schools and a small shopping centre whose retail origins go back decades. Thanks to facilities like an LRT station and borders along 114 Street NW and 109 Street NW, this is a well-connected neighbourhood that serves downtown commuters and local families with equal grace.

Diverse Buying Options in a Seat of History

This community affords its residents many perks, but one of the best advantages of living here is that the properties are so distinctive. For instance, Edmonton builders are continually creating modern, flat-faced designs to cater to the increasingly chic crowd that craves the city life, but there are also plenty of single-level, multi-story and other home types with more classic inspirations. Although fenced yards are the standard in some sections, buyers are more likely to encounter stately country hedgerows and similarly naturalistic landscaping elements in others. As far as consumer choice is concerned, this is a fine place to explore one's preferences in style.

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