Northwest Edmonton is a large section of the city that stretches from the downtown core upwards along 97th Street and west, roughly along Stony Plain Road. This large quadrant contains about 35 neighbourhoods. Most real estate in this area is priced under $500,000, but there are a few luxury properties here as well. Homes in NW Edmonton range from older homes built in the 1950s and earlier right up to new construction.
Edmonton’s northwest portion contains many types of homes for sale. Condos in the north west Edmonton area are priced between $80,000 and the mid $600,000s and single family homes are available between $150,000 and a million dollars. Many of these homes are mid-20th century construction, but a generous portion are fairly newly built as well.
The main areas that make up the North west region of Edmonton are Big Lake, Castle Downs, and the Palisades, each of these sections is made up of a variety of smaller neighbourhoods.
Some of the neighbourhoods in this area include:
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Listing information last updated on July 20th, 2019 at 3:46pm MDT.
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