Variety Thrives in Patricia Heights
Carved from a triangular sliver of land south of Whitemud Drive NW, Patricia Heights is an interesting study in variation. Most of the homes broke ground between the 1960s and 1970s. Nonetheless, the diverse architectural examples on display mean that it's hard not to find something worth investing in for the long term.
A Community That Caters to Its Inhabitants
Patricia Heights features a healthy blend of mixed-use zoning that makes life all the more interesting. For instance, although the neighbourhood stretches all the way to the North Saskatchewan River via the Rio Park system, its central area is home to affordable apartments. The eastern border of the community also holds the Patricia Heights Shopping Centre, although travelling along the adjacent 156 Street NW will easily get shoppers to larger commercial hubs, like Meadowlark and the West Edmonton Mall.
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A Relaxed Space for Future Growth
Patricia Heights may not have the kind of widespread reputation that other parts of Edmonton enjoy, but this actually works in its favour. The homes here can afford to stretch out a bit more, so some of the residences in the Patricia Ravine area enjoy expansive lots and wooded surroundings that make it hard to notice the surrounding city at all. Even the more densely packed sections are noteworthy for their low-traffic layouts and access to schools, Edmonton Transit System stops, and the pedestrian trails that cross above Whitemud Drive to the north and link with Westridge to the south.