Located in southwest Edmonton, Quesnell Heights is part of three neighbourhoods that share common facilities. The area is bordered by the Patricia Ravine in the southwest, by Whitemud drive in the north and the Saskatchewan River frames the south eastern section. Quesnell Heights is in the area east of 149th Street.
Courtesy Of Janice Kosak Of MaxWell Challenge Realty
192 Quesnell Crescent Nw, Edmonton
QUESNELL CRESCENT. Homes like this rarely come on the market in the amazing neighbourhood, once people live here they never want to move. Situated on a 10,466 sf lot facing an island park and has an unobstructed view of North Saskatchewan parkland. This 5 bedroom 3.5 bath home features many architectural elements combined with traditional in a more modern open plan. Light filled living room and dining room are perfect for gatherings of any size.
Courtesy Of Robert Parsons Of MaxWell Devonshire Realty
123 Quesnell Crescent Nw, Edmonton
Superb river valley lot. This large bungalow located on Quesnell Crescent sits on a huge lot overlooking the magnificent North Saskatchewan River Valley to the south with views over Whitemud Bridge and Fort Edmonton Park. Finish the renovation or build your custom dream home on approx 20,000 sq ft river view lot. This very large walkout bungalow features large living and dining room with newer hardwood floors, gas fireplace and floor to ceiling
Quesnell was first developed in the 1960s, when most of the homes were built. More development of this single family neighbourhood occurred in the 1970s. Today, nearly all the homes are owner occupied, making Quesnell Heights one of Edmonton’s most stable neighbourhoods.
Quesnell Heights is very conveniently located, with easy access to the University of Alberta, the West Edmonton Mall and Whyte Avenue. From Quesnell Heights, you’ll use bridges to connect with the rest of the city of Edmonton. Quesnell Heights is served by both public and Catholic schools.