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The People and The Real Estate in Brintnell
The picturesque suburb of Brintnell is a peaceful, residential neighborhood that is becoming increasingly popular and rapidly blossoming into a homeowners' paradise. Dotted with charming cul-de-sacs, pedestrian pathways and a gorgeous green corridor that winds its way leisurely through its environs, residents feel safe and secure encapsulated within their growing community.
At the heart of the Brintnell is its downtown, which is exclusively reserved for businesses to spread their wings and keep abreast of the property boom that has graced the area for well over a decade now. A lively community center and several shopping complexes make up the endearing nucleus of the town where residents happily greet each other with a familiarity that is hard to come by in a big city.
With a loop architectural design on the interior, Brintnell has a pretty and alluring aesthetic appeal. In order to foster and maintain the excellent property values in parallel with the sustainability of further enhancing development in the area, naturally to the advantage of home-owners, Brintnell has an arterial thoroughfare on its exterior delivering exceptional and easy connectivity to the larger city of Edmonton.
The New Community of Brintnell
Nestled in Northeast Edmonton, Alberta, Brintnell is bordered by residential neighborhoods to the south and west and is flanked in the east by the Gorman Industrial site, which is easily accessible across Manning Drive via 160th Avenue. The area to the north, connected by 167 Avenue, has already been allocated for future and continued residential housing which will only accelerate the property boom the area has witnessed over the past few years.
An amazing 94% of the housing units are single-family residences, out of which, 97% are owner-occupied. There are a plethora of several types of residences including comfortable single-detached 2-story homes, attractive bi-level houses, elegant 4-level split homes, large duplexes and, even grand townhouses.
Location is always key and the ideal time to invest in Brintnell is now because the area is still being developed. So you get in at a relatively low price and watch your wise-investment gradually appreciate. While the real estate in the area blossoms, so will your acquisition.
Your New Brintnell Home in Edmonton
Part of the Pilot Sound Area Structural Plan in 1981, Brintnell was quaintly named after Wilfred Leigh Britnell (1895 – 1971) who was known for his adventurous trips into the unknown.
Prior to 2000, the area was relatively undeveloped with a substantial portion of the land allocated for agriculture. In 2005, with a population boom in Edmonton and an ever-increasing demand for real estate, 500 homes were developed in Brintnell. This catharsis brought about a rejuvenated facelift to the area with modern amenities, parks and schools springing up everywhere. Some of the best schools in the area are a little over 1 kilometer away, with the furthest school being within an easy reach of 4.5 kilometers.
Unquestionably, Brintnell has been very well designed, situated just close enough to bustling Edmonton but far enough from the buzzing life of a big city town and cocooned in its blissful abode of serenity.
Things to do in Brintnell
Without a shadow of a doubt, Brintnell is one of the most charming neighborhoods nestled in Edmonton. With an array of amenities and activities sprinkled across the landscape, it is truly is an amalgamation of old world charm meets modern urbanization.
Since Brintnell is still developing, there are a host of activities in neighboring Edmonton, which is one of Canada’s top tourist destinations. As a result, Brintnell is an idyllic residential haven with access to the best of both worlds – peace and limitless fun.
Situated just 11 odd Km or a 21 drive minute drive away from Brintnell, Edmonton is a pulsing hub of entertainment for the entire family and has one of the best urban landscapes with a fantastic blend of culture, history, entertainment and sports all wrapped up into one. Home to North America's largest mall, Canada's biggest historical park and largest living history museum it is a cauldron of hustle and bustle. From world-class shopping to hiking, art to skating and fantastic restaurants to even skiing, its cosmopolitan terrain yields limitless promise.
For nature and animal lovers, there is a host of activities which the whole family can immerse themselves in from the Edmonton Valley Zoo with its train rides, paddle boats and merry go rounds to the Edmonton Corn Maize which features a stunning maize set in 15 acres of thrilling excitement. The magnificent Edmonton Mall Marine Life Aquarium has an incredible range of sea life from reptiles to sharks and cute sea lions. Then there is the Thistle Hill Farm Petting Zoo and Pony Rides, a great place to host birthday parties and other fun events. Sprinkled with parks and theaters, indoor and outdoor playgrounds and fun centers, galleries and historic sites and festivals, there isn't a dull moment in Edmonton.
For a more relaxed homely getaway, the Brintnell Park is beautifully laid out with abundant parking and bus stops at both ends so residents from the around the area have easy accessibility if they aren’t close enough to walk to it. The facility is divided into four main areas with plenty of activities to keep families occupied for the entire day. The massive playground is partitioned with a fantastic rock-climbing feature – one half reserved for the little ones and the other for their bigger siblings to rough and tumble about.
In addition, there is also a soccer field for the young sports enthusiasts and a large splash pad featuring thoughtful activities where mums and dads can frolic with their kids. The adjoining sandbox with readily available toys has been graciously designed with a rock feature for that added spark of adventure. There is even a sledding hill that has seen its fair share of fun.
When the weather is glorious, there are a couple of idyllic picnic spots in the area including Brintnell's picturesque lake where families and friends can get together for a relaxed day in the sun.
Parks in neighboring Hollick-Kenyon and Miller are fantastic alternatives so residents can toggle between different options to change things up for the kids.
For serious health buffs, The Casselman Sports Fields, as well as the Londonderry Athletic Grounds are near enough to indulge in fun sports and fitness activities, including swimming, all year round.
In addition, there are sufficient as well as convenient options to satisfy regular shopping needs with the Clareview Town Centre, Londonderry Mall and a large Sobeys supermarket to the north.
Last but definitely not the least, the Horse Hill Community League is an exceptional initiative aimed at bringing the neighborhoods of Alberta together, through fun children’s programs, including sports and swimming programs and resident-based initiatives designed to benefit the community as a whole.
Brintnell has a total of 10 neighboring communities within close proximity to each other and because it is situated in close proximity to the bustling city of Edmonton but enveloped in a comparatively quiet landscape perfect for families, it truly has the best of both worlds. With plans already in the pipeline for further development in the near future, Brintnell is well on its way to being a homeowners’ paradise.