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The People and The Real Estate in Glenora

Above the beautiful Saskatchewan River valley is the elegant, upscale community of Glenora. Offering easy access to downtown and gorgeous views of the river valley, Glenora real estate homes for sale are synonymous with a luxurious lifestyle. 

Glenora real estate has Groat Road to the east while the northern border is flanked by 107 Avenue. To the west is 142 Street while MacKinnon Ravine and river valley are to the south. Towards the eastern and north-eastern side of Glenora is the community of Westmount which is right across Groat Road. 

The community of North Glenora is located at the northern side of Glenora real estate while to the north-west is McQueen community. West Glenora or Grovenor community is to the west of Glenora real estate. Crestwood community is located towards the south-west region of Glenora.

The New Community of Glenora

The land on which Glenora real estate sits was a component of a river lot farm that was homesteaded by Malcolm Groat, after whom the Groat Road gets its name. After changing multiple hands, the land was acquired by a Montreal based wealthy merchant, James Carruthers in 1905. This 900-acre parcel was to the west of Hudson’s Bay Reserve extending from present-day 121st Street to 142nd Street and from 111th Avenue to North Saskatchewan River. 

Carruthers aimed to develop the land as a residential community, but at that time, the area was not well-connected to the rest of the developed areas. To address the connectivity issue, he entered into an agreement with the city of Edmonton to build a bridge across the ravine. In 1909, the lieutenant governor's official residence – the Government House – was built by the Government of Alberta. 

The bridge, called Carruthers Bridge, was completed in 1910, marking the beginning of real estate development in Glenora. Thanks to the land boom that began in 1912, Glenora along with its surrounding areas grew substantially.

Your New Glenora Home in Edmonton

A majority of Glenora real estate homes for sale were built in 1970, and most of them are owner-occupied. While three in four homes are single-family dwellings, there are plenty of apartments in low-rise and high-rise buildings. 

Known as the most historic communities in Edmonton, Glenora real estate features stunningly crafted historic homes. The neighbourhood is also the destination for those interested in studying historic architectural forms that were popular in the last century. Mature trees line the streets while the Provincial Museum adds more character to the gorgeous neighbourhood. 

The average listing price in Glenora real estate is $551,000, while the highest price has been in the range between $838,000 to $1799,000. The lowest price is $159,888. 

Glenora real estate homes for sale enjoy prime listings thanks to the spacious lots, pristine streets, mature tree canopies, riverside views, and lush green parks. Property values are optimum at this neighborhood which means investing in a property in Glenora real estate is the smartest decision. Value of homes is sure to go up in the coming years, and this is one of the reasons why home buyers are drawn to Glenora real estate.

While affordable condos are available, a majority of Glenora real estate homes for sale are located in upscale single family estate. These high-end homes feature custom details and are elegantly rebuilt. Wine cellars, private wooded yards, gourmet kitchens, high ceilings, exercise and game rooms, and polished floors are just some of the highly desirable features in these stylish homes.

From mansions built in the 1900s for officials to suburban fare dating back to World War II a rich blend of architectural styles exist harmoniously and impart a distinct personality to the neighbourhood.

Things to do in Glenora

Avenue Magazine named Glenora as the second best neighborhood in Edmonton in 2016. Stunning homes, gorgeous views of the valley and ravines, spacious lots are the highlights of Glenora real estate, making it a top destination for home buyers. 

Apart from the Alberta Government House, Glenora neighborhood is also home to Royal Alberta Museum and Government House Park. Apart from providing career opportunities, these facilities bring the locals together while strengthening the community. 

The neighborhood is replete with a host of amenities while four schools serve the community. The schools that are in the community include Glenora Elementary School, Westminster Junior High School, Progressive Academy, and St. Vincent Catholic Elementary School. 

Residents of Glenora real estate enjoy convenient access to High Street district and 124 Street apart from the downtown core of Edmonton. These areas offer a range of commercial and recreational facilities.

Residents of Glenora are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining and shopping options. A quaint restaurant in the community, Vi’s for Pies, is renowned for its decadent pies and cake selection.

A highly active Community League is adjacent to Glenora Park and includes a spray park. The Community League hosts basketball, indoor soccer, outdoor soccer events apart from organizing mini sporting events for children. An unstructured play environment is ensured at the indoor playground where children can enjoy and learn while playing together.

Glenora has plenty of open spaces and parks which provide easy access to ravine system and the river valley. The most prominent park in Glenora real estate is the Alexander Circle Park, which is the focal point of a circular pattern with stately houses all around.

Commercial services can be found on Stony Plain Road while more services can be found on 142 Street and 124th Street.