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The People and The Real Estate in Hazeldean
Overlooking the Mill Creek Ravine is the highly desirable community of Hazeldean located in Edmonton’s south east quadrant. Residents of Hazeldean have the privilege of easy access to the park system of the North Saskatchewan River Valley while they enjoy a wide range of amenities within the neighborhood. Many of Hazeldean neighbourhood’s homes for sale feature single family bungalow style homes and a grid pattern of streets. Tree-lined avenues and excellent community activities make Hazeldean a home buyer's delight.
Hazeldean community is flanked by 72 Avenue on the north while 99 Street borders it on the west. The southern border is marked by 63 Avenue while the stunning Mill Creek Ravine flanks the eastern border. The Mill Creek Ravine marks the border between Hazeldean community and the neighboring community of Argyll.
The New Community of Hazeldean
The beautiful neighborhood in Southeast Edmonton is an integral part of Mill Woods area. A majority of Hazeldean homes for sale were constructed in the 1950s and 1960s. Hazeldean community was annexed in 1907 to Strathcona City and to City of Edmonton in 1912 while most of the construction and development work was carried out after World War II. One out of eleven homes were built during the end of World War II while 72 percent of homes were constructed in the phase after the war up until 1960.
The Hazeldean neighbourhood sits on the property of I. Irvine, C. Anderson, and W. Ogilvie. During 1902, the railroad lines of Yukon, Pacific, and Edmonton moved to the Mill Creek Ravine. The railroad path is now retained as a greenbelt that runs through the community.
Your New Hazeldean Home in Edmonton
Hazeldean homes for sale include affordable row houses and single family dwellings, and the most coveted larger family homes. More than 50 percent of Hazeldean homes for sale are single-family dwellings. There are duplexes, low rise apartments, and townhouses also available in the neighborhood. Close to 17 percent of Hazeldean homes for sale are row houses while 22 percent are semi-detached units. Larger lots and open roads provide residents of Hazeldean greater privacy.
The most striking feature of Hazeldean homes are the tranquil tree-lined streets and easy access to Mill Creek Ravine and North Saskatchewan River valley. While many homes feature designs of the 50s, new townhomes, duplexes, updated single-family homes can also be found.
Things to do in Hazeldean
There are fourteen bus stops in the neighborhood while the community enjoys 24 different points of access. With one entry and exit avenue per 55 homes, Hazeldean enjoys an excellent accessibility score. Residents of Hazeldean find entering or leaving the community a hassle-free experience.
Parking within the neighborhood is also a breeze thanks to the reasonable size of the lots and back alley which facilitate frontage and rear drive access. There is ample space to park the cars in the back of the homes or on streets.
The schools in the community include Hazeldean Elementary School and Ecole J.H. Picard School. The community is also served by Ecole J.H. Picard junior high and high schools. Hazeldean real estate also offers plenty of physical activity and recreation at the Argyll Sports Centre. The sports center features an outdoor complex of park space and fields where people of all age groups can come together, pursue activities of interest and bond with other community members.
The community features a city park which enjoys easy access to Mill Creek Ravine which is replete with cycling, walking and running trails. The park system directly connects to Mill Creek Ravine’s southerly which is an excellent starting point for setting out on adventurous and serene journeys up the North Saskatchewan River as well as the Muttart Conservatory.
Health and wellbeing are always the top concerns for individuals, families, and seniors. Residents of Hazeldean can rest assured they have all the care and resources they need at the Hazeldean Community League and Doctor Gerald Zetter Care Centre. The popular Whyte Avenue commercial center is to the north of Hazeldean community and borders the community of Ritch.
With industrial parks and shopping strips lining the western and southern borders of Hazeldean real estate on 99 Street and Argyll Road NW, there is no dearth of options in terms of shopping. The industrial parks provide employment opportunities and for those who work in any of the industries in this region will find living in Hazeldean highly convenient.
A dynamic Hazeldean community league provides endless recreation opportunities and facilities for members of Hazeldean community. From movie nights, BBQs, craft sales to beer gardens, there is always something to look forward to. Many other exciting events organized at the community league include lantern parade, Mill Creek Ravine walks and lantern building. Karate and fitness classes are held in the community league for children and adults. The exterior amenities include two baseball diamonds, a soccer field, spray deck, and a playground.
Downtown Edmonton is just ten minutes away through the 99 Street and for those who work in the central business district of Edmonton, living in Hazeldean is a dream come true. With easy access to Warehouse District and the 104 Street that is between 104 Avenue and Jasper Avenue. Residents of Hazeldean real estate can enjoy unlimited amenities in the form of cafes, shops, designer shops, restaurants apart from farmer's market and other services. The Edmonton City Center features more than 170 services and big-box retailers.