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The People and The Real Estate in Lago Lindo

Part of the scenic Lake District area of Edmonton, the Lago Lindo community lives up to its name “Pretty lake”(in Spanish). A wonderful quiet residential area with a peaceful rural vibe, its connectivity to the rest of Edmonton make it coveted real estate. Major roads with quick access to Downtown allow residents to live their lives between the heart of the buzzing city centre and their more idyllic surrounds of Lago Lindo. 

In a nod to the ethnic diversity of its residents, as with the rest of the Lake District, the lakes here are named after communities from across the world. Both the lakes in Lago Lindo are a nod to Spain, with Valencia Lake named for the beautiful Spanish coastal city by the same name and Andorra Lake named for the tiny principality in the Pyrenees mountains.

The New Community of Lago Lindo

Lago Lindo is a well-located community in Edmonton. This primarily residential neighbourhood is situated in North Edmonton and flanked by 97th Street and 91st Street, with 167th Avenue to the south. Commercial amenities are conveniently set along 167th Avenue, in the area to the west of Lago Lindo and also near 91st street. Downtown Edmonton is a short drive away down 97th street.

The scenic lakes of the neighbourhood and in other nearby Lake District communities make this a spot that’s very much in touch with nature. Parks, natural landscaping, and pedestrian-friendly access make Lago Lindo a charming community to live in.

Your New Lago Lindo Home in Edmonton

A beautiful part of Northeast Edmonton, the Lago Lindo neighbourhood is one of the later residential developments of the city. The land here was acquired back in the 1980s to cater to Edmonton’s growing population and a need for safe housing. Much of the area was developed in the 1990s and 2000s, making it a relatively new community. A well-planned community, Lago Lindo has a thoughtful street plan with well-laid pathways and wide sidewalks that make it great for walking around. This pedestrian-friendly layout helps build a sense of community and cuts down significantly on vehicular traffic within the neighbourhood.

Single-family private homes are the most commonly available format in Lago Lindo. All feature easy access to the main roads, landscaped surroundings, and an abundance of natural landscaping. Trees and lush foliage help cocoon homes and give residents a sense of privacy from houses around. This green cover also makes Lago Lindo seem peaceful and idyllic in comparison to busier parts of the city of Edmonton. Residents love the almost rural atmosphere that comes with living here.

Outdoor facilities and community amenities make the Lago Lindo community wonderful for families and those who enjoy cycling and walking. Playgrounds as well as sporting fields complete the picture. The Lago Lindo Community League which was set up back in 1983 spearheads community affairs. The league announces activities like hockey and soccer for the community through their social media pages and offline. They maintain an outdoor rink located at 95 Street and 171 Avenue and also maintain the community hall that serves the neighbourhood.

Being a neighbourhood that’s designed to be family-friendly, Lago Lindo has a good choice of schools that fall under the Edmonton Public Schools system. Bishop Greschuk Catholic Elementary School and Lago Lindo School are popular picks among parents. For university level education, Edmonton has some great options including the top-ranked University of Alberta which is a short drive away.

Things to do in Lago Lindo

The Lago Lindo Park in the heart of the community has its share of ardent fans while the Eusebio Garcia Park to the north draws residents who enjoy spending time near the lake. Whether you just want to take a gentle stroll or burn off some calories, there’s plenty of opportunity for both. Residents love spending time in the parks that are scattered around the area. And with easy access via pedestrian paths, it couldn’t be simpler.

Edmonton draws people from all over the world and across cultures and ethnicities. An annual event that is a calendar highlight for most residents is the Edmonton Heritage Festival. The festivities against a multicultural backdrop are a time for celebration over great food, music, performances, and the chance to do some shopping for exotic trinkets and pretty things for the home! Residents sign up to volunteer and this can be a wonderful way to get to know the neighbours and people from across Edmonton. Events like the Lago Lindo Halloween “Spooktacular Spectacle” decorating contest ensure there’s friendly camaraderie between community residents and never a dull moment all year round.

For everyday entertainment, you can choose from playing sports at the many outdoor recreational facilities in the community, going bowling with friends and family, watching movies, grabbing a bite at one of many great Edmonton restaurants, or just having a picnic in a scenic spot in Lago Lindo itself! Golfers are spoilt for choice with some fabulous courses in great locations. An early start can make for a beautiful game at places like the stunning Riverside Golf Course. 

When you want something special and different, Old Strathcona with its interesting stores, cafes, and bars is wonderful. The exhibits at the Royal Alberta Museum and the Art Gallery of Alberta are perfect for a memorable day out in the city. For those with a love of learning and for families with kids, no place is more exciting than the Telus World of Science. The centre conducts workshops and camps and hosts special events all year round, making it a great place to head to. Young ones love their visits to the Edmonton Valley Zoo when they aren’t running about the parks of Lago Lindo. And for adults to let their hair down after sunset, the city’s many great eateries and bars have you covered. Those with a weakness for music and theatre frequent venues like The Winspear Centre.

Whatever your interests, life in Lago Lindo ensures you’re never too far from someone who shares your love of the activity and have easy access to facilities to indulge your passion.