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The People and The Real Estate in Lymburn

Moving to Lymburn, Edmonton is embracing a life that’s centred around a vibrant local community with easy access to all that city life in Edmonton has to offer too! This well-established community comes with all the conveniences you’d expect like access to great schools, parks, community facilities, retail, and daily essentials. Cul-de-sacs and quiet inner roads give residents a safe haven to return to each day. But it’s the unbeatable accessibility that’s the clincher - this West Edmonton neighbourhood offers you the ease of movement around the city and beyond, that you need.

The New Community of Lymburn

Lymburn, Edmonton is named to honour John F. Lymburn, who was Attorney General of Alberta’s Legislative Assembly in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The Lymburn neighbourhood in West Edmonton is extremely well located for those who find themselves needing to get to other parts of the city on a regular basis for work, education, or recreation. To its north is Whitemud Drive and to its south is 69 Avenue. The community is flanked by the arterial Anthony Henday Drive and 178 Street on its west and east. Whitemud Drive is an access route to places in the city centre like the University of Alberta and Whyte Avenue, while Anthony Henday drive connects the area to Edmonton International Airport and the southern reaches of the city. 

Benefitting from a location of not one but two city plans(West Jasper Place and West Jasper Place South Area), the Lymburn community has no dearth of amenities at its disposal.

Your New Lymburn Home in Edmonton

Early development of the Lymburn, Edmonton community began back in the 1970s. Development continued through the 1980s and 1990s. Lymburn is primarily developed as single-family dwellings, detached homes with landscaped gardens or yards. Duplex style homes, as well as some row houses, are also part of the neighbourhood. A handful of low-rise apartments on 178th Street complete the picture. Homes are available to suit a range of budgets and tastes. 

Those with school-age children appreciate the presence of two great schools in the neighbourhood. While the Edmonton Catholic School System runs the St. Martha Catholic Elementary School, there is also

Lymburn Elementary School which is operated by the Edmonton Public School System. Both are easy walking or cycling distance from most homes in the area. A shopping centre on 178th Street offers commercial services and caters to the day-to-day needs of residents. In the heart of the Lymburn community is Monsignor Walter Fitzgerald Park. This 6.1-hectare acre space is named for a priest of the same name, who was Director, Religious Education for the Archdiocese of Edmonton and committed his life to the service of his parish. Parks and playgrounds like this one in Lymburn give families a space to meet, mingle, and unwind in the outdoors.

Things to do in Lymburn

Local activities and community life in Lymburn Edmonton are driven by the Callingwood-Lymburn Community League, a joint effort of the Lymburn community and its neighbour Callingwood. From movie nights to kite festivals, you’ll find so many ways to connect with your neighbours and make friends when you live in this neighbourhood. 

Lymburn residents enjoy their green spaces and make their way to the vast urban parklands and trails that run through the river valley of this region. Whether you’re running, jogging, going for a relaxed amble in the woods, birdwatching, or packing a picnic to enjoy, you’ll find an endless choice of spots to head out to. In winter, the snow creates new possibilities for skiing, sledding and more. Golfers too, make the most of the fine natural beauty of the area in and around Edmonton to enjoy many scenic games of golf a week. 

When retail therapy calls, The Marketplace at Callingwood is a quick 3-minute drive away! West Edmonton Mall, the pride of Alberta is equally accessible. The largest shopping mall on the continent, this mall offers not just unlimited shopping options and great dining, but also amusement parks - roller coasters, water rides, and all! 

If quirky boutiques and interesting cafes and bars are more your speed, Old Strathcona serves that eclectic vibe up in spades. The hours just seem to whizz by when you’re strolling along Whyte Avenue or hunting down finds at a local farmer’s market. In fact, when it comes to farmers’ markets, residents of Lymburn, Edmonton are spoilt for choice. There are markets both indoor and outdoor, seasonal and year-round, those with fresh produce and those with little trinkets and handcrafted decor products - you could pick a new one every weekend and head there with your friends and neighbours from Lymburn. 

Those who enjoy theatre make the trip to Downtown Edmonton or Strathcona to venues like The Citadel Theatre to take in performances of ballet, opera, music, and more. Music patrons support homegrown talent in the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, enjoying shows at The Francis Winspear Centre for Music. 

Art lovers and those curious about the history and culture of the region dive into all that the Royal Alberta Museum and the exhibits at the Art Gallery of Alberta have to offer. Both these local landmarks are just 20 minutes from homes in the Lymburn, Edmonton neighbourhood. A historic outdoor venue for culturally inclined Lymburn residents is the Fort Edmonton Park. The kids won’t get enough of the vintage transport and riding in the horse-drawn carriages, while adults will be enthralled by how history comes to life through engaging activities and exhibits. 

Lymburn families also swear by the never-ending appeal of the Telus World of Science for older kids. With permanent exhibits as well as special events that capture the imagination of the young and old, the under 20-minute ride here is well worth it. Those with younger children can’t get enough of the Edmonton Valley Zoo - just 10 minutes from many homes in Lymburn, Edmonton. 

Whether you choose to centre your life around your beautiful home in Lymburn, Edmonton, mingle with the neighbours at community events, or head downtown for some high octane fun, Lymburn in West Edmonton is the place to be.