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Malmo Plains New Construction Real Estate and Show Homes
Malmo Plains New Construction Real Estate and Show Homes
The People and The Real Estate in Malmo Plains
Malmo Plains is a peaceful residential community cocooned in southwest Edmonton across Southgate Mall and the University of Alberta’s South Campus farm. Since the neighbourhood provides its residents with great accessibility to the pulsating hub of downtown without the cons of big city living, it is a much-loved homeowners’ destination.
At the heart of the community lies a school, park and a daycare centre; so, homeowners are attracted to its safe, family-friendly environment perfect for growing families. Plus, as part of a spirited community league, there are tons of recreational and sporting activities that keep the residents blissfully occupied on the weekends and during the holidays.
The New Community of Malmo Plains
Ideally situated, Malmo Plains is bordered by 122 and 111 Streets on the west and east, while Whitemud Drive and 51 Avenue flank it on the north and south; so, residents have great connectivity to neighbouring Edmonton suburbs, amenities and the city centre as well.
Commuting is never a problem in this neighbourhood because the transportation hubs including the Health Sciences/Jubilee Station and Southgate LRT Station, which opened its doors in 2010, is in such proximity, so residents are afforded fast access to the university grounds and the throbbing heart of the commercial district. Also, since there are several bus stops sprinkled throughout the area, alternative transport solutions are always close at hand.
Your New Malmo Plains Home in Edmonton
With a rich agricultural history, Malmo Plains was initially part of the farming facility of the University of Alberta and was gifted its name for the rare soil in the area, which is called ‘Malmo silty clay loam.’ The community came under the purview of the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay Development Plan, which saw the area transform into a flourishing residential abode.
Urban development and construction of homes commenced in the 1960s when a majority of its dwellings were built, and one out of every two residences, about 51% of the homes, are beautiful single-family detached houses. Blessed with an old-world charm and post-war styling, many of these homes are bungalows, while others feature 2-stories or multi-level splits. Nestled in the neighbourhood's west end, the university’s family residence, Michener Park is reserved exclusively for students, families and couples, while close by a 500-unit multi-family development is currently being constructed between 51st Avenue and 49th Avenue. Plus, the California Lansdowne development provides potential homeowners with a choice of trendy condominiums as well, so there is an abundance of versatile housing options to suit different requirements.
Malmo Plains Elementary School and the Maria Montessori School are situated right at the heart of the community, and they are both established around the community's park site. So, these schools together with St. Martin School and Lansdowne Elementary meet the elementary education needs of the kids in the area, while Avalon Junior High, Harry Ainlay High School and L.Y Cairns School provide robust secondary learning programs. In addition, because there is an array of good educational establishments around the neighbourhood, parents and kids are always spoilt for choice. And, of course, the University of Alberta campus is only a few minutes away and is easily accessible by bus or LTR.
Things to do in Malmo Plains
The fact that the community doesn't have a commercial area of its own does not phase its residents at all because Malmo Plains is encompassed by a ton of amenities and services.
Conveniently located only 1.3 km away from the Southgate Shopping Mall via 51 Avenue NW, home dwellers are afforded exceptional access to a plethora of over 165 stores, restaurants and services. In addition to being South Edmonton's largest shopping centre and a fashionista paradise, the expansive space includes Edmonton's biggest Bay store and a massive food court. So, for the residents of Malmo Plains, the best shopping, dining and a range of amenities are always just around the corner.
A little further on, along the same route, the Pleasantview Shopping Centre provides additional shopping and conveniences including medical and dental services and is only 1.4 km away from Malmo Plains. And if that isn’t enough, the South Park Village Mall is an easy drive of just seven minutes away via Whitemud Drive NW, so residents always have a range of services and recreational options close at hand.
Rainbow Valley Park, Lendrum Place Park and Royal Gardens Park are only some of the nearby recreational facilities where kids can enjoy hours of fun in the sun with their friends. In addition, the Fort Edmonton Park, which is one of the best tourist attractions in the city, is an easy drive of just eight minutes away. From streetcars and wagon rides to a theatre and pony rides, there is an array of activities that provides visitors with a fun learning experience.
For a walk on the wild side, families head on to the famous Edmonton Valley Zoo, and thanks to its perfect location, Malmo Plains is situated only 13 minutes away from this exciting tourist attraction that houses over 350 animals.
In addition to housing West Edmonton Mall, the largest retail space in North America, the City of Edmonton is also known for its dynamic culture, history and recreational activities. While it is home to Canada’s biggest historical park and the country’s largest living history museum, the city boasts an abundance of services and amenities tailored to suit all ages. From its vibrant theatre scene, shopping and sports facilities to an array of outdoor and indoor activities, including water parks and wave pools, skating and skiing, there is limitless fun to be had in this bustling commercial terrain, which makes it one of the best tourist destinations in the country. And Malmo Plains is a breezy drive of just 16 minutes away.
Founded in 1965, the Malmo Plains Community League lends its members a plethora of fantastic facilities including its outdoor skating rink, sand volleyball courts and a community hall. While the league hosts several gaming events, including soccer, residents of the neighbouring communities enjoy fun get-togethers at the social nights organized during the week and on the weekends as well. And besides the several resident-based initiatives that benefit the community as a whole, the league also drives a spirit of communal harmony and kinship as well, which makes new homeowners feel welcome.
Malmo Plains is an amalgamation of old world charm meets modern trappings. Nestled so close to the humdrum of the city but at the same time lending residents a peaceful setting, the residents of this affluent community benefit from its safe environment and proximity to everything, which is why they love calling it home.