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The People and The Real Estate in Patricia Heights

Patricia Heights, Edmonton is a scenic neighbourhood of West Edmonton, bounded by a ravine in two sides, giving it a unique appeal. The city centre and Downtown, Edmonton are a short drive away, but the beautiful lush surroundings of Patricia Heights and the breathtaking view of the river can make it seem like you’re miles away from any city, in the lap of nature. Patricia Heights homes are well-designed and laid out to provide ready access to arterial roads and transportation.

The New Community of Patricia Heights

The Patricia Heights, Edmonton community is set in the North Saskatchewan River valley area. Patricia Ravine which connects to this river valley network lies just south of the Patricia Heights neighbourhood. The ravine also borders the western periphery of the community, giving residents stunning vantage points from their homes. On the eastern side of Patricia Heights is 156 Street and to its north is Whitemud Drive, the main access route to the centre of Edmonton. Nearby, the communities of Westridge, Elmwood, Lynnwood, and Rio Terrace bring their own amenities that are within easy reach for those living in Patricia Heights.

Your New Patricia Heights Home in Edmonton

This neighbourhood has been named for the granddaughter of  Queen Victoria and daughter of an erstwhile Governor-General of Canada. Princess Patricia, in whose honour this community is named, gave up her royal title after she married a commoner in 1919 and was known as Lady Patricia Ramsay for the latter half of her life.

The community of Patricia Heights dates back to 1964 when it was first annexed to the City of Edmonton. Most of the development here took place in the late 1960s and was nearly complete by the 1970s. Multi-family housing predominates with single-detached homes making up less than half of the units available in the Patricia Heights neighbourhood. In addition to low and medium-rise apartments, there is also some higher-density housing along 156 Street.

Well served by Edmonton’s public transport system, getting around the city is easy when you are a Patricia Heights, Edmonton resident. The Patricia Heights community benefits from the services of the Rio Terrace Community League. This league manages a community hall as well as tennis courts and an outdoor rink for Patricia Heights as well as Rio Terrace and Quesnell Heights. These amenities are available at 155 Street and 76 Avenue.

The Edmonton Public Schools system operates Patricia Heights Elementary School which is located in the northern section of the neighbourhood and is a short drive or walk from most Patricia Heights homes.

The small commercial centre of Patricia Heights Shopping Centre is a strip mall located just off 156th Street and offers some basic services and amenities to residents. Commercial and health facilities are also within easy reach at Meadowlark Health and Shopping Centre, a 5-minute drive from most Patricia Heights houses.

Things to do in Patricia Heights

The Rio Terrace Community League organizes activities all year round to engage members of the Patricia Heights community as well as of its neighbours. Participate in fun family runs with other Patricia Heights residents, visit the beautiful German Christmas Market that’s held here in the winter, or be part of events like the Summer Social to make the most of life in this wonderful community.

Patricia Heights homeowners can get to the shopping mecca of West Edmonton Mall in the blink of an eye. Once there, a staggering 800 shops, entertainment options, and restaurants await. This giant mall even has its own roller coaster, water rides, and miniature golf on offer. Whyte Avenue is where locals head to for trendy options and new designs by upcoming talent and high street brands. What makes a day of retail therapy at Whyte Avenue and Old Strathcona even better is the variety of eateries with all manner of cuisine, cafes, and craft breweries that make for the perfect pit stop on serious shopping jaunts! If it is eclectic local handicrafts and treats you are after, do what others in the Patricia Heights community do - visit farmers’ markets for more than just the fresh produce! The stalls run by local artists and artisanal food producers can be a wonderful way to discover Edmonton and this part of Alberta. While these markets run on specific days in different parts of the city, with some closing down in bad weather, places like the Alberta Craft Gallery let you shop for mementoes of your life in Edmonton all year round.

If performance art is on your list of must-dos, the Winspear Centre and the many buzzing theatres and venues in Old Strathcona and Downtown, Edmonton are just the thing. You’ll be able to drive here in 15 to 20-minutes from your Patricia Heights home to enjoy an evening of world-class performances. In addition to these fixed venues, the calendar is set ablaze with hot new talent across the city during the famous Edmonton International Fringe Festival. This annual arts festival is North America’s largest and oldest such theatre event. If you want to do more than watching a show, sign up with friends and neighbours to volunteer at some events during the festival to get a ringside view of what goes into making an event of this scale come together.

Families with children plan trips to places like Edmonton Valley Zoo, Telus World of Science, The Royal Alberta Museum, and the Art Gallery of Alberta. While the first two are about 10-minutes from the Patricia Heights community, the museum and gallery are 20 minutes away.

The single biggest draw for living in Patricia Heights is how effortless it is to join the river valley urban park trail system from your home. These trails can offer countless days of fun, exploring the surroundings of the North Saskatchewan River and its abundance of flora and fauna. During winter, the snow adds a new dimension to life in Patricia Heights. Step out to enjoy the bracing weather with skis, sleds, and snowshoes in tow. No matter how cold the weather gets, Patricia Heights residents are always warm and welcoming, making this a wonderful place to call home.