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The People and The Real Estate in Silver Berry
Silver Berry is one of the newer communities in southeast Edmonton and a part of the Meadows area. It is named after a local shrub that bears grey-white berries. The recently developed community is based on the 1950s layout, and places a school and park in the centre, and has a vegetation-dense section of natural land. It is a small, self-contained community with a mixture of single-family dwellings, duplexes and row houses.
Silver Berry was once land used for cultivation. Most of the land is still left in its natural state that promotes greenery in the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood plan gives way to establish a more natural environment that offers unparalleled access to green space and parkland to the community.
It is estimated that more than five thousand residents have made Silver Berry their home. Less than five percent of the residents are on rent. Most people who wander into the community looking to buy homes fall in love with it as it offers a lot of convenience along with natural beauty. The community is home to several small retail outlets that the residents can take advantage of, apart from the services offered at South Edmonton Common.
Silver Berry homes are sought-after destinations for most home buyers as it offers affordable newer housing in a tight-knit, family-friendly community.
The New Community of Silver Berry
The neighbourhood of Silver Berry covers an area of just over two square kilometres and situated towards the eastern side of Mill Woods. The neighbourhood is bordered by 17 Street on the east, by 34 Street on the west, by Mill Creek Ravine on the north and on the south by 23 Avenue.
The community is well-planned to preserve its natural beauty. There is a park at the centre of the community, and the parkland leads directly to the Mill Creek Ravine. The neighbourhood also has good access to the Anthony Henday, Whitemud & Meadows Recreation centre, the Grey Nuns Hospital and two golf courses. Other neighbourhoods close to Silver Berry include Tamarack, Laurel, Bisset and Wild Rose. There are several schools located close to the neighbourhood that include Father Michael Troy Catholic Junior High School in Wild Rose Park, Mary Hanley and Bisset School in Bisset, and Daly Grove Elementary School in Daly Grove. Other neighbourhood schools include Minchau School, Kate Chegwin School and W.P. Wagner School.
A small portion of the community offers retail options for Silver Berry residents that includes dining, shopping, grocery and other goods and services. Several amenities are available within the community. For more exclusive things, the Mill Woods Town Centre is just a short drive from Silver Berry. There are several commercial spaces at a short distance from the neighbourhood. 23 Avenue, 34 Avenue, 17 Street and 34 Street link Silver Berry neighbourhood to the rest of the city.
Your New Silver Berry Home in Edmonton
The Silver Berry neighbourhood is adjacent to the Bisset neighbourhood in Mill Woods in southeast Edmonton. The name Silver Berry is derived from a flower that grows locally and produces greyish white berries. Most of the residential construction at Silver Berry happened between the years 2001 and 2006. Prior to residential development, the northern portion of the neighbourhood that is adjacent to Mill Woods was left in its natural state, and the southern portion was used for agricultural cultivation. A small portion in the centre of Silver Berry is still used for vegetation.
The Silver Berry real estate is mostly made up of single-family and single and two-storey housing. A smaller selection of low-rise apartment-style condos, rowhouses and duplexes are also available. The neighbourhood features an open street plan that uses one main road and a grid pattern for the residences. Residential units are built along the curvilinear streets that promote safety to the residents. A series of pedestrian pathways in the neighbourhood makes it easy for pedestrians and bikers to go from one place to another. Transportation is made safe and easy in the area.
A large school and park site are located in the centre of the neighbourhood. Residents of Silver Berry enjoy excellent access to greenspace with the central parkland. The parkland features playgrounds, sports fields and walking paths that wind their way throughout the Silver Berry community.
Mill Creek Ravine that runs the length of the neighbourhood's northern border provides a significant natural asset for residents of Silver Berry. Mill Creek Ravine incorporates a variety of parks and open space corridors and provides access to outdoor amenity space for residents.
Residents have access to a wide variety of services at South Edmonton Common adjacent to Mill Woods, and at the Edmonton Research Park which is located along 23 Avenue, west of the neighbourhood. Several sites for community-level commercial space are included in the neighbourhood plan.
Things to do in Silver Berry
At the heart of the Silver Berry community is the Silver Berry park that offers several recreational activities to the residents. The Mill Creek Ravine located at the north end of Silver Berry is a great open area for outdoor recreation like picnics, family gathering among others. Whitemud & Meadows Recreation centre is accessible by all residents.
Silver Berry street coverage offers great access to major roadways to its residents. The residents of the community can make use of the arterial roadways to drive to downtown Edmonton and other places. The pedestrian pathway along the street paves the way for bicycle enthusiasts. The pedestrian pathway comes as a blessing to fitness enthusiasts who can use the pathway for an early morning jog or a late evening run, or bicycling.
The Mill Woods Golf Course and Country Side Gold Club are a short distance away from Silver Berry. Golf lovers can access these clubs as a recreation activity. The Jackie Parker Park is close to Mill Woods Golf Course, which offers ice skating and a beautiful park. Residents can also access the Ivor Dent Sports Park.
The Edmonton Fort, Edmonton Valley Zoo and Muttart Conservatory are a short drive from Silver Berry.