97, 99, 101 Putters Street, Summerside
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A picnic spot at the banks of a river or a pleasant evening near a lake is something that most people look forward to. People drive long distances to enjoy such pleasant moments. But the residents of Summerside can make every evening a pleasant one. Located in the south end of the city, Summerside residences are part of a newer neighbourhood built around a beautiful resort-style lake. The neighbourhood plan combines city living with a day at the lake.
Summerside is a one-of-a-kind community offering the best of both worlds- the amenities of the present world and the beauty of nature. The distinctive architecture of the dwellings in the community, combined with the lake, offers a resort-type feel to the neighbourhood.
The Summerside Residents Association is a not-for-profit organization that offers a variety of recreational activities to the residents throughout the year. These activities include boating, skating, hockey, artistic crafts, karate and yoga, among others.
The neighbourhood offers several places of worship, schools, recreational centres, clubs, parks, commercial and retail businesses, health services and a good transit facility. Summerside community comes as a whole package with a long list of amenities that the residents enjoy throughout the year, year after year.
Summerside community has won the ‘Best Community' at the 2018 Awards of Excellence. The community has a lot to offer to its residents, all year round, making it the most sought-after community in Edmonton. Life in Summerside is like a vacation without a check-out date.
The Summerside neighbourhood is located to the southeast of Edmonton at the centre of the Ellerslie Area Structure Plan. The neighbourhood is bordered to the north by 9th Avenue, to the east by 66th Street, to the south by 25th Avenue, and 91st Street to the west.
A business and office park is located along the neighbourhood’s western border on Parsons Road 91st Street, and to the north, small community-level commercial facilities are located along Ellerslie Road 9th Avenue. There are four places of worship, two of which are on Ellerslie Road. There is a school within the community that offers a full range of academic programs, and several other schools are located nearby.
The community is located adjacent to the Ellerslie Industrial area. Residents working there can have a good balance of work and personal life. There are several options for shopping and other retail needs outside the community border. The other residential areas that border Summerside offers a wider selection of facilities and amenities that the Summerside residents can avail. These neighbourhoods include Charlestown towards the northeast, Walker to the east and southeast, Ellerslie to the north and the Orchards at Ellerslie to the south. South Edmonton Common is the closest shopping centre to Summerside, located along Anthony Henday Drive. The Edmonton Research and Development Park can also be found close to the Summerside neighbourhood.
The name ‘Summerside’ comes from a city on Prince Edward Island. The Summerside neighbourhood borders run between 66th Street and Parson Road, and 25th Avenue and Ellerslie Road. Residential development began in the early 2000s. Residential development began in the early 2000s and is still actively underway. Most homes at Summerside have ‘cape-cod' like architecture and are single-family detached homes with some townhouses, duplexes and some low-rise condos.
The most significant feature of the Summerside community is the 13-hectare and 28-foot-deep Summerside Lake. The lake is located in the western portion of the neighbourhood, and it is Edmonton's first purpose-built man-made lake. The sole purpose of the lake is to provide residents with recreational space. Residents of Summerside can enjoy the facilities provided by paying a small maintenance fee to the Summerside Residents Association. All residents must pay an annual fee to support the costs of maintaining the Summerside Lake, park, utilities, administration costs, property taxes, landscaping and grounds maintenance.
Located at the southern edge of Edmonton, the residents of Summerside can access the rest of the Edmonton city through the Anthony Henday Drive. Bus service in the neighbourhood is maintained by the Edmonton Transit System. The residents can either use the transit system or drive along Highway 2 running north and south to access other locations.
St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Ellerslie Road Baptist Church are the two churches located on Ellerslie Road that the residents can go to. Grace Point Church of God and Concordia Lutheran Church are also located nearby.
The Michael Strembitsky School is at 4110 Savaryn Drive which offers a full range of academic programs. There are several schools outside the neighbourhood, such as Ellerslie Campus and Menisa School.
Life in Summerside is filled with glimmering water, sandy beaches and an opportunity to fill one's social calendar with recreational activities throughout the year. The lake gives a resort-like feel to the community. To add to this, Best Western Plus South Edmonton Inn and Suites has been constructed towards the west of Summerside.
The Summerside Residents Associations hosts a long list of activities such as music, dance, yoga, Pilates, swimming, canoeing, beach volleyball, karate, kickboxing, tennis, skating and hockey, among others. Most of the activities take place in the 3,200-square foot community hall and sundeck.
The Beach House facilities facilitate a number of on-shore activities that include basketball, beach volleyball, outdoor barbecue and more. The lake is stocked with over ten thousand rainbow trouts to facilitate fishing activity to the residents.
The Ivor Dent Sports Park at Ellerslie Road and 50th street hosts a multicultural blend of sports that includes cricket, kabaddi, soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse. Ellerslie Curling Club, William Lutsky YMCA, Mill Woods Recreation Centre, Seven Oaks Golf Course, Pioneer Meadows Golf Course are located nearby that offer recreational activities to everyone.
The residents can visit the city of Edmonton using the Anthony Henday Drive. There are several recreational facilities in downtown Edmonton. Summerside residents can also visit neighbouring tourist spots such as the Mill Woods Town Centre, South Edmonton Common and Terwillegar Town. The Edmonton Valley Zoo, Edmonton Park, World Waterpark and North Saskatchewan River are not more than an hour’s drive from Summerside.
Listing information last updated on March 24th, 2023 at 11:21am CDT.