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Westmount New Construction Real Estate and Show Homes

Westmount New Construction Real Estate and Show Homes

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Photo of Listing #A1081696

12521 109 A Avenue Nw, Edmonton

$1,199,000 - 4 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,806 Sf

MLS® # A1081696

Photo of Listing #202111494

34 Fulton Avenue|38-40, Westmount

$799,000

MLS® # 202111494

Photo of Listing #SK860797

544 J Avenue N, Saskatoon

$379,000 - 5 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,200 Sf

MLS® # SK860797

Photo of Listing #SK854088

1004 K Avenue N, Saskatoon

$349,900 - 5 Beds, 4 Baths, 1,483 Sf

MLS® # SK854088

Photo of Listing #A1099102

6513 46 Avenue, Camrose

$300,000 - 5 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,163 Sf

MLS® # A1099102

Photo of Listing #A1082915

408, 4624 65 Street, Camrose

$159,000 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 630 Sf

MLS® # A1082915

The People and The Real Estate in Westmount

When it comes to settling in Edmonton, you are likely to find a plethora of housing options across the city’s many neighborhoods. Out of the many Edmontonian communities, Westmount real estate is assuming a hot place in property listings. If you are looking for a contemporary neighborhood that exudes a distinct historical charm, then you should definitely be looking for Westmount homes for sale.

Located in the central-west part of Edmonton, Alberta, Westmount graciously welcomes active citizenship and creates a pleasant sense of community living. Also a part of Edmonton’s Abundant Community initiative, the tight-knit and mature neighborhood wallows in its fervent civic pride and historical essence, which dates back more than a century. Nestled in the tree-lined banks overlooking Groat Road, the community is rooted in a glorious past, although it's nothing less than a viewpoint for the contemporary future.

In 1878, Malcolm Groat, who was a carriage maker and a Scottish-born farmer, made his homestead on the land where the Westmount neighborhood currently stands. He was one of the early Edmonton settler serving the Hudson’s Bay Company. After different pockets of the land undergoing development in the following decades, the neighborhood of Westmount finally came into existence in 1910.

Today, Westmount is one of the most popular neighborhoods among trendy young professionals and families. The neighborhood has now become a hip locale of modern restaurants and shops. Not to forget, summer in the neighborhood is known for its festive vibe as 124 Street Grand Market features the Nextfest Arts Festival, beckoning art lovers from everywhere.

The New Community of Westmount

One of the primary reasons why the Westmount real estate became so popular is its close proximity to Edmonton's downtown core. No to forget, the neighborhood provides easy access to the electric streetcars, which made the commute quite comfortable for its residents. 

Currently, the boundaries of the neighborhood extend to 124 Street on the east, Stony Plain Road and North Saskatchewan River valley on the south, Groat Road on the west, and the Groat Ravine on the southwest. Groat Estates is the popular name by which the southern portion of the neighborhood is known.

As a historical and mature neighborhood, Westmount is known for its grand architecture lining its streets and stately homes, which are reminiscent of the pre-second-world-war era. Although some of its majestic charms have been lost, the city has been making efforts to protect some homes through the Edmonton Historical Board.

During the 1980s, a block where the majority of homes were constructed between 1912 and 1925 was confirmed as the Westmount Architectural Heritage Area. The area covers 127 Street to 124 Street, 107 Avenue to 111 Avenue, and boasts some historical buildings.

Owing to its convenient location, residents of Westmount can find amenities in every direction they go. The Groat Road connects the north and south Edmonton, while 111 Avenue is the major connector between the west and downtown Edmonton. Also, the 102 Avenue Bridge connects downtown and the neighborhood to the city’s western fringes.

Not to forget, finding Westmount homes for sale would provide direct access to the University of Alberta campus. Discovery Time Preschool, Westglen Elementary School, and NorQuest College are a few educational institutions having their campuses in the neighborhood. For shopping options, residents can head to Westmount Center in the neighboring Woodcroft community or the boutique shops along 124 Street.

The Westmount Community League, founded in 1951, represents the neighborhood and maintains a community hall along with a hockey rink, soccer fields, ball diamonds, a fitness center, and a water spray park. The Westmount Transit Centre, served by Edmonton Transit System (ETS) and St. Albert Transit (StAT), is also located close to the neighborhood along 135 Street.

Your New Westmount Home in Edmonton

When we talk about Westmount real estate, it's usual to find an eclectic mix of housing options like all other neighborhoods in Edmonton. A significant portion of the neighborhood's land is under the coverage of single-family detached homes, many of which were built before and after the Second World War.

These residential buildings, located in the Westmount Architectural Heritage Area (WAHA) and the Groat Estates area, include many historic homes that follow the Four Square or Craftsman style of architecture.

124 Street, which is also a prominent shopping destination, sports a number of apartments, condominiums, and mixed-use developments. The most common type of Westmount real estate is a mix of apartment-style condominiums and rented apartments, along with single-family dwellings and duplexes.

Things to do in Westmount

If you find Westmount homes for sale, consider yourself very lucky because a whole new wonderland of Edmontonian attractions and adventures open up for you. From close-to-nature moments to public recreational activities, Edmonton has all the fun in store. The best part: people of all age groups can enjoy them.

Talking about some nature time in Westmount, you can find nine lush green parks in the neighborhood. You can go for your morning jog or evening leisure walk to repose your senses in the greenery. The neighborhood also provides direct access to hiking trails and bike trails running through the Edmonton River Valley.

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta Legislature Building, Muttart Conservatory, K Days, and TELUS World of Science are a few places attractions in Edmonton that interest adults and kids alike.

Finding Westmount homes for sale is easy if you have the right estate agent guiding you. Do keep yourself updated with the latest real estate deals if you wish to be a part of this remarkable community. 

Listing information last updated on June 25th, 2021 at 4:09am CDT.