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One of the older neighbourhoods of Edmonton, the community today known as Hazeldean started as a land holding of three individuals identified as I. Irvina, W. Ogilvie, and C. Anderson. In 1907, the areas were annexed by Strathcona, and by 1910 development had begun and the Neighbourhood took on the name of Hazeldean. In 1912, the amalgamation of Strathcona with Edmonton made the neighbourhood officially a part of Edmonton, and though the area was subdivided as early as 1910, the bulk of residential development in Hazeldean was done in the 1950s. As a result, the majority of the homes for sale in Hazeldean are mid-century houses.

Located in south Edmonton, near the University of Alberta, bounded by 72nd Avenue in the north and 63rd Avenue in the south, Hazeldean is laid out in a grid with wide blocks as opposed to tall. In the east, Hazendean is bounded by Argyl Park. The former railroad, running east to west through the neighbourhood, today exists as a park and trail, with residential areas north and south. Treed boulevards and long lots make Hazeldean a charming and unique neighbourhood among Edmonton’s many communities. Keep Reading about the Hazeldean Community

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Since most development in Hazeldean was done in the 1950s, single family houses dominate Hazeldean real estate, along with occasional new construction. As such, Hazeldean is a perfect spot for families looking for quiet, low-density suburban living with easy access to outdoor spaces without sacrificing the convenience of city living. Some multi-family dwellings, including townhouses and duplexes, are available as well, along with a smattering of apartments.

Hazeldean’s residents are a nearly even mix of owners and renters, and the real estate in Hazeldean tends to feature smaller homes suitable for income properties, which makes it an idea spot for the buyer looking to invest in a rental property. While many homes in Hazeldean are expensive compared to others in Edmonton, rental rates in the area are historically low, which ensures that property values here are likely to remain high.

For the buyer looking for a family home among Hazeldean real estate, homeowners in the neighbourhood benefit from two schools, a convenient mini-mall for shopping, easy access to bike and pedestrian trails and other outdoor spaces, and an active community league hosting events, a soccer league, and working with the city on new development in the neighbourhood.

The neighbourhood’s name, Hazeldean, is mostly likely a descriptive one: the Beaked Hazelnut and the American Hazelnut are both native to the area, hence the ‘Hazel,’ while ‘dean’ refers to a valley or vale.

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