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From luxury condos, spacious townhomes, classic bungalows and two-story homes to stunning acreages and brand new estate homes, there are homes for sale in St. Albert for any lifestyle and price-point.
When it comes to real estate in St. Albert, there are a number of reasons why it is such a popular city to buy a home and lay down roots. From local festivals, shopping, parks, recreation, and world-class dining, the best small city in Canada has a lot to offer homebuyers looking to purchase a house in St Albert. Learn More about Life and Real Estate in St. Albert
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St. Albert Properties for Sale: Explore Big Attractions With a Small City Vibe
The city of St. Albert is located northwest of the City of Edmonton, along the Sturgeon River. Once separated by miles of farmland, St. Albert is now immediately adjacent to Edmonton’s city limits on the south and east sides.
Known as The Botanical Arts City for its commitment to building a sustainable, green-focused community, St. Albert was recently named the best small city in Canada by MoneySense Magazine. This family-friendly city with excellent infrastructure, schools, amenities, and diverse communities boasts a strong real estate market with St. Albert homes among some of the most highly coveted in the capital region of Alberta.
Real Estate & Community in St. Albert
Despite its small size — the population was 65,589 in 2016 — the city of St. Albert has all the features, services, and amenities of the neighbouring City of Edmonton. But it’s the tight-knit, family-first community vibe that makes real estate in St. Albert so desirable. Here are the top five things visitors and new residents must do in St. Albert:
1. Red Willow Trail System through Downtown
Experience all the beauty St. Albert has to offer by trekking along 85 km of an amazing trail system that stretches throughout downtown St. Albert, down the river valley and connects with St. Albert’s major parks and neighbourhoods. Notable sights along the beautiful Red Willow trail system in St Albert include: St. Albert Place, Celebration Garden, the Children's Bridge and the CN Train Trestle. The Perron District in St. Albert's downtown is popular for its beauty, art, festivals, local food and unique boutiques.
2. The Enjoy Centre
This unique, multi-use facility is home to 12 unique retailers including a spa, bakery, deli, cafe, restaurant, boutiques, wine & spirits, and the Hole's Greenhouse. Events such as craft fairs and tradeshows are held in The Enjoy Centre where soaring glass ceilings provide breathtaking views of the prairie sky and the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park.
3. St. Albert Farmers' Market
The St. Albert Farmers' Market is the the largest outdoor market in Western Canada and visitors from near and far make a point of coming to check out the home-bakes, homegrown, or homemade goods from over 250 vendors. The world-class St. Albert Farmers’ Market runs every Saturday from mid-June to Thanksgiving.
4. Botanic Park
Over the past 20 years, the St. Albert Botanic Park has become a jewel in the heart of St. Albert. Boasting five acres of themed gardens with blooms ranging from roses, lilacs, daylilies, Asiatic lilies, peonies, as well as vegetables and annuals, the St. Albert Botanic park is also home to Alberta's largest public rose garden and holds popular events such as the Mother’s Day Rose Sale and the Canada Day Strawberry Tea.
5. Grain Elevator Park
This family-friendly attraction allows visitors a chance to explore St. Albert’s past with a guided tour of two of Alberta’s provincially designated grain elevators and replica 1920's train station. Kids can play on vintage farm equipment, learn how the elevators worked and even try out a Morse code transmitter. Open from the May long weekend to September long weekend.
North East Neighbourhoods
Want to see houses for sale in North East St Albert? Don’t miss out on listings in these neighbourhoods:
- Erin Ridge
- Inglewood Park
Community Profile: Erin Ridge
Two of St. Albert’s most popular and fastest growing communities, Erin Ridge and Erin Ridge North offer highly sought-after houses for sale in St. Albert. Erin Ridge St. Albert homes for sale include options such as single-family homes, duplexes, modern condos and townhomes, as well as executive homes. Erin Ridge St Albert real estate has never been hotter!
As more and more people snap up homes for sale in Erin Ridge St Albert, the community continues to expand northward into Erin Ridge North, attracting the development of more amenities and services in the area. Erin Ridge St Albert real estate is located within the bounds of Erin Ridge North to the north, Oakmont to the east, Inglewood to the south, and Deer Ridge to the west.
North West Neighbourhoods
If your home search takes you to North West St. Albert, be sure to scope out the listings in these communities:
- Deer Ridge
- Lacombe Park
- Mission Park
- North Ridge
Community Profile: Homes for Sale Lacombe Park St. Albert
This beautiful, quiet neighbourhood features plenty of green spaces, mature trees, and good-sized homes on large lots, making Lacombe Park a popular choice among home buyers looking for homes in St. Albert. Lush, green Lacombe Park is the focal point of the neighbourhood with plenty of walking trails connecting residents with nearby schools and amenities.
This established neighbourhood offers a lovely mix of bungalow, split-level and two-storey homes sure to impress any home buyer searching for real estate in St. Albert.
South East Neighbourhoods
Looking to buy a home in South East St. Albert? Check out Real Estate listings in the following St. Albert communities:
- Forest Lawn
- Sturgeon Heights
Community Profile: Forest Lawn
With most homes in Forest Lawn St Albert built during the 1970s, this quiet, mature neighbourhood is popular among first-time home buyers looking for a more affordable option in St Albert real estate.
The community of Forest Lawn St Albert is contained within the boundaries of Cunningham Road to the southwest, Herbert Road to the southeast, Sir Winston Churchill Avenue to the northwest, and Boudreau Road to the northeast and features close proximity to schools, as well as the St. Albert Minor Hockey Association and Akinsdale & Kinex arenas.
South West Neighbourhoods
If you’re searching for homes in southwest St Albert, there are three main communities to consider:
- Grandin Park
- Heritage Lakes
Community Profile: Heritage Lakes
Whether you’re looking for a modern single-family home, an updated, low-maintenance condo or townhome, or an executive home on a large lot, Heritage Lakes offers something for every home buyer in the market. This community stretches from 170 Street NW to the east, 137 Avenue and Highway 216 to the south, Levasseur Road to the north, and just beyond Sir Winston Churchill Avenue to the west.
Beautiful community parks include Harwood Park, Hodgson Park, and Henderson Park. The neighbourhood is also popular among families as it is home to the École La Mission Francophone school, a popular French-speaking Catholic elementary school that offers academic and sports academy opportunities in a French-speaking environment. To find out more about available homes in Heritage Lakes, email Wally or call me at 780-238-7384!
Ready to find a home in St Albert? Email or call us at 780.238.7384 to discuss homes for sale in St Albert.
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Listing information last updated on October 16th, 2021 at 5:16am MDT.