Terrace Heights Edmonton Homes For Sale | Real Estate Listings
Home shoppers looking for the best real estate listings in Edmonton clearly have no shortage of great neighbourhoods to choose from. For the family, single parent, or young professional seeking a home for sale in Edmonton, finding the right environment is top-of-mind during the home shopping process. The Terrace Heights neighbourhood is a great area in Edmonton for all kinds of households. Singles make up the largest group in Terrace Heights, while families with children account for a close second place. Around 50% of Residents of Terrace Heights own their own home, while the other half are renting their home or apartment. Residents enjoy plenty of activities in the neighbourhood from swimming to gardening and more. Keep Reading about the Terrace Heights Community
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The neighbourhood of Terrace Heights was originally land held by a Hudson Bay Company employee named McLeod. This mill operator also pioneered stage coach travel in 1883, covering the route from Edmonton to Calgary each week. A plan to subdivide the prior McLeod holding was registered when Edmonton and Strathcona were amalgamated in 1912. Since Terrace Heights is located a little more than 3 kilometers away from the centre of the city of Edmonton. development in Terrace heights proceeded slowly at first. Eventually, in the 1950s, the Terrace Heights neighbourhood was officially annexed by Edmonton in two stages, and development proceeded in earnest.
Terrace Heights, since it was developed in two stages, functions as a pair of low-density residential communities, separated by an area of higher density residences and commercial activity along 101st Avenue. Terrace Heights residents enjoy access to major shopping areas and plenty of employment opportunities, including the Capilano Mall, located nearby. The neighbourhood’s northernmost residential area is also located in proximity to Capilano Ravine, which actually runs through the neighbourhood’s northeast section.
Since it was developed in the 1950s, homes for sale in Terrace Heights include largely mid-century single family detached houses in the lower density residential parts of the neighbourhood, while the central area along 101st Avenue is marked by higher density, multi-family real estate by way of apartment buildings. Whatever type of housing fits your lifestyle, Terrace Heights offers affordable housing for mid- to low-income residents, as housing prices are quite reasonable neighbourhood-wide.
The name of Terrace Heights comes not from a founder or prominent citizen, but from a small former subdivision which bore the name in 1912. As the city of Edmonton annexed and developed the neighbourhood in the 1950s and 1960s, the name was applied to the entire neighbourhood formally.
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