Beverly Heights Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $526K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,977
Avg. Price/SQFT $335

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Property Types (active listings)

River Lots 36, 38, and 40, which are today known as Beverley Heights, were initially shown on an 1882 plan of the Edmonton Settlement. When the rich coal seams underneath the land were identified and coal mining began in 1910, the region began to expand. The Village of Beverly was established in 1913, taking its name from a place in Yorkshire, England. Beverly was constituted as a town in 1914. 50th Street was the dividing line between Edmonton and Beverly. Beacon Heights and Bergman were located in the northern section, while Beverly Heights was located on the southern section. Beverly's fortunes were inextricably linked to the local coal industry, and the town developed and declined in lockstep. The final coal mine closed in 1952, but the Beverly Bridge opened the following year, connecting the town's main roadway (118th Avenue) with the growing petrochemical and industrial growth to the east. Beverly eventually began to develop as a residential suburb, housing additional industry employees. Beverly expanded rapidly until 1961, when it was absorbed into the City of Edmonton. The Beverley Heights neighborhood sprang up separately from the Highlands neighborhood to the west, The housing orientation along the streets and avenues varies, which serves as a tangible reminder of their distinct histories and development. The majority of single-family residences in Beverly Heights were constructed in the decade preceding merger. Between 1960 and 1980, low-rise flats near business districts and transportation corridors were constructed. Since the 1980s, infill home construction has proceeded in the neighborhood. Floden Park, which houses the Beverly Heights Community League's facilities, is the center of community activities in Beverly Heights. Beverly Heights is bordered on the southwest by the North Saskatchewan River Valley, which provides multiple access points to river valley paths.