Brintnell Real Estate Statistics

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

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Brintnell was undeveloped prior to residential construction in the early 2000s, and the majority of the land was used for agriculture. When the Pilot Sound Area Structure Plan was authorized in 1981, it outlined the limits for the development of Brintnell. Brintnell is now flanked to the south and west by residential neighborhoods, with Gorman Industrial to the east across Manning Drive. The vast majority of housing units are single-family detached residences, with the bulk of them being occupied by their owners. The circulation plan by Brintnell includes main streets on the outside of the neighborhood and a loop and cul-de-sacs on the inside. Residents can use a powerline right-of-way that runs through the neighborhood as a green corridor and pedestrian walk. Manning Drive is also easily accessible from residents through 160th Avenue. The northern part of the neighborhood is still under construction. All of the neighborhoods in the Pilot Sound region are named after pilots, with Brintnell being named after Wilfred Leigh Brintnell (1895-1971), who was recognized for his pioneering missions through unexplored territory. Brintnell was born in Ontario and served in the Royal Piloting Corps during WWI before joining Western Canada Airways in 1927 and flying the first multi-engine aircraft between Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1932, he founded Mackenzie Air Service in Edmonton, and during WWII, he was president of Aircraft Repair Inc, also based in Edmonton. Brintnell received the Order of the British Empire in 1946 and was inducted into the Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame in 1975 for his great contribution during the war.