Bulyea Heights Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $523K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,853
Avg. Price/SQFT $334

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The Whitemud Creek Ravine runs through Bulyea Heights, a neighborhood at the south end of the city. The land in Bulyea Heights had been cleared for farming before being built as a residential neighborhood. The Riverbend Area Structure Plan, created in 1979, marked the start of development in Bulyea Heights. Bulyea Heights was designed to be a low-density residential neighborhood that took use of its natural surroundings while also efficiently separating internal residential roadways from exterior traffic patterns using a hierarchical highway system. The bulk of the residences in the neighborhood were built in the 1970s, and it is mostly made up of single-family houses with some medium-density apartments. Due to the ravine and two highways, Whitemud Drive and Terwillegar Drive, entrance to the neighborhood is confined to two points: 40th Avenue on Terwillegar Drive and Rabbit Hill Road on the south. Bulyea Heights was named for the first Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta, Gorge Hedley Vicars Bulyea (1859-1928). He moved west from New Brunswick, first to Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1882, then to Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, in 1894, and finally to Edmonton around the turn of the century. In 1905, he was chosen Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta, which he held until 1915.