Casselman 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)

Connectivity to neighboring Hermitage communities is provided through collector roads and a network of bicycle and pedestrian routes. Canon Ridge is divided by Hermitage Road and Hooke Road, which serve as collectors for curving and cul-de-sac internal residential neighborhoods. In the center of the neighborhood, there is a public open recreational area. Victoria Trail was named after a pair of early Edmonton settlement pathways that ran parallel to the North Saskatchewan River and goes along the west side of Canon Ridge. After 1864, the trail was dubbed the Victoria Trail because it followed the river northeast to the Methodist mission at Victoria. McLeod Park, a 16-hectare park on the western edge of the community, offers residents leisure and recreational opportunities. A variety of well-placed pedestrian paths encourage people to walk throughout the neighborhood. Frederick C. Casselman (1885-1941), who arrived in Edmonton from Ontario in 1913, was the inspiration for the name of this neighborhood. Mr. Casselman, a WWI soldier, graduated from the University of Alberta's law school and practiced law in Edmonton. In 1937 and 1939, he was elected to the City Council for two terms, and in 1940, he was elected to Parliament. Mr. Casselman served on the Public School Board for many years before joining politics, beginning in 1928.