Cumberland Real Estate Statistics

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

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Listings in Cumberland Edmonton

The neighborhood began to develop in the 1990s, although the majority of the residential units were built in the early 2000s. Prior to urbanization, the area was mostly used for agriculture. The area is mostly a low-density residential area, with practically all of the dwellings being single-family detached homes. A park is located in the northeast corner of the neighborhood, and pedestrian links are given via a number of routes running through Cumberland's linear parks. In the heart of the neighborhood is a stormwater management facility that doubles as a small lake. South of 150th Avenue, there is also a natural tree stand that has been conserved. Residents have access to open space and recreational possibilities because of these characteristics. Cumberland's name is based on a Palisades-wide trend of giving towns names that relate to early forts and fortifications. The first Hudson's Bay Company inland trade site was Cumberland House. Samuel Hearne constructed the trade station on the Saskatchewan River at the current Saskatchewan-Manitoba boundary in 1774. The position was named after Prince Rupert, Duke of Cumberland, the Hudson's Bay Company's first governor.