Dovercourt Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $522K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,947
Avg. Price/SQFT $333

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Listings in Dovercourt Edmonton

Between 118th and 124th Avenues, and east of 142nd Street to St. Albert Trail, is the Dovercourt neighborhood. Dovercourt and its environs were annexed to Edmonton in 1913, but the area remained largely undeveloped until after WWII. Even though the name was first used in 1910, it was not developed for another 40 years and Dovercourt Village in Essex, England, is most likely the inspiration for the name. It was replanted as a "neighbourhood unit" in the 1950s, under the leadership of the city's first town planner, Noel Dant. The neighborhood and its surrounding areas (such as Sherbrooke to the east) were among the first in North America to adopt this design approach. To discourage traffic and improve the attractiveness of the neighborhood, the unit design idea is based on a curved street layout with restricted access points, greenery, and varying dwelling set-backs. The street and laneway arrangement was deemed to be more efficient than the standard grid layout in terms of land utilization. The internal streets and pathways focus on the central school and community league sites, as well as a block of row housing near to the school.