Evergreen 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)

The Evergreen neighborhood is a mobile home park west of Meridian Street and north of 167th Avenue in northeast Edmonton's Horse Hill neighborhood. The park, which was mostly created in the 1970s, has a community league and a community hall. The northeastern edge of this settlement is bordered by a natural area and stream that is part of the Horse Hills ravine system that drains into the North Saskatchewan River Valley. A pipeline corridor cuts diagonally through the city, creating a linear park with footpaths that wind their way through the Evergreen neighborhood. A modified grid with various cul-de-sacs makes up the interior road network. Although there is a tiny business space in the southern part of the neighborhood, there are no large commercial districts nearby. The region is surrounded on all sides by farms, and it is near to Edmonton's market garden region to the east and north. A Canadian National rail line passes approximately northwest of the community, defining an unique boundary inside Edmonton's rural northeast. The community was cruelly affected by a tornado that passed across the Edmonton region on July 31st, 1987. The tornado killed fourteen people in Evergreen and twenty-seven people in total in the Edmonton region, destroying more than 200 mobile homes. There were around 1,700 individuals living in the park at the time of this occurrence, dubbed "Black Friday." The number of occupants and mobile homes has declined marginally since then. In 2007, the event's 20th anniversary was observed.