Fraser Estate Statistics

Average Price $526K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,977
Avg. Price/SQFT $335

Community statistics are calculated by Real Estate Webmasters and are for illustration purposes only, accuracy is not guaranteed.

Property Types (active listings)

Between 144th and 153rd Avenues, and west of 18th Street to Victoria Trail, Fraser is a residential community on the north shore of the North Saskatchewan River Valley. In 1961, the City of Edmonton annexed the Fraser region, as well as part of present-day northeast Edmonton. The Clareview Outline Plan, authorized by Edmonton City Council in May 1972, includes Fraser as one of numerous communities. Fraser's Neighbourhood Structure Plan was authorized in 1982. The western part of Fraser had the most growth in the 1970s and 1980s. The eastern part of the city was developed at a slower rate, and some parcels of residential property remain undeveloped. A multipurpose school and leisure area are located in the heart of Fraser, and a trail system connects people to the neighboring River Valley. Between Victoria Trail and 161st Avenue is a tiny neighborhood shopping center. John Fraser was honored with the name Fraser Neighbourhood (1840-1919). He was an initial homesteader of River Lot 28 and was born at Jasper House. Mr. Fraser was a strong supporter of education and was one of the founding trustees of the Belmont School, one of the province's first schools.