Holyrood 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 Holyrood Edmonton

Since its beginning in the early 1900s, the Holyrood neighborhood has gone under four different names. In 1912, the area was known as both Mount Pleasant and East Edmonton Gardens. After two decades, the region was renamed Balmoral, and in 1953, the region was renamed Holyrood due to a confusion of subdivision names. Holyrood is named after Holyrood Abbey, which is located in Edinburgh, Scotland. Major roads surround Holyrood on four sides, effectively delineating the neighborhood and providing residents with easy access to other areas of the city. It was largely created in the 1950s and contains numerous design elements that are typical of the time period. Its tree-lined interior streets are laid out in a modified grid arrangement, with numerous landscaped roadway islands thrown in for good measure. The exceptions are 95 Avenue and 79 Street, which act as collector roads and handle exclusively local traffic. In the heart of the neighborhood, there is a school and a community league hall. The single-detached home is the most common structure type. Apartments and multi-family constructions are located along bus lines. In the southeast corner of Holyrood, there is a tiny commercial plaza. A regional retail mall, Bonnie Doon Mall, is located immediately southwest of the neighborhood.