Killarney Real 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)

Since 1913, the territory that makes up a piece of Killarney has been a part of Edmonton. As early as 1911, land close to Namayo Avenue (now 97th Street) was partitioned. The rest of the neighborhood was subdivided in the late 1950s, and the majority of Killarney's growth happened soon after. The Killarney neighborhood has a diverse housing stock. Single-detached houses make up around a third of all residential units, with the rest divided evenly between semi-detached houses, row housing, and low-rise flats. The commercial properties in the neighborhood are located along 82nd and 97th Streets, which serve as the neighbourhood's east and west boundaries, respectively. The Yellowhead Highway extends immediately to the south of Killarney, while 127th Avenue runs along its southern boundary. Killerney is home to four schools, a number of parks, and at least four religious congregations. The neighborhood's name is derived from the Irish town of Killarney. Cill Airne, which means "church of the sloes," is the anglicized form of Killarney. The little purple fruit of the blackthorn shrub is known as a "sloe." The name is similar to Kilkenny, Kildare, and Londonderry, which are all Irish names for neighborhoods in the area.