King Edward Park 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 King Edward Park Edmonton

King Edward Park is bordered on the north by a major arterial, 82nd Avenue, and on the south by a collector route, 76th Avenue. The Mill Creek Ravine forms the western boundary of the neighborhood. James Inkster, who sold most of his estate in 1909, cultivated a section of the property in King Edward Park as early as the 1870s. Edmonton's growth pattern reflects the neighborhood's development history when in 1907, the City of Strathcona seized the area west of 91st Street, which was ultimately absorbed by Edmonton once the two cities merged in 1912. The structures in the western end are often the oldest in the area. As trains winded their way down the Mill Creek Ravine, early residents could hear the train whistles of the Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Railway. Since then, the railway tracks have been replaced with a footpath that connects the ravine to the park system of the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Although Edmonton annexed the region between 91st Street and 75th Street in 1913, most development in the region did not begin until the 1950s and in 1960, the area east of 75th Street was annexed to Edmonton as the city expanded.