Ozerna Real Estate Statistics

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

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Listings in Ozerna Edmonton

Ozerna is part of the Edmonton North Area Structure Plan (ASP), often known as the Lake District, and is located in the southeast corner of the ASP. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by 167th Avenue, the east by 66th Street, the south by 153rd Avenue, and the west by 73rd Street. On all sides, Ozerna is flanked by other residential areas. Ozerna's physical design was inspired by the "neighbourhood unit idea," a 1950s to 1970s neighborhood design plan that included a central school and park within walking distance of homes. A stormwater management lake and a linear park that runs on top of the powerline right-of-way provide additional open spaces and pedestrian linkages for neighborhood residents, in addition to Ozerna's central park location. In order to reduce short-cutting through the neighborhood, the neighbourhood design clearly divides arterial roads from the internal traffic network. Construction of homes in Ozerna began in the 1980s and lasted far into the 2000s. Ozerna was designed with single-detached homes in mind, and the bulk of the neighborhood's housing units are of this kind. Semi-detached homes, row houses, and low-rise apartment complexes are among the medium-density residential components in the area. The Lake District's neighborhoods are all named after a body of water or a phrase for water in a language other than English. Ozerna is a Ukrainian term that roughly translates to "water region."