Patricia Heights Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $523K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,753
Avg. Price/SQFT $328

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Property Types (active listings)

Listings in Patricia Heights Edmonton

Patricia Heights was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1964 as part of a larger block of property that stretched from the North Saskatchewan River to 123A Avenue and was located between 149 and 170 Streets. It is located south of Whitemud Drive and west of 156th Street that provides access to different parts of the city. Patricia Ravine, which runs down the south and west sides of the neighborhood, is one of its most distinctive characteristics that most of the residences have views of the ravine. Most of the neighborhood was built in the 1960s, with homes completed in the 1970s that are low-density single-family houses and medium-density apartment complexes make for an equal split of residential land use. Along 156th Street in the northern area of the neighborhood, there are a few higher-density apartment complexes. Patricia Heights Elementary School lies on the northern edge of the neighborhood, and 156th Street is home to a small business center. Nearby are the Meadowlark Health and Shopping Centre and the West Edmonton Mall. At the southern point of the neighborhood, facing the ravine, lies the Jewish Community Centre (JCC) and Beth Ora Reform Synagogue.