Quesnell Heights 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 Quesnell Heights Edmonton

Along the North Saskatchewan River, Quesnell Heights is located east of 149 Street and south of Whitemud Drive. The North Saskatchewan River Valley is easily accessible from the neighborhood, and Fort Edmonton Park is only over the river. Quesnell Heights is one of Edmonton's smallest residential areas, with only about 120 residences. The land use in Quesnell Height is completely made up of single-detached houses developed in the 1960s and 1970s. An open space recreation area is located in the heart of the neighborhood. Rio Terrace and Laurier Heights, for example, are nearby areas with additional community facilities. The shopping malls of West Edmonton, Meadowlark, and Southgate are also closed. Although it has been in use since at least 1912, the neighborhood name was formally recognized in 1958. The origin of the neighborhood's name is unknown, though it might be named after Dr. Phillip Quesnell, a well-known physician who arrived in the city in 1912. J.B Quesnell, a prominent local person in the late 1800s, is another likely namesake. Another option is that the area was named after Jules Maurice Quesnel, a well-known French-Canadian clerk with the North West Company, after whom numerous notable sites in British Columbia are named.