Virginia Park Real Estate Statistics

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

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Property Types (active listings)

Virginia Park is a small, centrally placed residential hamlet along the North Saskatchewan River Valley, about northeast of downtown Edmonton, particularly, 12th Avenue to the north, Wayne Drive to the east, Ada Boulevard to the south, and 76th Street to the west. Borden Park is located in the neighborhood’s northern part, which is designated for recreational land use. During the pre-World War I land boom, Virginia Park was one of many states that were subdivided. Despite the fact that the Highlands streetcar line, which is no longer in operation, ran through the town, it was a slow-growing neighborhood. Approximately three-quarters of the town's original structures were constructed prior to 1950. Over the years, Virginia Park has seen a lot of renovation and infill. As a result, the neighborhood includes homes from both the early and late 1900s. Low-density single and semi detached homes make up around half of the housing units, while low-rise apartment buildings in the northwest section of the neighborhood house the other half. Concordia College to the west and Borden Park to the north are two major features in the area. In addition, Edmonton Northlands is located directly north of the neighborhood, and the LRT line runs down 80th Street. Many recreational activities are close by, with the North Saskatchewan River Valley to the south and Borden Park to the north. The origin of the neighborhood's name is unknown, however it was once home to the Virginia Park Greenhouse, which opened in 1912 and was located in the heart of the neighborhood. The greenhouse remained in the same position until 1981, when it was relocated to Ellerslie Road and 111th Street.