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Beacon Heights, Edmonton Real Estate Listings

North East Edmonton


Beacon Heights began its life as a coal mining town in the 1910s and experienced its ups and downs since then, moving on to become a residential suburb with homes for workers from the nearby industrial areas. The community is located between Yellowhead Trail and North Saskatchewan River and is neighboured by Homesteader, Abbottsfield, Beverly and Newton. The community of Beacon Heights is a traditional suburb, complete with tree-lined streets and large lots and now, even some infill homes.

Beacon Heights Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 17
Average Price: $338,888
Highest Price: $585,000
Lowest Price: $199,900


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The first of two schools in the community is the public Beacon Heights School. Beacon Heights is an elementary offering Early Education and Full-Day Kindergarten courses alongside the standard curriculum for students in grades K-6. The second school in the community is St. Bernadette, a Catholic elementary that offers courses for students in grades K-6. Aside from these two schools there are three additional public schools just blocks outside of the official community borders. Abbott School is a public elementary servicing all students in grades K-6, R.J. Scott School is a K-9 elementary and junior high mix and Lawton School is a middle school servicing students in grades 7-9.

Beacon Heights Demographics

The 2014 census revealed the community of Beacon Heights to have a total population of 3,087 with 1,653 men and 1,434 women. 66% of residents own their own dwelling while 30% rent their accommodations. 78% of residences are single detached houses and 12% are duplexes, with the final 10% comprised of apartments, hotels and various other building types.

Things to do and Places to Eat in Beacon Heights

The main commercial stretch along 118 Ave contains several of Beacon Heights’ best restaurants, like Uncle Ed’s, Sak’s Bistro, A Yah Mi Deh Jamaican Restaurant & Bakery, Jay Bees Steak & Grill and Widynowski’s Sausage House. Following this road will lead directly to both the Abbottsfield Park and Abbottsfield Mall, which both provide a long list of excellent recreational services and shopping outlets.

The Beacon Heights community league is located in the centre of town in Jubilee Park along with a playground and wading pool for the residential children. Three major bus lines run through the community of Beacon Heights. The 141 and 142 both run through the community via 121 Ave and then out along 34 St while the 2 hits passengers on the west side on 50 St. Because of the neighbourhood’s proximity to the Abbottsfield Mall, residents can also access the major transport hub there that provides service to the 8, 141, 142, 180 and 183 buses.

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