Once directly connected to what’s now known as Beacon Heights, Beverley Heights is now an established, stand-alone neighborhood that features a pleasant residential vibe that rarely disappoints. Home styles in Beverley Heights vary from Craftsman and cottage-style houses to ranch and traditional two storeys with ample living space. Every now and then you might find a roomy five-bedroom for right around $7000,000, but look for more Beverley Heights homes for sale to start in the upper $200,000s.
Beverly Heights got its name from the Town of Beverly in Yorkshire England. Beginnning as a small mining community in 1882 the village was incorporated as a town in 1914 and was amalgamated in 1961 with the City of Edmonton. In 1953 the Beverly Bridge opened linking main street (118 Avenue) with Highway 16. The northern portion of the former Town of Beverly contains the neighbourhoods of Beacon Heights and Bergman, the southern portion is know as Beverly Heights. The mature tree lined streets provide character to the neighbourhood.