Real Estate Statistics
Property Types (active listings)
Early real estate developers in Edmonton built some pretty spectacular homes along Ada Boulevard and a number of other streets that run through the Highlands neighbourhood, making it one of the best places to search historic homes for sale without over-the-top price tags. Buyers should also find plenty of detached homes that were built from the 1960s on, so there’s usually a little something for everyone somewhere in the community.
Highlands Homes for Sale
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$200,000 - $300,000|
|$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$600,000 - $700,000|
|$700,000 - $800,000||Over $1,000,000|
▸ Why Liv in Highlands?
The Highlands neighbourhood was first annexed into the city of Edmonton all the way back in 1912, which means it’s a great place to consider if you’re someone who appreciates historic homes and vintage architecture. And given its close proximity to the Highlands Golf Club, it’s also not a bad place to live for anyone who loves to get outside and spend a day out on the links.
▸ Where is Highlands Located?
The Highlands community is located in Northeast Edmonton and overlooks the scenic North Saskatchewan River valley. Highlands is also close to downtown Edmonton, making it a great place to call home for the everyday commuter.
▸ What are Highlands' Boundaries?
Highlands is bounded by 118 Avenue NW to the north, 67 Street SW to the west, Ada Boulevard NW to the south, and 50 Street NW to the east.
▸ What are Typical Home Prices in Highlands?
The most expensive homes you’ll find in Highlands tend to top out around $800,000, providing anyone considering the area with tremendous value. Even newly built homes in the neighbourhood fall between $630,00 and $675,000 in some cases, which most would agree is a great price for anything new(er) construction.
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