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Sherwood Park

Homes for Sale

Overview

This hamlet in Strathcona County is adjacent to the eastern boundary of Edmonton and was first established as farmland in the 1950s. While it now has a population to make it one of Alberta's largest cities it maintains a hamlet status and charm; characterized by pastoral landscapes amidst new developments of stylish real estate. Sherwood Park is popular for commuters, families with children active in sports, and those seeking sanctuary from the more urbanized hustle and bustle of the city.

Sherwood Park Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 167
Average Price: $396,146
Highest Price: $789,900
Lowest Price: $10,000

 

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Sherwood Park homes for sale can be found in close to 50 distinct neighbourhoods that offer close proximity to outdoor hiking and biking adventures, community facilities and schools. Some families here seek developments in North Sherwood Park, near Strathcona County Millennium Place, for easy access to early morning hockey practices. Local hockey team, The Sherwood Park Crusaders, play in the Alberta Junior Hockey League and the acclaimed Midget "AAA" program has produced top caliber NHL members including Tyson Nash and Jim Ennis.

This is also a baseball and football community with at least one high school in the area attending the Alberta Provincial final over the last 15 years. South East Sherwood Park houses near Strathcona Athletic Park offer close proximity to competition fields including state-of-the-art running tracks and facilities.

Sherwood Park Real Estate & Lifestyles

Sherwood Park real estate makes up the largest hamlet in the world, a Guinness Book of World Records' distinction. While the area offers all the urban amenities you'd expect of a city, from parks to playgrounds, movie theatres, arts and culture scene with shopping, dining and plenty of recreation activities, the area maintains a picturesque and rural atmosphere that lends itself well to families seeking a friendly, safe environment to settle down.

This is also where Festival Place can be found; an expansive entertainment facility that offers a variety of live music concerts and performances year-round. From food and wine festivals to gardening workshops and the largest sports collectibles show in Western Canada, there's an activity for every interest waiting to be discovered.