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Wild Rose, Edmonton Real Estate Listings

South East Edmonton


With houses in the area mostly built in the 1990s and 2000s, Wild Rose is one of Edmonton’s newer neighbourhoods. The community is located in southeast Edmonton in the area between 34th Street on the west, 17th Street on the east, 38th Avenue in the north and Mill Creek Ravine in the south. Wild Rose gets its name from the rosa acicularis, better known as the wild rose, the official flower of Alberta.

Wild Rose Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 30
Average Price: $390,086
Highest Price: $799,900
Lowest Price: $120,000

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One of the first things that catches the eye of new residents is that Wild Rose has an abundance of green space, including the nearby Mill Creek Ravine. Wild Rose Park and nearby Kittlitz Park sit in the middle of the neighbourhood. Wild Rose does not have any commercial space within its boundaries, but a large shopping area is located just north of 38th Avenue, with large retail stores including Home Depot, Petsmart and Best Buy. Also, the many amenities of southeast Edmonton are easily accessible. The Mill Woods Recreation Centre, which has a swimming pool and ice rink, as well as the Mill Woods library branch are within a short drive.

Freeway Access and Public Transportation

Wild Rose is near two major freeways, Whitemud Drive and Anthony Henday Drive. Whitemud is the main freeway running east to west in Edmonton, and Anthony Henday is a ring freeway around the entire city. For those who prefer to commute by public transit, the Meadows Transit Centre, a park and ride, is located just north of the neighbourhood.

Elementary and Secondary Schools

Father Michael Troy Junior High School – part of the Edmonton Catholic School District – is the only school within the neighbourhood itself. The Velma E. Baker School is the nearest public elementary school. Older children attend the Ottewell School for Grades 7-9 and the McNally School for Grades 10-12.

Area Demographics, Taxes and Utilities

As of 2012, the Wild Rose neighbourhood had a population of 8,031 people. The vast majority of residences within the neighbourhood are single-family and are owner occupied with a few renters sprinkled throughout the area. The median income is $89,957, and about forty percent of households have an annual income above $100,000. The 2014 property tax rate for residential properties is 8.0129 percent. The average fee for water is $37.40 per month and $14.75 per month for wastewater treatment services. Garbage and recycling cost $37.34 per month.

Annual Events and Festivals

Edmonton has festivals throughout the year. Some are major downtown events and others are small neighbourhood fêtes. Nearby Mill Woods Park has a huge Canada Day celebration, attracting 50,000 people. It also hosts a bike festival each May. With Wild Rose’s quick freeway access, residents can attend festivals and events all over Edmonton, including the Edmonton Blues Festival, the Silver Skate Festival, the Flying Canoe Adventure Walk and much more.

Wild Rose is an excellent balance of two worlds; it’s a small, close-knit community that has easy access to the amenities and resources of the entire city of Edmonton. Kids can bike to the park and parents can take the bus downtown. It is the perfect place to call home.

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