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Riverbend: Edmonton Homes To Remember
The area of Riverbend is bustling with many outdoor parklands where residents and visitors can explore and indulge in the beauty of Mother Nature. The largest park in the area is Rainbow Valley Park, which borders Riverbend on the east and spans a great distance running north to south. The park is home to Rainbow Valley Campground and Snow Valley Ski Club. Terwillegar Park is another large outdoor area situated at the meandering shoreline of the North Saskatchewan River. This area also is home to a fantastic community and sports complex.
This is a popular place for dog walking, cycling, and jogging. It also offers a canoe launch, hiking trails, and a large off-leash dog area. Other parks in the area include Fort Edmonton Park (a historic attraction and museum), Thomas Rhatigan Park, and Robert Carter Park.
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▸ Why Liv in Riverbend?
Riverbend is an Edmonton location that perfectly blends open green spaces and supreme natural beauty with all the conveniences of modern living. Additionally, the collection of residential neighbourhoods throughout Riverbend provides buyers with a wealth of desirable options, further boosting its appeal to anyone in the market for a new place to live.
▸ Where is Riverbend Located?
The Riverbend community is located in the heart of Southwest Edmonton and lies between the North Saskatchewan River and Whitemud Creek Ravine South.
▸ What are Riverbend's Boundaries?
Edmonton’s Riverbend community consists of 9 individual neighbourhoods and is loosely defined as the area between Highway 216 to the south, the North Saskatchewan River to the west and to the north, and Whitemud Creek Ravine South to the east.
▸ What are Common Home Styles in Riverbend?
Riverbend is primarily a residential community and consists mostly of single-family residences that vary in size, style, and price range. Traditional single-family homes with two storeys and front-loading garages are common all throughout the area, but homes with a little extra modern flair are becoming increasingly popular as well. Condos and townhouses are also prominent in the Riverbend area, especially around the southern portion of the neighborhood close to the highway.
▸ What are Typical Home Prices in Riverbend?
Home prices in Riverbend are similar to what you’d see in other parts of Edmonton. Nicer condo units typically price between the low $200,000 and low $400,000s while single-family homes in Riverbend mostly fall between $700,000 and just over $1 million.
Riverbend Homes & Dynamic Community Life
Located roughly twenty minutes from Downtown Edmonton, Riverbend offers many different routes, making it easy to commute to and from the centre of Edmonton. University of Alberta's South Campus is located very close to Riverbend, just to the east of Brookside's boundaries, and is one of the most sought-after public research universities in the province. Elementary and junior high schools are found in the area as well, with high schools close by.
Riverbend Community League puts on many annual events that are celebrated within the community, including Riverbend Family Winter Festival with horse-drawn sleigh rides, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and many more activities for kids. Just north of Riverbend at William Hawrelak Park is the annual Servus Heritage Festival that takes place each year on the August long weekend. This is a festival that celebrates the diversity of cultures in Edmonton; there are musical and dance performances as well as food with an array of cultural origins.
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