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Allard Real Estate Statistics
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Allard Real Estate & Community Lifestyle
It's not hard to see why the official tagline was chosen. Allard was established for people who wanted to get away and spend time in natural areas, and it certainly has an abundance of green space. Around Allard homes for sale are two major lakes, while the Blackmud Creek Ravine runs along the eastern border. All three have scenic hiking and walking paths.
There are two bus lines that run through Allard real estate. The 47 travels south into the community via Cunningham Way before taking Allard Blvd to James Mowatt Trail to head back out. The 347 instead travels through Allard west to east via 30 Ave.
Your Guide To Schools Servicing Allard
There are two schools slightly north of Allard real estate to service the community, one in the public system and one in the separate system. Johnny Bright Elementary and Junior High School is the public option to residents, and it provides a standard educational program for grades K-8.
The Catholic Monsignor Fee Otterson School is only blocks away in the same community (Rutherford) and is an elementary with classes for K-6. The closest secondary school is north of Anthony Henday Dr, where Lillian Osborne School provides classes for grades 10-12.
Allard Community Demographics
The 2014 census helped shine some light on the demographics in this small Allard, Edmonton neighbourhood and pinpointed exactly how much it has grown in such a short period of time. There are a total of 1,470 people living in 489 dwellings, up drastically from 2012 when there were only 241 people living in 208 dwellings.
If that wasnâ€™t enough to prove the boom that Allard has undergone in two short years, consider that 592, or 40%, of all residents have lived in Allard between one and three years and 413, or 28%, have lived here less than one year.
If you have been looking at Allard, Edmonton and you want to establish a home in a burgeoning community of Edmonton, contact Liv Real Estate today and together we'll make sure you find the perfect home in this great Southwest neighbourhood.