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|All Listings||$100,000 - $200,000||$200,000 - $300,000|
|$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000|
|$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000||$800,000 - $900,000|
|$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
▸ Why Liv in Allard?
Allard is a relatively new neighbourhood in Southwest Edmonton that started to be developed back in 2007. Directly in the middle of the neighbourhood is a community lake, and you’ll also find several smaller parks scattered throughout the area, as well as a full network of recreational trails residents use for walking, jogging, and cycling. Allard also features a new school for students in grades K-9 and also has a new skating rink dubbed Allard Rink on Allard Boulevard.
▸ Where is Allard Located?
Edmonton’s Allard community lies in Southwest Edmonton just east of where 41 Avenue SW and Queen Elizabeth Highway intersect.
▸ What are Allard's Boundaries?
Allard is bounded by Queen Elizabeth Highway to the east, 41 Avenue SW to the south, 30 Avenue SW to the north, and James Mowatt Trail SW to the west.
▸ What are Common Home Styles in Walker?
Home styles in Allard are described as an interpretation of Heritage Architecture, allowing for the community to maintain a comfortable, classic, and stylish look and feel throughout.
▸ What are Typical Home Prices in Allard?
For being a newer community, condos for sale in Allard are surprisingly affordable and start around $145,000. Duplex homes also offer a good value and regularly ask under $300,000. For the neighbourhood as a whole, the average home price in Allard usually settles around $615,000 and some of the most expensive homes here have been known to top out over $8 million.
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 school 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.
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