Terwillegar Towne Real Estate Listings
Terwillegar Towne Real Estate Statistics
Located just off of 23rd Avenue, across from the new, state-of-the-art ‘Terwillegar Community Rec Centre’, and just off of the Anthony Henday, this neighborhood was designed to feel like a ‘small-town’ within a City. A heavy focus was placed on beautifully landscaped tree-lined roadways, plenty of sidewalks and a central meeting space in which to draw Community members together.
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The ‘town square’ offers residents of this Community a safe place to walk and meet up with neighbors; it features plenty of informal seating space, such as an array of benches, a convenience store, a postal office, and other frequented amenities. Plenty of open field space, small parks, and a picturesque lake to walk around, help make getting to know your community that much more tempting. More information about Terwillegar Towne...
This quiet neighborhood, located in the southwest distract of Edmonton is especially attractive, as it is within very close walking proximity to a wide array of eating establishments and shopping essentials; such as, Starbucks™, Second Cup™, grocery stores, liquor stores and major banks, all located on 23rd Avenue. With this many amenities, just down the road; staying on top of day-to-day errands has never been so easy.
A huge bonus of living in this particular area is ‘The Terwillegar Community Rec Centre’ which is comprised of an arena Complex and a massive recreation centre complex and is the envy of almost every other Neighborhood in Edmonton. With countless fitness classes, youth programs, an aquatic centre and state-of-the-art equipment, this facility is more than just a place to keep fit, it’s a beacon for the Community of Terwillegar Towne and a safe and positive place for families to bond and grow.
Since this is a ‘newer’ community, it is comprised mostly of young families and local professionals; the median age for adults is 25 to 40 years old with the majority of children being 4 and under. Private Dwellings were not constructed in this community until 1996, at which point, massive construction began to transform Terwillegar Towne into the community it is today. The majority of erected structures are owner occupied single detached homes. Periodically placed throughout are a few duplex/triplex and fourplex with a very small handful of apartments that are less than 5 stories. Almost all units are owner occupied, very few are offered as rental properties. There are also a handful of newer and recently completed schools available to students in this area. Below is a list of these schools:
- Lillian Osbourne (10 – 12) - (http://lillianosborne.epsb.ca/)
- Esther Starkman School – (http://estherstarkman.epsb.ca/about-our-school)
- Archbishop Joseph MacNeil School (K – 9) - (http://www.archbishopjosephmacneil.ecsd.net/)
- Monsignor William Irwin Catholic School – (http://www.monsignorwilliamirwin.ecsd.net/)
Even though this is a relatively newer neighbourhood, most of the residents and land developers share in the common desire to make this a community bursting with classic charm and old fashioned attention to detail and most importantly - respect for one’s surroundings and neighbors. Proof of this, is through The ‘Terwillegar Towne Residents Association’ (http://www.terwillegartowne.org/). If you own a property within the boundaries of this Community, then you automatically become a member of this Association. A volunteer Board of Directors diligently works to ensure that the needs and concerns of this Community are heard and attended to and that the maintenance of this neighborhood is held to a certain level of standards.
A unique neighborhood, such as Terwillegar Towne, that is specifically crafted, to meet certain goals for its residents is a rare and new initiative in Edmonton. Its rapid growth has proven that this formula of building a ‘small town’ feel within a City, is successful, as evidenced by the countless families that have chosen this safe, quiet and comforting place theirs’ to call home.