Argyll Homes for Sale - Edmonton

The community of Argyll is a smaller residential area located in the southern section of the greater Millcreek area. While the southern border for this district is 63rd Avenue/Argyll Road, the majority of the neighborhood is surrounded by the park lands and river valley walking trails of the Mill Creek Ravine. This makes the community quite secluded and peaceful, with a strong rural feel.

Real Estate Listings in Argyll Neighbourhood

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Courtesy Of Cynthia Harris Of Century 21 All Stars Realty Ltd
Neighbourhood: Argyll
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This solid bungalow is located on a quiet street, boasting a great yard space with back lane access. Lovely front yard area as you enter this home to be greeted by a spacious front entry. Room for a...

Argyll Community Amenities & Features

Argyll is exclusively residential in makeup, and while it does feature businesses, services and shopping (mostly along Argyll road) the internal landscape of Argyll is entirely homes and natural lands. Houses for sale in Argyll are primarily single family dwellings that sit on well portioned private lots. Pedestrian access within the subdivision is very good. Bus stops for Argyll are located along 66th Avenue and the border roads, and these will connect with adjoining suburbs.

Parents in Argyll have several options for education, including locally situated Edmonton Public Schools. The W.P. Wagner School is a popular choice, as is nearby Hazeldean Elementary School and the J.H. Picard School.

Many residents enjoy the seclusion and proximity to nature that Argyll offers. Hiking through the wilderness of Mill Creek Ravine is a common outdoor pastime, and parts of this open land also have sporting pitches and playground facilities. The Argyll Velodrome is great destination for BMX enthusiasts, with bike races and exhibition shows throughout the year. Nearby Rockers Athletic Club has fitness facilities and activity programs for residents of all ages.

Argyll is an idyllic setting that gives inhabitants a strong sense of peace and space, yet, also allows them to stay connected with the greater Edmonton region.