Blackmud Creek Homes for Sale - Edmonton

Houses For Sale Blackmud Creek: The Blackmud community district has a number of communities that incorporate environmental features and preserve lands into the residential neighborhoods to provide a unique landscape that is both rural and modern.

Real Estate Listings in Blackmud Creek Neighbourhood

4 Properties
Courtesy Of Leanne Leuschen Of Liv Real Estate
$550,000
Neighbourhood: Blackmud Creek
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,655
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
15
Days on Site
E4365374
MLS®
Courtesy Of Shelly Reddy Of Royal Lepage Arteam Realty
$648,000
Neighbourhood: Blackmud Creek
3
Beds
3
Baths
1,547
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
51
Days on Site
E4361594
MLS®
Courtesy Of Cameron Dembinsky Of RE/MAX Real Estate
$779,900
Neighbourhood: Blackmud Creek
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,806
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
69
Days on Site
E4359392
MLS®
Courtesy Of Nidhi Kapoor Of Maxwell Polaris
$755,000
Neighbourhood: Blackmud Creek
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,621
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
152
Days on Site
E4348116
MLS®

Blackmud Creek Community Amenities & Features:

The Blackmud neighborhoods include Allard, Blackburne, Blackmud Creek, Callaghan, Chapelle Area, Heritage Valley Area, MacEwan, Richford, and Rutherford. The official foundation of this district is considered to have happened in 2006, although plans for the area were already being drawn up in the early 2000's. Some of the land included private holdings and preserve grounds, but the growing need for residential housing eventually pushed the incorporation forward.

Since the Blackmud area is both historically and ecologically significant, plans for development were highly focused on building community and making environmentally sound construction choices. The previous residences within this area, from the late 1800's forward, consisted of homesteaders, trappers, traders, and First Nations People. Although this represents a diverse population, the good hunting and fertile soil of the area allowed for shared interests and an integration of cultures. The proposals for the development of Blackmud utilized that framework in generating sub-divisions that are residential, commercial, and recreational.

The ecological concerns for Blackmud also presented a new structure to the layout of the region. Communities within this sector heavily favor pedestrian traffic and public transportation, and the use of foot paths that are separate from roadways figures strongly into the design. Preserve lands are largely left as a feature within the neighborhoods, and allocations for parks, ponds, and other natural attractions are also provided.

Educational facilities for the Blackmud suburb are also within the development plan. While Edmonton Public Schools will serve much of the district, institutions such as the Johnny Bright School, the Monsignor Fee Otterson School, and nearby Esther Starkman School are all well rated and able to accommodate many grades of teaching. Parents can use these local learning providers or utilize municipal bus services to access adjacent communities.

The Blackmud region is also the site of a proposed LRT station along the Heritage Valley Line, and this will increase commuting ease into the city centre. Bus lines are prevalent across the area, and individual neighborhoods have good well positioned stops both within and around the area.

For outdoor enthusiasts, this sector is rife with recreation. Blackmud Creek preserve lands are ideal for hiking and fishing, and Whitemud Ravine Park is also close by. The Jagere Ridge Golf Course is located to the west of the Blackmud suburb, and has rolling greens as well as club house facilities. Whitemud Creek Golf and RV Resort is another popular destination for camping and for play.

The Blackmud suburb represents an innovative melding of function and stewardship. It has resulted in communities that have a rural beauty and a close proximity to the city, with encouraging features for outdoor pursuits.