Hairsine Houses for Sale - Edmonton

Part of northeast Edmonton’s Clareview area, the subdivision that would become Hairsine was annexed by the City in 1961 and developed as part of the Clareview  Outline Plan starting in 1972. Construction continued into the 1980s and consisted mostly of row houses, single-family dwellings, and low-rise apartment buildings. Hairsine is named in honour of the first Mayor of Beverly, Albert D. Hairsine, who served as mayor of the town of Beverly until 1951.
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Real Estate Listings in Hairsine Neighbourhood

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Courtesy Of Kathy Sobh Of Maxwell Polaris
Neighbourhood: Hairsine
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Hairsine Amenities & Schools

The Hairsine Community League was established in 1980 and maintains a community hall and outdoor rink at 31st Street and 139th Avenue. Nearby amenities include outdoor recreation at sprawling Hairsine Park, Fire Station 18 in the southeast, and Clareview LRT Station to the west of the neighbourhood along 137 Avenue. Hairsine is served by the Edmonton Public School Board: Kirkness School for grades K-6, John D. Bracco School for grades 7-9, and Eastglen School for grades 10-12. Hairsine is represented by the councillor for Ward Dene, formerly Ward 4, on Edmonton City Council.