Highlands Houses for Sale - Edmonton

The Highlands suburb can be found to the north east of North Central Edmonton, and is a smaller collection of communities that is bordered by Yellowhead Trail to the north and the Saskatchewan River in the south. This established suburb has an interesting mix of slightly urban to almost rural living spaces and some commercial and industrial development to the west side of the district.

Real Estate Listings in Highlands Neighbourhood

8 Properties
Courtesy Of Melanie Brady Of Maxwell Polaris
$609,000
Neighbourhood: Highlands
3
Beds
3
Baths
1,240
Sq.Ft.
1948
Year Built
4
Days on Site
E4382663
MLS®
Courtesy Of Alex Ward Of Maxwell Devonshire Realty
$535,000
Neighbourhood: Highlands
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,346
Sq.Ft.
1918
Year Built
6
Days on Site
E4382264
MLS®
Courtesy Of Luke Policella Of Loris Realty Group Ltd
$349,900
Neighbourhood: Highlands
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,125
Sq.Ft.
1939
Year Built
10
Days on Site
E4381919
MLS®
Courtesy Of Walter Diduck Of RE/MAX Real Estate
$924,900
Neighbourhood: Highlands
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,122
Sq.Ft.
1912
Year Built
11
Days on Site
E4381535
MLS®
Courtesy Of Wally Fakhreddine Of Maxwell Devonshire Realty
$739,900
Neighbourhood: Highlands
8
Beds
4
Baths
3,055
Sq.Ft.
1940
Year Built
25
Days on Site
E4379169
MLS®
Courtesy Of Rocko Jankowski Of RE/MAX Elite
$498,000
Neighbourhood: Highlands
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,318
Sq.Ft.
1947
Year Built
28
Days on Site
E4378825
MLS®
Courtesy Of Brett Loree Of Century 21 Masters
$1,029,000
Neighbourhood: Highlands
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,252
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
33
Days on Site
E4377664
MLS®
Courtesy Of Christopher Greidanus Of Maxwell Devonshire Realty
$449,900
Neighbourhood: Highlands
6
Beds
4
Baths
1,482
Sq.Ft.
1953
Year Built
45
Days on Site
E4376093
MLS®

Highlands Community Amenities & Features

This puts residents very close to the perks of the downtown area, but also affords inhabitants a good amount of peacefulness and seclusion, as well as proximity to natural beauty.

The greater Highlands area is slightly spread out, stretching almost as far as Downtown Edmonton, but also reaching nearly to the river bend of North East Edmonton. The communities within this region include the actual neighborhood of Highlands, as well as Montrose, Newton, Bellevue, Cromdale, and Virginia Park. Each of these mainly residential sections gives people a distinct community that is very much shaped by historical aspects of the region, along with current forward growth.

Much of this area began as privately owned, undeveloped and agricultural lots, until the section became a part of Edmonton around 1912. The further structuring of these communities took place over the ensuing fifty or so years, with parts of the initial population flux coming from a street car line that ran from Downtown Edmonton into the Highlands region. During the later development period in the 1960's the communities within Highlands were further subdivided to give residential housing to the growing population of the city. Much of this design is currently evident within the area.

As an immediate suburb of the central Edmonton region, Highlands is close to LRT lines, and has good public transportation services through both rail and bus. Nearby stops for the LRT include Stadium, Coliseum, and even Churchill Stations. The individual communities are conducive to pedestrian and cycling travel, which makes the Highlands region fairly self contained for practical and recreational amenities.

This suburb of Edmonton is generally considered a very good place to raise a family. Education in the area is well rated, with institution such as Eastglen School, Highlands School, and Mt. Royal School. Higher learning facilities are also within this subdivision with the Concordia University College of Alberta and the Tegler Student Centre.

Residents in Highlands are very attracted to the number of outdoor recreations which are afforded to inhabitants. The Highlands Golf Club is a big draw, as is the wilderness and river access of Kinnaird Park. These natural features can be found throughout the Highlands area and are often incorporated into the residential landscape for a more relaxed and rural atmosphere.

Residents also have the ability to enjoy shopping and dining in the nearby downtown section of Edmonton. This provides culture with museums such as the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Royal Alexandria Museum. Closer at hand, Rexall Place and the Commonwealth Arena have musical shows and sporting events that take place all year long. Highlands is a good location for many people, with established communities that have a suburban feel, and good proximity to downtown commerce and entertainment.