Abbottsfield Real Estate

Abbottsfield in east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is named for Abraham Abbott. He was a resident of the Town of Beverly and served many years as a school custodian in the Beverly School District. Beverly was a coal mining town that was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1961. One of the major coal mines was located in the Abbottsfield area.

Abbottsfield overlooks the North Saskatchewan River, which forms its eastern boundary. The southern border is 118th Avenue, the western is 34th Street and the north is framed by the Yellowhead Trail corridor. Victoria Drive is the boundary between the neighbourhood and the river valley area. Rundle Park is located below Abbottsfield in the river valley and the Rundle Heights neighbourhood is directly to the south.

Residential construction didn’t start in the area until the 1970s. Over 75% of the residences were completed in that decade. Nearly 54% of the available homes are row houses, followed by apartments in low rise buildings of less than five stories at 33%. The remaining housing styles are duplexes, triplexes and quadruplexes. Single family homes are not part of the housing inventory. 70% of the residences are rentals. All of the owner occupied homes are row houses.

The closest shopping centre is Abbottsfield Mall, on the south edge of the neighbourhood on 118th Avenue. One public school and two Catholic schools are in the area. The Rundle Golf Course is to the east.

Abbottsfield Homes for Sale in Edmonton, AB

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