Allendale Real Estate
Attained by the City of Strathcona in 1907, Allendale subsequently became a suburban community of the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1912 when the cities of Strathcona and Edmonton merged. It was named after a family, the Allen’s, who lived and worked an area of land located there before its annexation to Strathcona.
Allendale is bordered by 70 Avenue to the north, the Canadian Pacific Right of way and 104 Street to the east, 61 Avenue on the south, and 109 Street to the west. The Hazeldean neighbourhood is just to the east of the railway right of way. Other surrounding districts include Queen Alexandra to the north, McKernan to the northwest, Parkallen to the west, Lendrum Place to the southwest, and Pleasantview to the south.
Construction of the community of Allendale began just before the end of World War II, and continued on into the 1960’s and 1970’s, with only a small number of residential properties being built after 1980. The most common types of housing units in the community are single-family homes, with over 70% of residential property being of this type (according to the 2005 municipal census). Low-rise apartments and duplex housing comprise the remaining portion of residential property. A little more than half of these dwellings are rental property.
One public school, Allendale Elementary Junior High School is located in the neighbourhood. St. Agnes Catholic School is also located in Allendale.
Demographics: Population 2,459 Median Income $64,613 # of Homes 1,131 Pop Change -8% © Stats Canada Census Data
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