As one of Central Edmonton's most desired residential neighbourhoods, Hazeldean boasts plenty of amenities and an abundance of green space. It's also just a 15-minute drive from downtown. Hazeldean's eastern border runs alongside Mill Creek Ravine from 63 Avenue NW to 72 Avenue NW. Its western border is 99 Street NW. The majority of Hazeldean homes for sale are single-family detached homes behind gorgeous tall trees. The neighbourhood's demographic is a fairly equal mix of young families, middle-aged adults, and retired couples.
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Hazeldean is among the more established and affordable residential neighbourhoods in Edmonton. According to a recent census, more than 75 percent of homes are single-family detached houses located behind beautifully treed boulevards, creating a pleasant view for home owners. The vast majority of these houses were built on lot sizes of just over 1,000 square feet during the neighbourhood's first development boom in the 1950s. Most of the remaining homes are row houses, with very few duplexes and almost no apartments/condos.
If you buy a home in Hazeldean, you'll be living in a friendly, middle-class community of all ages. Most Hazeldean residents have lived in the area for well over five years, so they clearly enjoy the neighbourhood and everything it has to offer.
Hazeldean homes are located in a few imperfect grids broken up by a railroad right-of-way that stretches across the entire neighbourhood. This serves as a charming greenbelt that includes pedestrian and cycling trails, allowing residents to experience a scenic walk or bike ride from one end of the neighbourhood to the other. Residents also love the massive green area and recreation trails in nearby Mill Ceek Ravine.
Hazeldean's close proximity to green space gives home owners a scenic view, convenient outdoor exercise opportunities, and a sense of privacy in the neighbourhood. There are also a large number of businesses and amenities in Hazeldean, listed below, that cater to residents.
Amenities Near Hazeldean Homes
Hazeldean's central location means it's only a 15-minute drive from downtown Edmonton and a 10-minute drive from many of Edmonton's major attractions, including famous Whyte Avenue, the Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre, and the University of Alberta. Several bus routes also run through the neighbourhood and there are plenty of amenities within walking distance:
Hazeldean Community League
Hazeldean Elementary School and a Catholic school that offers French Immersion from Grades K to 12
Dr. Gerald Zetter Care Centre, a long-term care centre/auxiliary hospital
Local mini-mall and several supermarkets
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Listing information last updated on July 23rd, 2019 at 6:46am MDT.