There are million dollar homes in Southeast Edmonton that
are surrounded by lakes and nice hiking trails. This area
of Southeast Edmonton is one of the most rapidly developing
areas. From farmlands and fields to some of the most expensive
properties in Edmonton is what you will see in this area.
There is so much construction going on in this area and
if you visit Summerside and go around the lake you will
see that every plot of land has already been under construction.
The area will soon not be recognizable by any local Edmontonian
given another 2 years. The Southeast Edmonton area is a
affluent district that many professionals will choose to
live. All the area is developed from ground up including
the roads, schools, churches, and houses. There is a mix
of condos, townhouses, and houses in the Southeast Edmonton
that accommodate the many different type of homeowers and
investors living in the area. Southeast Edmonton is about
10 minutes drive to the Edmonton International Airport which
makes it very convenient for frequent travellers. This area
is also very close to the popular South Edmonton Common
shopping which currently has Ikea, Home Depot, Revy, Pier
1 Imports, Bestbuy, and many trendy restaurants.
Where is Southeast Edmonton located?
The Southeast Edmonton area is located just south of Mill
Woods district and to the east of the Gateway Blvd and Calgary
Trail highways. It is a quick 10 minute drive to the airport
and is easily accessible to the Whitemud. The areas of Southeast
Edmonton includes Forest Heights, Fulton Place, Capilano,
Gold Bar, Holyrood, Ildywylde, Ottewell, Kenilworth, King
Edward Park, Avonmore, Ritchie, Hazeldean, Maple Ridge,
Larkspur, Wildrose, Silver Berry, Ellerslie, Wernerville,
and Summerside. With the development of the Anthony Henday
Drive to the south, Southeast Edmonton will be very easy
and convenient to live in. By using the new freeway, you
can get around Edmonton in a very short time and be back
home without the traffic of the city. This area is also
very close to Downtown Edmonton and is only a 20 minute
drive to the centre. The main road through this area is
Ellerslie Rd (9 Av SW) and this goes from east to west.
The other important streets are 66 St SW, 50 St, and 34
St which all go directly north into Millwoods district.
Choosing to live in Southeast Edmonton
Why would people choose to live in Southeast Edmonton? The
main reason to live in Southeast Edmonton is value. The
Southeast Edmonton area will be the nicest new district
of Edmonton that is still affordable. For prices as low
as $80,000 you can get into a new 1 bedroom apartment with
underground parking. There are many such investment deals
on the market and the prices are starting to climb rapidly.
Perhaps you want to live in a nicer home, well the Southeast
Edmonton area has many of them too. Some of the homes go
as high as $1 million dollars and are righ next to Summerside
Lake. There are many houses on the market starting at $260,000
and up. These are great starter homes for families with
young children. The area of Southeast Edmonton is the most
convenient for frequent travellers as it is so close to
the Emonton Airport. Currently this area is at the south
end of Edmonton and has become the new outer city limits.
However given the rapid expansion of the area, this will
soon be a part of the inner city within 5 years.
The South Edmonton Common is a popular
Southeast Edmonton area
There are many reasons to be in Southeast Edmonton and visit
the South Edmonton Common. This shopping district in the
Southeast Edmonton area provides shoppers with all the most
popular stores including Ikea, Home Depot, Bestbuy, and
Mexx. This area also has some of the most trendy restaurants
available in Edmonton and many more are opening up. The
reason why the South Edmonton Common is so popular is that
it is very easily accessible by highway and soon to even
quicker by the Anthony Henday Driver. Located at the South
end of the Southeast Edmonton area and bordered by 23 Ave
to the north and Parsons Rd to the east, it is quickly becoming
the most popular place to shop and dine in Edmonton. All
the big box retail outlets are located in this area and
many of the trendy shops will also have an outlet here.
The South Edmonton Common is located right between the Southeast
and Southwest areas of Edmonton and is only a 15 minute
drive from the downtown core.
Trendy Southeast Edmonton is the new thing
All the trendy shops have a location in Southeast Edmonton
area. What used to be only Whyte Avenue or 82 Ave as the
trendy place to be, now Southeast Edmonton has also made
it on the list of places to be seen. The convenience of
the area and the already existing big retail outlets in
the area make it the ideal choice for new trendy shops.
You can come here to do all your shopping and find all the
latest in fashion and cuisines. So if you live in the south
side and don’t want to fight the traffic of Whyte
Ave., you now have a superior choice. Though the popularity
of the area is making it more difficult to find good parking