Carter Crest Edmonton Homes For Sale

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in beautiful Carter Crest, AB.

Carter Crest is a relatively new neighbourhood located in the Riverbend area of southwest Edmonton. Designed to connect residents with recreational amenities and provide a quiet and peaceful environment, Carter Crest features a series of cul-de-sacs and looping roads to keep unnecessary traffic away from the neighbourhood. Residents also enjoy access to green spaces and pathways, which provide convenient access to different parts of the neighbourhood. Homes for sale features styles such as single-family homes (majority) and several row houses and duplexes. Just outside Carter Crest to the northwest, Riverbend Shopping Centre features amenities such as Safeway, banks, restaurants, a shell and other professional services. Magrath Business Centre, located a few minutes south of the neighbourhood, offers more services and amenities. Residents have immediate access to Terwillegar Drive, which connects to Anthony Henday Drive and Whitemud Drive, providing quick commutes to the rest of the city. Carter Crest is also served by 10 bus stops which provide convenient access to reliable public transport.

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Carter Crest History

Carter Crest takes its name from Robert I. Carter (1858–1931), a former Canadian government agent and landowner of what is now Terwillegar Park. He moved to Strathcona in 1910 and served in various positions including, the council for rural residents, president of the Conservation Association of Strathcona, and member of the Masonic Order until his return to the United States in 1923. The majority of Carter Crest residences were completed during the 1990s. The neighbourhood is bounded on the south by Leger neighbourhood, east and northeast by Rabbit Hill Road, and east and northeast by Terwillegar Drive.

Carter Crest Recreational Activities

Carter Crest has one park: Robert Carter Park. The park offers plenty of green space for relaxation, and the neighbourhood also features numerous pathways suitable for biking and walking. A few minutes to the east, Whitemud Creek features numerous nature trails. Hikers can explore various spots in the ravine such as Whitemud Creek Bridge, Whitemud Creek Stairs, Whitemud Creek Lookout and MacTaggart Sanctuary. North Saskatchewan River Valley is situated a few minutes to the east and features more hiking trails and nature to explore. 

Carter Crest is close to Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, one of the biggest fitness centres in Edmonton. They offer programs for people of all ages and their facility features an aquatic centre, a gymnasium, four NHL-sized ice sheets, indoor playgrounds, state of the art fitness centre and much more. Carter Crest golfers are located close to two golf courses. The Derrick Golf and Winter Club and Edmonton Country Club feature well-manicured and challenging courses and clubhouses with great food and drinks.

The nearby Riverbend Shopping Centres provides Carter Crest residents easy access to some of the best food in the Riverbend area. Oliveto Trattoria serves Italian delicacies like pasta in an upscale and inviting environment, while COBS Bread Bakery sells a variety of baked goods such as buns and croissants in different flavours. Also nearby is A&W Canada serving namesake root beer, floats, burgers and fries. Other chains in the centre include Subway, McDonald's, Domino's Pizza, and Pizza Box. The fact that the centre is within walking distance of the neighbourhood means food can be delivered to your door within minutes.

Carter Crest House Prices

The average house price in 2021 for a house in Carter Crest is around $493,000, the lowest price is around $314,000, and the highest price is around $760,000.

Carter Crest Schools

Carter Crest designated schools include George H. Luck Elementary School, Riverbend Junior High School, Strathcona and Lillian Osborne High Schools, Archbishop Joseph Macneil Elementary and Mother Margaret Mary High School.