Crestwood Homes for Sale

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Crestwood, AB.

Crestwood is a desirable community to live in mainly due to its proximity to downtown and the Edmonton River valley. The area provides one of the best views of the river valley from the north, east, and south of the neighborhood. Crestwood hosts several shopping centers, a curling club, and the famous Candy Cane Lane which is known for its eye-catching Christmas lights. The two ravines in close proximity provide residents with beautiful trek trails and biking trails and the fact that downtown Edmonton is only 5-10 minutes away makes this neighborhood one of the most convenient locations.

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History of Crestwood

Crestwood developed into a neighborhood between 1945 and 1960 since most of the houses were built around that period. The neighborhood is bordered by the Mackinnon Ravine Park on the north, on the south by the Mackenzie Ravine, on the east by the Edmonton River Valley which lies along the North Saskatchewan River, and on the west by 149 Street.

There are 3 parks in the neighborhood namely Crestwood Park, Donald Dobie Green, and Isabelle Connelly Park.

Crestwood House Prices

The average house price in 2021 for a house in Crestwood is just under $870,000, the lowest price is around $460,000, and the highest price is around 1.8 million dollars. The majority of the houses are single-family dwellings while the rest of the residences are largely made up of apartments.

Crestwood Schools

Crestwood is home to 2 schools including Crestwood Elementary Junior High School and St. Paul Elementary School which are operated by the Edmonton Public School System and Edmonton Catholic School System respectively.