Leduc Homes For Sale

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Comprising part of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, Leduc is a city situated in Alberta, 15 minutes south of Edmonton. The city prides itself in plenty of green spaces and natural areas, a peaceful community, and all the essential amenities necessary for quality living. Leduc is adjacent to Edmonton International Airport and is a few minutes away from Edmonton and other satellite cities, making it the perfect place to live and work. Leduc real estate offers a variety of home styles, including modern condos, traditional homes, single-family homes, waterfront homes and luxury estate homes. Shopping amenities in Leduc are easily accessible, with most of them concentrated along 50 Street and 50th Avenue. Popular shopping locations include Leduc Common Shopping Mall, Walmart Supercentre and Southfork Landing Shopping Mall. Queen Elizabeth Highway goes through Leduc, providing access to Nisku and Edmonton to the north and a gateway to areas like Calgary to the south. Leduc also offers public transit, which provides local transit and transit to Nisku, the airport and Edmonton.

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Leduc History

Leduc was established as a settlement by Robert Telford, who settled in the area in 1899 near a lake that carries his name today (Telford Lake). Robert Telford went on to become the first postmaster, first general merchant and first justice of the peace in the settlement that was informally known as Telford. In 1890, a man by the name of Mr. McKinely set up the first telegraph office in the area and interestingly decided to name it after the first person to walk in through the door. This happened to be Father Hippolyte Leduc, a local priest who had served in the area since 1867. Later, in 1899, Lieutenant Governor Dewdney of the Northwest Territories named the settlement in honour of Father Leduc. Leduc was incorporated as a village in 1899, as a town in 1906 and as a city in 1983. By the time Leduc became a city, it had a population of 12,000. Today, the city's population stands at 33,000.

Leduc Recreational & Outdoor Activities

Leduc Recreation Centre (LRC)

Leduc Recreation Centre is the pride of the city, which caters to sports and fitness enthusiasts. The 309,000 square feet facility situated just off Black Gold Drive features 3 NHL-size rinks, 2 field houses, an aquatic complex, a facility with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, an 8-rink curling complex, a 4-lane running/walking track and a variety of recreational programs. Also located near the recreation centre is William F. Lede Park, a 200-acre field with space for various sports such as baseball, softball, football, rugby and soccer.

In addition, the park has an outdoor fitness park that features equipment like push-up bars, pull-up bars, a bench, etc. and an off-leash dog park with plenty of open space and a small forest for dogs to run around and do some exploring.

Adjacent to William F. Lede Park is Telford Lake, which is connected to the city's trail system and offers opportunities for birdwatching, kayaking, and canoeing. You can rent a canoe, kayak or a stand-up paddle and start your adventure or take part in the boating classes offered by Leduc Boat Club. The area also features the Telford Lake Trail, an 8.2 km trail that allows visitors to explore the different wildlife and plant life in the area. The lake is also home to various seasonal competitions that draw crowds and competitors. These include dragon boat competitions during summer and ice racing competitions during winter. 

The city also features over 60 km of multi-way paved trails that allow you to explore the city via foot, biking, rollerblading and any other wheels. The trails are also maintained through the winter to ensure residents have year-round access.

Alexandra Outdoor Pool is a great place to spend a summer afternoon. The facility is available for public swimming and features a main pool with 5-lanes, a dive tank, a diving board, and a waterslide. You can also rent the outdoor pool for private activities. Adjacent to the pool is a spray park, which is great for both kids and adults to have fun.

The city also features several ball diamonds facilities located in Lede Park (7 diamonds), Elks Diamonds (2 diamonds), Reservoir Diamonds (3 diamonds) and Aileen Faller Park (2 diamonds). Fishing is also an activity that you can enjoy in Leduc. Great spots include Telford Lake, Leduc Reservoir, Coal Lake, and West Point Lake.

Leduc Art & Culture

Leduc is home to a strong art and culture community that holds various celebrations and festivals throughout the year and loves to attend plays and art performances in local theatres. Leduc's Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts is a 450-seat facility that hosts various music performances, plays and special events. Local organizations like Leduc Drama Society and Stageworks Academy of the Performing Arts also hold performances in the theatre.

Stone Barn & Cultural Village is also a great cultural site that used to be the site of an old dairy barn. Today, the site contains the remnants of the old dairy barn, which include the original farmhouse, a milking shed, landscaped gardens and the historic Stone Barn. The site's spectacular landscape and flowers make it the perfect place for picnics or special events like weddings.

Dr. Woods House Museum gives visitors an inside look at upper-middle-class life in the late 1920s to 1940s. The house features a stylish design and furnishings to represent the vintage design of that period. Canadian Energy Museum is another museum that teaches visitors about Alberta's oil discovery history and allows them to experience a virtual tour of the oil buried deep in the earth.

The city also celebrates various festivals like Canada Day by inviting residents to partake in a variety of activities. These include a travelling outdoor concert series, free take-home hot dog and s'mores kits, fireworks display and much more.

Best Restaurants in Leduc

Habaneros Mexican Grill is a favourite among locals who love Mexican cuisine. They serve the best chimichangas, tacos, deep-fried ice cream and a whole lot more in a colourful atmosphere.

Leduc Diner & Pizza Ltd is the best pizza place in town serving affordable breakfast specials. Their best dishes feature chicken soup, lasagna and rice pudding.

Zambelli's Restaurant has it all, from pizza and steak to sandwiches and cocktails. They offer gluten-free options, and delicacies like prime rib, lamb chops, lamb souvlaki, lamb ribs, caesar salad and various baked dishes.

Kosmos Restaurant & Lounge is a tavern serving pizza, delicious ribs, lasagna and pub eats. They also have a patio, a pool, TVs and karaoke music from local singers. The place is also popular with wedding parties.

Leduc Schools

Leduc’s education system is governed by two school boards: Black Gold School Division No. 18 for public schools and St. Thomas Aquinas Roman (STAR) for catholic schools.

Public schools in Leduc include Black Gold Outreach (Grade 7-12), Caledonia Park School (k-9), Covenant Christian School (k-9), East Elementary School (Pre-school & k-6), Ecole Corinthia Park School (k-6), Ecole Leduc Estates School (k-6), Ecole Leduc Junior High School, Leduc Composite High School, Linsford Park School (Pre-K & k-6), West Haven Public School (k-9), and Willow Park School (k-6).

Catholic schools include Christ the King School (Grades 9-12), Ecole Notre Dame School (k-6), Father Leduc Catholic School (k-8), and St. Benedict School (k-6).