Bergman Homes for Sale - Edmonton

Bergman is one of the smaller communities that became an off-shoot of the expansion of the original town of Beverly. This entire section was turned into a suburb of Edmonton in the mid 1960's and the different developments began to establish neighborhood identities with an increase in population and the addition of services and businesses to the area. Bergman is situated just south of Yellowhead Trail and is north of the Beacon Heights subdivision.

Real Estate Listings in Bergman Neighbourhood

4 Properties
Courtesy Of Tanner Hawryluk Of Re/Max Preferred Choice
$277,500
Subdivision: Bergman
3
Beds
2
Baths
888
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
37
Days on Site
E4263387
MLS ®
PERFECT for the first time buyer or investor! Located on a LARGE corner lot on a quiet, tree lined street in the Bergman community awaits a fully finished 3 bed, 2 bath home thats ready for a new...
Courtesy Of Aidan Woodfine Of Sweetly
$239,900
Subdivision: Bergman
2
Beds
1
Baths
872
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
63
Days on Site
E4259991
MLS ®
Attention savvy investors and first-time buyers! Excellent opportunity to own in mature Bergman with quick access to Yellowhead Trail and 118 Ave, located on a tree-lined cul-de-sac walking distance...
Courtesy Of Sterling Preddie Of Sterling Real Estate
$299,900
Subdivision: Bergman
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,249
Sq.Ft.
1987
Year Built
75
Days on Site
E4258274
MLS ®
This bi-level is located in Bergman. Home comes with 3 bedroom on the upper floor and 1 bedroom on the lower level. This home requires work but is in an excellent location.
Courtesy Of Bob Maskell Of Royal Lepage Arteam Realty
$474,900
Subdivision: Bergman
30,966
Sq.Ft. Lot
76
Days on Site
E4004129
MLS ®
0.711 Acre parcel in NE Edmonton. Currently zoned AGU. Buyer will have to re zone to single family and bring services to land to develop.

Bergman Community Amenities & Features:

Like the other residential sectors that arose from the division, Bergman has a grid work street plan. Homes for sale in Bergman include single and multi-family structures, many of which were constructed during a restoration effort in the 1980's. Mainly open lots and shared land are a feature for many of the residences, although some private lots and natural landscaping help to offer greater seclusion to the homes.

As a residential section, Bergman is family friendly and good for walking within the area. Bus stops along bordering 50th Street let residents travel throughout the suburb and also connect with transportation into Edmonton. The proximity of Yellowhead Trail affords driving commuters a short trip to work.

Bergman Park is a pleasant spot for outdoor recreations, with open fields for sports and playground equipment for children. Parents can use Beacon Heights School to the south, while St. Leo's Catholic School to the west is another choice for learning. Bergman has a relaxed and quiet feel that is appreciated by residents, and this small community can be a good living space for families or single professionals.