Canon Ridge Homes for Sale - Edmonton

Canon Ridge is a community that has a long history of development. With initial settlement in the late 1800's, this section on the eastern edge of the Clareview area was mostly farmlands. Present homes for sale in Canon Ridge may date back to the start of the development boom in the 1960's, which has continued through to the present day.

Real Estate Listings in Canon Ridge Neighbourhood

2 Properties
Courtesy Of Sam Hachem Of Maxwell Progressive
$448,888
Subdivision: Canon Ridge
5
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,170
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
6
Days on Site
E4242130
MLS ®
BACKING ONTO GREENBELT! WELCOME HOME! Located in a beautiful and quiet neighborhood in Edmonton. Brand new LAMINATE FLOORING throughout, ALL NEW PAINT,TRIM, BRAND NEW 2 PIECE ENSUITE BATHROOM IN THE...
Courtesy Of Solomon Davies Of Exp Realty
$299,999
Subdivision: Canon Ridge
5
Beds
2
Baths
997
Sq.Ft.
1989
Year Built
14
Days on Site
E4240723
MLS ®
5 bedroom bungalow on the biggest lot you can imagine. 791 square meters. 3 bedrooms above and 2 in the basement. You can easily turn this into a legal basement suite. Located in a cul de sac....

Canon Ridge Community Amenities & Features:

Canon Ridge is bordered by park lands and the Saskatchewan River in the east and Victoria Trail on the west. It sits north of Yellowhead Trail which also give commuters driving access into downtown Edmonton. This neighborhood is primarily residential and has an open street design. Larger sized lots are a trademark for homes for sale in this area and this includes both single and multi-family structures. Townhouses in Canon Ridge have ample shared land, and the spread out design provides a rural environment.

Bus stops long Hyndman Crescent and Hooke Road give Canon Ridge inhabitants an easy way to connect with adjoining communities and to commute by way of public transportation. Parents in the neighborhood can use Anne Fitzgerald School for educational needs, and the Clareview Head Start School lends itself to both preschool teaching and day care services.

The Abbotsfield Mall is less than half a kilometer to the west, and has shopping, dining, and entertainment with retailers and cinemas. Residents who prefer to take their leisure time outdoors will appreciate Hermitage Park. This preserve has hiking and cycling trails, but also gives river access, and has boating storage and launches on the inland river lakes.