Clareview Homes for Sale - Edmonton

The Clareview suburb of Northeast Edmonton is situated in an almost triangular area that is between Fort Road/ Manning Road on the west and the Saskatchewan River Bend on the south and east. This primarily residential area includes a large amount of preserve lands, and abutting industrial area to the north offer employment to residents, as does Edmonton city centre, which is only about four kilometers away.

Real Estate Listings in Clareview Neighbourhood

3 Properties
Courtesy Of Terry Paranych Of Re/Max Excellence
$439,900
Subdivision: Kernohan
5
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,035
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
19
Days on Site
E4239781
MLS ®
Absolutely stunning 5 Bedroom 2035 Sq Ft custom built home right next to the North Saskatchewan River will sure to impress. Curb appeal is second to none and this property is situated in a quiet area...
Courtesy Of John Stobbe Of Platinum Property Group Inc.
$349,900
Subdivision: Kernohan
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,823
Sq.Ft.
1979
Year Built
53
Days on Site
E4233656
MLS ®
A Gem of a place & with a little polish it will become a diamond! This home is great for a family / extended family with over 1800sq feet of living space. The main floor offers a large open...
Courtesy Of Cheryl Mcbride Of Royal Lepage Noralta Real Estate
$430,000
Subdivision: Kernohan
5
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
1,894
Sq.Ft.
1980
Year Built
116
Days on Site
E4225316
MLS ®
Location! Steps to River Valley, Parks & Ravines, walking trials. 1895 sq.ft. with brick archway entrance,1 & 1/2 storey home, has 5 bedrooms. Lots of renovations completed. Large foyer welcomes...

Clareview Community Amenities & Features:

The Clareview area has been a direct beneficiary of more people moving into the Edmonton area for the work created by industry.

While local enterprises and shopping can be found in some of the neighbourhoods of the Clareview section, Clareview Town Centre is the only space that is truly considered to be a residential and business mix. The other communities that include Abbotsfield, Beacon Heights, Bergman, Beverly Heights, Rundle Heights, Bannerman, Belmont, Cannon Ridge, Fraser Hairsine, Homesteader, Kernohan, Kirkness, and Sifton Park are primarily suburban living space.

The Clareview communities have a good mix of families and single professionals, as the area lends itself to easy commuting and safe and open living spaces that are close to nature. The Clareview LRT stop is simple to get to in Clareview Town Centre and this transit hub also offers residents long term parking facilities. The well ranked educational institutions in Clareview include Edmonton public schools and private learning options. Some of the choices for parents and children are Bannerman School, St. Bonaventure, Beacon Heights School, and the St. Maria Goretti School.

Although this suburb is comprised of a number of distinct neighborhoods, the divisions of the area have changed considerably over time. The part of Clareview that is located south of Yellowhead Trail was originally the Village of Beverly which was first named a town in 1911. As populations in Edmonton began to spread further into outlying areas, this region became incorporated into the greater city in the 1960's and was further divided into the current developments.

The northern section of Clareview includes established areas and parts like Clareview Town Centre which had their initial construction plans set in the 1970's. This section combines the ideas of foundation and constant progress that is deeply a part of many of the community leagues that help to build these subdivisions.

Residents in the Clareview area can enjoy the proximity to urban amenities in a suburban setting. Outdoor recreations and indoor entertainment are all close at hand. The central section gives inhabitants the chance to enjoy movies, dining, and shopping, and the Clareview Arenas are popular destination for sporting events and skating. Hermitage Park and the Rundle River Valley section give the chance to participate in outdoor recreations and leisure activities. These may range from hiking the wilderness trails, to fishing, grilling, boating and even swimming programs at the ACT Aquatic and Recreation Centre.

The Clareview location is a good residential fit for many families, and walking and cycling within the neighborhoods is both safe and pleasant. Public transportation and major thoroughfares give access to the wider suburb and the city, while many of the practical necessities are nearby at the Clareview Campus and the Abbotsfield Mall. This suburb is well established, and gives the feel of small town living that is close to the city.