Dovercourt Homes for Sale - Edmonton

The Dovercourt neighborhood is situated to the north west side of the greater Westmount area and is a mainly residential area that is bordered by Yellowhead Trail to the north and industrial sections to the west. This community is well established with initial integration into the Edmonton in the early 1900's and development between 1940 and 1960.

Real Estate Listings in Dovercourt Neighbourhood

2 Properties
Courtesy Of Petterson Lam Of 2% Realty Pro
$227,000
Subdivision: Dovercourt
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,421
Sq.Ft.
1940
Year Built
74
Days on Site
E4258189
MLS ®
Check out this unique 1940 home. Dovercourt community's oldest. Enter through a new covered porch into the open livingroom and dining space boasting 9.5 ft high ceilings which go throughout the main...
Courtesy Of Tammy Colbow Of Royal Lepage Noralta Real Estate
$342,000
Subdivision: Dovercourt
3
Beds
2
Baths
875
Sq.Ft.
1955
Year Built
59
Days on Site
E4255412
MLS ®
Great opportunity to own a home in a great location in Dovercourt with a MOTHER-IN-LAW SUITE! Main level boasts a large living room, bright open kitchen with separate dining area, large primary...

Dovercourt Community Amenities & Features:

The general street plan of curved roads with a number of loops and cul-de-sacs keeps the living space peaceful and creates an attractive atmosphere for residents.

Homes for sale in Dovercourt are primarily well cared for single family dwellings on larger sized lots. The use of natural landscaping and open fields gives the development a very rural feel, and pedestrian access through the sector is safe and easy to navigate. Well maintained sidewalks and pathways that run through the central park area also make it simple for cyclists to traverse the sub-development. This is a highly attractive feature for many inhabitants, and creates a strong cultural identity within Dovercourt.

The Dovercourt neighborhood is also considered a family friendly place, with playgrounds and sporting pitches on the public lands. While Edmonton Public Schools serve this section, Dovercourt School and Coralwood Advetist Academy are also options that parents have when seeking education for children.

Bus stops are prevalent across the sub-division and along the border roads, which allow commuters travel to city centre with ease. These lines also connect with adjacent communities and with the industrial area which has a number of commercial services and retailers to meet practical need such as groceries and home goods.