Homes For Sale In Dovercourt Community - Edmonton, AB

Properties in Dovercourt

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.
4 Properties
Courtesy Of Duane Ritter Of Re/Max Real Estate
$340,000
Subdivision: Dovercourt
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,301
Sq.Ft.
1943
Year Built
9
Days on Site
E4229410
MLS ®
*Please note* property is sold "as is where is at time of possession". No warranties or representations.
Courtesy Of Erin Willman Of Re/Max Professionals
$349,900
Subdivision: Dovercourt
4
Beds
2
Baths
980
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
15
Days on Site
E4228678
MLS ®
Absolutely phenomenal value! Situated on a quiet tree lined street this home has been exceptionally maintained and is move in ready. The main floor has HARDWOOD FLOORS in the living room and dining...
Courtesy Of Arminy Sveinsson Of Coldwell Banker Haida Realty
$310,000
Subdivision: Dovercourt
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,001
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
24
Days on Site
E4227831
MLS ®
Dovercourt Digs- A wonderful community to call home. Great location- 1.5 blocks away from Dovercourt Community Center where you can enjoy: skating rink, spray park, community garden, and many...
Courtesy Of Sheldon Casavant Of Century 21 Masters
$369,900
Subdivision: Dovercourt
3
Beds
2
Baths
787
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
25
Days on Site
E4227765
MLS ®
This beautifully renovated and well maintained bungalow features over 1300 sq ft of total living space and a treed park across the street. With a welcoming living room, bright dining area, and...

More About Buying A Home In Dovercourt Community - Edmonton, AB:

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.