Ekota Homes for Sale - Edmonton

The neighborhood of Ekota is centrally located in the southern part of Millwoods. This community is named after the Cree word for a special place, and much work has gone into maintaining the beauty of the natural environment to preserve the heritage of the area. Ekota features two large parks in the middle of the subdivision and these are complemented by the wooded lots that the houses for sale in this area stand upon.

Real Estate Listings in Ekota Neighbourhood

1 Property
Courtesy Of Terry Demers Of Maxwell Polaris
$359,888
Subdivision: Ekota
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,069
Sq.Ft.
1976
Year Built
38
Days on Site
E4262849
MLS ®
This newly renovated home is a solid, family home in a great family-friendly community; close to buses, shops and schools, and public transport. There's an enchanting garden with strawberries,...

Ekota Community Amenities & Features:

For outdoor enthusiasts, Ekota provides many recreational options. Ekota Park has open field and sporting pitches, as well as playgrounds and trails. It is also the site of the Knotwood Community League and the Ekota Rink Shack. This league organizes a number of events and activities for residents throughout the year, and these include things like heritage walks, community beautification, game nights, and seasonal festivals. The league is also deeply committed to preserving Cree traditions and invites the inhabitants of Ekota to share in the history of the area.

Father Ivor Daniel Park is located on the southern edge of Ekota and also has sporting field and a large playground. This park shares space with St. Clement School, which provides elementary through high school grade education for the area, and sporting matches in for school leagues are often attended by the entire community as a way of entertainment.

Ekota offers residents a richly cultural neighborhood with a rural feel. Modern amenities like public transportation, shopping, and good school systems are also benefits for the people who live here. This community is an ideal blend of diversity that celebrates and honors the history of the land.