Kirkness Houses for Sale - Edmonton
Part of northeast Edmonton’s Clareview area, Kirkness gets its name from James Kirkness, a Hudson’s Bay Company employee who came from Scotland and settled in Edmonton in 1866. Construction in the neighbourhood began in the 1970s but most residential development occurred in the 80s and consisted primarily of single-detached homes and low-rise apartment buildings. Duplexes and row houses are also fairly common with some residences being newer infill. Kirkness offers plenty of greenspace and outdoor recreation with Kirkness Park, spanning almost the community’s entire width, and James A. Christianson Park in the southwest.
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Kirkness Amenities & Schools
Kirkness is represented by Hairsine Community League which maintains a community hall and outdoor rink at 31st Street and 139th Avenue. The majority of the community’s education and recreation facilities are located in the northern part of the neighbourhood. Kirkness is served by the Edmonton Public School Board: Kirkness School for grades K-6, John D. Bracco School for grades 7-9, and Eastglen School for grades 10-12. The community is represented by the councillor for Ward Dene, formerly Ward 4, on Edmonton City Council.