Homes For Sale In Potter Greens Community - Edmonton, AB

Properties in Potter Greens

The Potter Greens community is one on the best established residential areas in the greater Lewis Estates area. This section began construction shortly after the plan approval in the 1990's. Although development is ongoing, this area is largely in place with a well set street plan and many amenities already founded. This sector leans towards smaller local roads among the dwelling structures with the larger thoroughfares of Proctor Wynd and Picard Dive forming a circle around the main park.

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Subdivision: Potter Greens
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Potter Greens Community - Edmonton, AB:

Many loop roads and cul-de-sacs are present among the homes and this creates a peaceful and quiet environment for living.

Homes for sale in Potter Greens are mainly single family residences, although townhouses and duplexes are also a part of the neighborhood landscape. Walking trails cross the area to allow pedestrians to have safe access between homes and adjacent communities. Potter Greens Park features playgrounds, sporting pitches and a skating rink, and is designated for the construction of an area school. Presently, parents will find nearby Winterburn School offers classes for a number of ages, while locally situated Sunny View Child Development Centre teaches pre-school and head-start programs.

Bus stops are positioned both within the residential space and along the border roads, to give inhabitants good access to public transportation. A current proposal hopes to see a new LRT station to the north east of the living space, and this transit centre will offer greater travel options throughout the suburbs. Residents of Potter Greens can get to nearby shopping to the south, across Whitemud Drive, or with a short trip to the West Edmonton Mall.