Rio Terrace Homes for Sale - Edmonton

To the south of the greater Jasper Place area, the upscale community of Rio Terrace is one of the older and more desirable developments of the area. Houses for sale in this neighborhood include structures that were mostly built in the 1960's but some newer construction is also available. The residential area is mostly made of executive style single family homes, and with the Saskatchewan River to the south, many of the dwellings afford water front properties and views.

Real Estate Listings in Rio Terrace Neighbourhood

1 Property
Courtesy Of Ian West Of Maxwell Progressive
Subdivision: Rio Terrace
Year Built
Days on Site
Modern Scandinavian-inspired bungalow built by one of Edmonton's most established custom infill builders. Spacious 2000ft2 floor plan with thoughtful touches of white oak and cedar, attached garage...

Rio Terrace Community Amenities & Features:

Rio Terrace is next to the Whitemud ravine making access to the river valley trail system a breeze. Residents of Rio Terrace benefit from the walking and biking trails that connect their community to the rest of the city without the use of a car.

This pedestrian friendly area allows neighbors to connect with one another by way of local roads. Commuters have access to Whitemud Drive to the north, and bus stops along 76th Avenue let inhabitants get to shopping in the adjoining neighborhoods. This section of Jasper Place is also very family oriented, and Die Kleine Kinderschule has pre-school classes, while Westend Community Playschool offers daycare. Rio Terrace School is centrally located for elementary education and nearby Laurier Heights School gives classes for older children, with bus access to the facilities.

This established subdivision is a quiet and peaceful living space that is considered safe and strongly integrated. The Rio Terrace Community League not only hosts events for residents to connect and enjoy themselves, but also encourages activity for neighborhood progress. Swimming, skating, and tennis are all a part of the public services that are offered by the league.

Residents of Rio Terrace are still only seven kilometers from downtown Edmonton, but may feel as though they are a world apart. The rural atmosphere of this community is a strong draw for families and professionals who are not at home with urban living.