Homes For Sale In Sherbrooke Community - Edmonton, AB

Properties in Sherbrooke

The neighborhood of Sherbrooke is essentially the mirror twin of abutting Dovercourt within the greater Westmount area. This community is south of Yellowhead Trail with the diagonal roadway of St. Albert Trail as the western border and the separation from Dovercourt. Like its sibling, Sherbrooke was incorporated into Edmonton in the early 1900's but remained mostly farmlands until the middle of the century.
3 Properties
Courtesy Of Calvin Hexter Of Exp Realty
$319,900
Subdivision: Sherbrooke
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,065
Sq.Ft.
1953
Year Built
4
Days on Site
E4229935
MLS ®
Welcome to the Wonderful community of Sherbrooke! A location that offers you a family vibe, with great schools and the convenance to all the important amenities! Quick and convenient access to...
Courtesy Of Sal Haji Of Maxwell Polaris
$359,900
Subdivision: Sherbrooke
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,341
Sq.Ft.
1953
Year Built
18
Days on Site
E4228311
MLS ®
FANTASTIC CHARACTER HOME IN SHERBROOKE! Located centrally with quick access to the Yellowhead and Downtown only a short drive away... This 1.5 storey, 4 bedroom home has had a lot of work done...
Courtesy Of Elizabeth Cwik Of Century 21 Masters
$398,000
Subdivision: Sherbrooke
7,222
Sq.Ft. Lot
234
Days on Site
E4205635
MLS ®
Attention Investors & Developers! great opportunity for infill or private builders. Two infill lots for single family houses or duplex. Asking price is $199,000 per lot. Large corner lot 57ft. (17....

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

Sherbrooke also does not have an official central park, although the curvature of the street plan does use open and common lands as part of the overall design feature. This makes for a friendly atmosphere that is also quite pedestrian friendly.

Homes for sale in Sherbrooke enjoy fairly large lot sizes, and the use of trees and natural landscaping lends residences a greater sense of seclusion and peacefulness. Houses are mostly single family structures, with some duplexes. Another effort to keep this largely residential neighborhood more restful is evidences in bus stops only along the crescent of Sherbrooke Avenue and the border roads. Residents still find the access to public transportation quite good, as this is a smaller community.

Parents in Sherbrooke have good choices for education for children. Edmonton Catholic Schools serve much of the greater Westmount district and St. Pius X School is found to the eastern side of the development. The community lands that are located in the central square let inhabitants enjoy outdoor recreations and leisure time, with skating rinks, walking trails, and playgrounds. Sherbrooke Community League is also highly active and sponsors neighborhood events throughout the year.