Terwillegar Real Estate Listings
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Terwillegar Real Estate Listings
Terwillegar is an area of south-west Edmonton, surrounding the Terwillegar Drive corridor, comprised of eleven communities: Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Haddow, Henderson Estates, Leger, Ogilvie Ridge, Ramsay Heights, Rhatigan Ridge, South Terwillegar, and Terwillegar Towne. The area’s boundaries are found at the Anthony Henday Drive corridor to the south, Rabbit Hill Road and the Whitemud Creek Ravine to the east, 51 Avenue to the north, and the North Saskatchewan River valley to the west. The development timeline of the Terwillegar area has been spread over decades, with some of the earliest communities developed in the 1970s, many throughout the 80s and 90s, and some communities in the 2000s, continuing into the 2010s. The oldest communities lie to the north and west, while the newest communities are in the south and east of this area. Housing in the area is mixed, though with a large number of single-family detached homes. Other real estate in Terwillegar includes townhouses, duplexes, and low- to mid-rise condo buildings, especially around major corridors. The total population of the Terwillegar area is almost 39,000.
Terwillegar's location allows easy access to commercial and employment opportunities throughout a large part of south and west Edmonton via Whitemud Drive and the Anthony Henday Drive ring road, which open up easy access to services around Edmonton. It's also a quick commute into downtown Edmonton, to Devon, or to Nisku and the Edmonton International Airport. Residents are served by several commercial plazas within the area; one at Rabbit Hill Road west of Terwillegar Drive, another at the intersection of Rabbit Hill Road and 23 Avenue, and numerous smaller local convenience plazas. Currents at Windermere, Southgate Centre, and South Edmonton Common are also nearby.
Terwillegar Towne and South Terwillegar were the first communities in Edmonton to be planned and built on a neo-traditional design model of New Urbanism, and with this design, the main focus is on combining commercial uses with recreational areas. Roadways and housing placements were designed strategically to encourage pedestrian usage and interaction throughout the communities, particularly in the western parts of the communities, which are a higher density than the rest of the Terwillegar area. There are numerous parks and green spaces spread throughout Terwillegar, as well as lakes, ponds, and natural areas, and the area also offers a wide variety of schools and churches. The North Saskatchewan River valley and Whitemud Creek Ravine offer further recreational opportunities, and the new Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre is located centrally.
For more information on the above Terwillegar real estate listings, to schedule a showing, or to get a free detailed home evaluation, contact Michael Pavone at 780-993-7249.
Listing information last updated on September 28th, 2020 at 5:31pm CDT.