Highly desirable neighbourhood with beautiful lots and mature trees

One of the oldest neighbourhoods in St. Albert

Sturgeon Heights is located on the lower east side of the city but feels very central due to it’s proximity to downtown and the river. It also borders St. Albert trail which is the main commuting route of the city, making Sturgeon Heights a prime location for those who have to make their way into Edmonton frequently.

There are two schools and two green spaces located in the neighbourhood but it’s proximity to Forest Lawn and the Braeside means that there is more to offer just steps away.

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Sturgeon Heights Statistics

Home Pricing

Average: $344k

*Based on detached single family home

Type of homes:

Single detached homes
Apartments
Condos
Townhouses

Parks & Recreation:

Some green space, parks and playgrounds

Close proximity to the Ravines of Forest Lawn and the walking trails of Braeside and the Sturgeon River

Transit:

St. Albert Transit (StAT) services the area with weekday local routes, access to weekday commuter routes to Edmonton, and Dial A Bus.

Year Developed:

1950s

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