11515 St Albert Trail Edmonton, AB T5M 3L4

Charming Bungalow in Inglewood - SOLD

OFFERED AT $300,000

A lovely little bungalow to call your own! Located in a quiet neighborhood, not on a busy road!... Read More >

A lovely little bungalow to call your own! Located in a quiet neighborhood, not on a busy road! This home’s main floor features a bright and spacious front living room with beautifully preserved original hardwood flooring. The living room opens up into a cozy dining room, perfect for family gatherings. Fully equipped galley kitchen with gleaming white cupboards, and plenty of counter space. Many different possibilities for the semi-finished basement. It features a sizable laundry room, large den and office combo, a nice sized bedroom, and a 3-piece bath. Tons of storage/closet space. This home also comes with a large fenced-in back yard and spacious deck to hang out and BBQ.  There is also a large double detached garage. One of the many great features of this home is its is walking distance to Westmount Shopping center with grocery, restaurants, banks, and many other commercial needs! Ideal home for first-time homebuyers or investors for redevelopment! 


Amenities

  • Yummy Duchess Bake shop~10 min bike ride
  • Easy biking access to downtown~18 min bike ride
  • Westmount shopping centre
  • 10 min drive to Downtown

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Inglewood is located on land that was previously owned by J. Norris Sr. and R. Logan in 1882. Norris was a Scottish-born Hudson Bay Company employee who became a wagon freighter, a saw mill operator, and a partner in a local merchandising firm, Norris and Carey. The property, which was situated on the trail between St. Albert and Edmonton, was an area favoured by First Nations communities for campsites while they did their business in the city until the 1920s.

The Inglewood area was annexed to Edmonton in two stages in 1904 and 1920. Development in the area was spurred by the extension of the electric streetcar line to Alberta (118th) Avenue via 124th Street in 1913. Street car service continued until 1948.

Inglewood developed as a low-density residential neighbourhood until the 1950s, but this began to change from the 1950s onward. By 2006, low-density residential units in Inglewood made up only 20 percent of units, while the greatest proportion on units were found in medium- and high-density residential structures.

The Westmount Shopping Centre was built in 1955 in the adjacent Woodcroft neighbourhood. Inglewood’s proximity and access to shopping and employment centres fostered apartment development along major traffic routes and commercial corridors.

The name “Inglewood” was used on a 1905 plan of the subdivision and is now applied to the neighbourhood.

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