Houses For Sale in Leduc, AB & Area

The city of Leduc is located south of Edmonton, AB minutes from the Edmonton International Airport. Leduc is made up of a number of communities and areas listed below:

Homes For Sale In Leduc Area Communities - Leduc, AB

Properties in Leduc

The Leduc area is located just to the south of the Edmonton city limits, and consists of rural, residential, and industrial environments that cover around 40 square kilometers of area. The expansion and growth of this area is a strong contrast to the humble beginnings of Leduc, which was initially the westernmost telegraph station from Winnipeg. The legend behind the naming of the area is that it is after the first person who entered this station in 1876 was the French priest, Hippolyte Leduc.

Current Leduc Real Estate Statistics

Current Total Listings: 280
Current Average Price: $357,225
Current Highest Listing Price: $1,100,000
Current Lowest Listing Price: $73,500

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More About Buying A Home In Leduc, AB:

Historically, Leduc began expansion in the 1880’s, as it was homesteaded by Robert Taylor Townsend, who went on to become the first postmaster of the village. As Alberta became a province in the early 1900’s, Leduc became incorporated as a town. This was especially encouraged as the Canadian Pacific Railway extended service through the area, and is still noticeable today as Leduc is a hub for public transportation in and out of Edmonton.

Over the next 80 years, Leduc grew from a stop-over and trading post into a vibrant economic municipality, fueled greatly by the natural resources, including oil, which were exported from the area. In 1983, Leduc gained incorporation as a city, and the region continues to see population and fiscal growth into this millennium. Within the area, residential communities continue to embrace the expanding frontier spirit, melding modern amenities with historical feel. Communities within the Leduc area include Alexandra Park, Bridgeport, Caledonia, Central Business District, Corinthia Park, Deer Valley, Lakeside Estates, Leduc Estates, Meadowview Park, North Telford, Robinson, South Park, South Telford, Southfork, Suntree, Tribute, West Haven Estates, Willow Park Estates, Willow Park, and Windrose. Each of these communities offer special sights and benefits to residents, but also combine to create the greater culture of the Leduc area.

With a rich history and a strong cultural base, Leduc offers residents community pride, economic diversity, and recreational and outdoor leisure benefits. This area is home to the Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts, Leduc Civic Centre, and the Centennial Gardens, all of which provide culture, entertainment, and activities for residents and visitors alike. While Edmonton is only 10 kilometers north of Leduc, many residents find that their lifestyle is rich and rewarding within the area limits.

Residents of this area have a median income around $80,000 per year and find employment in a number of professions, such as retail, medical work, finances, and education. Trades are also strong for employment in this area, drawing upon the history of Leduc as a farming community, and occupations in agriculture and forestry are also high. Although a number of professionals will commute to Edmonton, much of Leduc’s economy is reinforced from within, with nearly 40% of residents employed within the area limits.

Leduc offers a variety of pursuits and continues to grow through municipal and community endeavors. As a transportation hub, the area entertains a continual flux of individuals, but also provides an appropriate home base for residents to have access to the rest of the province. Communities within this area are designed to integrate people, while still maintaining a cohesiveness that is singular to the Leduc area.

Listing information last updated on July 15th, 2019 at 12:31pm MDT.