Houses For Sale In Old Riverbend

The Old Riverbend area in Edmonton, AB contains a variety of homes in the following communities and locations: 

Homes For Sale In Old Riverbend Area - Edmonton, AB

Properties in Old Riverbend

Old Riverbend is an historic suburb of Edmonton and is located along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River to the west of Whitemud Creek Ravine. This is situated in southwest Edmonton and is an attraction for both residents and visitors. Old Riverbend is the site of many historically important locations, such as the Ottwell Homestead, Mellon Farm, and the original site of Old Fort Edmonton.

Current Old Riverbend Real Estate Statistics

Current Total Listings: 148
Current Average Price: $620,814
Current Highest Listing Price: $4,795,000
Current Lowest Listing Price: $127,000

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The Crown Jewel. An Unparalleled Masterpiece. C...

Photo of Listing #E4156891
Courtesy Of Ron Dickson Of Sotheby's International Realty Canada


  • 7 Beds
  • 10 Baths
  • 8,327 SqFt
  • 1.03 Acres

Single Family

Edmonton, AB

MLS® #E4156891

The Crown Jewel. An Unparalleled Masterpiece. Celebrating The Finest Estate Of Edmonton’s Luxury ...

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

The north end of Old Riverbend is where the Hudson Bay Company created its stronghold on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River in the late 1700's. This was done to establish trading rights throughout the area and to maintain hold over the commerce heading into western Canada. In the early 1800's the fort was initially destroyed due to heavy flooding and was soon rebuilt on slightly higher grounds.

In the early 1900's Edmonton had established its capitol inland and to the east, and Old Fort Edmonton fell into disrepair. The structure was dismantled, but the thriving communities of Old Riverbend had already been established with the influx of trade.

Communities within the Old Riverbend area include Brander Gardens, Brookside, Bulyea Heights, Carter Crest, Falconer Heights, Hodgson, Leger, Ogilvie Ridge, Ramsay Heights, and Rhatigan Ridge. Many of these areas can trace their initial settlement back to the early 1800's and residents in these neighborhoods are proud of their location in the history of Canada.

Presently, the communities within Old Riverbend are thriving as any families and professionals who have business in the city continue moving toward the area. Many of the homes in these areas have been rebuilt, refurbished, or are simply new additions to the neighborhood. This provides residents with the convenience of modern living in an historic context.

As many areas in Old Riverbend are bordered by natural structures and major thoroughfares, the development within this area can only expand so far. This is quite attractive to many residents as it means that communities will be able to maintain a small village feel and neighbors can have familiarity with one another. The communities of Old Riverbend are not only proud of their history, but also highly protective of their future. Community Leagues within these areas are dedicated to always bettering the environment and the quality of life. This means that these areas are highly desirable to live in and nearly guaranteed to stay that way.

Old Riverbend is a wonderful place to raise family. Children in these neighborhoods are not only well versed in local history, but also mindful of stewardship to this heritage. Many areas cater not only to high quality education, but also high quality extracurricular endeavors. Some of the schools in the area include George H. Luck School, Brookview Montessori and St. Monica School.

The Old Riverbend district is certainly filled with history and a variety of things to do, but it is also filled with life as these communities come together to create an identity. This means that residents will benefit from the close bonds they make with others and from the safety and good character of the area. These neighborhoods are alive with culture and dedicated to maintaining a strong and healthy lifestyle.

Listing information last updated on July 19th, 2019 at 7:01am MDT.