Lauderdale Houses For Sale - Edmonton, AB
The Lauderdale neighborhood occupies a quadrant of about one square kilometer along the south east edge of the Northwest Edmonton area. This community was once land that was a part of the Grand Trunk Railway Line, and was developed as residential housing and recreation space during the 1950’s. After the initial development, this established subdivision has remained relatively stable, and many of the homes for sale in Lauderdale feature older construction and modern colonial design.
Single family homes make up much of the Lauderdale residential area, while some duplexes are also available. These structures have well portioned lots and are afforded a fair amount of seclusion with the use of natural landscaping. Part of the design plan for the Lauderdale area was to give residents a pleasant living space that invited recreation and community integration.
One of the most prominent features in this section is Grand Trunk Park and Grand Trunk Dog Park, which occupy much of the western side of Lauderdale. This space has walking and cycling trails, tennis courts, sports pitches, and playgrounds. It is also where the Grand Trunk Arena is found, and this provides a spot for skating and sporting tournaments with local leagues.
Parents will find the educational system in Lauderdale is well ranked. The Lauderdale School is centrally located within the residential arrangement, and Ecole Pere-Lacombe sits just to the north west. These facilities have classes for a range of ages, while Kids Note Music School gives extracurricular performing arts lessons.
Lauderdale connects with other communities and the downtown section by way of bus routes across the neighborhood. Driving commuters can also use Yellowhead Trail to the south.