Crestwood

The Crestwood neighbourhood was developed in the early 1950s. While it was initially known as the Jasper Place and Capital Hill subdivisions, City Council allowed the local community to choose and vote on the new neighbourhood name. The North Saskatchewan River Valley is a prominent feature for the residents of Crestwood. A view of the river valley is possible on the north, east and south sides of the neighbourhood. Crestwood also features many community facilities including neighbourhood shopping centres, churches, schools, a community league, an arena, and a curling club. Isabelle Connelly Park is named in honour of the first licensed lady embalmer in Alberta. 149th Avenue, runs the western length of the neighbourhood, and provides access to Stony Plain Road to the north and Whitemud Drive to the south. Residential structures in Crestwood are almost entirely single-detached dwellings built in the 1950s and earlier. There are also a few semi-detached homes in the neighbourhood as well as some low rise apartment buildings. Infill has been a slow and steady process in Crestwood, and new homes have been added to replace older ones fairly continuously across the decades.

Crestwood

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Listing information last updated on December 11th, 2017 at 12:32pm CST.