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Homes For Sale in Twin Brooks Edmonton
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- $300,000 - $400,000
- $400,000 - $500,000
- $500,000 - $600,000
- $600,000 - $700,000
- $700,000 - $800,000
- $900,000 - $1,000,000
- Over $1,000,000
About Twin Brooks Homes For Sale
The serene location of Twin Brooks is bordered almost entirely by some of Edmonton’s most beautiful river valley, only accessible by 111 Street at its east, and partially by 119 Street at its west, making it one of the most private neighbourhoods on Edmonton’s southwest end. Blackmud Creek runs at a diagonal along its eastern side, and Whitemud Creek runs along it’s western edge, giving the neighbourhood its name: Twin Brooks.
Twin Brooks Schools
George P. Nicholson School (Elementary, K-6)
1120 113 St NW
D.S. MacKenzie School (Junior High, 7-9)
4020 106 St NW
Harry Ainlay School (High School, 10-12)
4350 111 Street NW
St. Augustine (Pre-K, Elementary)
3808 106 St NW
St. Teressa (Elementary, K-6)
11350 25 Ave NW
Louis St. Laurent (Junior High, High School, 7-12)
11230 43 Ave NW
Surrounding 111 Street within the community of Twin Brooks are several businesses including, Tim Hortons, an ESSO Gas Station, Awake Coffee House, and Twin Brooks Pharmacy.
Heading north for a few minutes along 111 Street is Century Park. Not only is this the location of the Century Park LRT and Transit Station and the Park and Ride, but also a commercial area where one can access restaurants like Brewsters, Starbucks, Spring Roll Kitchen, and Bistecca Italian Steakhouse & Winebar. There is also a Liquor Depot, TD Canada Trust, Rexall, Century Park Dental, Safeway, Spa Lady, and a medical imaging clinic.
Across from Century Park, Heritage Village is the first among a row of commercial hubs. This commercial row includes Heritage Square, Heritage Links and Heritage Lane. Within these complexes of convenience are a huge variety of restaurants including Boston Pizza, Bogani Café, Good Buddy Chinese, and MacDonald’s, Pipers Pub & Pizza, Good Taste Chinese Szechuan Cuisine, Panago Pizza, Tutti Fruiti Breakfast & Lunch, Dream Tea House, Subway, Little Caesars Pizza, Seasons Hot, Subway, Taiwan Bubble Tea, Panda Hut Express, Tokyo Express, and Pizza 73. With so many options, residents of Twin Brooks don’t have to look far to find something suitable for either on-the-go or eat-in dining experiences. There is also a selection of shopping and services including a Liquor Barn, Sobeys, H&R Block, Heritage Vision Care, The UPS Store, Vo’s Nails, Shoppers Drug Mart, Kicks Sports, Dollar N Plus, Heritage Animal Clinic, Fountain Tire, M&M Food Market, Money Mart, DynaLIFEDX Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Art Nails & Spa, Supercuts, Pet Planet, Cheap Smokes & Cigars, Page The Cleaner, Volume Salons, Sweet Momma Spa, Northern Lung Function, 3J Filipino Variety Store and Services, Sonia’s Runway, Shoppers Simply Pharmacy, Kick Hair & Body, and BMO Bank of Montreal.
Following 23rd Ave to the east will take residents of Twin Brooks to both Calgary Trail South, a huge corridor of shopping and restaurants that stretches all the way to Whyte Avenue (82nd Ave NW), as well as South Edmonton Common, one of the largest open-air retail complexes of shopping, dining, and entertainment in North America.
For a complete list of amenities that can be found in South Edmonton Common, please visit: http://www.southedmontoncommon.com
The businesses in the area are not limited to those listed above.
Located along 111 Street from Twin Brooks are the Kinsman Twin Arenas and the William Lutsky Family YMCA, which is complete with full gym, pool, summer camps, and programs.
The Blackmud Creek Ravine and Whitemud Creek Ravine border Twin Brooks, and residents will find several serene nature trails for hiking, biking, or just walking the dog. MacTaggart Sanctuary Trail Loop is a large and unspoiled nature trail winding along the centre of Whitemud Creek Ravine, a perfect spot for animal and bird watching! Many of these trails are accessible within walking distance of the community.
A private lake is tucked into the community of Twin Brooks and many of the residents of this southwest Edmonton community back onto it. Along with the lake is a large sports field where George P. Nicholson School is located. There is also a large outdoor skating rink in Twin Brooks.
Twin Brooks gives its residents access to a community garden! This is a beautiful spot to plant something. This community garden run by the Twin Brooks Community League.
For more information on community programs and events, please visit:
The Anthony Henday borders the community of Twin Brooks to the south, and is easily accessible by 111 St NW, which is located at the eastern end of the neighbourhood. Calgary Trail/Gateway Boulevard is also accessible within minutes by the Anthony Henday.
Residents of Twin Brooks will enjoy the convenience of living so close to the Century Park LRT and Transit Centre. There are also very established and efficient bus routs in the area that can bring residents of this lovely southwest Edmonton community to the transit centre.
For more information of specific bus routes, please visit: http://etstripplanner.edmonton.ca/PlanYourTrip.aspx
I hope you have found this information helpful and relevant to your home search. If there is anything else you would like to know about Twin Brooks or homes in the area, please feel free to contact us, we’d be happy to assist you in any way we can.
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