Windsor Park Homes for Sale in Edmonton

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Windsor Park, AB.

Windsor Park is a neighbourhood situated in south-central Edmonton. It offers one of the best locations in Edmonton, with residents having access to the University of Alberta, Capital City Recreation Park system, breathtaking views of the river valley and parks with plenty of green space. The vibrant community of Windsor Park is perfect for university students and those who prefer to be close to the bustle of the city while maintaining easy access to recreational amenities. Homes for sale in the neighbourhood are predominantly single-family houses that feature spacious lots and beautiful landscaping. In terms of amenities, a few businesses are located along 87 Avenue. Whyte Avenue is only a few blocks away and features trendy restaurants, a Safeway, Shoppers Drug Mart, banking services and plenty of other retail stores and services. The community has 13 bus stops that provide convenient access to public transport, and Downtown is only a few minutes' drive via Groat Road.

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Windsor Park History

The land that is now Windsor Park was surveyed in 1882 as River Lot 3 and the adjacent University of Alberta was surveyed as River Lot 5. In 1910, the owner of the land title was John McFadden who later sold the estate to Magrath Hart & Company who then subdivided the land and resold it to real estate developers in 1911. However, even after the subdivision, most Windsor Park residences were built during the 1940s and 1950s. 

In 1955, Groat Road was constructed to provide easy access to Edmonton. Windsor Park is bounded by the University of Alberta to the east, south by University Avenue, north by the North Saskatchewan River Valley and west by Saskatchewan Drive.

Windsor Park Recreational Activities

There's plenty of recreational activities that are available in the Windsor Park area thanks to the community's proximity to the river valley. There are two parks within the neighbourhood: Edinboro Park and Windsor Park playground. Edinboro Park is a nice little park with benches and trees and a quiet space where you can bask in the sun or take a nap. Windsor Park playground features more amenities maintained by the Windsor Park Community League. These include a basketball court, a gazebo, picnic tables, a swing and a sledding hill.

Just outside the neighbourhood to the north, Emily Murphy Park offers more green space and recreational amenities. These include a playground, walking trails that extend through the banks of the river, tobogganing hill, picnic areas, BBQ, fire pits and a boat launch where you can launch your kayak or canoe and explore the river.

Hawrelak Park is a big park situated to the west, just across Groat Road. The 68-hectare park features a lake, picnic sites, and wildlife such as ducks and geese. During winter, the park offers 2 skating rinks and cross-country skiing trails. There's also an amphitheatre that hosts several events and plays. The Heritage Cultural Festival is hosted here annually and is usually packed with people who come to experience different cultures, food, entertainment and a whole lot more.

Royal Mayfair Golf Club

Situated within walking distance and ranked 57th in Canada, the Royal Mayfair Golf course is the best place to hang out for golf enthusiasts living in Windsor Park. Their fairways and green are always maintained to retain the best shape possible. This is evident as the golf club is home to several major professional championships and has previously hosted the Canadian Open and the Canadian Women's Open.

The club also has a restaurant that offers some of the best dining experiences. You can have a snack before or after a round of golf and socialize with other golfers or friends on their patio, which overlooks their spectacular golf course.

Whyte Avenue

You cannot live in Windsor Park and not explore the nearby Whyte Avenue, considered the cultural centre of Edmonton. The Whyte Avenue area is famous for its heritage buildings and homes, vibrant nightlife, trendy restaurants and bars, unique boutiques and a whole lot more.

Best restaurants around Windsor Park

The Next Act is one of the most popular pubs along Whyte Avenue. They sell local craft beer, award-winning burgers and other delicious dishes. It’s also a great place to enjoy weekend brunch on their outdoor patio.

Earls Kitchen + Bar is a university area restaurant serving gourmet burgers, comfort food, beers, cocktails, and wine & beers, all of which can be enjoyed on their outdoor patio.

Cafe Mosaics is one of the few places that cater to health-conscious eaters by offering healthy and delicious food. They sell delicacies such as huevos rancheros, Eggs Benny, kale salad and a whole lot more.

Julio's Barrio Mexican Restaurant is the go-to place if you want to taste the best Mexican dishes. Favourites in their menu include Bull Dog, fried ice cream, mojitos and slushies.

Windsor Park House Prices 

The average price for houses in Windsor Park is 1.5 million. However, you can find budget range houses costing around $525,000. At the high-end, you can find houses as high as 5 million dollars.

Windsor Park Schools

Windsor Park School (k-6) is the only school situated within the neighbourhood. Other nearby schools include Garneau School (k-6), Belgravia School (k-6), McKernan School (k-9), Strathcona High School, Academy at King Edward High School, Mill Creek Elementary School, Old Scona Academic High School and Parkallen School (k-6).