Hazeldean Real Estate Listings and Information
Hazeldean is located on an area identified as the land holding of I. Irvine, W. Ogilvie and C. Anderson by the first river lot and township surveys of the Edmonton Settlement. In 1902, the Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Railroad line crossed from the Calgary and Edmonton Railroad line to Mill Creek Ravine where it snaked its way to Edmonton via the Low Level Bridge. The tracks have been removed but the railroad right-of-way remains as a greenbelt across the neighbourhood. Hazeldean was annexed to the City of Strathcona in 1907 and was joined with Edmonton by the 1912 amalgamation of Edmonton and Strathcona. At that time, most of the area, with the exception of a large estate owned by the Irvine family, had been subdivided using a grid street pattern. In spite of its early start, much of Hazeldean remained undeveloped until the 1950s when nearly 80% of the neighbourhood’s current structures were built.
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