King Edward Park Real Estate Listings and Information
The King Edward Park neighbourhood is bounded on the north by 82nd Avenue, a major arterial; the southern boundary, 76th Avenue, is a collector roadway. A portion of the land in King Edward Park was being farmed as early as the 1870s by James Inkster, who sold most of his land in 1909. The neighbourhood’s development history is reflected in Edmonton’s pattern of growth. The land west of 91st Street was annexed by the City of Strathcona in 1907 and was later absorbed by Edmonton through the amalgamation of the two cities in 1912. The structures at the western end of King Edward Park are generally the oldest in the neighbourhood.
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