Midland / North Drumheller Real Estate Listings and Information
On the northern edge of the Red Deer River lies Midland Average. Surrounded with walking and biking trails, nestled next to Midland Provincial Park, and only a short drive from the Royal Tyrrell Museum, Midland Average is another strong community for real estate.
The North Dinosaur Trail divides Midland into upper and lower subdivisions. Upper Midland features homes with compatible architectural styles, many built within the last 40 years. House sizes typically span between 800 and 1300 sq. ft. and have a mix of front and rear garages. Homes in this area are built on a gentle slope overlooking Lower Midland and the Red Deer River and are backed by Drumheller’s famous sandstone hills.
On the other side of North Dinosaur Trail, Lower Midland sprawls out towards the river. This quiet, well-kept community is a naturalist’s paradise, filled with mature trees, trails leading to the river, and scenic views of the train bridge and grassy hills across the water. From the trails of Lower Midland, a stroll in either direction will lead you to the Royal Tyrrell Museum or to downtown Drumheller.
One of the more exclusive communities in Drumheller, found within Lower Midland, is Marshall Estates, which enjoys one of the highest average selling prices in town. Ranging in from 1100 to 3000 sq. ft., and situated on lots of considerable size, homes in Marshall Estates are ideal for family living. Houses here have front-facing garages and no alley access, and the beautiful stonework of the home exteriors can be seen from North Dinosaur Trail.