St. Albert Homes for Sale

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More about St. Albert Alberta

St. Albert is a city in Alberta on the Sturgeon River just northwest of Edmonton. It is the second-largest city in the Edmonton Metro area and became a city back in 1904. It first received accolades when it was reached by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1906 but was originally separated from Edmonton by miles of farmland. When Edmonton's order expanded in the 1980s, St. Albert was immediately adjacent to the larger city on the south and eastern borders.

St. Albert is known for the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park featuring two historic grain elevators both constructed in the early 20th century. These historical landmarks are heritage buildings and sites constantly under restoration throughout the city. In 2009, the city approved a multistage plan for these heritage sites featuring the restoration of the grain elevators and an opening of both a Metis and French Canadian farm on adjacent lots by the river. (St. Albert was originally founded in 1816 as a Metis settlement (a population of mixed indigenous and Euro-American ancestry primarily around the Red and Saskatchewan Rivers)

Things to do in St. Albert

From public art galleries to a children's theatre group, movie backdrops and a rich art scene, St. Albert is known for a variety of culture, festivals, and events each year. The northern Alberta international children's Festival is one of the longest running children's festivals in North America attracting over 40,000 participants in May.

The Kinsman Rainmaker Rodeo is also a popular event and nearly 6000 participants come to St. Albert each year to enjoy Rock'n August, a five day rock 'n' roll music Festival. Other annual events include the Rotary music Festival, jazz festivals, and a Harvest Festival at the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park. This is just a small segment of the area's rich history, arts and culture, festivals and entertainment. There's always something to do in St. Albert drawing folks not only from the Edmonton Metro area but surrounding communities and counties.

The Servus Credit Union Place, a multipurpose leisure centre was built in 2006 featuring an aquatic facility, kids play areas, soccer fields, sports courts, running tracks, exercise rooms, and meeting areas. There are several ice hockey arenas, leagues, and football teams as well as cross-country skiing along the Sturgeon River each year.

St. Albert Schools

St. Albert has its own public school district serving over 6000 schools as well as the Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools operating 17 schools and 7600 students. It's also home to two schools from the North Central Francophone School Board in addition to continuing education for adults.

St. Albert has indeed become a premier destination for those moving to the Edmonton Metro area. If you'd like more information about St. Albert homes for sale and real estate listings, browse active properties on this website or simply contact our office at any time to schedule a showing, a virtual tour, or for similar properties in the area.

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