Eastwood Homes For Sale

Learn more about Eastwood Homes for Sale by browsing the Edmonton MLS listings.  To see all area homes for sale, click Edmonton MLS Listings. To view homes in the Eastwood Subdivision, contact the Haven Real Estate Team.

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Eastwood was partitioned into parts as early as 1906. By 1910, a streetcar line connected Edmonton and the community of North Edmonton, spanning from 95 Street to 118 Avenue. The eastern portions of Eastwood were partitioned in 1910 and 1913, and the development of neighbourhoods along the line, such as Eastwood, was popular.

A number of homes and businesses were built along the streetcar route and important highways during the time of World War I. Eastwood's growth stalled as Edmonton's pre-war land boom halted, and many plots remained undeveloped for years. By the 1950s, the majority of the original construction had been completed.

Since then, the renovation has taken place as older structures have been demolished and replaced. Prior to the incorporation of the Village of North Edmonton in 1912, Eastwood was part of Edmonton's eastern boundary, and its name was likely derived as a descriptive position.

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