Homes for Sale in Oliver

Learn more about Oliver 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 Oliver Subdivision, contact the Haven Real Estate Team.

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Oliver is an older inner-city neighbourhood located immediately west of downtown, with the River Valley to the south and 124 Street to the west. It used to be known as Edmonton's "West End," but it was renamed after pioneer citizen Frank Oliver in the 1950s.

Oliver's growth began in the 1880s when various institutional structures were constructed.
Numerous churches, schools, and a cloister connected the General Hospital with the original Misericordia Hospital. Prior to World War I, residential construction was well established, with infill or residual plots appearing in the 1930s.

With numerous magnificent mansions and tree-lined boulevards, the southern and western portions of Oliver were one of Edmonton's most desirable residential neighbourhoods at the time. On infill plots, smaller, less elaborate homes were built, primarily in Oliver's northern section.
Although the majority of the early development was single-family residences, the area also included a number of apartment buildings.

Edmonton was experiencing a continuous era of expansion in the late 1950s, and demand for all types of housing soared. Because of its proximity to Edmonton's downtown and booming job market, Oliver became a popular location for apartment redevelopment, and many of the original single-family residences were replaced.

Today, Oliver has grown into a densely inhabited neighbourhood with a strong commercial component.

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