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Hazeldean is a residential community and suburb in southeast Edmonton. Hazeldean is located to the west of Mill Creek Ravine, and to the east of Strathcona Junction. From the northwest to the southeast, Hazeldean is surrounded by light-industrial areas, while the neighbourhood itself incorporates mature bungalows and cottages along tree-lined streets. Read more about Hazeldean below.
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Hazeldean Community Information
Hazeldean is located in southeast Edmonton, approximately 10 minutes south of the downtown area. Hazeldean is bordered by Rosedale Industrial to the south, CPR Irvine to the west, Ritchie to the north, and Argyll to the east.
The southern boundary of Hazeldean is marked by 63 Avenue, the western boundary is marked by 99 Street, the northern boundary by 72 Avenue, and the eastern boundary by Mill Creek Ravine.
A wide multi-use trail bisects the middle of Hazeldean, connecting Mill Creek Ravine and 99 Street.
Hazeldean Real Estate
Most of Hazeldean's housing stock dates back to the 1940s and 1950s. These mature homes reflect the typical style of the time in bungalow and cottage designs. Details include vinyl siding, exterior shutters, split-level layouts, and low-hipped roofs.
The vast majority of homes in Hazeldean are single-family dwellings, occupying spacious lots with generous setbacks, back-alley access, and rear sheds or garages. The main streets can be somewhat narrow, but they are lined with mature trees and freshly laid double-sidewalks.
Southwoods Court is a large townhouse and apartment complex in the southeast portion of Hazeldean.
The location, amenities, and affordability of the area have led to a recent rise in modern infill housing. These homes follow contemporary new-traditional design ideas, and tend to be much larger than the surrounding homes. They can be easily recognized by their many-gabled facades, dark colours, and double-storey layout. Very often these homes are quite tall and narrow, as two are built to each older lot.
Overall, the neighbourhood of Hazeldean in Edmonton offers a quiet atmosphere in a low-density suburban setting, with a host of parks and greenspaces within walking distance, and larger city attractions within a convenient commute.
Hazeldean Amenities & Attraction
Hazeldean has a number of excellent amenities. To begin with, near the intersection of 97 Street and 66 Avenue, you'll find a community-oriented complex that includes Hazeldean School, Hazeldean Park, and the Hazeldean Community League. Hazeldean Park includes a large playscape that is excellent for young kids. The Community League was established in 1955 and remains active in the community.
Across from these community services are some businesses, including a drug store, bakery, and the Time Out Pub.
Another attraction for Hazeldean residents is the central greenbelt. This path was once a rail line but has since been repurposed into a multi-use trail and park system. The trail connects to Mill Creek Ravine in the east, beyond which is Argyll Park, which includes 5 ball fields, a soccer pitch, velodrome, BMX track, and playground.
Hazeldean has a few more businesses dotted around its perimeter. The area is particularly good for the variety of eateries and restaurants, like Burger Baron, Barb & Ernie's Old Country Inn, Huma Mexican Comfort, and Bauernschmaus (a German restaurant).
And don't forget that Hazeldean is within a convenient distance of other nearby attractions, like Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre, 82 Avenue, the North Saskatchewan River Valley, and downtown Edmonton.
Hazeldean has schools in both the Edmonton Public School System and the Edmonton Catholic School System.
There is Hazeldean Elementary School for the former, and J.H. Picard School for the latter.
Other nearby schools are École Joseph-Moreau, Mill Creek Elementary School, W.P. Wagner High School, Allendale School, Strathcona High School, Mount Pleasant Elementary School.
Hazeldean is also approximately 10 minutes southeast of The University of Alberta.