CLAREVIEW, NE EDMONTON
Considering buying a home in Northeast Edmonton? Clareview is a great option for the diversity of housing options as well as proximity to amenities, transit connections and the river valley. Explore Clareview's neighbourhoods:
Bannerman is a charming community with a home for everyone! Part of the Clareview communities, Bannerman experienced much of its residential development in the 1970s with the majority completed in the 1980s.
Almost half of Bannerman’s homes are single-family residences and the remainder is made up of row houses, duplexes, and low-rise apartments.
Overlooking the North Saskatchewan River to the east, Bannerman boasts access to the best that northeast Edmonton’s river valley has to offer. In the opposite direction, residents can enjoy various amenities, including Clareview Town Centre, the Clareview Community Recreation Centre, Manning Town Centre, and more. The centre of Bannerman features a large park, along with Bannerman school.
Bannerman sits in the middle of Anthony Henday Drive, Yellowhead Highway, and Manning Drive, while the Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre sit just west of Bannerman, allowing convenient access to the rest of Edmonton.
● Bannerman School
Enjoy the best that Edmonton has to offer in Belmont! Located in Edmonton’s northeast area of Clareview, Belmont features convenience, amenities, and access to Edmonton’s river valley park system.
Belmont’s residential development took place in the mid 1970s and hosts a variety of housing types. Approximately half of Belmont’s properties are single-family homes while the remainder are semi-detached homes, row houses, and low-rise apartments.
Basic amenities can be found in the northeast corner of Belmont, plus two schools are centrally located. Residents also enjoy quick access to all that Clareview has to offer, including Costco, Superstore, the Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre, and the Clareview Community Recreation Centre.
Major roadways like Manning Drive, Anthony Henday Drive, and Yellowhead Highway are all a short drive away. Kennedale Ravine marks the southern border of Belmont, which gives residents a natural oasis within city limits and provides them access to Edmonton’s serene river valley. Various pathways are also located within the neighbourhood, giving residents walking and cycling access to all that Belmont has to offer! Your ideal home awaits you in Belmont!
● Belmont School
● St Elizabeth Seton Catholic School
Whether you’re looking for a charming character home or a modern home, Fraser has it all! Located in northeast Edmonton’s Clareview area, Fraser sits on the northern bank of Edmonton’s beautiful river valley, providing residents with access to miles upon miles of trails, breathtaking views, and no shortage of recreational space.
Much of Fraser’s residential development took place in the 1970s and 80s, but the 2000s saw even more development that is still continuing today. Just over half of the residences are single-family homes, while row housing and low-rise apartments make up the remainder of homes in Fraser.
A large school and park area are located centrally in the neighbourhood and limited amenities sit on the western border of Fraser. Just a short drive down 153rd ave to the west sits Manning Town Centre, the Clareview Community Recreation Centre and neighbouring Clareview Town Centre, and the Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre.
Anthony Henday Drive sits directly east of Fraser, allowing quick access to anywhere in Edmonton or Sherwood Park. If you’re looking for the perfect home to fit your needs, quick access to various amenities, and Edmonton’s best asset, the North Saskatchewan River valley only steps from your front door, then Fraser is the community for you!
● Fraser School
Convenience is key in Hairsine! One of Clareview’s most charming and mature neighbourhoods, Hairsine’s residents enjoy peak convenience at the centre of Northeast Edmonton’s best amenities. Clareview Town Centre and the Clareview Community Recreation Centre neighbours Hairsine to the west, plus Manning Town Centre is only a short drive north and a plethora of amenities sit along Victoria Trail directly south of Hairsine.
Homes in Hairsine were built in the 1970s and 1980s and the majority of residences (approximately 70%) are low-rise apartments and row housing, with single-family homes making up the remainder of homes.
Residents enjoy a large park with plenty of outdoor space, along with multiple schools in the heart of Hairsine. Edmonton’s river valley is a short distance west, giving residents access to one of Edmonton’s most popular features.
Hairsine sits in the middle of Anthony Henday Drive, Yellowhead Highway, and Manning Drive, allowing convenient access for residents to enjoy all of Edmonton. Life is easy in Hairsine!
● St. Bonaventure Elementary School
● John D Braco School
Live on the edge in Kernohan! Bordered by Edmonton’s incredible river valley to the east and Kennedale Ravine to the south, plus a large central park and school, Kernohan provides no shortage of natural outdoor space in northeast Edmonton.
Located in the Clareview area, the majority of Kernohan’s residential development took place in the 1970s and continued on into the 80s and 90s. Single-family homes are the dominant residence type in Kernohan, with row housing, duplexes, and low-rise apartments making up the remainder of real estate.
In addition to the endless natural space only steps from Kernohan’s homes, residents also enjoy quick access to amenities like the Clareview Community Recreation Centre, Manning Town Centre, the Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre, and even more outdoor space at Hermitage Park and Rundle Park in Edmonton’s river valley.
Kernohan also sits in the middle of three major roadways—Anthony Henday Drive, Yellowhead Highway, and Manning Drive—allowing quick access to anywhere in Edmonton. If you’re looking for a community with the options of outdoor activity and city convenience, Kernohan will have your next home!
● Anne Fitzgerald Catholic School
Homes of all varieties and all the amenities you could ask for—Kirkness is one of Clareview’s top neighbourhoods!
Residential development in Kirkness began in the 1970s, but the northeast Edmonton neighbourhood continues to see residential development today, ensuring a home for those in all walks of life. Real estate is split between single-family homes and multi-family homes, including duplexes, row housing, and low-rise apartment buildings.
The northern border of Kirkness features a large park and school site, complete with baseball diamonds and plenty of outdoor space. Manning Town Centre sits directly northwest of Kirkness, providing residents with access to amenities like Cineplex, Cabela’s, popular restaurants, and more. Clareview Town Centre, Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre, and the Clareview Community Recreation Centre are all located just south of Kirkness.
Kirkness sits between Anthony Henday Drive and Manning Drive, ensuring quick and easy access to all that Edmonton has to offer. Edmonton’s incredible river valley is also only a short drive to the east. Residents have it all in Kirkness!
● Kirkness School
If you’re looking for a charming neighbourhood with amenities and plenty of natural space steps from your front door, Sifton Park is the community for you! Part of the Clareview neighbourhood in northeast Edmonton, Sifton Park’s homes were built in the late 1970s and consist of mostly low-rise apartments, row houses, and duplexes, with single-family homes making up approximately 32% of the remaining residences.
Convenience is a defining feature for Sifton Park as it borders a plethora of amenities to the west and north, including Costco, Superstore, Walmart, the Clareview LRT Station and Transit Centre, and the Clareview Community Recreation Centre, among many more. Plus, the bordering 50th street allows residents to quickly access Manning Drive, Yellowhead Highway, and Anthony Henday Drive.
Sifton Park’s southern border may be the best feature of the neighbourhood yet, though, as it allows residents access to the serenity of Kennedale Ravine, a part of Edmonton’s river valley park system. A large park is also centrally located in Sifton Park, accompanied by Sifton School. Enjoy the best of nature and convenience without leaving city limits in Sifton Park!
● Sifton School