Argyll Homes for Sale
Argyll is located between Hazeldean and Avonmore south of the Mill Creek Ravine along 63 Avenue in the east portion of the south Edmonton next to the Argyll Park and Cornet industrial Area. Per square foot, house prices in Argyll are higher than the average Edmonton house price due to the location, lot sizes and proximity to the downtown core. Argyll is a predominantly single-family residential area with the vast majority of houses built after World War II between 1946 and 1960.
This community was originally called Edmonton City Heights, but it was renamed Argyll in honour of Sir Douglas Sutherland Campbell, who was the ninth Duke of Argyll and Marquess of Lorne. Most homes in Argyll are owner-occupied. Real Estate in Argyll remained substantially undeveloped until it was re-plotted and developed in 1950 with detached houses, located between two branches of the Mill Creek Ravine and terminating at Argyll Road. The vast majority of houses were developed just after World War II between 1946 and 1960.