McKernan Homes for Sale - Edmonton
McKernan is located west of Belgravia and Queen Alexandra, south of University Avenue bounded by 109 Street and 72 Avenue. It was named after James McKernan, a local prominent businessman. McKernan Edmonton is one of our cities fastest developing communities for infill homes and modern, executive style, luxury houses. The original McKernan homes for sale were constructed in 1930-1960. Today there are several infill houses offering more living square footage only minutes from the University of Alberta, the Light Rail Transit Station and Whyte Avenue. Real estate in McKernan is a mix of real estate for an elite clientele and post-secondary students with a wide style of choices from today's modern homes to refurbished original character houses.
The original farmhouse of the McKernan family was demolished in 1940 and today, an Elementary-Junior High School now sits. Between 1913 and 1947, the McKernan Lake Streetcar, known as the Toonerville Trolley. The first condominiums were added to McKernan in the 1950s, and additional apartments were added in the sixties and seventies. Today Arden Court is the only condominium complex in McKernan. Less Expensive homes for sale can be found nearby in the greater university area.