9845 79 Avenue Edmonton, AB T6E 1R2

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OFFERED AT $525,000

2.5 storey and 1764 Sq. Ft exclusive home in sought-after Ritchie!! 2 MASTER bedrooms with En... Read More >

2.5 storey and 1764 Sq. Ft exclusive home in sought-after Ritchie!! 2 MASTER bedrooms with En-Suites!!!! Combine that with, 2 additional bedrooms, unique windows throughout, and this 4 bedroom home is a rare find! Gleaming hardwood floors, built-in wall cabinets, a built-in T.V stand, and a floating R/C fireplace make the living room a place to enjoy. The kitchen includes a large pantry, beautiful quartz countertops, and top-of-the-line Stainless steel Bosh appliances. Large space for a dining table, eating bar, and patio doors top off this functional kitchen and dining area! Walk out the patio door and right onto your south-facing composite deck. Super low maintenance in this backyard! This property comes with a turf lawn, meaning you’ll never need a lawnmower! Private Side Entrance door would make a great future basement suite in this location. ONLY 2 minutes walk from schools, parks, bus stop, and Whyte Ave and only 5 min drive to the University hospital & Downtown core.

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Development in Ritchie began with the arrival of the Calgary and Edmonton Railroad line in 1891 and the completion of the Edmonton, Yukon, and Pacific Rail line in 1902. Early development radiated out from a commercial area on Whyte (82nd) Avenue, now called Old Strathcona. Subsequent commercial development extended along Whyte Avenue, where a streetcar line joined Ritchie with downtown Edmonton (via 99th Street) from 1908 to 1949.

Ritchie became part of Edmonton when the City of Strathcona amalgamated with Edmonton in 1912. By that time, most of Ritchie had been subdivided using a grid street pattern. While most structures were built prior to 1950, both development and redevelopment, especially in commercial areas, has continued to the present time.

Because of its history and location, Ritchie is an area of mixed land use. It is predominantly residential (63 percent of property area) with a sizeable number of commercial and industrial properties (20 percent of property area). Single-detached homes account for just under 50 percent of all residential units in the neighbourhood, and a mixture of semi-detached dwelling, row housing and low- to medium-rise apartments make up the remainder of the units.

Ritchie residents have good access to downtown Edmonton and the Mill Creek portion of the river valley park system. In addition to the ravine, Ritchie features a series of parks that run along the central spine of the neighbourhood in conjunction with school sites. The eastern portion of Whyte Avenue runs the northern length of the neighbourhood, providing good local commercial access, and many residents are within walking distance of the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market in the adjacent Strathcona neighbourhood.

Ritchie was named for Robert Ritchie, former Mayor of the Town of Strathcona and original owner of the Ritchie Mill, which still stands as an historic site at 102nd Street and Saskatchewan Drive.

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