The Glenora neighbourhood in west Edmonton is highly regarded and considered one of the most desirable areas in the city by many. It is one of Edmonton’s oldest and most historic neighbourhoods with a history dating back to 1869. The first major developments began a few decades later in the early 1900s.
Nowadays, the area is a mixture of beautiful historic homes and newer residential developments. The tree-lined streets are a great place to walk around for those who enjoy architecture.
The area also boasts several schools, parks and views of the river, as well as commercial and shopping spaces. It is bounded on the east by Groat Road, on the north by 107 Avenue, on the west by 142 Street and on the south by the river valley and the MacKinnon Ravine.