This little neighbourhood is truly blessed by nature. On its west it is bound by the picturesque Victoria Trail. This 58 kilometre trail is the oldest route that is still being used in Alberta. The trail winds through farmlands, right from the Secondary Highway 38 up to Smoky Lake County. To the north of Fraser lies the 153th Avenue NW, the eastern boundary is the North Saskatchewan River and also the 6th Street NW. To the south, Fraser is enclosed by 144th Avenue NW.
A relatively new neighbourhood in north-east Edmonton, the construction activity in Fraser was at its peak in the 1970s and 1980s. However, homes were still being built in the early 2000s and even now there are locations where homes have yet to come up. You will find that a substantial number, more than half in fact, of residences are single family detached homes. The rest of the housing market is made up of row houses and low rise apartment complexes.
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Data was last updated April 8th, 2020 at 1:31pm CDT.