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Brookside At A Glance

• Population (2012): 1916
• Density: 1610 people/km² (not very dense)

Homes in Brookside

• Average Asking Price (2012): $601,000
• Asking Price Range (2012): $399,000 to $989,000
• Average Home Size (Approx): 2000 ft²
• Size Range (Approx): 1210 ft² to 3350 ft²

Brookside Homes for Sale

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  • 6107 143 Street in Edmonton: Zone 14 House for sale : MLS®# E4361117

    6107 143 Street Zone 14 Edmonton T6H 4W7
    Main Photo: 6107 143 Street in Edmonton: Zone 14 House for sale : MLS®# E4361117
    Single Family
    Courtesy of Jay Lewis of RE/MAX Excellence
    MLS® Num:
    Floor Area:
    1,820 sq. ft.
    This custom built bungalow in Brookside is a true gem! The house boasts a beautiful brick exterior & features a walkout basement. With 2 bedrooms on the main floor and 4 additional bedrooms downstairs, there is plenty of space for a growing family or guests. The large kitchen is equipped with a built-in oven, countertop electric stove, dishwasher, and spacious island that is perfect for meal prep. The house also offers a 3 pc main bath, half bath, and a 4 pc ensuite on the main level, while the basement includes another 3 pc bath. Natural light floods every room thanks to numerous windows & skylights in the entryway. Vaulted ceilings add an airy feel to the home, while wood-burning fireplaces on both levels create warmth and coziness. Outside, you'll find a u-shaped driveway leading to a triple attached garage. The large back deck overlooks the beautifully landscaped backyard & mature trees offer privacy & a tranquil setting. Lastly, enjoy evenings gathered around the fire pit with friends & family! More details
Data was last updated February 23, 2024 at 12:30 AM (UTC)
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Real Estate Market Statistics

• Hot Market Index (2012):  46.1 °G
• Absorption (2012): 60%
• Buyer Willingness (2012): 91.6%
• Desirability Score (2012): 95/100 (Highly Desirable)
• Dilapidation Score (2006)*: 3.4% (Excellent)

Brookside, Edmonton Hot Market Index (2012)

Brookside & the Average Edmonton Hot Market Index (2012)


• Accessibility Score: 721 homes per point of access (Extremely limited).
• Parking: Very good
• Transit: 10 bus stops.
• Parks: 2 parks within neighbourhood boundaries and direct access to Whitemud Creek Ravine.

Location & Description

Brookside – sometimes known as “Old Riverbend” was developed in the 1960s and 70s. It is located south of the North Saskatchewan River, west of Whitemud Ravine, and east and north of the Whitemud Freeway. Much of Brookside is quite close to Whitemud Ravine because the neighbourhood is tall and narrow, which makes for some very expensive homes – the average asking price being just over $600,000 in 2012. The Hot Market Index for Brookside in 2012 was just below the Edmonton average which is normal – typically expensive neighbourhoods are not intensely sought-after because not that many buyers can afford to live in the area.

A bar graph showing when homes were constructed in Brookside

A bar graph showing when homes were constructed in Brookside*

You can see from the above chart that Brookside was pretty much all constructed in the 1960s and 70s. Apparently the City of Edmonton annexed the area in 1960 and houses were built very soon after. Not much has changed since that time. Most homes are still from the 60s and 70s, and only a few have been taken down to make way for newer homes in recent years.

A pie chart showing home types in Brookside

A pie chart showing home types in the Brookside neighbourhood*

When it comes to home types, Brookside is very homogeneous. There are a couple of row houses and apartment units, but the area is almost all single family homes. That situation isn’t likely to change because land values are so high in the area. It would be very difficult to buy adjacent properties to make way for anything denser than houses. 83.7% of Brookside is houses, 10.6% is townhouses and 5.7% is low-rise apartments.

A pie chart showing home types in Brookside

A pie chart showing home types in the Brookside neighbourhood*

As with many neighbourhoods, Brookside is just too expensive to have many rental properties. Investors would not usually be interested in purchasing such large and expensive homes to rent out. 81% of Brookside is owner-occupied and 19% of the neighbourhood is tenant-occupied.

Condos in Brookside

There are no condos in Brookside.



Brookside – 5504 143 St |  780 434 0464

Junior High:

~ None in this community

High Schools:

~ None in this community

Other Schools:

~ None in this community

Parks & Recreation

Brookside has 2 parks within its boundaries, but it has access to Whitemud Ravine from multiple points and access to the ravine is never more than a few blocks from any one residence.

Brookside, Edmonton

Treed centre boulevard on 53 Ave in Brookside

Parks in Brookside

Brookside Park

William Bramley-Moore Park

Access & Parking

Access to Brookside is not good. That is to say that there is only one access point at 53rd Avenue  and it requires the use of Whitemud Drive. This can be a blessing for people wanting only local traffic in the neighbourhood, but there is no other way out of or into the neighbourhood at all. At times when the Whitemud is under construction or during rush-hour, this could be a bit annoying. Again, that being said, there is absolutely no through traffic in the area at all.

Parking is excellent in Brookside. Houses are large and therefore frontage allows plenty of parking. Off street parking is plentiful as well because the area has back alleys and most homes have garages.


There are 10  bus stops in Brookside. That is a lot of bus stops – one for every 72 houses, which is really good.

* Source: 2006 Census of Canada, Statistics Canada

by +Alan F Macdonald REALTOR® | Copyright © –



Alan F Macdonald

Author Alan F Macdonald

Alan F Macdonald is a real estate agent with Maxwell Challenge Realty in Edmonton, Alberta.

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