Neighborhood Profile – Mayliewan
Land use in Mayliewan is almost entirely residential and was planned to accommodate primarily single-family houses oriented around the local parks system. The neighbourhood was designed to ensure that most residents would have direct easy access to parks and/or one of the two stormwater management lakes. The intention was to build a community where children could easily walk to a local park and where walking and cycling would be significant transportation options within the neighbourhood.
A large school/park site is located in the centre of the neighbourhood and houses the St. John Bosco Elementary School. A pipeline right-of-way runs east–west along the northern portion of the neighborhood, and the surface has been transformed into a linear park to provide pedestrian and cyclist connections for residents within the neighbourhood. Another right-of-way runs diagonally in an east–west direction across the northern portion of the neighbourhood, functioning as a key linking feature within Mayliewan’s pedestrian pathway network.
There were 24 homes sold between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 in Mayliewan, ranging from a low of $278,500 for a 1,070 sq ft two bedroom half duplex to a high of $624,000 for a 1,712 sq ft walkout bungalow backing onto a lake. The median sold price for homes in Mayliewan during the same time period was $405,000 which represents a 2,300 sq ft 2-Storey home.
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Sources: Realtor.ca and REALTORS® Association of Edmonton