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  • 5109 46 Street: Leduc House for sale : MLS®# E4263875

    5109 46 Street Leduc Leduc T9E 5V9
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    $249,900
    Single Family
    Courtesy of Richard Leblanc of Royal LePage Gateway Realty
    Status:
    Active
    MLS® Num:
    E4263875
    Bedrooms:
    2
    Bathrooms:
    2
    Floor Area:
    1,071 sq. ft.
    Clean two bedroom bungalow close to downtown and Telford Lake. Large country style kitchen, spacious living room, good size bedrooms & 4 pce bath. Basement is partially developed, includes a 3 pce bath, needs flooring and ceilings. Huge deck off the front, and smaller deck off the master bedroom. New hot water tank in 2017, new furnace in 2016, and shingles replaced in 2008. Single detached garage & rear parking. Excellent starter or rental property. More details
    NORM CHOLAK
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For further information on any of these North Telford Leduc Homes for Sale, call Norm Cholak at 780-991-1313 or email norm@normcholak.com. Norm is an expert and experienced Realtor in the North Telford area of Leduc and can help you buy or sell your North Telford Leduc Home today!

 

NORTH TELFORD LEDUC REAL ESTATE

Leduc /ləˈduːk/ is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is located 33 kilometres (21 mi) south of the provincial capital of Edmonton and is part of the Edmonton Capital Region metropolitan area.

Leduc was first established in 1899, when Robert Telford, a settler, bought land near a lake which would later bear his name. It was on that piece of land where the new settlement would take root. Telford previously served as an officer for theNorth-West Mounted Police, and later became Leduc’s first postmaster, first general merchantman and first justice of the peace. The establishment of the Calgary & Edmonton railroad, later acquired by the CPR, opened the region to settlement. The first train stopped at Leduc in July 1891.

There are two versions of how Leduc got its name. According to popular local legend, the city’s name was decided in 1890 when a settler (McKinlay) setting up a telegraph office needed a name for the new settlement and decided that it would be named after the first person who came through the door of the telegraph office. That person was Father Hippolyte Leduc, a priest who had served the area since 1867. In another, more official, version, the Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories, Edgar Dewdney (1835–1916) decided that Telford Place should be renamed at the time the railroad terminal was established in 1891, and picked the name of the missionary priest.

Leduc was first incorporated as a village in 1899, and went on to become officially a town in 1906. It became a city in 1983. By that time its population had reached 12,000.

The town continued to grow quietly over the decades and Alberta’s historical oil strike on February 13, 1947, was made near the town at the Leduc No. 1 oil well.

Leduc has a wide variety of parks and sports amenities. Leduc has more than 35 km (21.7 mi) of multiuse pathways. On the east end of the city lies Telford Lake, and just to the east is Saunders Lake.

  • Alexandra Park Ponds
  • Coady Lake
  • Leduc Reservoir
  • Telford Lake
  • West Point Lake

Leduc is home to the The Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts, the preeminent performing arts facility including a 460-seat theatre. In the fall of 2009, the Leduc Recreation Centre officially opened. The 309,000-square-foot facility includes three NHL-sized arenas, an aquatic centre and a curling rink.

 

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