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Belgravia is a residential area located in the City of Edmonton, Canada. It is located southwest of the University of Alberta main campus. It was named after the Belgravia area of 19th century London, the community was one time the southern terminus of the Edmonton Radial Railway. The McKernan-Belgravia LRT station is situated right next to the community at the northwest corner of 114 Street and 76 Avenue in neighboring McKernan.
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Their history started in 1912 when the land's lease owner, Robert Tegler chose to give up the area and made it available for sale to interested developers in the real estate market. The fact that the land is semi-isolated made Belgravia an ideal location and promising developers quickly snatched up the offer.
After that, designs were mapped and layouts were crafted to compel folks of an older era into residing on a decent and relaxing environment. Even in modern day, the well-treed streets and pleasant landscapes are attractive for individuals that wish to settle down, and want to move away from the city's limelight and distractions. Belgravia Community features higher-priced housing such as bungalows and single-family two-story houses. In addition, the Gardening area makes it possible for inhabitants to make any specific house their own, which explains why 70% of the present inhabitants have resided and raised a family in Belgravia for their entire lives.
Neighborhoods that are nearby are Windsor Park to the north, the University of Alberta to the northeast, McKernan to the east, Parkallen to the southeast, as well as the Neil Crawford Centre and University of Alberta Farm to the south. Grandview Heights is located to the southwest beyond Fox Drive.
In Belgravia, three out of four houses are owner-occupied, with about four out of five houses being developed ever before 1961. The most of the houses are single-family dwellings. The average household capacity is 2-3 persons, with two out of three homes having one or two people.
Belgravia is among the two neighborhoods served by the new McKernan/Belgravia LRT Station. The station was officially opened on April 25, 2009, with normal service commencing on April 26, 2009.
Belgravia was designed with readily available amenities put into consideration. Despite the fact that the community on its own features a peace and quiet environment, residents can as well go to the North Saskatchewan River Valley for a day of picnic and swimming and perhaps the college bound individuals use it to gain access to the North and South gateways to a University's campus. The neighborhood's 76th avenue is a commercial strip of street, filled with small diners, thrift shops, and also entertainment for residents meant to be enjoyed during the weekends.