2 MORGAN CR St.Albert, AB T8N 2E2

Upgraded Bungalow on a Huge Lot *** Price Reduced***

OFFERED AT $360,000

Recently renovated Mission, St. Albert Bungalow, on a huge Lot, offers RV Parking, a separate... Read More >

Recently renovated Mission, St. Albert Bungalow, on a huge Lot, offers RV Parking, a separate entrance, is walking distance to a dog park and is just minutes from the amenities of St. Albert Trail. With a newer hot water tank, shingles, furnace, appliances and air conditioning, this stylish home is move-in ready! The main floor has been completely refreshed, including a newer stunning kitchen, upgraded appliances, granite countertops, island, hardwood flooring, lights, paint, trim and windows. The master bedroom is a combination of 2 previous bedrooms, complete with a sitting area and 2 large closets. The main floor bath has been renovated to act as an ensuite and guest bath; it comes with a huge, spa-like, tiled shower with tropical shower heads and space for 2. The landing to the basement is separate and accessible from a side covered vestibule entry at the side of the home and garage. The basement is partially finished with a 3 pc bath, bedroom, laundry area, partially finished rec room and workshop.


Amenities

  • Air Conditioner, Deck, Detectors Smoke, Hot Water Natural Gas, No Animal Home, No Smoking Home, Patio, Vinyl Windows
  • Corner Lot, Fenced, Landscaped, No Back Lane, Playground Nearby, Private Setting, Schools, Shopping Nearby

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Neighborhood

From the City o St.Albert
St. Albert wouldn’t be the city it is today without the neighbourhood of Mission. In the 1860s, Father Lacombe and Bishop Taché stood on a hill overlooking the Sturgeon River and pointed out the place for a new mission. The chapel, which was built in 1861 and is now the city’s oldest building, was established. Métis families moved in from Lac Ste. Anne, and the settlement of Mission was born.

The city of St. Albert would grow around it’s first neighbourhood, giving Mission it’s current central location. The community has ~2,400 residents with a median age of 55.40. A healthy mix of low and medium density housing, along with commercial services, schools, and parks makes Mission a very well-rounded and accessible neighbourhood. With plenty of condos available along with single family homes, real estate for some properties in Mission is in the $250,000 range.

St. Albert Transit (StAT) services Mission with weekday local routes, access to weekday commuter routes to Edmonton, and Dial A Bus.

About Mission


Development Began: 1860s

Type of homes: Single Family Homes, Townhouses, Duplexes, Condos

Parks in the area: Mission Park, Morgan Park

Schools in the Area

  • Elementary: École Father Jan, Ronald Harvey, Muriel Martin
  • Junior High: William D. Cutts
  • Secondary: Vincent J. Maloney; St. Albert Catholic High School, Bellerose, St. Albert Public Outreach High School, Paul Kane (for French immersion only)

Characteristics

  • Close to the St. Albert Grain Elevators/Museum and train tracks
  • Oldest and most historic neighbourhood in St. Albert
  • Lots of walking trails
  • Close to downtown shopping, rodeo grounds, and Mission Park (tobogganing and fireworks)

History

The St. Albert you know and love started with Father Lacombe and Bishop Taché’s desire to establish a mission near the banks of the Sturgeon River. The next few years would be remembered as ones of both tribulations and triumphs.

Things started well enough with several Métis families moving to the area to help launch the settlement, followed by several nuns and orphans a few years later, necessitating the need for a covenant house and a school. However, tragedy would strike the fledging community in the form of smallpox. The disease decimated the population, killing about half of the residents. The community showed its pioneering spirit and began to bounce back. By the 1890s, village status was obtained, and by 1904, St. Albert became a town.

Development continued over the next decades with schools, homes, infrastructure, and a cemetery taking shape. Today the neighbourhood of Mission is a serene oasis in the middle of the city where one can see tangible reminders of how the story of St. Albert began.

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