Balwin Real Estate
Balwin became a part of Edmonton in 1912, formerly known as Packingtown, as most families who lived in the area worked at the nearby meat packing plants. The name of the neighborhood was named after two property owners, Frank Ball and Luke Winterburn.
Being that Balwin is an older neighborhood, the land has a mixture of uses. The homes in the eastern part of the area were subdivided around WWI; however, the western part of the neighborhood was later subdivided in the 1950's.
The most common type of residence is the single family homes, with a mixture of some low-rise buildings.
Balwin also hosts a few schools: Balwin Junior High School, Princeton Elementary School, and St. Frances of Assisi Elementary Junior High School.
Balwin real estate is bordered North by 132 Avenue, East by 66 Street, South by 126 Avenue, West by 82 Street.
Displayed below are homes for sale in Balwin, a subdivision located in Northeast Edmonton.
For more information regarding any of the Balwin real estate listings, click the "Request More Info" button located on the detail page of each property.