It is situated in Alberta, Canada. It is located 33 km South of Edmonton. It is a lively city with a population of 33,000 individuals. It is situated nearby to the Edmonton International Airport near Highway 2 and at 15 minutes South of Edmonton.
The most famous attraction of this city is the Leduc Recreation Centre (LRC) which provides 3 NHL size rinks, two field houses, an aquatic compound, an art & fitness facility, running/walking tracks, recreation programs. It provides everyone to get open-air and travel over 60km of cemented Multiway Trails in addition to William F. Lede Park by Telford Lake.
Shopping hubs in Leduc include Leduc Common which offers greater than 53 brands and stores. Other than this, City Centre Mall is a prominent shopping center. Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport is an Upmarket shopping epicenter containing branded stores and casual eats in a smooth, contemporary environment. Southfork landing, Willow Park Plaza, Grassroots, and Mico’s Liquor store are some of the prominent shopping centers.
Cineplex is one of Canada’s important entertainment and media center, also located in Leduc Cineplex is a top Canadian brand which works in the Film Entertainment, Enjoyment and Relaxation, and Media divisions. As Canada’s major and most advanced film exhibitor, it offers vast entertainment. Citadel Theatre, River Cree Resort & Casino, Landmark Cinemas, Swim Gym are also foundations of entertainment.
There is a wide-range collection of restaurants, bars, fast food in Leduc. The variety of dining options include Sawmill Prime Rib & Steak House, Habaneros Mexican Grill, Kosmos Restaurant & Lounge, Halo Bar Bistro, Leduc Diner, and Pizza, The Canadian Brewhouse, O’ Brians Restaurant & Grill, Ricky’s All-Day Grill
Things to do / fun things
Leduc is a thrilling place for living, and there is a vast variety of events that occur in the city every year. Frostival is one of Leduc’s greatest events, which purposes to celebrate winter along with sledge rides, skating, a petting zoo, hockey, and other fun winter events.
The unique local attractions of Leduc are Leduc no.1 Energy Discovery Centre, stone barn garden, Dr. Woods House Museum. Leduc No. 1 was a major oil discovery made. It provided the geological key to Alberta’s most productive conventional oil reserves and give rise to a boom in petroleum exploration and development across the country. The Dr. Woods House Museum gives a delightful sight into upper-middle-class life in late 1920 to early 1940s. The museum provides informative programs, planned events, and a tea area available on rent. The Cultural Village is present in the west of William F. Lede Park in the area recognized as the ‘Brown Property.’ It comprises the original farmhouse, a milking cabin, fully reshaped gardens, and the historic Stone Storehouse, representative of the original dairy storehouse that stood at the same location.
Real Estate Fact
Leduc is the best place to establish your roots and the real estate market offers inexpensive housing facilities. Either you are looking for a new change or an older place with a large amount of land, Leduc has a vast range of housing to select. Like Edmonton, it has a great market and a large demand for housing require additional residential development in current years. Leduc homes are usually 10-15% less luxurious than those in Edmonton, making it a good option for first-time customers and those keen to travel. Leduc has shown regular development over the years and the housing market is seeing great housing development and single-family houses, townhouses, which are appropriate both for new consumers. The Average Detached House Price is $368,240.