Spruce Grove Homes & Real Estate

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About Spruce Grove 

With a population exceeding 33,000, Spruce Grove, Alberta, lies to the west of Edmonton. Positioned near the geographical center of Alberta, the city spans an area of 32.37 square kilometers. Surrounding communities encompass Stony Plain and Acheson, with the Wagner Natural Area, a substantial greenspace, situated to the east of the city.

Homesteads have been present in the area since 1879. Spruce Grove's principal industries encompass transportation, logistics, warehousing, manufacturing, tourism, and professional services. In the Parkland School Division No. 70, the city boasts four public elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.

Within the Evergreen Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 2, three Catholic elementary schools and one Catholic high school operate, all receiving public funding.

Spruce Grove, Alberta has a Walk Score of 73 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.


Spruce Grove, Alberta, unfolds like a vibrant tapestry, offering something for everyone. Central avenues is filled with shops and restaurants, while family-friendly havens like West Grove and Brookhaven boast quiet streets and top schools. Nature whispers through spruce forests and tranquil parks like Golden Spike Park, while sports enthusiasts cheer at the Tri Leisure Centre. Gateway Industrial Park beckons entrepreneurs, while Spruce Grove Composite High School and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School guide ambitious minds. Whether you crave trendy vibes, family comfort, or nature's embrace, Spruce Grove welcomes you with its friendly spirit and diverse tapestry!

Real Estate Information

In the western part of the city, Mobile City Estates provides budget-friendly options for mobile homes, while Harvest Ridge offers new builds and vacant lots ready for development. This area features numerous affordable condos, townhouses, and reasonably priced single-family homes, encompassing both older residences and newly constructed properties. Closer to Parkland Highway, commercial real estate opportunities are available.

In central Spruce Grove, condos and townhomes are prevalent around the city center, accompanied by affordable single-family homes in the vicinity. Most of the single-family homes in this area come equipped with a garage, while the condos are situated in a variety of apartment-style and side-by-side buildings. Close to Parkland Highway, there is a multitude of commercial spaces. Moving to the eastern section of Spruce Grove, there is a plethora of newly constructed condos and single-family homes. Affordable older homes are also present in this region, many featuring larger lots. Similar to the central area, most single-family homes come with a garage and a spacious paved parking pad.


Spruce Grove is home to four public elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school within the Parkland School Division No. 70. In the Evergreen Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 2, the city hosts three publicly funded Catholic elementary schools and one Catholic high school. Additionally, there is a private Christian school in Spruce Grove.

For those seeking post-secondary education, residents must undertake a roughly 40-minute drive to Edmonton, where various college and university options are available. The University of Alberta offers a diverse array of programs, including engineering, medicine, agriculture, and arts. The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology provides training in numerous trades, culinary arts, and design and communications, among other subjects. MacEwan University offers courses in various areas, such as accounting, communications, social work, and law.