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Lago Lindo

Lago Lindo is a neighbourhood in Edmonton, Alberta.


This area is an extraordinarily convenient part of Edmonton for getting around by car. Most properties for sale are a reasonably short car ride from the nearest highway, and it is very convenient to park. In contrast, public transit riders may experience few options in Lago Lindo due to the low service level. Thankfully, the neighbourhood is connected by about 10 bus lines, and it is especially convenient to get to a nearby bus stop from most houses. Lago Lindo is appropriate for bicycling as cyclists do not face serious elevation changes, and the cycling network is reasonably good. Most houses for sale in this part of Edmonton are located in areas that are not very well-suited for those who travel by foot because very few daily needs can be met without the use of a vehicle.


In this neighbourhood, families will typically be able to access daycares and primary schools on foot. In contrast, there are no high schools in this area. With regards to food, it is typically practical for property owners in this neighbourhood to shop for their groceries on foot. Residents of Lago Lindo can enjoy a few restaurants as well.


Lago Lindo offers a slower-paced environment and will appeal to those who enjoy spending time outdoors. It is easy to access green spaces from the majority of locations in the neighbourhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to discover. This area is very quiet overall, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour.


The substantial percentage of single detached homes in the housing stock of Lago Lindo is an important part of its character. However this neighbourhood is particularly good for those looking for three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy roughly 90% of the dwellings in Lago Lindo and 10% are rented. Roughly three quarters of the homes in this part of Edmonton were built in the 1980s, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s.