11604 10 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Honestdoor
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11604 10 Avenue NW

Twin Brooks EdmontonAlberta

Honestdoor Price 
$440,200

Information

Baths2.1
Beds3
Floor Space180 sqm (1,950 sqft)
Land Size530 sqm (5,750 sqft)
Year Built1995
ZoningSingle Detached Residential Zone (RF1)

Taxes

Date
Value
2021$4,173 ($347.75/month)
2020$4,173 ($347.75/month)
2019$4,195 ($349.58/month)
2018$4,039 ($336.58/month)
2017$3,995 ($332.92/month)

Transactions

Date
Value
Oct 24, 2018$428,800
Jun 24, 2005$234,000
Jan 22, 1996$38,900

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Honestdoor Price 

Current Honestdoor Price
$440,200
Growth Since Jan 2021
$400(0.09%)
Apr2020May2020Jun2020Jul2020Aug2020Sep2020Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$410K$420K$430K$440K$450K$460K$450K$428K$434K$430K$427K$427K$434K$433K$436K$427K$429K$429K$416K$432K$444K$448K$444K$442K$440K$440K
Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$410K$420K$430K$440K$450K$450K$428K$434K$430K$427K$427K$434K$433K$436K$427K$429K$429K$416K$432K$444K$448K$444K$442K$440K$440K

City Assessments

2021 Assessment Price
$435,000
Growth Since 2012
$23,500(5.13%)
2012201320142015201620172018201920202021$420K$440K$460K$480K$500K$520K$459K$458K$465K$504K$494K$470K$465K$462K$448K$435K
2018201920202021$420K$440K$460K$480K$500K$459K$458K$465K$504K$494K$470K$465K$462K$448K$435K

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11604 10 Avenue NW is a home in EdmontonAlberta. This 1932 square foot home was built in 1995 and features 3 bedrooms and 2.1 bathroomsIt last sold for $428,800 on Oct 24, 2018The most recent HonestDoor Price for this home is $440,200 and was last estimated on Feb 06, 2021Assessment growth for this home is -0.57% annually, with a total growth of -$23,500 since 2012