16221 10 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Honestdoor
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16221 10 Street NW

Rural North East South Sturgeon EdmontonAlberta

Honestdoor Price 
$386,400

Information

Baths1
Beds3
Floor Space90 sqm (950 sqft)
Land Size19,415 sqm (209,000 sqft)
Year Built1935
ZoningAgricultural Zone (AG)

Taxes

Date
Value
2021$3,396 ($283/month)
2020$3,171 ($264.25/month)
2019$3,069 ($255.75/month)
2018$3,162 ($263.50/month)
2017$2,995 ($249.58/month)

Transactions

Date
Value
Jul 05, 1991$110,000
Oct 27, 1987$62,000

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Honestdoor Price 

Current Honestdoor Price
$386,400
Growth Since Jan 2021
$2,000(0.51%)
Apr2020May2020Jun2020Jul2020Aug2020Sep2020Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$320K$340K$360K$380K$400K$334K$337K$342K$343K$342K$341K$343K$344K$357K$353K$355K$355K$358K$381K$391K$396K$393K$390K$388K$386K
Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$340K$360K$380K$400K$334K$337K$342K$343K$342K$341K$343K$344K$357K$353K$355K$355K$358K$381K$391K$396K$393K$390K$388K$386K

City Assessments

2021 Assessment Price
$354,000
Growth Since 2012
$19,000(5.09%)
2012201320142015201620172018201920202021$300K$350K$400K$450K$500K$550K$600K$373K$366K$547K$386K$433K$352K$364K$338K$340K$354K
2018201920202021$300K$350K$400K$450K$500K$550K$373K$366K$547K$386K$433K$352K$364K$338K$340K$354K

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16221 10 Street NW is a home in EdmontonAlberta. It last sold for $110,000 on Jul 05, 1991The most recent HonestDoor Price for this home is $386,400 and was last estimated on Feb 06, 2021Assessment growth for this home is -0.57% annually, with a total growth of -$19,000 since 2012