Strathmore Real Estate


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New Strathmore Statistics

Properties for sale in Strathmore: 0
Condos for sale in Strathmore: 0
Total Properties for Sale in Strathmore: 139
Total Properties for Sale Surrounding Strathmore: 52
Total Listings: 9,531
New Homes in Strathmore Past 14 Days: 1960

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Strathmore Real Estate Articles & Market News

housing market statistics: As of there are currently homes for sale in listed as active, with an average asking price of . The highest-priced property is $; the lowest priced property can be purchased for $ neighbourhood listings.

Strathmore Community Information

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Strathmore community news and articles in a town located along the Trans-Canada Highway in southern Alberta, Canada within Wheatland County. It is approximately 40 kilometres (25 mi) east of the City of Calgary.The town began as a hamlet for the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) lines that were built in the area in 1883. The CPR named the town after one of its benefactors: Claude Bowes-Lyon, the Earl of Strathmore. The Earl's granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth - as consort to King George VI - later passed through the community on the "Royal Train" in June 1939. In 1905 the CPR moved the Hamlet of Strathmore 4 miles (6.4 km) north to its current location.A track laying record was made between Strathmore and Cheadle when the railroad was built. In one hour one mile (1.6 km) of steel was laid and - at the end of the ten-hour working day - the rails were laid to Cheadle, 9 miles (14 km) for a record. Efforts by the Canadian government to develop western Canada led to increases in Strathmore's population and its importance as a rail supply stop.The CPR railroad tracks are now gone, the land having been subdivided.In 2011, the Town of Strathmore celebrated its centennial - and will release the book 100 Years of Memories: Celebrating Strathmore's Centennial through Polished Publishing Group in early 2012.

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