- Apartment for rent
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- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
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Residents of Spanish Villa Can Receive 40% off Telus Home Services or Exclusive Deals with Shaw!! *See site manager for details, subject to Telus/Shaw availability & conditions.
Spanish Villa Apartments is located in the west end of Edmonton. These suites are a must-see!
This is a unique, family and pet-friendly building. Inside the semi-circle are mature pine trees and a beautiful large front lawn for tenants' use. All suites apart from the basement have balconies. The numbered car park in the back is energized which is included in rent. Directly opposite is both a Shell and Esso gas station, with a 7-Eleven next door and a bus stop outside. Terra Lossa is less than a 5-minute drive away, with West Edmonton Mall a mere 7 minutes. There is a Safeway, TD Bank, No Frills, and Post Office all 5 blocks down. Security Deposit only $499 on approved credit.
Rates, deposits, and incentives are based on applicable lease terms, on approved credit, and are subject to change without notice, some conditions apply. Photographs are for advertising purposes only and may not be of the actual suite available.
Professionally Managed By Zen Residential Ltd.
West Jasper Place is a residential neighbourhood in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Originally part of the Town of Jasper Place, West Jasper Place became a part of Edmonton when Edmonton and Jasper Place amalgamated on August 17, 1964.
While most of the neighbourhood is residential, there is some commercial development, with most of this adjacent to Stony Plain Road at the neighbourhood's north end. This development includes the Jasper Gates shopping centre.
The neighbourhood is bounded by 149 Street on the east, 95 Avenue on the south, 156 Street on the west, and Stony Plain Road on the North.
The community is represented by the West Jasper/Sherwood Community League. Which maintains a community hall, outdoor rink and tennis courts located at 152 Street and 96 Avenue.89 The West Jasper Place Community League operated as a separate entity from 1950 until 1985 when it merged with the Sherwood Community League.9