Imrie House

Background

Overview shot of North Saskatchewan River with leafy trees in foreground

Edmonton's first woman architect, Mary Louise Imrie, donated her open-space home and land along the North Saskatchewan River to the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation in 1988. Currently, the house is the office of the not-for-profit Land Stewardship Centre of Canada.

Location

17503 - 45 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta
A map to this property can be found at the bottom of this page.

Property Information

The land manager for this property is:

Because the house is leased by the Land Stewardship Center of Canada, arrangements to view the land must be made prior to visiting. To make arrangements for a viewing, please call:

  • Tel: 780 415-0266

Please follow the guidelines below when accessing this property.

Foot access only sign No ATV Use sign No camping sign No fires sign No horses sign No hunting sign

The legal land description for Imrie House is:

  • Pt. NW 1/4 9-52-25-W4
  • 5 acres/2.02 hectares

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Page Information

Updated: Jun 15, 2017