Named after an early settlers namesake, Reverend William Newton and located in Northeast Edmonton Alberta Canada, is the residential neighborhood of Newton. Reverend Newton first settled in Edmonton in 1875. The majority of the homes in Newton were constructed at the end of WWII, which makes parts of Newton a somewhat older neighborhood. Other portions of the neighborhood are newer as construction continued through the 1990's
Most of the homes in Newton are single family homes, which account for roughly 90% of all residences. There are however apartments, condos, and duplexes in Newton, ensuring a lifestyle choice for all.
There is typically a lot of interest in Newton and homes range in availability. There continues to be newer residents moving into Newton as homes become available, and typically apartments are the most abundant available options. A lot of the residents in Newton are longer term owners, and most of the neighborhood is owner occupied.
Designated schools for Montrose are: Montrose Elementary, Highlands Junior High, and Eastglen Senior High.
Newton is a neighborhood full of conveniences, and options sure to please all. The Yellowhead Trail is to the north providing an easy commute throughout the city. Rexall Place is to the west of the neighborhood, for family outings. And the Coliseum LRT is conveniently located for more distant travel.