Royal Gardens is a residential neighborhood in south west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Whitemud Drive, on the east by 111 Avenue, on the south by 40 Avenue, and on the west by 119 Street/121 Street.
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When construction is completed in 2010, residents will have access to the LRT system at Southgate Station.
Most of the residential development in the neighborhood occurred during the 1960s when according to past federal census, two out of every three of the residences were built. Another one in four of residences were built during the 1970s. The main high school for the area is Harry Ainlay; it was built during this period, opening its doors in 1963.
The neighborhood has a mixture of dwelling types with the most common type of residence being the single family dwelling. Single family dwellings account for two out of every five of all residences in the neighborhood. Another one in three residences are rented apartments and apartment style condominiums. One fifth of residences are traditional row houses. The remaining are duplexes, triplexes, and 4-plexes. Three out of five residences are owner occupied while two out of five are rented.
The Confederation Pool is located in the neighborhood.
Surrounding neighborhoods include: Malmo Plains, Greenfield, Aspen Gardens & Rideau Park.