Twin Brooks is one of those neighborhoods that is so nice that you will never consider leaving. That is why it has the name Twin Brooks, everything is so nice that it comes double. If you are thinking about relocating with your family then you will want to consider Twin Brooks.
Twin Brooks is a residential neighborhood in Southwest Edmonton. Now the name Twin Brooks actually comes from the fact that it is located at the confluence of the Whitemud Creek and the Blackmud Creek, This is how the neighborhood got its name to begin with. Many people are attracted to the artificial lake that is located in the neighborhood and in addition to that the Elementary school is located next to the lake.
The neighborhood is roughly triangle shaped with the Whitemud Creek on its western boundary, Blackmud Creek on the north east, and Anthony Henday Drive on the south. Access to the neighborhood is either by 111 Street over the Blackmud Creek to the north, or from Anthony Henday Drive with interchanges at 111 Street and 127 Street.
Twin Brooks is the new kid on the block as it was primarily constructed after 1985, most of these homes are single family dwellings with the remaining residences being duplexes. The majority of these residences are owner occupied with and average number of three people living in each household.
The surrounding neighborhoods include; MacEwan; Blackburne, Blackmud Creek, Rutherford and Richford.