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We understand that purchasing a new home
is a big decision.
Selecting the right community is an important step in the home buying or building process.
This is why we work hard to offer you beautiful homes in idyllic locations.
Fun Facts about Dickinsfield
Style and Age of Homes
Dickens field homes are typically Single Family on more spacious lots with a mix of town homes, duplexes, patio homes. Typical age is from 1970's to 1980's with a few new homes being rebuilt
Dickensfield is nestled between the communities of Thickwood and Timberlea and runs adjacent Confederation Way for a quick commute to work or downtown with major routes for both industry and municipal bus services.
Ecole Dickinsfield School (ECDP Grade 6)
Sister Mary Philips (ECDP Grade 6)
Dickinsfield Quick Facts
|Home transaction Data|
|*Stats produced by Susan Lore for Fort McMurray Alberta|
|April 1st, 2020-June 30th, 2020|
|AVERAGE SALE PRICE SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED||$381,400|
|AVERAGE SALE PRICE HALF DUPLEX||NOT ENOUGH DATA|
|NUMBER OF SALES (ALL PROPERTY TYPES)||5|
Did you know that the plane at the Sister Mary Philips School is a replica of one flown by the famous bush pilot Punch Dickins known for flying over unmapped areas of Northern Canada and sometimes so close to the magnetic north pole that compass navigation was impossible. He was the first pilot to fly along the Arctic coastline, he made the first flight over the Barren Lands in the Northwest Territories, and he was the first to fly the full length of the Mackenzie River, a distance of 2,000 miles which he covered in 2 days. In 1930, he flew the first prospectors to Great Bear Lake where uranium was discovered and in 1936, he conducted a 10,000 mile air survey of Northern Canada. He delivered mail from Waterways, Alberta to Fort Simpson, NWT and then on to Aklavik in the Arctic.