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Waterways is a charming collection of single family, duplexes and mobile homes many with stunning views of the Clearwater and Hanging Stone Rivers. Typical age of homes is 1920-New.
Waterways is situated alongside the Clearwater River and Hanging Stone Rivers, just south of downtown with direct access to Hwy 63 for a quick commute to work or downtown with major routes for both industry and municipal bus services.
Waterways is served by bus service to schools within the RMWB
The population of Waterways in 2021 was 273 with 139 dwellings according to a municipal census conducted by the R.M of Wood Buffalo.
The Alberta and Great Waterways Railway was extended to Waterways in 1921. Waterways was the northernmost point on the North American railroad grid until service was extended to Hay River, Northwest Territories. Cargo for destinations further north was shipped to Waterways, and then transferred to barges. Fleets of tugboats were then employed to take these barges to destinations within the Mackenzie River watershed. Legislation authorizing the construction of the rail line was passed in 1909. In the 1960s, the more northerly Hay River, on Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, became the northern terminus of the rail grid
|Home Transaction Data|
|*Stats produced by Susan Lore for Fort McMurray Alberta|
|Sep. 1, 2022 to Aug. 31, 2023|
|AVERAGE SALE PRICE SINGLE FAMILY||$577,983|
|AVERAGE SALE PRICE VACANT LOT||$50,000|
|NUMBER OF SALES (ALL PROPERTY TYPES)||9|
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