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View Brooks Open Houses on December 7, 2019 weekend list Brooks open houses, christmas events near me, daily schedules. Search 1 active Brooks real estate listings, single family homes, today's Open Houses, REALTORS® with Brooks real estate statistics, condos, news, maps & homes . Currently active properties in this subdivision average price $322,900.00 highest $322,900.00. Property types in Brooks may include Attached homes, affordable Detached Homes, Luxury Homes plus Condos, Townhomes, Rowhouses, For Sale By Owner, Lake Homes including any Bank owned Foreclosures.

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  • How to prepare for an Open House

  • It is important to make the Brooks Open house as accessible as possible, removing unnecessary furniture and retaining a small amount of personal items such as family photographs. The house should speak to potential buyers by presenting itself as a place others could easily call home. In other words, you want people to be able to envision themselves living there, which is more easily done without your family photos or kids' drawings plastered all over the place. And if you have pets, put their dishes and other accessories away.


    Brooks Real Estate Statistics

    Active Brooks Listings 1
    Average Price $322,900.00
    Highest Price $322,900.00
    Lowest Priced $322,900.00


    Average Minimum Maximum
    List Price: $ 322,900 $ 322,900 $ 322,900
    Days on Market: 414 days 40 days 787 days
    Home Age: 23 years 23 years 23 years


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    Search Brooks real estate listings attached, detached homes for Sale in Alberta. Brooks homes listings on the MLS® System find Brooks real estate statistics, Open Houses, REALTORS®, zone maps, news, view Brooks community information.
    Brooks is a city in southeast Alberta, Canada surrounded by the County of Newell. It is located on Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) and the Canadian Pacific Railway. The area that is now Brooks was originally used as a bison hunting ground for the Blackfoot and Crow. After Treaty 7 was signed in 1877, homesteaders moved into the area to begin farming. Before 1904, the area still did not have a name. Through a Postmaster General-sponsored contest, the area was named after Noel Edgell Brooks, a Canadian Pacific Railway Divisional Engineer from Calgary. Brooks is a city in southeast Alberta, Canada surrounded by the County of Newell. It is located on Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) and the Canadian Pacific Railway. The area that is now Brooks was originally used as a bison hunting ground for the Blackfoot and Crow. After Treaty 7 was signed in 1877, homesteaders moved into the area to begin farming. Before 1904, the area still did not have a name. Through a Postmaster General-sponsored contest, the area was named after Noel Edgell Brooks, a Canadian Pacific Railway Divisional Engineer from Calgary.[citation needed] Brooks incorporated as a village on July 14, 1910, and then as a town on September 8, 1911. In 2010, Brooks celebrated its centennial as a municipality since originally incorporating as a village in 1910. In the 2011 Census, the City of Brooks had a population of 13,676 living in 5,037 of its 5,509 total dwellings, a 9.3% change from its 2006 adjusted population of 12,508. With a land area of 18.19 km2 (7.02 sq mi), it had a population density of 751.84/km2 (1,947.3/sq mi) in 2011. Attractions The Lakeside Leisure Centre is the area's main recreation centre. It includes two arenas, a curling rink, an aquatic centre with a waterslide and wave pool, a gymnasium, a fitness centre, and multipurpose rooms. The complex was renovated in 2005. In 2010, the Duke of Sutherland Park was redeveloped. It features baseball diamonds, a soccer field, a playground and a 3,200 ft (980 m)² waterpark with spray features for toddlers and a play structure for older children. Also in 2010, the Centennial Regional Arena was completed after nearly a decade of planning and 18 months of construction. The multi-purpose facility seats 1,704 people. It includes corporate boxes, a running track, concessions, and a 200 × 85 ft (61 × 26 m) surface. The arena is home to several user groups, including the Brooks Bandits. There are three provincial parks in the area: Dinosaur Provincial Park, a World Heritage Site, to the northeast, Tillebrook Provincial Park to the east and Kinbrook Island Provincial Park to the south. In addition, there are several other recreational sites in the area including the Rolling Hills Reservoir, Crawling Valley Reservoir, and Emerson Bridge. The Brooks Aqueduct south-east of Brooks was built to transport irrigation water across the Eastern Irrigation District. It spans across a 3.2 km (2.0 mi) valley, about 20 m (66 ft) above the ground.

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