Worry-free retirement living promoting independence, convenience, and support.
Contemporary architecture, fresh décor, a peaceful natural setting—the attractive combination of features at Chartwell Heritage Valley Retirement Residence makes it a sought-after place to live. We offer independent living, Private Supportive Living, Designated Supportive Living (assisted living) and memory care (DSL4D) lifestyles, with funded and non-funded care options tailored to your individual needs.
Our great location in South Edmonton’s Heritage Valley neighbourhood overlooks a serene pond—providing picturesque views from our suites and common spaces—and is within one block of grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, restaurants, cafés, places of worship, and many other convenient amenities. If you’re seeking connection with nature, you can take a stroll around the pond using our walking paths; or, if you’re in the mood to shop, public transit is easily accessed nearby. You could even take your own car—kept in our heated underground parking garage—to South Edmonton Common or Southgate Shopping Mall, just a short five-minute drive away.
Vibrant, social living
The lifestyle at Chartwell Heritage Valley is a dynamic one. Ideal for active and independent individuals—as well as seniors who would benefit from care services—here you can spend your time exactly how you choose in an airy, open-concept atmosphere awash with natural light. We offer a variety of fitness classes, social experiences, and outings for you to participate in—including our very popular art classes, Java Music Club, and pub afternoons—as well as delicious meals in our dining room. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself pursuing a hobby or attending an activity in one of our modern amenities, or perhaps relaxing in our lounges with floor-to-ceiling windows providing lovely pond views.
Meanwhile, you’ll also spend time unwinding in your well-appointed one- or two-bedroom apartment, featuring a spacious full kitchen and many with their own private balconies.
The dining experience
At Chartwell Heritage Valley, we want you to enjoy delicious, nutritious meals each day as part of a healthy, worry-free retirement lifestyle. That’s why we offer a wide-ranging menu to make your life better, including tasty chef-prepared meals served by warm, welcoming staff in our dining room. We also have a bistro to enjoy a coffee or freshly-prepared snacks, and a private dining room where you can gather with your family for a catered meal.
Activities and amenities
Our retirement residence is a lively, comfortable place with an open, airy atmosphere that feels like home—not only because of our residents and staff, but the many optional activities, classes, and outings we offer. Consider joining us for gardening, billiards, fitness classes, guest speaker presentations, art classes, Java Music club, pub afternoons, live entertainment, or fun outings to restaurants or Southgate Shopping Mall. You decide what you want to do each day, and there is always something happening to capture your interest if you like socializing with friends, being creative, or stimulating your mind.
A selection of inviting suites
Starting from $3,410/month
At Chartwell Heritage Valley, we have a wide range of suite plans for you to explore. These include well-appointed one-bedroom, one-bedroom-plus-den, and two-bedroom layouts featuring spacious full kitchens, and patios or private balconies.
Senior living in Edmonton
Located on James Mowatt Trail in South Edmonton’s Heritage Valley neighbourhood, our modern, well-designed retirement residence overlooks a serene pond and is within one block of grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, restaurants, cafés, places of worship, and many other convenient amenities. We offer heated underground parking for residents who drive, public transit is easily accessible nearby, and the South Edmonton Common and Southgate Shopping Mall are a short, five-minute drive away.
Things to do in Edmonton
Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta—situated on the majestic North Saskatchewan River—and the northernmost large city in North America with over one million people. It is a wonderful place to call home because of its spectacular river valley with the highest amount of parkland per capita of any Canadian city, as well as its vibrant city attractions. The city is also known for West Edmonton Mall, popular Whyte Avenue (with retail stores, music venues, bars, clubs and the most heritage buildings in Edmonton) and the University of Alberta. Don’t forget popular attractions like the Royal Alberta Museum, Citadel Theatre, Edmonton International Fringe Festival, the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival, Alberta Aviation Museum, Muttart Conservatory, Elk Island National Park, Edmonton Valley Zoo, Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta Legislature Building, and Edmonton Folk Music Festival.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in..