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Right next door to the more popular Marlborough is Marlborough Park. Homes for sale here are more secluded and private than their neighbors with several mature homes in tree-lined streets. Real estate in Marlborough Park is designed for the family, either growing or settling down.
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The community is vast and friendly, very open to any diversity, ethnicity, or nationality. There are many reasons to appreciate living here including the location, the shopping, the schooling, and the recreation. Find out for yourself how your next home could be in Marlborough Park.
The community of Marlborough Park lies in the northeast of Calgary, along a couple major roads. The neighbourhood was first established in 1972 with homes being buitl in the 70s and 80s here. Along with Marlborough, this neighbourhood has become one of central locations for Calgary’s northeast communities, a major destination for anybody living here. The neighbourhood is defined by the Trans-Canada Highway, Memorial Dr, 52nd St NE, and 68th St NE.
When we use the census data provided by the city, we get a more accurate picture of what Marlborough Park actually looks like to the average household. It currently houses over 8500 residents across the vast area. We see that for the most part, the people living here are seeking out the single-family home, the predominant choice for residents here. Townhouses form the next major choice with several duplexes and apartment complexes to house a handful of other households. The average resident here makes slightly below the Calgary median income while there are slightly less formal education degrees per capita than other communities around Calgary. This makes sense in conjunction with the higher immigrant population, almost 30% of the community represented as first-generation Canadians. The neighbourhood has a high number of nationalities as well, many families from Indian, Vietnamese, Filipino and Chinese backgrounds. We see that around 60% of the population, a very large proportion of households, has lived in their homes in Marlborough Park for over 5 years, many as long as 10-15 years. People value their housing here and actively seek out ways to remain in the neighbourhood.
The Marlborough Park Community Association is a major part of the neighbourhood, using residents as the serving members of the association. Their stated goal and role in the community is to foster better relationships and build a sustainable pride in the neighbourhood. They do this with several initiatives, namely programs and events, sporting classes, and family activities centred around the households here.
The community enjoys incredible access, a major draw card for residents needing to commute as a part of their daily life. Both Memorial Dr and the Trans-Canada serve as major routes into the downtown core, allowing anybody living here to access the centre of Calgary in minutes. The roads also connect to other routes easily, allowing anybody to get around the city with ease.
The population living here values their outdoor recreation, using many of the green spaces and playgrounds in the neighbourhood. The centre of the neighbourhood is one giant park, Big Marlborough Park is owned and maintained by the city of Calgary. The park includes tennis courts, a toboggan hill, and many baseball diamonds as well. The park is well-used by families and groups from within the neighbourhood.
For those who are keen on good shopping, living in Marlborough Park has its distinct advantages. There are several small local businesses around the community. But Marlborough Mall is the best source for shopping, a large mall with professional services, restaurants, and retail stores with several unique shops around.
The community is well-catered by schools, both elementary, junior high, and senior high schools. The neighbourhood has Roland Michener School, Dr Gladys McKelvie Egbert School, Cappy Smart School, and St Martha School. St Martha has classes in an alternative Catholic education school with classes from Kindergarten to Grade 6. The school is ranked by the Fraser Institute as 601st in the province. Roland Michener has classes up to Grade 5, with Grade 6 students introduced into the Dr Gladys Junior High at grade 6. The nearest high schools to the neighbourhood are Father Lacombe High School, Forest Lawn High School, and Jack James High School. The Fraser Institute also ranks the Alberta high schools and places Forest Lawn at 244th and Father Lacombe at 160th in the province.
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