Mayland Heights Real Estate

The neighbourhood of Mayland Heights is a pleasant and wonderful way to live. This residential neighbourhood already feels like home from the moment you first arrive. The neighbourhood is designed to have a distinct homely feel even though it’s so close to the central business district of Calgary. Housing here is affordable, varied, and often valued very highly for its location. Real estate in Mayland Heights is sought after and valued for its position and attractive homes. With a mixture of the old and new found her, this neighbourhood is changing everyday, a vibrant and thriving community. Find out why homes for sale in Mayland Heights are coming up quickly in your next house search. Read More About Mayland Heights Real Estate

Mayland Heights Real Estate Statistics November 13, 2018
20
Listed
73
Avg. DOM
$360.13
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$414,450
Med. List Price
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Mayland Heights Neighbourhood Information

The community of Mayland Heights lives right to the east of the downtown core of Calgary, technically in the northeast sector of the city. This community has been in the city for over 100 years, first annexed to be part of the city in 1910. The community, once called Crossroads, changed the name to Mayland Heights in the 60s as part of the revitalisation during that time. The community’s borders are Deerfoot Trail, Trans-Canada highway, Memorial Drive, and Barlow Trail.

The homes here in Mayland Heights contains over 6000 residents, a community that has remained stable and consistent for the better part of a century. The number one choice for housing is the single-family home, but this is not a majority at all. The community has an equal number of townhomes, duplexes, and apartments in this neighbourhood, well suited as a home for the professional singles working in the city’s core district. 17% of the population living in Mayland Heights is from an immigrant background, while the neighbourhood welcomes a large number of ethnicities here. The residents here tend to make slightly less than their city counterparts, with many residents also not having the same education levels as other neighbourhoods in Calgary. The normal household is a small family, maybe even a couple with children who’ve left home. Just over half of the neighbourhood has lived in Mayland Heights for over 5 years, a good majority of those living here for much longer as well. The neighbourhood tends to welcome those who have a more established life and family. Ages here are often older and more mature than other communities across the city.

The Crossroads Community Association, still named for its original name is Mayland Heights’ association that has existed almost as long as the community itself. The association has done an excellent job of maintaining a pride and sense of belonging to Mayland Heights for those living here. Families and singles all appreciate the efforts the association makes to create events that benefit everyone, hosting programs and classes in the Crossroads community hall.   

Mayland Heights Amenities

We see a great number of amenities to mention, so it’s best to make note of what Mayland Heights residents love about where they live.Living in the crossroads of 4 major roads is the number one reason people look for homes for sale in Mayland Heights. With these 4 roads, people can access anywhere in the city without worrying about traffic or reduced entry points. That puts amenities like the Calgary Zoo, Telus Spark, SAIT or the University of Calgary just minutes away.

The neighbourhood lives in very close proximity to the Bow River, a source for much exercise and recreation. The river has fishing, boating, and plenty of space on the trails and paths along its banks. These trails head right into downtown, and many Mayland Heights residents use them to commute everyday to work. It’s easier to bike into the core sometimes than it is to drive.   

Other than that, places like Fox Hollows Golf Course provide further entertainment, a pristine course with a reputation for challenging even the most experienced golfer. The community loves living next to several parks and green spaces around it as well.

Mayland Heights Schools

The community has a number of excellent schools right next door. This includes Mayland Heights School, Sir John Franklin School, St Clement School, Belfast School, and Father Lacombe High School. Many residents love the Mayland Heights School because it’s an elementary that goes up to Grade 6, offering many courses in early French Immersion, one of the few schools in the city to do this. The school is ranked 365th in the province, an academic assessment provided by the Fraser Institute ranking system. Students can also attend schools in the area like the Delta West Academy, one of the most prestigious and exclusive private schools in the city, providing education that often ranks in the top in Alberta.

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