Listing Info Mckenzie Towne Homes For Sale
Find the newest Mckenzie Towne homes for sale below. Designed to look and feel like a small town, McKenzie Towne is perfectly created to suit you and your family. McKenzie Towne homes for sale look like they would be better situated in the countryside rather than in the middle of Calgary. Real estate in McKenzie Towne has been a hot commodity ever since it became one of the few planned neighborhoods in the city. With many options to suit a growing family, the neighbourhood might just be the last place you’ll ever need to live. Find out how you fit in to this wonderful neighbourhood by reading more.
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BROWSE SOUTHEAST CALGARY COMMUNITIES
In a bid to try something revolutionary in Calgary, the McKenzie Towne community was a master planned project from the very beginning. Every aspect of the community was designed by developers to suit a theme. The theme is small town and everywhere you see aspects that contribute to that feeling. Spacious roads, picket fences, an a central town hall make this feel like you belong in a small community rather than a big city. The community is even divided into sections that feel different with alternative architectural styles that complement each other. Prestwick, High Street, Elgin, and Inverness are micro-communities within the big neighbourhood. The borders of McKenzie Towne are 130th Ave SE, Deerfoot Trail, Highway 22X, and 52nd St SE.
The population of McKenzie Towne is 17,000+ residents, many of whom live in the single-family homes here. In fact, the number one choice of housing is the detached house, but that is closely followed with several thousand apartments, townhouses, and duplexes as well. This marks a distinct difference to the neighbouring community of McKenzie Lake. There are 16% immigrants living here, representing a healthy balance of Canadians and other nationalities. The community attracts affluent residents, many of whom make more than the average household elsewhere in the city. We see a large number of families living here, with a more mature household well represented as well. The community is centred around a common these of recently moving here, with the vast majority of the community moving within the last 5-10 years. The community has a good number of well-educated residents, with over 90% of the population having a degree or diploma from a tertiary education.
The McKenzie Towne Community helps to preserve the feel of the small town within the neighbourhood. They help regulate and monitor the housing here to conform to the standards set out by the developers. The association also creates bonds between neighbours with several other events and programs held throughout the year. This includes coordinations with other communities as well as “in-house” events targeting the members of McKenzie Towne.
Those living here find plenty to appreciate about their neighbourhood. So much so, that many even take it for granted that they have so much to appeal to them. The shopping complex at 130th Ave SE backs on the community and forms one of the hubs for retail and restaurants in the city. The complex has stores upon stores, several brand names located beside smaller local shops. There is so much found here that residents don’t need to travel anywhere else to find what they need.
The design of the community ensures that there are parks, playgrounds, and pedestrian-friendly paths throughout the neighbourhood. The opportunities to get some exercise outdoors, running, walking, and biking, can be done within the neighbourhood. McKenzie Towne residents can also use the pathways at nearby Bow River and Fish Creek Park for further opportunities. Many residents love to use Bow River for fishing, some of the best fly fishing found in North America is right here in this river.
Both Stoney Trail and Deerfoot Trail appeal to the commuter, those who depend on good transportation for jobs and school. The two roads form the basis for accessing the remainder of the city. The future development of the Green Line C-Train will see stations and public transit pass right by homes here, increasing values in the coming years. The proximity of the South Health Campus has also increased home values with a world-class hospital just a few minutes away.
The schools in the area include McKenzie Highlands School, McKenzie Towne School, and St Albert the Great Elementary/Junior High School. McKenzie Highlands is a Grade 4-9 school while McKenzie Towne School offers classes from Kindergarten to Grade 4. This school, although only offering fewer grades, has almost 600 enrolled students from here. Nearby schools include New Brighton School and Dr Martha Cohen School.
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Listing information last updated on December 10th, 2019 at 7:00am CST.