Cambrian Heights calgary Real Estate
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In this central Calgary neighbourhood, there are plenty of beautiful, well-appointed homes in tree-lined streets. The community of Cambrian Heights has real estate for anybody from the long-term homeowner to the first time buyer.
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The detached homes in this neighbourhood have very close proximity to downtown and plenty of space to enjoy. Surrounded by parks and green spaces, the community is perfect for spending time outdoors. And with developers showing keen interest in upgrading the homes in Cambrian Heights, house prices are set to rise in a desirable, amenable community.
Homes For Sale in Cambrian Heights
Sitting adjacent to Nose Hill Park and Confederation Park, Cambrian Heights community feels very unlike normal city neighbourhoods. Its large lots and tree-lined streets provide a sense of peace and distance from the noise of the city close by.
Bordered by several other communities very much alike the aesthetic of this neighbourhood, Cambrian Heights homes are well placed. The community is bordered by Rosemont, Collingwood, Highwood, and North Haven. This tucked away geography adds to the sense that this community is private and exclusive.
The statistics of Cambrian Heights tell a story about the people who choose to settle down here. Over 2000 residents call this their home. 72% of the buildings are single-family homes with several apartments and duplexes to allow access to first-time buyers. They earn on par with the rest of Calgary. They are a mature-aged community, older than the average Calgarian. A large percentage of the occupants use their own vehicles for transport, hold post-secondary degrees, and live with children at home.
The Cambrian Heights Community Association has been serving this area for over 60 years now, making sure that all residents feel welcome, safe, and known to their neighbours. The association does that through community events, sports programs, and regular news through the newsletter circulated within the neighbourhood.
The Cambrian Heights residents have plenty of amenities to use at their discretion. One of the most popular ones are the green spaces and parks that can be found all throughout the community. Nose Hill Park is one such example, a large municipal park with 11 square kilometres of protected and undisturbed grasslands and trees. The park is full of trails and pathways for many to enjoy.
Confederation Park is another Calgary park with features of picnic tables, playgrounds, tennis courts, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, and baseball diamonds. The park also houses the Confederation Golf Course, a public 9-hole course for all to use.
Close by are two of Calgary’s major post-secondary schools; the University of Calgary and Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Students choose to live in Cambrian Heights to be in close proximity to both these locations. Calgary Transit serves this community well, with 15% using public transit daily to travel around the city. C-Train stations are not far from the neighbourhood at all.
Cambrian Heights is centrally positioned between Calgary’s major roadways. Within a few minutes, residents can be on Deerfoot Trail, Crowchild Trail or the Trans-Canada Highway. These roads allow residents to travel into the downtown core, to the airport, or head west towards the mountains.
The Cambrian Heights district allows students to choose from wide range of school options. Cambrian Heights School is a public elementary school with children from Kindergarten through to Grade 6. Asasa Private School Academy is an exclusive school from preschool to Grade 6.
King George School is a popular French immersion school for much of the northwest. St Francis High School and William Aberhart High School are both excellent options for senior high education in the area.
King George School’s focus on French is unique among other public schools, offering a full immersion program. Their school currently ranks 365th in the province. Cambrian Heights ranks 425th in the province. Both St Francis and William Aberhart rank in the top 50 high schools over the province, in both the Calgary public and the Catholic school system.
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