Capitol Hill calgary Real Estate
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Capitol Hill is crisscrossed with streets that feel secluded and very private. The homes in Capitol Hill are a mixture of all types; renovated townhomes, upscale apartments, luxury properties, and established houses.
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This real estate in Capitol Hill suits all buyers and all families. There is an abundance of activities and events for the community to enjoy. With large lots of land, big backyards, mature-aged trees, and close proximity to the best of Calgary, Capitol Hill is for sale to anybody who wishes to live in the ideal community.
Homes For Sale in Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill is a large northwest community with very close access to the centre of the city. The Trans-Canada Highway forms one border along the south, 10th St and 19th St NW form the other borders with a northern edge through the Confederation Park. It’s an orderly neighbourhood with homes laid out in an easy-to-navigate grid. Many of the houses reflect the history of the neighbourhood, built in a time when large lots of land was key to the neighbourhood. But alongside the established houses of Capitol Hill sits a number of modern homes and apartments, signs that developers are showing interest in upgrading the neighbourhood. These luxury, modern homes are signs of the new Calgary, a people that want both the access to downtown and the feel of a secluded suburb.
Four and a half thousand residents call Capitol Hill their home. These people have the choice of single-family homes (44%), duplexes (26%), apartments (13%) and a variety of converted basement suites. These represent anything from a moderately price house to a luxury apartment for upscale business people working in Calgary’s downtown core. They make slightly less than the median income of Calgary, and are younger in age as well. The average family has children living at home, ages primarily between 4-14 years of age. This demographic uses the municipal parks and green areas dotted throughout the community. 15% of the community is first-generation Canadian, slightly lower than the citywide average.
The Capitol Hill Community Association offers many activities and events to the community. It has babysitting courses, children’s sports teams, facility rentals for gatherings, and a community garden for all residents to cultivate and use. The monthly newsletter keeps residents informed about upcoming events like neighbourhood parties, Stampede breakfasts, and community-wide clean-up days.
Capitol Hill’s location in northwest Calgary places smack in the middle of many of Calgary’s finest amenities. It stands directly opposite the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, with many students choosing to live in the neighbourhood for its access to school. The campus offers courses in different fields of business, energy, public health, construction, transportation, and hospitality. Close by is the University of Calgary, another popular choice for post-secondary students both here and abroad.
Capitol Hill sits alongside the Trans-Canada Highway, allowing residents to be in Banff and the mountains in an hour, while also getting commuters into the city in less than 15 minutes. 14th St NW connects the neighbourhood with the rest of northwest Calgary and provides access for residents to Nose Hill Park, a popular attraction for outdoor lovers. This park holds kilometres of tracks and trails over the enormous grounds of native grasslands and trees. Closer to home is Confederation Park, a popular public park with city-wide events, playgrounds, picnic tables, and a public golf course to use. Kids love Confederation Park for its excellent sledding and tobogganing during the winter. The park also has many cross-country skiing trails to use during the snow season.
Across the Highway is North Hill Centre, a shopping destination for most Capitol Hill inhabitants. The mall has fitness centres, dining options, retail stores, and professional services to meet the needs of the people. The community also sits adjacent to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, a venue hosting world-class performers, artists, musicians, and shows throughout the year.
Capitol Hill Elementary is just one of the schools that residents are districted to use. This elementary serves the community as well as some of the neighbouring children. Other options include St. Pius X School, and a branch of the Calgary Montessori School, an alternative to the standard school system very popular with Capitol Hill residents.
Capitol Hill Elementary has ranked as high as 70th in the previous 5 years, a solid elementary school for kids aged Kindergarten to Grade 6. Saint Pius X in the Catholic school system, ranks 202nd in the province.
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