Cliff Bungalow calgary Real Estate
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This inner city community has a residential feel while in close proximity to the best of the downtown. Cliff Bungalow real estate is perfect for the small family or single homeowner who wants to live close to it all. The residential area is off the major roads and feel removed from the hustle of the big city. There is excellent shopping, world-class schools, and good transportation options for a neighbourhood that prefers to use it. The homes in Cliff Bungalow are mature, established places where Calgarians love to live.
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Homes For Sale in Cliff Bungalow
This long, narrow community sits just outside of the central core to Calgary’s downtown. Just a few blocks wide from 4th St SW and from 17th Ave to the Elbow River, this community is a featured part of Calgary for shopping. The residences are in low-rise apartments or set back from the main streets in larger houses or townhomes. This community feels very established with large, mature trees in several yards and older-style homes alongside newer renovated housing options. Luxury apartments and moderately-priced townhouses are the norm for this community. The houses are surprisingly large for an inner city neighbourhood, with many houses priced in the 7-figures. There are 340 single-family homes in this community, making up 17% of the available dwelling options. The vast majority are apartments, giving entry to lower-income families who work close to downtown.
Cliff Bungalows residents were once made up of Canadian Pacific Railway employees, and now they make up a large proportion of the downtown working class. Over 2000 people call this their home, 17% of which are first-generation Canadians. This could be considered a fairly upscale community with many inhabitants having post-secondary degrees and good careers in the workforce. It’s a younger demographic that choose to live here, at least 4 years younger on average than anywhere else. There are few families living here, many with children who are younger than 14.
The Cliff Bungalow-Mission Community Association embraces the neighbourhood through its events and programs. With membership, residents can use the facilities on hand, participate in neighbourhood-wide events, and enrol in courses and classes offered to those living here. The association has a community garden that welcomes all to participate and cultivate.
Cliff Bungalow is small in size but sits alongside many amenities that it can use. One popular activity for residents is to stroll along the Elbow River. This beautiful path lines the river and walks by some of the most prestigious real estate in all of Calgary. The pathways extend for kilometres in both directions. Along the river, it travels through Stanley Park, a favourite location for picnics, playgrounds, amateur sports and tobogganing in the winter. It also holds one of Calgary’s oldest lawn bowls sites.
Along 4th Street is one of Calgary’s prime shopping districts. It’s lined with several retail options and top eatery choices. It’s been redeveloped in the past 10 years to include many new stores and restaurants, further increasing the value of the community. Not far from the community is the downtown area. It has many more of Calgary’s best retail and restaurant options, many of which are in the Core Shopping Centre.
Beside Cliff Bungalow is the Repsol Sports Centre, an athletic centre with full sized swimming pools, diving tanks, and a 10m diving platform. The centre also includes a full-equipped fitness centre, several studios for classes, steam room and sports recovery cold tub, running tracks, and gyms for sports. This centre is a fitness destination for much of the downtown area. Also, the Stampede Park is very near, home to the Calgary Flames and the yearly Calgary Stampede. This brings hundreds of thousands of visitors every year to this area of Calgary, and the community benefits from the influx of people.
Within and surrounding Cliff Bungalow, there are several school options for students to choose. On 17th Ave is Western Canada High School, a popular senior high in Calgary with a solid reputation. Also nearby is St. Mary’s High School, a Catholic school with many students from all over Calgary. Earl Grey School, St Monica School, and Rideau Park School are all nearby and all present good school options.
Rideau Park is an elementary school serving K-6 students in this area. It ranks very well, currently 21st in the whole province according to the Fraser Institute. The school maintains a standard of excellence with smaller classroom sizes, a focus on parent/teacher coordination, and good academic programs. Western Canada is very similar, ranking in the top 20 schools with a focus on academic excellence through its prestigious International Baccalaureate program.
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