Kingsland calgary Real Estate
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It’s surprising what people say about Kingsland. It’s a community that has more under the surface than first appears to offer. This southwest Calgary community is perfect for families, young couples, or professionals looking for easy commutes. The homes for sale in Kingsland are a mixture of houses and apartments, suiting just about every budget and need. Kingsland real estate offers investment opportunities as well as excellent homes to choose from. Part and parcel of living here is being part of a strong, healthy, vibrant, diverse community. This is a true example of what Calgary living looks like.
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Homes For Sale in Kingsland
The of Kingsland is probably bigger than you first thought. It can be easily mistaken for a small community offset by commercial and industrial and on either side. BUt within the boundaries, there are a number of excellent homes for you to choose from. The community is bordered by Glenmore Trail, Macleod Trail, Elbow Dr, and Heritage Dr. Yes, there are a number of shops and stores in this community, and behind them are a becvy of housing options that is the home to thousands of Calgarians.
The neighbourhood is actually home to just under 5000 residents. They tend to live in close proximity to each other with a number of options for housing here. The number one choice is actually the apartment, representing over half of the housing choices. Next, we find the single-family home, with townhomes and duplexes following up in small numbers. As for the population of people, we find one-quarter of the community is first-generation Canadian with several nationalities numbered here. The community tends to make a slightly lower amount per year in their jobs, and many find good employment around their neighbourhood.
The primary form of commuting is a private vehicle, but the public transit options open up the neighbourhood to any family. Speaking of family, there are a large number of middle-aged families, neither skewing young nor old in demographics. The community is very friendly to families. There a good amount of opportunities to live here, with just 40% of the neighbourhood living here for 5 years or more, opening homes all the times for purchase.
The Kingsland Community Association is one of those Calgary associations that benefits more than just the residents here. With a community hall and recreational facilities to rent, there are a number of neighbouring homes that use the services here. But the association targets their efforts towards residents, crafting events and launching programs aimed at bringing people together and cementing them in the community for the long term.
The community offers many options for residents, with great shopping being high on the list. Asking a resident here, they will speak about how easy it is to find and purchase anything you need. With major shopping nearby at Chinook Centre and all along Macleod Trail, it’s very easy to get what you need when you need it. Within the borders of the community are great restaurants and stores like:
Access is one of the driving factors for finding real estate in Kingsland. Access to shopping is just one, but also access for transportation. The Heritage and Chinook C-Train stations are within walking distance of many residents. The C-Train efficiently moves over 100 million riders around Calgary to get where they need to go. Macleod Trail and Glenmore Trail are major roads that get commuters where they need to go quickly. Even Elbow Dr is a less-used entry point into the downtown core that is frequented by residents of Kingsland.
For their recreational needs, something that goes beyond what the community hall can offer, residents turn to Glenmore Reservoir and parks like North Glenmore Park. They also have easy access to the Elbow River for its trails and municipal parks as well. Small green spaces are found throughout the community for children to play, run, and have fun year-round.
The neighbourhood is blessed to be surrounded by schooling options. In Kingsland itself, there is St.Augustine fine arts School, a Catholic elementary school with good rankings for classes from Kindergarten to Grade 9. Nearby, we also have Chinook Park School and Henry Wise Wood High School. Bishop Grandin High School is next door in Haysboro and offers an alternative to public schooling in a faith-based environment. It’s a popular school that attracts students from many neighbourhoods around the area.
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