Windsor Park calgary Real Estate
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Windsor Park, although lying in the middle of very affluent areas, is an affordable option of a neighbourhood. The homes for sale in Windsor Park have great enmities, perfect school systems, and a transportation infrastructure that works very well.
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Real estate in Windsor Park is always at a premium due to this location, a neighbourhood surrounded by Calgary’s best parks and views. It has the distinct advantage of the location although the homes and apartments here can suit anybody’s budget. Find a home in Windsor Park and it will hard to leave.
Homes For Sale in Windsor Park
The Windsor Park community is in Calgary’s south-western quadrant, although it is more closely associated with the inner city communities. This quiet residential area is perfect for families and singles alike.
It borders affluent neighbourhoods like Bel-Aire, Mayfair, and Britannia, so it is afforded the same luxury amenities as many of them. The community is bounded by Macleod Trail, the Calgary Golf and Country Club. 58th Ave, and 50th Ave. This nicely sections off a portion of the southwest that contains many varieties of homes.
The people here are very happy. Over 4400 people live in this quaint community. It has a lower than average income rate, which is also reflected in the decreased proportion of residents with secondary degrees and certifications. The community is changing all the time.
Only 37% of the population have lived here over 5 years, meaning that there are plenty of opportunities to find a home for sale in Windsor Park. The majority percentage of housing options is the apartment complexes, many of them low-rise units that feel more neighbourly and spacious than densely packed.
The single-family home is actually the least popular option as many choose to find affordable duplexes and attached townhomes to live. 26% of the community are immigrants, people who have migrated from places like the Philippines, Russia, Europe, or China. The main household is small, a couple living with 1 or two children at home. Other than that, there are a lot of people living on their own, usually professionals who work close to the downtown core.
The Windsor Park Community Association does offer few events, although it is not as active as other communities. That being said, ti offers programs and events like yoga classes, facility hall rentals, and community clean-up days to maintain the integrity of the neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood of Windsor Park takes advantage of its position in a big way. First of all, it’s just a quick trip down Macleod Trail, Elbow Drive or along the Calgary Train line to the downtown core. The community has several entry points for commuters wanting to go to the city’s centre. Chinook Station is the closest C-Train stop. Elbow Drive provides a pleasant and easy journey into the heart of downtown.
Chinook Centre is very close by, the largest shopping mall in Calgary. It has offer 250 retail offerings like stores, high-end fashion labels, restaurants, professional services, and speciality shops. Every day, tens of thousands of visitors come to Chinook to find what they’re looking for. The Britannia Plaza is very close as well, a trendy centre for local businesses. The community is very close to several little stores and restaurants along Macleod Trail as well.
Residents of Windsor Park take their strolls along the Elbow River and visit places like Sandy Beach Park or River Park. These public places have off-leash areas, paths and trails, cross country skiing, and tobogganing. The trails along the river extend all the way into the city to where the Elbow meets the Bow.
The Calgary Golf & Country Club is located wholly within this community. This very private course is Calgary’s oldest operating golf course. It is an extremely luxurious course with high-end members from all over Calgary. It is also home to several restaurants like Browns Socialhouse Britannia and Carl's Jr.
The schools in Windsor Park are private learning centres. The public school districts, both normal and Catholic, are found all throughout the neighbouring communities. These include Elboya School, a Kindergarten through to Grade 9 school with French immersion programs and great athletics. Elboya is ranked highly in the province as an elementary school, 128th according to the Fraser Institute. Lord Shaughnessy High School is nearby as well as St Augustine Elementary and Junior High School. The public charter Calgary Girls School is located nearby and provides excellent academic programs tailored to an exclusive girls’ only environment.
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