Listing Info Sage Hill Homes For Sale
Find the newest Sage Hill homes for sale below. Sage Hill is part of Calgary’s newest developments in the north of the city. This neighbourhood is still developing and growing as a key community of Calgary’s “new north” The neighbourhood has been established for a few years, but homes for sale in Sage Hill continue to grow every year. Real estate in Sage Hill has been a hot commodity since its inception. This is due to the position along the ring road and the announcement of the new Green Line C-Train which will service this area of the city. The residents are flocking to this community for its family-friendly appeal and modern lifestyle choices. A peaceful life in Sage Hill, this is what northern Calgarians are looking for.
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Sage Hill Houses For Sale
BROWSE NORTH CALGARY COMMUNITIES
Sage Hill is a northern community, situated along Calgary’s northern edge with a view to become one of the top neighbourhoods in this area. As the neighbouring communities continue to grow, Sage Hill only rises in status and appeal. The community is defined by the borders of 144th Ave NW, Shaganappi Trail, Symons Valley Parkway, and the community of Evanston along the eastern line. This suburban neighbourhood is a mixture of the residential and the commercial, with a large presence of business and stores setting up to serve the neighbouring communities.
The people of Sage Hill are still growing in number. Three years ago, the population was just 1750, and now it’s over 3900 residents. That number will only grow as developers and builders continue to add housing to the neighbourhood. The majority of the population here choose to live in single-family housing. A small percentage of townhomes and duplexes are available, but there are modern apartments and condos planned for the future. The people here lead a comfortable life. The community is very affluent in nature with the average income much higher than the standard figures around the rest of the city. 20% of the demographics are made up of first-generation Canadians, new here from several different nationalities. There is no one single people group living here. A very high percentage of the neighbourhood living here value their education. Only 6% of the community doesn’t hold a high school diploma or above. The neighbourhood has seen tremendous influx with the majority of the people moving to Sage Hill in the last year alone. The demographics are very young, with the average resident here just 30 years old, one of the youngest skewed ages in the city.
The Sage Hill Community Association is in constant contact with the residents here, continuing to grow and expand the bonds between the people. They offer programs to help connect households together such as sports, family fun days, and many more events throughout the year.
The Sage Hill population has a lot to use for their daily needs. Shopping is most convenient, one of the features of living here. The developers of this neighbourhood ensured that people wouldn’t feel secluded so they designed many areas for grocery stores and professional services in the community. Sage Hill Plaza is so well designed that neighbouring communities all trek towards here to find their basic needs met. Further shopping can be done at CrossIron Mills, one of the key shopping centres of this region. It’s the largest single-level shopping complex in the province with several different stores available for residents to use.
Several creeks, park, and green spaces flow through the community. With several options for outdoor spaces, residents here find that fences are fewer and neighbour interactions are higher. Walking, biking, and cross country skiing are easier along these neighbourhood trails. For more options, residents can visit the Inland Athletic Park along Stoney Trail. This park has ball diamonds, soccer fields, and many more sporting grounds to use.
For transportation, Sage Hill is well situated. Travel along Stoney Trail is only going to get easier once the complete ring road is done in 2021. This will allow residents to quickly get to any corner of the city with ease. Travel to the airport can be done in minutes. The city centre is easily reached along Deerfoot Trail, and the rest of the province is open along Deerfoot Trail and Highway 1A.
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Listing information last updated on February 22nd, 2020 at 3:15pm CST.