Listing Info Shawnessy Homes For Sale
Find the newest Shawnessy homes for sale below. The true benefit to living in Shawnessy is the wonderful atmosphere of a family-friendly neighbourhood that is perfectly positioned to enjoy the best that south Calgary has to offer. The real estate in Shawnessy is designed to suit your needs, your growing family that desires security and amenities at your doorstep. With public transit, world-class shopping, and the best schools in Western Canada right here, what else could you need? To find out if homes for sale in Shawnessy can suit you, read on below.
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Shawnessy Homes For Sale
BROWSE SOUTH CALGARY COMMUNITIES
Shawnessy is one of the central neighborhoods in Calgary’s south. It belongs to a group of residential neighbourhoods built around 1980-1990. The houses here are a mixture of single-family homes, designed for families to have affordable housing with room to grow. The boundaries to Shawnessy are Macleod Trail. Shawnessy Blvd, James McKevitt Blvd, and 162nd Ave SW.
Almost 10,000 people call Shawnessy their home. And from that population, although you’ll find a cross section of type of people here, you can infer what you need to know about the community. The majority of the homes are single-family houses. Many of them set on standard sized lots of land. There are at least ten times as many houses as there are townhomes or apartments, the other minority choices found here. The community is middle-aged, a good mixture of young and older children represented here. The average household is a family with at least 2 children living at home. It’s not the large percentage of young families we see in communities like Auburn Bay, but it’s also not a mature community like Woodbine or Oakridge. People here live in their homes for a while. Just two-thirds of the population stay in Shawnessy for at least 5 years, while the rest either upsize or downsize in alternative neighbourhoods. The average wage earned is about average, maybe a little higher than Calgary’s standard. We also see a good mixture of nationalities represented here, with an immigrant population of nearly 30% of the community. Everyone feels welcomed and safe living in Shawnessy.
The Shawnessy Community Association meets in its own residents facility,The Barn, and holds events like dances, festivals and fairs, galleries, adult education, sporting events, and several other community initiatives. The goal of this volunteer organisation is to have the residents of Shawnessy be connected with each other, look out for each other, and maintain the community in which they live. They also help present a united front to the city council in matters that affect the entire population here.
By understanding the people, we can understand more about the homes. But by understanding the amenities, we can see the attraction for people to move here. For one, the community has seen massive upgrades in the past decade, giving it a massive shopping complex just off Macleod Trail. The development to build this complex resulted in several hundred stores, restaurants, professional services, and much more. The community enjoys all of this within walking distance and can get any need filled that they have.
Much of the community has resolved to take public transit for their commute, due in part to the new C-Train station in Shawnessy. The C-Train allows passengers a direct line into the city and gets people where they need to go in the city quickly. The C-Train shuttles over 100 million riders every year on an efficient system that’s been compared to Europe’s railways. But for those wanting to travel by car, Macleod Trail is an access point to get into the city as well. One anticipated development is the completion of the Stoney Trail ring road in 2022 which will improve the mobility of many people living here.
The schools in Shawnessy aren’t just some of the best in the city, they are among the best in Western Canada. Father Doucet School is a Catholic school, a faith-based system that is currently ranked 8th in Alberta against 800+ other elementary schools. Father Doucet offers Kindergarten to Grade 6 classes for students that want to excel in the classroom. Other schools in Shawnessy are Janet Johnstone Elementary School and Samuel W Shaw School.
Beyond the borders of the community, we find Bishop O‘Byrne High School, a Catholic High School with a top 20 ranking against all public high schools in Alberta. There is also Glenmore Christian Academy, a private school for children aged in classes K-9 for private education that is extremely efficient and adept. Athletics, fine arts, and academics are all well-represented at this private school that is much more affordable than similar private schools in Calgary.
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Listing information last updated on December 7th, 2019 at 1:45pm CST.