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The older neighbourhood of St Andrews Heights does have a few surprises within these streets. The community may be old, but the homes here are worthy of a second look. Real estate in St Andrews Heights has seen a boom with many newer homes popping up in the place of the older bungalows that typically would be here.
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The new homes in this community only increase the value of all the homes for sale. St Andrews Heights has the benefit of world-class health facilities nearby as well as the premium location on Calgary’s largest road systems. If there is another option for a neighbourhood, pass it up as this is the best neighbourhood in Calgary for any home buyer.
St Andrews Heights Houses For Sale
St Andrews Heights has the distinction of sitting on some prime real estate. The community cits alongside Crowchild Trail and the Trans-Canada Highway. These two roads allow premium access to much of the city as well as the mountain to the west.
Residents can use the roads to quickly get into the heart of the city or travel the length of Calgary easily. The Foothills hospital as well as the bluffs overlooking the river valley below.
The community of St Andrews Heights is unique and varied, a quite distinct community because of where it sits. The community has expanded these last 5 years to now have over 1600 residents living in the housing options here. Those options are mainly the single-family homes found throughout the community.
These homes are a mixture, older bungalows that were built decades ago, and newer homes built right beside them. These older homes have been razed to make way for newer apartments and townhomes for people that want to live here and make St Andrews Heights their home.
The average income is slightly lower but a look at some of the houses here will tell the story that there are many affluent families living in the neighbourhood. 16% of the community are first-generation Canadians, a lower proportion to the rest of the city. A very high percentage of the community believes in education.
Just 6% of the neighbourhood don’t have any type of diploma or degree. Half of the residents have lived in homes in St Andrews Heights for over 5 years, a sign that the community has good standing with those who live there.
The St Andrews Heights Community Association is, by all measures, a pretty standard community association. It offers much the same types of events, programs, and courses that other associations offer. They do good work to make their community a better place through their programs and events. They keep the community informed about upcoming information through a monthly newsletter.
St Andrews Heights homes have good views of the overlooking river valley as well as the city skyline. The view is just one feature of what the residents here can enjoy. For one, the community is shared by the campus of the Foothills Medical Centre, a state-of-the-art facility that offers world-class health care right on the doorstep of the community. Nearby is the Alberta Children’s Hospital. The hospital has 34 different schools of medicine and a staff of 150 researchers whose sole job is to investigate diseases and illnesses of children.
The University of Calgary is also very close, a popular university that has 20,000 enrolled students. The campus is larger than the downtown core itself.
Just down the road is the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, another post-secondary school that has at least 10,000 enrolled students every year.
There are some green spaces in the community managed by St Andrew's Heights Community Association:
St Andrews Heights can use Calgary Transit at the nearby University station or Banff Trail station. This will take commuters quickly into the city centre, a time-saving and convenient way to get to the core downtown area.
The schools in St Andrews Heights offer students many options for education. Branton Junior High is a French immersion school with a fully bilingual program for many students in the Northwest. Queen Elizabeth School and Queen Elizabeth High School are also good options. William Aberhart High School and Louise Dean School are good options that don’t require much driving to access.
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