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Northwest District Statistics
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Varsity
Varsity is an established neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It was developed in the 1960s and early 1970s on a plateau to the north of the Bow River valley and is primarily composed of Single-detached dwellings on wide lots. The neighborhood comprises three major areas: Varsity Acres, Varsity Village, and Varsity Estates. Varsity is bounded on the north and east by Crowchild Trail, on the west by the Bow River, and on the south by 32nd Avenue NW. It borders the neighborhoods of Silver Springs and Bowness on the west side, and both Montgomery and the University of Calgary campus on the south side. The easternmost portion of Varsity contains the University of Calgary Research Park. Varsity Acres is a mature neighborhood dating back to the '60s and '70s, with well kept single-family homes in quiet streets. Many of which feature rear lanes, designed to separate pedestrians from vehicular traffic. Varsity Village contains some single-family homes, but real estate here mainly consists of townhouses and lowrise and apartment-style condos. Especially with close proximity to the University of Calgary, Varsity Village is a great choice for investors seeking rental properties. Many homes and parks in Varsity Estates offer unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains Canada Olympic Park to the west, as well as the Bow River Valley to the south. Varsity Estate homes range from about $500,000 and up. Varsity Estate condos are typically townhouses, starting from the low $300,000's   VARSITY ACRES AMENITIES Varsity is located close to the market mall, local parks, Bowmont Park Natural Area, and is just north of the Alberta Children's Hospital and the University of Calgary. Crowchild Trail borders Varsity to the north and east, providing quick access to most conveniences. The active community association organizes dozens of events and activities, and the Varsity neighborhood has several sports fields, tennis courts, and outdoor skating and hockey rinks
Tuscany
Tuscany is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the western edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Stoney Trail, Bearspaw Dam Road to the south and Twelve Mile Coulee Road and the recently annexed community of Lynx Ridge and the rural acreages of Bearspaw to the west. Tuscany was established in 1994 and it was named for the region of Tuscany, Italy. Tuscany features homes by Baywest, Beattie, Cardel, Cedarglen, DaVinci, Heartland, MacCary,NuStar, Ravenview and Shane, with prices ranging from mid to high-end. Don't miss current listings from the nearby communities of Rocky Ridge Ranch, Royal Oak, and Lynx Ridge. TUSCANY AMENITIES Tuscany residents are just minutes from the Bowmont Park Natural Area, the Bow River, Canada Olympic Park and Nose Hill Park. TUSCANY SCHOOLS Schools in Tuscany and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Marion Carson Varsity Acres (Fr) Tuscany (K-4) St. Basil (Separate) St. Sylvester (Separate) St. Luke (Fr) (Separate) Junior High: F. E. Osborne Branton (Fr) St. Basil (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Fr) (Separate) Senior High: Bowness William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Silver Springs
Silver Springs is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by the Bow River and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. The Silver Springs golf course is developed in the eastern part of the community, and the Bowmont Natural Area borders the community to the south. Silver Springs was developed between 1972 and 1980.  Silver Springs real estate consists mainly of moderately priced single family homes and some townhouses. This is a popular family neighbourhood with ample green space and quiet cul-de-sacs. SILVER SPRINGS AMENITIES There are no shortages of recreation opportunities in Silver Springs - residents can choose from soccer, baseball, basketball courts, swimming pool, various types of fitness classes, two skating rinks and several local parks. The Bowmont Natural area is located steps from the community, as is the Silver Springs Golf Course. SILVER SPRINGS SCHOOLS Schools in Silver Springs and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Silver Springs W. O. Mitchell Varsity Acres (Fr) St. Sylvester (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: Montgomery Branton (Fr) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) St. Vincent de Paul (Separate) Senior High: Bowness William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Scenic Acres
Scenic Acres is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Crowchild Trail, to the east by Nose Hill Drive, to the west by Stoney Trail and to the south by Nose Hill Drive. The area was annexed by the City of Calgary in the 1960s, and the neighbourhood was established in 1981.
Royal Oak
Royal Oak is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located close to the north-western edge of the city and is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Stoney Trail, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Rocky Ridge Road. Royal Oak is located near Rocky Ridge, Calgary The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1989 (from the Municipal District of Rocky View), and Royal Oak was established in 1998. Construction in Royal Oak began in the mid-1990's, and today offers a mix of single family homes as well as condos & townhouses. Most of the homes in Royal Oak were built by Avi, Cedarglen, Jayman,Mapeland, Stepper Homes & Sterling. Royal Oak houses range from mid to high end, and condos, townhouses and duplexes are also available. Homes in Royal Oak Estates sit on a ridge overlooking the downtown and Rocky Mountains. You might also be interested in current listings from the nearby communities of Rocky Ridge Ranch &Tuscany. ROYAL OAK AMENITIES Royal Oak residents are close to the LRT, Royal Oak Shopping Centre and the pathway system. The neighbourhood offers a large clubhouse with playground, pond with paddle boats, tennis courts and a beach volleyball court. ROYAL OAK SCHOOLS Schools in Royal Oak and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Belevdere-Parkway Banff Trail (Fr) St. Dominic (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) St. Sylvester (Separate) Junior High: Simons Fraser Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Bowness William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Rocky Ridge Ranch
Rocky Ridge is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the western edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Rocky Ridge Road, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Twelve Mile Coulee Road. The land was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1989 (from the Municipal District of Rocky View), and Rocky Ridge was established in 1998.  Rocky Ridge Ranch offers both single family homes and condos (townhouses). Prices for a Rocky Ridge Ranch home range from the moderate to high end. Rocky Ridge Ranch condos start under $300,000. Neighbouring communities that might also be of interest include Lynx Ridge, Tuscany, and Royal Oak. ROCKY RIDGE RANCH AMENITIES Rocky Ridge features a modern 3,000 square foot clubhouse, pond (doubles as an ice rink in the winter), playground, beach volleyball court, tennis courts and tot lots. ROCKY RIDGE RANCH SCHOOLS Schools in Rocky Ridge Ranch and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Simon Fraser Royal Oak Banff Trail (Fr) St. Dominic (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) St. Sylvester (Separate) Junior High: Simons Fraser Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Bowness William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Ranchland
Ranchlands and Ranchland Estate is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by John Laurie Boulevard, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by Crowchild Trail and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. The area was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1961 and Ranchlands was established in 1977. Homes in Ranchlands consists mainly of single-family and some condominiums. Residents enjoy stunning mountain and downtown views. Houses in Ranchlands Estates back onto acres of greenspace. RANCHLAND AMENITIES Residents are located minutes from the Ranchlands Community Park, Ranchero Park, Nose Hill Park plus several smaller neighbourhood parks. Also in the community are tennis courts, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, outdoor skating rink, and sports fields. Crowchild Trail borders the community to the south providing a direct route to many conveniences, including downtown Calgary and the Trans-Canada Highway. Residents also take advantage of the nearby Crowfoot C-Train Station, YMCA, and Crowfoot Crossing Shopping Centre, with over 200 stores, a movie theatre and restaurants. RANCHLANDS SCHOOLS Schools in Ranchlands and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Ranchlands Varsity Acres (Fr) St. Rita (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: H.D. Cartwright Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Lynx Ridge
Lynx Ridge is a residential subdivision in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located at the extreme western edge of the city, bordered on the east by Twelve Mile Coulee Road and to the south by the Bow River. Its northern and western boundaries are the city limits and rural residential development within the area of Bearspaw. The subdivision covers 88 hectares and the Lynx Ridge Golf Club winds its way through the neighbourhood. The subdivision was established in the Municipal District of Rocky View in the late-1990s/early-2000s, and was annexed into the City of Calgary on January 1, 2005.
To get to Lynx Ridge, take 12 Mile Coulee Road south from Crowchild to Lynx Ridge Estates. Many of the homes in Lynx Ridge back right on the the golf course and feature gorgeous mountain views. LYNX RIDGE GOLF CLUB Lynx Ridge is a Bill Newis design and measures 6,826 yards and par 71. Challenging for even the most seasoned golfer, the course offers 5 tee boxes to accommodate all levels of players. The front nine, or "The Ridge," features plenty of hills and valleys. Have fun shooting over the trout pond on the 8th hole. "The Meadows," or the back nine, replaces the elevation changes with long shots, bunkers and water hazards. LYNX RIDGE SCHOOLS Schools in Lynx Ridge and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Marion Carson Varsity Acres (Fr) Tuscany (K-4) St. Basil (Separate) Holy Spirit (Separate) St. Sylvester (Separate) St. Luke (Fr) (Separate) Junior High: Branton (Fr) St. Basil (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Fr) (Separate) St. Timothy (Separate) Senior High: Bowness William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate) St. Timothy (Separate)
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Hawkwood
Hawkwood is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is bounded to the north by Country Hills Boulevard, to the east by Sarcee Trail, to the south by John Laurie Boulevard and to the west by Nose Hill Drive. Hawkwood was established in 1981. Hawkwood homes include a variety of upscale and moderately priced single family dwellings, and some townhouses. This area offers lovely mountain and city views. AMENITIES Hawkwood residents have several recreation facilities located right in the community, including: parks, sports fields, pathway access, and planned community centre, skating rink, skate park, tennis courts, and basketball court. HAWKWOOD SCHOOLS Schools in Hawkwood and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Hawkwood Varsity Acres (Fr) St. Maria Goretti (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: F.E. Osborne Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Sir Winston Churchill William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Hamptons
Hamptons is a residential neighbourhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located close to the northern edge of the city, and is bounded to the north by Stoney Trail, to the east by Shaganappi Trail, to the south by Country Hill Boulevard and to the west by Sarcee Trail. The land was annexed in two stages, the southern area in 1976 and the northern one in 1989. Homes in Hamptons are mainly single family, detached styles in varying neighbourhoods overlooking greenspace, the local park or the Country Club of the Hamptons. A few maintenance-free townhouse are also available. AMENITIES The Hamptons is close to several large stores and shopping centres, including Country Hills Village and the Crowfoot Town Centre. The 18-hole golf course at Country Club of the Hamptons is just a "golf cart ride away", and the community also features a hockey rink (with heated bleachers), kiddie rink, playground and sports fields for soccer, and baseball. HAMPTONS SCHOOLS Schools in Hamptons and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Hamptons (K-3) Varsity Acres (Fr) Captain John Palliser St. Dominic (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: Tom Baines (Gr. 7) Senator Patrick Burns Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Sir Winston Churchill William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Edgemont
Edgemont is a residential neighbourhood in northwest Calgary, Alberta, Canada, located north of the community of Dalhousie and bounded by John Laurie Boulevard to the south, Sarcee Trail to the west, Country Hills Boulevard to the north and Shaganappi Trail to the east. Much of Edgemont is a northwest extension of Nose Hill, as evidenced by the steep escarpments at the southeast end of the community. The elevated position of Edgemont (1245m at its highest) provides views of the city to the south and the Rocky Mountains to the west. The community began development in 1978. Edgemont is one of the largest neighbourhoods in the city of Calgary, and is comprised of predominantly single family homes, with a mix of low-rise condos and townhouses. Edgemont houses range in price from moderate to over a million dollars. Edgemont has some modern low level condos for the buyer looking for a low maintenance property. Situated at a higher elevation, Edgemont real estate often features lovely views of the city and Rockies. EDGEMONT AMENITIES There is no shortage of green space in this bustling community. Residents are minutes from several parks, including Edgemont Park, which feeds into the much larger Nose Hill Park. Recreational facilities include: playgrounds, access to pathways, tennis courts, skating rinks, the Edgemont Community Centre, and several sports fields. EDGEMONT SCHOOLS Schools in Edgemont and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Edgemont Captain John Palliser Banff Trail (Fr) Mother Mary Greene (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Sir Winston Churchill William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Dalhousie
Dalhousie is located in Northwest Calgary very close to nose Hill Park. The community was developed in 1967 and the association was formed in 1970. The community is also located close to light rail transit that offers quick access to downtown Calgary. Neighboring communities include Ranchlands, Varsity, Brentwood and Edgemont. Nearby schools include Dalhousie elementary, H.D. Cartwright junior high, St. Dominic elementary and West Dalhousie elementary. Dalhousie has some great homes, mainly single family, dating back to the 70's, but well kept and modernized. Dalhousie real estate consists of both single family and low level condos, such as The Phoenician. DALHOUSIE AMENITIES Dalhousie homes are in close proximity to the Crowfoot Shopping Centre, pathway system, Nose Hill Park, Bowmont Park and the Silver Springs Golf & Country Club. DALHOUSIE SCHOOLS Schools in Dalhousie and the surrounding community include: Elementary: Dalhousie West Dalhousie Banff Trail (Fr) St. Dominic (Separate) St. Luke (Separate) Junior High: H. D. Cartwright Branton (Fr) St. Jean Brebeuf (Separate) Madeleine d'Houet (Separate) Senior High: Sir Winston Churchill William Aberhart (Fr) St. Francis (Fr) (Separate)
Collingwood
Collingwood is a residential neighborhood in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is located immediately south of the Nose Hill Park and John Laurie Boulevard and west from 14th Street W. To the south it is bordered by Confederation Park, Canmore Park, and the Confederation Park Golf course. The area was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910, and Collingwood was established in 1959.  Collingwood homes consist mainly of upscale single-family homes and some low rise condos. Most homes have mountain views and are close to a local park or green space. People who buy in Collingwood, tend to stick around, and new real estate doesn't come available as often as in other neighborhoods. A Triwood Neighbourhood Considered part of the Triwood neighborhood, which also encompasses Brentwood and Charleswood, Collingwood offers the most choices for independent businesses, schools and green space. COLLINGWOOD AMENITIES Residents of Collingwood are walking distance from several large parks, including Confederation Park, Canmore, and Nose Hill Park. Recreation facilities include a local golf course and driving range, tennis courts, toboggan hill, hockey and skating rinks, and sports fields. When it comes to shopping or commuting, the LRT is located minutes away in Brentwood, and 14 St. NW goes through the neighborhood.
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