Which neighbourhood should you live in
Thinking of moving to Calgary or moving neighbourhoods maybe? What do you enjoy doing and how does that affect where you live? We believe it should largely impact where you decide to live in the city! Wouldn’t you be happier living where the things you love best about Calgary are walking distance to your home. Do you love river walks, getting to the mountains, popular new restaurants, quietness away from the city? Luckily in this city there are neighbourhoods for all of these!
If you love going for walks, runs, playing sports in parks or by the river here are a few neighbourhoods you might want to consider.
Banff Trail, Capitol Hill, Varsity, Mount Pleasant, Edgemont, Bowness, Canyon Meadows, Parkland, Parkdale, Lakeview, Deer Run, Chaparral Valley, Douglasdale, Silver Springs, Britannia
If you love the inner city buzz, checking out the hottest new restaurants, walking to trendy coffee shops and shopping at boutiques here are a few neighbourhoods you might like.
Mission, Inglewood, Ramsay, Sunnyside, Altadore, South Calgary, Bridgeland, Beltline, Bankview, Killarney
If you like a quite neighbourhood with easy access to get out to the mountains on your every weekend for hiking, snow shoeing, skiing and more check out some of these neighbourhoods.
Bowness, Tuscany, West Springs, Aspen, Signal Hill, Springbank Hill,
If you have a growing family and want to enjoy a newer house, have a private lake to go swimming, skating and play at the park you might want to check out some of these neighbourhoods.
Mahogany, Auburn Bay, Chaparral, Sundance, Midnapore, McKenzie Lake
Are you handy and looking for an investment or just wanting a project you can make your own? Here are some great neighbourhoods you can find some older homes that with a little TLC will shine and get you some return on your money and hard work!
Fairview, Acadia, Haysboro, Deer Run, Cedarbrea, Breaside, Thorncliff, Hunting Hills, Highwood, North Haven, Oakridge