Northwest Calgary Real Estate
Calgary’s northwest quadrant has excellent choice of real estate properties to select from. Ranging from multimillion dollar luxury homes, townhouses, condos, single family homes, new construction, custom built homes and properties that offer river or lake frontage or are located near the water. Popular Northwest Calgary neighbourhoods include Arbour Lake, Charleswood, Citadel, Edgemont, Evanston, Hamptons, Hawkwood, Nolan Hill and Panorama Hills.
Offering a large number of amenities and attractions, real estate in Northwest Calgary are quite popular among all buyers. Need assistance with choosing the right neighbourhood for you, contact us.
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Popular North West Calgary Communities
The attractions of Calgary's Northwest communities greatly appeal to adventure seekers and outdoor enthusiasts. There are numerous exciting adventures for the whole family within these communities. As well, just a short trip away, are national parks offering endless skiing, snowboarding, and extreme trekking opportunities. Northwest Calgary is a fantastic place to call home.
- Calaway Park – When you need a little family fun, head over to Calaway Park for rides, shows, games, street performers and mouthwatering treats.
- Lougheed House – This gorgeous 2.8-acre estate was built in 1891. They offer tours here, or you can simply roam the beautifully manicured grounds. This is a preferred place for weddings, just in case you have one planned in the near future.
- Butterfield Acres Children’s Farm – If you have children, they will never want to leave this place. There is a real farm environment where you can get up-close to plenty of animals, including horses, ponies, goats, lambs, piglets, donkeys, alpacas, cows, emus, bunnies, chicks and more.
- Canada Olympic Park – If you are an adrenaline-junkie, you'll feel right at home at Canada Olympic Park. You will find the fastest zip line in North America, a ski jump tower, bobsled track, ice complex, mountain bike trails, miniature golf and more.
- Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame – Established in 1955, this is one of most prestigious sport halls in the country. There are exhibits to explore, educational programs and more.
- Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra – One of North America’s finest live music ensembles can be appreciated here. The CPO puts on approximately 65 concerts per season, ranging from family favourites to classical, to rock 'n roll.
- Chinook Rafting – Although Calgary is well-known for its winter events, one must not forget that the fast-moving waters of the river valleys provide endless opportunities for adventure in the summer. Whitewater rafting is a way of life here, regardless of your experience level.
PARKS IN NORTHWEST CALGARY
- Nose Hill Park – This natural environment offers an abundance of hiking trails, native grassland, designated off-leash areas and a ton of wildlife. Measuring 1,129 hectares, Nose Hill Park is one you can explore daily and always see something new.
- Riley Park – Although small in size, this park is a popular favourite among residents, primarily for its wading pool. There is also a cricket pitch, a memorial rock garden, picnic sites and a playground.
- Shouldice Park – If you are into walking, jogging, cycling or rollerblading, this is the park for you. Here you'll find a relaxing neighbourhood park and an athletic park all rolled into one. Paved trails can be found throughout, and there are tennis courts, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, picnic sites, fire pits, batting cages and access to the Bow River.
- McHugh Bluff – This is a popular park for walkers and joggers, primarily for the great views. It is easy to forget you are actually exercising when you stroll along trails surrounded by native and introduced grasses, exotic shrubs and plenty of birds, including American robins, nuthatches, chickadees and Black-billed magpies.
- Edgeport Ravine – Both paved pathways and hiking trails run through this park. The ravines here are quite steep, providing the perfect growing condition for willow, Trembling aspen, cattails and numerous flower species. This is also a popular place to see White-tailed deer, coyotes and Red-winged blackbirds.
- Confederation Park – Nature and wildlife are in abundance at this beautiful park. Although the pathways certainly get used a lot in the summer, this is a popular place in the winter to go cross-country skiing and tobogganing.
- Bowness Park – Here is another fantastic park for the person who loves to stay active. Here there is Bow River access, an outdoor skating rink in the winter, spray park in the summer, cross-country skiing and walking paths.
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Listing information last updated on January 20th, 2020 at 7:00pm MST.