New Brighton, Calgary Houses, Townhouses and Duplexes For Sale
New Brighton, SE Calgary Real Estate Listings and Community Info
New Brighton is a family-friendly community in Calgary’s southeast, which features single-family houses, townhouses, and duplexes for sale, with the majority of properties being single-family homes. Explore the 2-storey homes in the area and you’ll find plenty to love – most of the homes have traditional English architecture and feature latticework, ornamental handles, and decorative shutters. While you’re considering purchasing in the community, take a breather near the 12-acre pond located near the centre of the neighborhood.
New Brighton is bounded by 130th Avenue SE to the north, 68th Avenue SE to the east, McIvor Boulevard to the south, and 52nd Avenue SE to the west.
The Way to Relax in the Southeast
Walk through the centre of the community and you’ll find a 20-acre green space that is home to a 12-acre pond. You’ll also find a variety of athletic facilities, including tennis courts, baseball diamonds and a soccer field. For the really young – or the young at heart – there’s a water splash park to enjoy.
Whether you just need to pick up a few things or do a major grocery shopping trip, you’ll be able to fill that need at South Trail Crossing. The community centre runs a variety of programs, including youth soccer, Jelly Bean dances, and a local running club.
Schools in and around the neighborhood include St. Albert the Great School, McKenzie Towne School, and Mountain Park School.
Expect a longer commute if you live in New Brighton. Deerfoot Trail and Stoney Trail are the two major routes you’ll need to familiarize yourself with, and while there’s not a C-train station close by, you can rely on the #92 McKenzie Towne and the #302 BRT SE to help you through the morning rush hour.
Each July, this family friendly community hosts an annual Stampede breakfast. Pancakes, sausage, and bacon are all on the menu – as are a variety of games and activities for kids and adults alike. Speaking of kids, you’ll find plenty of them crawling around the local playground when they’re not in school.
If you’re looking for exercise, the local running club is popular, and though its route frequently changes, you’ll have plenty of old English-style homes to run past. If you have any toddlers and want to get them outside for the summer, sign them up of the local soccer program and help them meet new friends.
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