Collingwood, Calgary Houses, Condos and Duplexes For Sale
Collingwood, NW Calgary Real Estate Listings and Community Info
Collingwood is a northwest Calgary community that features a selection of single-family homes, condos, and side by side duplexes for sale, with the majority of properties being single-family houses. If you and your family desire something a little larger than the average bungalow, you should take a look at Collingwood’s luxury homes and estates. Explorers will want to lace up their hiking boots and check out Nose Hill Park, and post-secondary students will be happy to note they’re a short drive from both the University of Calgary and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). Collingwood is bounded by Nose Hill Park to the north, 14th Street NW to the east, the Confederation Park Golf Course to the south, and 19th Street NW to the west.
Your Post-Secondary Adventure
Head to the north side of Collingwood and you’ll come across a bike path that runs through a long green space. Stay on this path and it connects you to Nose Hill Park, which is one of the largest urban parks in Canada. If you go to the south side of the community, be sure to bring your golf clubs – Confederation Park Golf Course awaits. For shopping, there’s a strip mall on the eastern side of the community – through many residents prefer to visit Brentwood Village when they need to get their major shopping done.
Collingwood School and St. Francis High School are both in the community.
Post-secondary students can hop in their car and drive down 14th Street NW to head to SAIT, or head a few blocks west to make their way to the University of Calgary. If you’re interested in traversing the city, John Laurie Boulevard turns into McKnight, which connects directly to Deerfoot Trail – though you should be warned that traffic can get ugly on McKnight. University C-train station is a short bus ride away, and the #4 Huntington and #5 North Haven bus lines both run through the neighborhood.
Come the weekend, gather the family and head up to Nose Hill to try and find the most stunning view of downtown Calgary. Or grab some hot chocolate and hike up the hill on a crystal clear winter night – and you might just be able to see the Northern Lights. When spring rolls back around, polish off your irons and go golfing at the Confederation Park Golf Course. And once fall returns? Challenge yourself to take the long way to school – and walk through the falling leaves on your way to the University of Calgary.
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