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Highwood Real Estate Listings
|$500,000 - $600,000
|$600,000 - $700,000
Highwood Park was named after the nearby Nose Hill Park, originally known as "Highwood Park." The area was primarily developed as a residential neighbourhood comprising a mix of bungalows, bi-levels, and two-story houses. The majority of the homes in Highwood were built in the 1950s and 1960s, and many of them have since been renovated or updated.
In recent years, there has been an increase in infill development in the neighbourhood, which has resulted in the construction of new, modern homes that blend in with the existing architecture. Some newer homes feature contemporary designs, including clean lines, large windows, and open floor plans.
Amenities, Attractions, & Entertainment
Highwood is also home to the Calgary Winter Club, which offers members access to a range of athletic facilities and social events. For entertainment, Highwood residents can visit nearby malls like Northland Mall or Market Mall, which offer shopping and dining options.
The community also hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Highwood Stampede Breakfast and the Highwood Harvest Festival. The Highwood Outdoor Pool is a popular spot during the summer months, and the community also has several sports fields and playgrounds.
Parks, Trails & Green Spaces
Highwood is a green community with several parks and green spaces, including Highwood Park, Colonel Frederick Osborne Park, and Cambrian Heights Park. Nose Hill Park, located just to the north of the locale, is a 2,700-acre natural park with trails, picnic areas, and breathtaking views of the city.
You will find the following schools within the community and surrounding areas;
Highwood School (K-4): Mandarin Bilingual Program
Colonel Irvine School (5-9): Mandarin Bilingual Program
James Fowler High School (10-12): Advanced Placement Courses, Off-Campus Work Experience.
Transportation & Accessibility
The community is also located near major roadways, including McKnight Boulevard, John Laurie Boulevard, and Deerfoot Trail. This makes it easy for residents to access other parts of the city by car or public transit. Several bus lines within the community allow a 30-minute commute as far north as Country Hills Village, east as Sunridge, south as the downtown core, and west as Rocky Ridge.
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