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Included below are homes for sale in Inglewood, a neighbourhood in Calgary City Centre; these MLS® listings are updated every 15 minutes.
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Inglewood Real Estate Listings
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The community is contained within a larger land area of 2.5 square kilometres, and the historic venue was one of the first settled communities after the construction of Fort Calgary in 1875. Nearly a century and a half later, Inglewood is now a vibrant and bustling hub of shopping and arts, with a wonderful blend of the city's contemporary and vintage elements.
You will immediately notice the architectural styles are unique and varied, adding to the neighbourhood's artistic flair. There are traditional, single-story edifices with spectacular, newly renovated interiors, charming multi-story detached homes with backyard plots, brand-new condominiums, and much more.
Inglewood benefits from being within a Business Revitalization Zone, with proceeds continuously reinvested into the maintenance and development of the community. As a resident, you will enjoy proximity to the charming communities of Ramsay and Manchester.
Amenities, Attractions, & Entertainment
Inglewood provides an enhanced shopping experience with hundreds of local businesses, trendy thrift stores with unique offerings, up-scale boutiques, cafes, coffee connoisseurs, and restaurants. The Esker Foundation, Inglewood Fine Arts, The Collectors' Gallery Of Art, and several others, maintain intense appeal. There is an abundance of breweries in the surrounding area, which draw great interest from all corners of the city, and is a must-visit for tourists to Calgary.
In the summer, the area bursts into life with events such as Sunfest, country-style outdoor shopping even with live performances, and numerous on-stage performances. The locale is home to the Ironwood Stage and Grill, making it the ideal venue for the Calgary International Folk Festival and several more festivals throughout the year! All these events contribute to the community's touristic appeal, with the area experiencing tens of thousands of visitors annually.
The Inglewood Golf & Curling Club offers unlimited rounds to members, a golfing simulator, practice amenities, and a driving range. The Curling Club is regarded as one of the best in the province, and you are sure to take your game to the next level with its facilities!
The district also has several relics of the past, such as Fort Calgary, Alcove Of The Muse, and Colonel Walker House Museum maintains the area's connection to the past. Youngsters will also love the Inglewood Bicycle Pump Track, Inglewood Aquatic Centre, and Bow Habitat Station!
Parks, Trails & Green Spaces
Pearce Estate Park is a picturesque 21-hectare venue containing 15-hectare of wetlands such as ponds and streams. There are playgrounds, pathways, and trails that wind along the Bow River, river passages with lookout points on the site. The park is home to a wide variety of bird species, providing an excellent bird-watching experience right in your backyard.
Near the foot of the community, you will find the Inglewood Wildlands, with river views, benches, and paths and trails for family walks, jogs, and cycling. The space is a nature preserve and is well-maintained, making it an excellent venue to re-centre after long work periods.
Within the immediate area of Inglewood, you will find;
- Colonel Walker School,(K-6)
- Rideau Park School (K-9)
- Western Canada High School (10-12): International Baccalaureate Program, French Immersion, Off-Campus Work Experience.
Transportation & Accessibility
Two main bus lines operate within Inglewood and provide a 30-minute commute to as far north as Tuxedo Park, east as Applewood Park, south as Valleyfield, and west as West Village. Construction on Calgary's Green Line has begun, and Inglewood will boasts one of 15 stations on the LRT route.
Inglewood enjoys easy access to the Deerfoot Trail, and Blackfoot Trail SE, via 17th Avenue SE. A commute to the downtown core will be completed in a mere 10 minutes under ideal conditions via 9th Avenue SE or Memorial Drive.
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