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Bowness Real Estate Listings
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Bowness' location on the western tip of the city places it perfectly in one of the most serene areas of the city. The Trans-Canada highway and easy access to the mountains are minutes away.
Bowness spans 5.6 square kilometres, making it one of the largest communities in Calgary in terms of area. You will find a wide range of single-family detached properties, from cozy prairie bungalows to large and modern luxury properties with large lots for yard space. However, you will also have access to several duplexes, townhomes, and apartments.
Bowness is filled with local and small businesses, a strong sense of community, and several natural wonders!
Amenities, Attractions, & Entertainment
Bowness is filled with local and small businesses, a strong sense of community, and several natural wonders. There are numerous fully equipped playgrounds, several grocery stores, and the Bowness Sportsplex, which contains an arena, community boardroom, studio room, and commercial kitchen.
You will be spoiled for choice for athletic venues, with proximity to Valley Ridge Golf Course, Calgary West Campground, Shouldice Athletic Park, and WinSport, formally known as Canada Olympic Park.
Parks, Trails & Green Spaces
Those who live in Bowness easily maintain a healthy and active lifestyle, with several of the city's best parks in proximity, including Bowmont Park, Baker Park, and Mackintosh Park.
You will enjoy easy access to Bowness Park, one of the best parks in the city! The park offers access to the Bow River and Bowness Park Lagoon. You will enjoy picnics, boating, dips in the lake on a hot summer day, and quality time on the ice in the winter.
With Edworthy Park in the southeast portion of the community, you can immerse yourself in 1.27 square kilometres of Boreal forest containing aspen, weeping willow, and balsam poplar. There is access to 5 kilometres of trails near the Bow River pathway that allows for cycling, hiking, jogging, rollerblading, and skateboarding.
There are several schools within the area;
- Belvedere Parkway School, (K-6)
- Bowcroft High School, (6-9): German Bilingual Program
- Thomas B. Riley School (7-9)
- Bowness High School (10-12): Advanced Placement Courses, Off-Campus Work Experience.
- River valley School, (Pre-K-6): Private School
- Calgary French & International School, (Pre-K-12): Private School, French Immersion Program.
- Calgary Waldorf School.(K-9): Private School, Waldorf Program.
Transportation & Accessibility
Maneuvering through Bowness is a pleasant experience, with numerous bike trails available. The Bow River Pathway will allow for a serene 13-kilometre bike ride downtown. Additionally, there are several segmented bike lanes throughout the community.
Four bus routes within Bowness allow a 30-minute commute as far north as Tuscany, east as Varsity, and south as Rosscarrock.
There is also easy access to Stony Trail for those who seek to bypass busier routes through 16th Avenue North and Deerfoot trail, which encircles most of the city. Lovers of the mountains will enjoy quick and easy access to the Trans-Canada highway, which whisks you away, westbound to the mountains!
You will have three main routes to the downtown core by car via Bowness Road NW, eastbound on the Trans-Canada Highway, or Sarcee and Bow Trail SW. With ideal driving conditions, you will get to your destination in under 25 minutes, regardless of your path.
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