Southwest Calgary


Somerset is situated in Calgary's southwest quadrant, bounded by Macleod Trail to the east, 22X (Stoney Trail) to the south, Spruce Meadows Trail to the west, and Bridlewood to the north. Before its development as a residential neighbourhood, Somerset was a rural area that was primarily used for agriculture. The locale is now a beautiful, quiet and relaxed neighbourhood known for its large family homes, safety, and security. 

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $435K
Lowest Price $175K
Highest Price $720K
Total Listings 8
Avg. Days On Market 14
Avg. Price/SQFT $313

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Somerset Real Estate Listings

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The Area

Somerset spans a comfortable 2.4 square kilometres, affording its resident's ample plots of land for a variety of housing styles. Established in 1995, single-family homes in Somerset are predominantly two-story and come in various architectural styles, including traditional, contemporary, and modern. Many of the homes feature attached garages, and some have walkout basements.

The townhouses in Somerset are typically two or three stories tall, and many feature attached garages. Some townhouses are in complexes with shared amenities, such as playgrounds and green spaces. The duplexes in Somerset are also two stories tall and come in various styles, including front-drive and rear-lane models. Like single-family homes, many of the duplexes feature attached garages. Additionally, Somerset boasts a range of luxury properties that overlook Spruce Meadows to the south.

Amenities, Attractions, & Entertainment

Somerset is a fully developed community that offers a range of amenities and services for its residents. The Somerset Square shopping complex, located in the heart of the community, features a range of retail stores, restaurants, and professional services. The district is in proximity to the Shawnessy Shopping Centre for even more retail options, service providers, restaurants, coffee shops, a movie theatre, YMCA and grocery stores. 

With Bridlewood as its immediate neighbour to the east, Somerset and Bridlewood share a joint community association (SBCA) that is active and welcoming. The SBCA's mission is to enhance the quality of life in the community by providing programs and services that promote community spirit, safety, and well-being. The association offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year, including community clean-up days, block parties, and youth programs. The nearby Spruce Meadows equestrian facility hosts international events and provides riding lessons and clinics for all skill levels.

Parks, Trails & Green Spaces

Residents of Somerset can enjoy a range of recreational activities. The community has several parks and green spaces, including Somerset Park and Somerset Water Park, which features a man-made lake, a beach volleyball court, and a playground. The community also has a pathway system that connects to the city's extensive network of walking and cycling paths. 

In addition to Somerset Water Park, the community has several other green spaces, including Somerset Park and Somerset Hill, a natural park that offers stunning views of the surrounding area. Fish Creek Provincial Park, Canada's second-largest urban park, lies adjacent to Somerset, offering a range of recreational activities, including hiking, biking, canoeing, and wildlife viewing.


Somerset Elementary School (K-4)

Samuel W. Shaw Middle School (5-9)

Bishop O'Byrne High School (10-12): Catholic School 

Centennial High School (10-12): Advanced Placement Program, Off-Campus Work Experience. 

Transportation & Accessibility 

Somerset is well-connected to the rest of Calgary through several major roadways, including Macleod Trail and Stoney Trail. It is well-served by five bus routes that connect residents to the city's transit system. You can expect a 30-minute commute as far north as Alyth-Manchester, east as Sundance, and west as Bridlewood. The Shawnessy LRT station, located a stone's throw away, provides easy access to downtown Calgary and other parts of the city.

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