Chestermere lake real estate properties for sale information and insight with quick response and timely follow through - offering you a customized real estate search to help you find exactly the Calgary property for sale that fit your family's needs. Chestermere is served by Highway 1A which is also referred to in Calgary as 17 Avenue S.E. The Trans Canada Highway is adjacent to the Town of Chestermere. It takes approximately 20 minutes to commute from Chestermere to Calgary’s downtown core.
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228 Kinniburgh Ci, Chestermere, Alberta - $739,900
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248 West Creek Bv, Chestermere, Alberta - $489,800
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The City of Chestermere is one of the many nearby cities and towns that prospective home buyers should consider. With the many options to schoose from, homes for sale in Chestermere are great finds for any budget.
Originally named Chestermere Lake in the late 1800's, it became known as Summer Village of Chestermere Lake in the 1950's when the lake after the irrigation system was developed, freeing the lake from that use. The population began to grow as people started living at eh lake year round.
On March 1, 1993, the officially changed its status and name to the Town of Chestermere. The town's population continued to grow and on September 29, 2014 Chestermere's town council voted to apply for city status. On January 1, 2015 it became Alberta's18th city.
The city of Chestermere is has fifteen neighbourhoods which surround the lake itself which offer plenty of styles of lake homes for sale on Chestermere MLS® listings. It is accessible by the TransCanada Highway or Highway 1A. The city also has its own airfield, the Chestermere (Kirkby Field) Airport. Many residents commute in to Calgary for work with its proximity to the eastern border of the big city, a mere 15 minute drive away, makes living in Chestermere convenient.
Chestermere is well known for its lake and many family oriented activities can be experienced through out the year including the Chestermere Water Festival and the Chestermere Winter Festival. The gathering point for many activities in Chestermere is Chestermere Lake. This 654 acre man-made reservoir runs north and south along the entire town. Activities include swimming, fishing, skating, windsurfing and boating. The Lakeside Greens Golf Course is another benefit to buying homes for sale in Chestermere. This semi-private, 18-hole course, is located next to the Chestermere Recreation Centre that is home to soccer fields, ice rinks and curling rinks.
Families considering homes for sale in Chestermere can feel at ease knowing there are several public schools in the city are overseen by the Rockyview School Division as well as catholic schools. The public schools in the city include elementary, Junior and senior high schools.
Chestermere also is home to 5 churches of various denominations; Lake Ridge Community Church, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and School, Chestermere Christian Fellowship, St. Gabriel the Archangel Roman Catholic Parish, Canadian Reformed Church of Calgary.
Homes and condos for sale in Chestermere are as diverse in type and price as the community. From acreages Apartments, townhomes, villas and detached homes with the average price at $792, 656. The price range from $199, 000 to $13, 000, 000. These homes attract home buyers from all walks of life and family make up including singles, empty nesters, and young and mature families.
Amenities are never far away. Chestermere Station has many necessities for all your shopping needs. From Safeway to Tim Horton's and Shoppers Drug Mart, this central commercial area is a hub of the city.
Whether you want the friendly atmosphere or the “get away” feeling of southern Alberta living, Chestermere is a great place to start your home search.