Thorncliffe Park Real Estate & Properties
Thorncliffe Real Estate Market
Looking for a Thorncliffe house for sale Calgary? Look no further. The Thorncliffe Real Estate Calgary offers a wide array of choices of real estate properties, and has led many people to their dream abode. Prospect buyers will surely have a lot to choose from among the Thorncliffe real estate listings Calgary. Thorncliffe homes for sale include detached and attached row houses, townhomes, bungalows, split homes and a whole lot more – all varying from foreclosed, new, renovated, well-maintained and old houses.
Images of the interior and exterior of the houses are also available. You can check the refurbished and raw pictures of the kitchen, bedrooms and living rooms, flooring, basement and yard. An interactive map and bird’s eye view and street view options are available for a more comprehensive checking of the whole house and community.Read more about Thorncliffe Homes.
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Thorncliffe Park Homes for Sale Today's Stats
|Thorncliffe Park Properties for Sale:||14,327|
|Thorncliffe Park Real Estate Prices (avg):||$591,474|
|Thorncliffe Park Real Estate Highest Price:||$24,888,000|
|Thorncliffe Park Real Estate Lowest Price:||$0|
Thorncliffe Homes for Sale Calgary
Houses for sale in North West Calgary come attached or detached, in various sizes with diverse features, and they can be found in a range of prices, as a Thorncliffe Park Calgary Real Estate Agent, Gagan Bilga will show you all the MLS® listings in Thorncliffe that meet your criteria, as well as new homes for sale by the builder, foreclosures (bank owned) and homes for sale by owner (FSBO), from the house search to finding a house, Gagan Bilga is here to walk you through it.
Thorncliffe Neighborhood/Community GuideEstablished in 1954, Thorncliffe is a beautiful and peaceful area in the north-west quadrant of Calgary, Albert, bounded by 64 Ave. to the north, Deerfoot Trail to the east, McKnight Boulevard to the south and 14 Street W and Nose Hill Park to the west. With its location, it’s no wonder it’s one of Calgary’s most sought-after residential community. The 2014 Calgary Civic Census results show that Thorncliffe has a population of 8,838, occupying 3,678 dwellings in the whole area. The population is projected to grow by 10% in 2042. 65 percent of the population is between 20-64 years old.
Thorncliffe Community AssociationThe Thorncliffe Greenview Community Association is one of the most active and largest community centers in Calgary. Developed in 1954, it was only in 1956 that they were officially registered. This is a recreational center where residents of Thorncliffe can use their facilities, including their catering kitchen, a lounge, meeting rooms, offices, racquetball courts and seniors’ area. A sports center is also available in their vicinity. The center has a 4-lane bowling alley, an outdoor hockey rink, a baseball diamond, playground and tobogganing hill. With these, you’ll have enough reasons to stay active even during the winter season. Various and countless events have been held at the center since it was put up, and many of the residents are members of the association, keeping it bustling with life and activities.
Thorncliffe AmenitiesYour Thorncliffe realtor would love to show you around the neighborhood. You’d definitely love the close-to-nature feel: lush greenery and expansive parks. You can drop by at Laycock Park and Egerts Park, enjoy nature and wildlife at Nose Hill Park or have fun golfing at the Confederation Park. The area is surrounded by parks, and the difficult part is to choose where to actually start. Several establishments like banks, bars, shopping centers and government offices, to name a few, are accessible to residents of Thorncliffe. There are also private and public schools for the kids, and if you don’t have a car, you can always use the community’s efficient public transportation system.
Thorncliffe Public TransportationGoing around the area isn’t that difficult, thanks to several bus routes around Thorncliffe. You can take the bus in Mt. Pleasant/Killarney 17 Ave., Sandstone/Elbow Drive, Huntington, North Haven, Heritage/Northmount and Huntington/Sunridge. The Calgary transit has its own website, so you can access and plan your trips online! Just check out their website for a more comprehensive guide and tips. Thus, looking for a Thorncliffe house for sale isn’t going to be a big problem, even if you don’t have a car. Make sure your Thorncliffe realtor provides all the necessary community information – like this – to familiarize yourself with your new home. The Gagan Bilga team has comprehensive Thorncliffe real estate listings Calvary.
Thorncliffe Park Public Schools
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For many Calgary real estate buyers, there are a selection of necessary steps to be taken before thinking of buying. One of the most important factors that I have found is figuring out the assigned school that your children would be attending. (Unless you go for the private school system, where you can find a diversity of schools, such as French and Spanish inmersion, Christian schools, Charter, etc.) Choosing a Calgary school close to your home provides you with the opportunity to have more time for extra curricular activities and to have less stress and travel time... or that your kids may walk to school.Find private, public and catholic schools in Thorncliffe Park or search Calgary’s residential districts and corresponding schools from Kindergarten to Grade 12 and check out the Fraser Institute school rankings and cross reference that with the Catholic School and Public School in Rocky Ridge or in the Calgary area you're planning to move.
Thorncliffe Park Calgary Catholic Schools NW - The Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD) is the largest Catholic school district in Alberta, serving over 45,000 students in 106 schools located in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, Chestermere and the Municipal District of Rocky View. Read more... Thorncliffe Park Calgary Board of Education Schools NW - Calgary schools that are part of the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) are organized into five administrative units, Kindergarten to Grade 12. Find Calgary Schools, Calendars, Hours, Programs and New Schools. Read more...
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