2017 Charleswood Home Sales
There were 47 single family residential homes sold in Charleswood in 2017 for an average price of $644,513. Average Days on Market (DOM) for homes in Charleswood was 30 days.
Established in 1959, the mature and quiet neighbourhood of Charleswood is located in Northwest Calgary, opposite of the University of Calgary across the Crowchile Trail. Homes in Charleswood are blessed with its prime location close to the campus and major shopping destinations such as Market Mall, Northland Village Mall and Brentwood Mall, which is also the site of the Brentwood LRT station. The intricate street design of this neighborhood ensures that most of the traffic is from residents and guests only, which is nice for keeping vehicle noise levels to a minimum.
Houses in Charleswood typically offer a fair amount of front and backyard space, with either a small driveway in the front or a detached garage in the back along an alley. They're typically either bungalows or small two-story house, two-to-four bedrooms in size. The ample yard space is great for hosting trampolines, swingsets, and patio parties, and a few even have a built-in pool for those hot summer days.
Charleswood is a prime location for investors. It's convenient to access to the university and schools makes it a sought-after neighborhood for families and students.
One of the best aspects of living in Charleswood is your access to parks and recreation. There are a number playgrounds & parks in the community, providing great outdoor spaces for the residents, including Canmore Park, Confederation Park, Senator Patrick Burns School field, and Triwood Park. Residents of Charleswood fall under the service of the Triwood Community Association, which has its own community center offering fitness classes, summer camps for kids, ice arena, and community events. Nose Hill Park is also just down the road.
Softball and baseball enthusiasts will love having four ball diamonds so close to their doorstep. Getting out for an afternoon to throw a ball around or practice for little-league couldn't be easier!
Residents of Charleswood are served by two schools in the immediate area: Senator Patrick Burns and Ecole Banff Trail. Senator Patrick Burns serves students from grade 6 - 9 and is an accredited International Spanish Academy, so students have the option to become bilingual in English and Spanish. They also offer specific coaching and training for hockey and baseball. Ecole Banff Trail, on the other hand, is a French immersion school.
- Senator Patrick Burns Junior High School is located at 2155 Chilcotin Road NW. 403.777.7400
- Ecole Banff Trail School is located at 3232 Cochrane Road NW. 403.777.6120
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Crime in Charleswood
Charleswood is a relatively safe community with the majority of crimes focusing on vandalism and vehicle-related thefts.
Charleswood Real Estate Agents
Looking to buy or sell a home in Charleswood? As neighborhood Charleswood REALTORS®, with a strong focus in Northwest Calgary Real Estate, The Real Estate Partners can confidently guide you through the sale and purchase of your new Charleswood home. Contact us today for a list of Charleswood Homes for Sale.
More About Charleswood Homes For Sale
Located in North West Calgary, Charleswood is an established community that consists of apartments, condos and single-family homes. There are several charming cottage-style homes available within Charleswood along with spacious multi-storey homes. Common features of homes in Charleswood include hardwood flooring, attached garages and vaulted ceilings.
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Living in Charleswood Calgary
Charleswood is an established North West Calgary neighbourhood that primarily consists of quaint, yet spacious, ranch-style single-family homes. Although you might find that many Charleswood homes for sale were built back in the 1960s and 1970s, a lot have since been updated with modern interior features that most of today’s turn-key home buyers want to see in a potential new property. Some houses in Charleswood have updated kitchens and bathrooms, while others have been entirely gutted to include attractive new fixtures and features all throughout the entire home.
Nose Hill Park is located just north of Charleswood, providing home owners plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities for those who love to stay active whenever possible. In addition, the Northland Village Mall is also just a short drive away from nearly any home here in Charleswood, while the University of Calgary sits just on the other side of Highway