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More About Collingwood Homes For Sale
Located in North West Calgary, Collingwood is a scenic community that consists of single-family homes and condominiums. There are a variety of homes available within Collingwood, many of which are perfectly sized for active families. Residents of the community enjoy living near a variety of attractions such as parks and the Confederation Park Golf course.
Living in Collingwood Calgary
Mainly a residential neighbourhood that is located just south of Nose Hill Park and John Laurie Blvd., Collingwood doesn’t offer home buyers a whole lot of real estate opportunities, mainly because of its smaller size in terms of area. According to Wikipedia, the Collingwood neighbourhood in North West Calgary consists of just 978 dwellings, while just over 2,000 people call this community home. But despite its limitations in inventory, some pretty special homes for sale can still be found around Collingwood, especially those priced over $1 million.
If you’re on a bit tighter of a budget however, multi-million dollar homes for sale in Collingwood actually aren’t that common, with most single family homes in the neighborhood listed between $800,000 and $900,000. In addition, the Confederation Park Golf Course also borders the south side of Collingwood, providing golf enthusiasts an added incentive to call the NW Calgary neighbourhood home.
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Collingwood Crime Statistics
Collingwood is a relatively safe community with the majority of crimes focusing on vandalism and vehicle-related thefts.
More About Real Estate in Collingwood Calgary
Collingwood is a popular neighbourhood in NW Calgary, nestled to the north of Confederation Park. Collingwood homes for sale range in price from $500,000 for older bungalows all the way up to $2.8 Million for new builds. Real Estate in Collingwood is highly coveted due to its close proximity to downtown, Nose Hill Park and the prestigious Calgary Winter Club, a private recreation club offering tennis, curling, squash, state of the fitness facilities and much more.
2017 Collingwood Real Estate Market
There were 38 Single Family Residential Homes sold in Collingwood in 2017 for an average price of $621,564. Average Days on Market (DOM) for homes in Collingwood was 36 days. There is a wide range of prices for homes in Collingwood, because of the transition in the community to newer homes. Collingwood real estate listings are varied in their age, size, and floorplans, which continues to change due to new developments in the area.
Living in Collingwood
Homes in Collingwood, along with Brentwood and Dalhousie, are part of the Triwood Community Association. The association manages the Triwood Community Centre, which includes an ice rink, multipurpose hall, and two ball fields.
Tridwood area is a hotbed of activities and offers a wide range of programs for the residents of these Northwest neighbourhoods. The community association hosts a playgroup and playschool, kindergarten and Kindermusik program, Girl Guides and Boy Scouts, a variety of sports, exercise and programs for both the young and adult set ensures a vibrant and healthy community spirit. There are also tot lots and playing fields, golf courses and Nose Hill Park (one of Calgary's largest off-lease dog parks) nearby.
The community of Collingwood boasts a prime central location in Calgary's Northwest corridor, within minutes to all major shopping malls. The community borders 14th Street, making commuting to downtown a breeze. Market Mall is the largest indoor mall in the Northwest and is a quick 5-minute drive away. Here shoppers will find The Bay, Homesense, Zara, Sporting Life, plus a host of popular retailers. Residents of Collingwood have convenient access to schools, parks, and shopping, all just minutes from their doorstep. Sports fans will appreciate how close their home is to McMahon Stadium.
About NW Calgary Real Estate
The northwest Calgary real estate market offers everything from character homes in older neighbourhoods adjacent to the Bow River and high-end infill homes in older neighbourhoods. The newer neighbourhoods in the far northwest area are privy to some sweeping views of the foothills and mountains to the west, the Bow River Valley, the sparkling skyline of the city to the south and southeast and the ski hill at Winsport Canada Olympic Park. The LRT Line runs as far as Tuscany along Crowchild Trail and the three-lane Stoney Trail express way helps get commuters to the NE, SE, SW and out of town via Deerfoot Trail in less time. There are 64 communities in this area with home prices ranging widely. What northwest Calgary offers are views, better traffic flow and greater inventory of new homes.
Calgary NW Communities - Amenities
The University of Calgary, SAIT, the Jubilee Auditorium, Foothills Hospital, the Alberta Children’s Hospital and McMahon Stadium are all located in the northwest quadrant. Nose Hill Park, one of Canada’s largest municipal environmental reserves, is a prominent feature in the area. Full service shopping centres in NW Calgary include North Hill Mall, Northland Village Shops, Market Mall and the very large Crowfoot Crossing. Each neighbourhood is served by a regional shopping centre.
There are many recreational amenities near NW Calgary homes, such as indoor rinks in Mount Pleasant, Scenic Acres, West Hillhurst, and Crowfoot. Year round recreation includes downhill skiing and ski jumping at Winsport Canada Olympic Park, the scene of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. An artificial snow making operation enhances the natural snow pack for excellent skiing.