Inglewood Calgary Real Estate
Inglewood real estate is located in the oldest district of Calgary. Only a few minutes away from downtown Calgary, Inglewood features unique shops and restaurants, the Calgary Zoo and the Calgary Bird Sanctuary. A variety of home styles, ages and prices keep this neighbourhood popular as a residential district. Read more about Inglewood, Calgary real estate.
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Inglewood Calgary Homes
Inglewood has the following boundaries.
North: Bow River Pathway
South: CP Railroad
East: Bow River
West: CP Railroad, Elbow River
Inglewood homes are available in a variety of styles. While the historic homes of Inglewood have gotten quite a lot of attention in recent years, due to neighbourhood revitalization efforts, there are also a number of newer single family, semi-detached and row homes available as well as apartment condominiums.
Inglewood’s efforts to improve the district’s business area and city streets has spilled over to the many beautiful historic houses that still stand here. Increasing numbers of them are showing the results of modern renovation that showcases their historic charm.
Inglewood contains a number of Calgary attractions, including the Calgary Zoo (St. Patrick’s Island), Pearce Estate Park, Inglewood Wildlands Park, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary and Fort Calgary. It is also known for its collection of unique shops and restaurants. Inglewood is only a few minutes away by car or a brisk walk from Downtown Calgary.
Inglewood was Calgary’s downtown district back in the 1870s, but was quickly supplanted by today’s downtown Calgary when the Canadian Pacific Railway chose to root their headquarters across the Elbow River. The community was officially established in 1929 and for years was a popular residential area, due to its proximity to downtown. Inglewood has survived being abandoned by businesses following the CPR, urban decay and an attempt to convert it into a cloverleaf interchange in the ‘60s. This spurred the movement towards revitalization that continues to this day.
Contact Lina Horner to find out more about Inglewood, Calgary homes.
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Disclaimer: Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the CREB and EREB.
Last updated on: 2013-05-20 20:14:29
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