Killarney, Calgary Real Estate
Killarney is a neighbourhood 2 km southwest of Calgary’s downtown. The area was developed mainly in the post World War II era and has a predominance of bungalow homes. Many of these have been replaced by infill homes, condo developments and modern executive homes. Killarney is convenient to a number of amenities, including parks, schools and shopping areas. Read more about Killarney homes.
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Killarney Homes: Find out more
A walk through Killarney shows that this area has been in development since the pre-war era, with mid-century single-family bungalows being the most common type of real estate. Killarney real estate is presently experiencing revitalization in the form of infill homes and modern residential developments. Today, homebuyers in Killarney have a mix of homes to explore that vary quite widely in price and style.
Killarney homes are convenient to a number of amenities including shopping, dining, schools and recreational opportunities. Westbrook Shopping Centre is just north of the neighbourhood and contains Wal-Mart, Safeway and other stores. There are shops and businesses along 17th Avenue and 37th Street SW. Close proximity to major transportation routes and the extension of the LRT makes commuting easy. There are a number of schools in the area and the main campus of Mount Royal College is just south of the community. A number of parks support ball fields and green space. The Killarney Aquatic & Recreation Centre contains a pool, steam room, hot tub, fitness facilities and has onsite babysitting.The history of Killarney begins in 1906, when the Alberta Land Titles Office registered the first subdivision plan. The area was annexed in 1910. Killarney real estate development prior to World War II was slow, resulting in a scattered number of stucco bungalows and clapboard structures. After the war, building started to boom and a number of homes were built on 25 and 50 foot wide lots. Present-day developers are utilizing these large lots to support new infill homes that replace older structures with low-to-medium-density housing.
Contact Lina Horner to find out more about Killarney real estate.
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Last updated on: 2013-05-25 12:14:38
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