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Open Houses in University of Calgary, Calgary

Open Houses in University of Calgary, Calgary

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University of Calgary

The neighbourhood of University of Calgary is part of the city of Calgary, Alberta, which is located in the Greater Calgary metropolitan area.

Transportation

University of Calgary will please homeowners that use a diversity of methods of transportation. Travelling by public transit is convenient in this part of the city. More specifically, the nearest rapid transit station, such as University Station on the 201 | Red Line - Somerset - Bridlewood/Tuscany CTrain, is ordinarily a short walk away from most homes in the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is linked by a few bus lines, and most houses are very close to a bus stop. It is also easy for pedestrians to navigate University of Calgary; many daily errands can be run without having to use a car. This part of the city is not very appropriate for biking because. Nonetheless, there are a limited number of elevation changes.

Services

A fraction of property owners in University of Calgary may be able to access the closest supermarket on foot, while others will have to rely on a vehicle. That being said, there is commonly a restaurant or cafe just around the corner. Concerning education, schools and daycares are convenient to reach on foot from any location in this part of Calgary.

Character

University of Calgary is a good neighbourhood to buy a house in for those who prefer a relaxed ambience. Although this area does not contain any parks, parks are especially well-spread out in nearby neighbourhoods, which makes them very easy to access. This part of Calgary is quiet overall, as the streets are quite calm.

Housing

In University of Calgary, about half of buildings are small apartment buildings, while single detached homes and townhouses are also present in the housing stock. This part of the city experienced its largest construction boom in the 1960s and 1970s, so most of the available housing is from this era. This area is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and two bedroom homes. Around 70% of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home whereas owners make up the remainder.