Homes for sale in Queensland, Calgary, AB

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Queensland, Calgary, AB

 

Community and Real Estate Information

Queensland is a residential area you will find in the southeastern portion of Calgary, Alberta. The neighborhood is bordered to the east by the Bow River, Canyon Meadows Drive to the south, and Bow Bottom Trail to the east. This suburban neighborhood has some of the highly affordable home options in Alberta, Calgary.  

 

The first development in Queensland began in 1961. However, its residential development truly began 12 years later, in 1973. Today, Queensland is among the largest residential neighborhoods in the South of Calgary. It features semi-detached homes and townhouses with two to five-bedroom layouts and 1.5 to 2.5 bathrooms. Properties are reasonably priced, starting at $259,000 and can rise to $459,00. These homes are perfect for families and couples moving in the area and planning to purchase a starter or mid-priced suburban home in the city. 

 

Check out the original neighborhood post at https://jamienewton.ca/.

 

Business Opportunities 

One of the benefits of living in this neighborhood is that residents in the area have easy access to the downtown district, a short 20-minute drive via Deerfoot Trail. There are also three LRT stations for the commuters. The LRT can take residents to downtown Calgary in 20 minutes. Queensland residents enjoy the convenience of having shopping establishments, dining, schools, and cinema complexes. On top of that, families in the area may enjoy relaxing and even fishing near the river. The nearby Sikome Lake has a great beach where everyone can have plenty of fun during summer. The local community center, Queensland / Diamond Cove Community Association, is dedicated to organizing community activities to entertain residents living in the lovely community of Queensland. 

 

Check out the original neighborhood post at https://jamienewton.ca/.

 

Important Considerations

Queensland has a very wide range of price points. In 2020, the least priced home in the community was sold for $163,000, and the most expensive home was sold for $492,500. The average price in the community is lower than the price in several surrounding communities. On the other hand, you can get a bigger home in Queensland for less compared to other nearby neighborhoods, so buyers searching for better value can typically get a larger home and better “bang for their buck.”

 

Check out the original neighborhood post at https://jamienewton.ca/.

 

Calgary, AB Market Report:

Households: 4,771
Median Listing Home Price: $416,100
Median Listing Home Price Per Sqft: $397
Median Rent: $1,125
Average Days on Market: 43
Home Ownership Percentage: 73.0%

Calgary, AB Community Report:

Population: 1,580,659
Average Household Income: $102,570
Median Age: 36
Associate's Degree or Higher: 60.32%
Elderly Percentage: 10.0%
Cost of Living Score: 69.85

 

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Let us help you find your perfect home!

If you require a Buyer's Agent to represent you during your transaction, please feel free to contact our office at 403-837-9300. We would be glad to work with you to get the best deal possible for your transaction.

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Jamie Newton & Associates

403-837-9300

115, 8820 Blackfoot Trail S.E
Calgary, Alberta T2J 3J1

https://jamienewton.ca/

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