Ambleton Calgary Real Estate and Homes For Sale

Ambleton is a community in development. As planned sites take shape and people start putting down roots here, Ambleton is expected to become a visually attractive community with a family-friendly vibe. Residents will enjoy the area's natural settings and explore its green spaces via local pathways. Off-street pathways will make travel safer and encourage senior residents to explore the community's unique spaces without worries.

Ambleton Homes for Sale, Calgary

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Ambleton Homes for Sale (Single Family)

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265 Ambleside Avenue Nw

Ambleton, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,196 Square FT

MLS® #A1232114

Move Up ($460K - $659K)

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193 Ambleton Drive Nw

Ambleton, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,452 Square FT

MLS® #A1231222

Ambleton Real Estate — a community in development that is expected to be visually attractive with a family-friendly vibe.

Spanning nearly 65 hectares, Ambleton is a new community by Qualico Communities in northwest Calgary. The established community of Evanston (also by Qualico) is only five minutes from Ambleton, taking care of early residents' shopping and recreational needs.

The fully developed community will have lots of green spaces, 7.3 km of regional and multi-use trails, schools, parks and recreational centres. A storm pond in the northeast corner of the community will serve as an aesthetic feature, retain nutrients and remove pollutants.

A site has been set aside for a Catholic high school. Also in the works, is a commercial area and a spacious plaza with gazebos, fire pits and an outdoor ice rink.

The strength of a community is increased through recreational activities. The valuable green spaces in Ambleton will beckon residents of all ages and abilities. They include five parks and an ecological reserve. The natural setting and scenic mountain views are also expected to be a huge draw.

A major attraction is easy access to commuter routes such as Stoney Trail, 14th St NW and 144th Avenue NW, and Highway 1 and 2. Interconnected pathways will ease moving about to the neighbouring communities of Evanston, Creekside and Symons Valley. Public transit options are a few blocks from the community's entrance.

The community will be completed over eight phases - 130 homes in Phase 1 and over 1200 in total. A variety of housing styles from well-known builders make Ambleton worthy of consideration by young couples, families and downsizers alike.

Neighbourhood associations foster care and concern among members and activate cooperative action that serves everyone's interests. The Ambleton Owners Association (AOA) will protect amenities, keep up a high standard of maintenance in the community, and enhance the sense of belonging among residents. The AOA will be instrumental in ensuring that the community sustains its desirability and value.

Ambleton — Real Estate Market News

According to Qualico, the half a billion-dollar Ambleton project will add an estimated 5,000 new jobs to the area. It will also facilitate the extension of 144th Avenue from 14th Street.

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Upon completion, Ambleton is expected to be a prime community in NW Calgary, attracting different types of homebuyers in large numbers. If you like what you've read about Ambleton and believe it is the ideal community for your next home, one of our area experts can make your home buying journey smooth. Give us a call today at (403) 255 9555.

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Amenities in Ambleton — Live, Work, & Play

Studies show that people who live in proximity to amenities like community parks, libraries and theatres are more content with their neighbourhood and less lonely, regardless of whether they live in large or small cities, towns or the suburbs. As an Ambleton resident, you can enjoy many of the amenities that make community living rewarding.

Shopping —

Life is easier and more comfortable when everything you want is close to where you are. Ambleton does not disappoint on this account.

A future commercial area will make shopping and running errands as easy as possible for residents. Plans for retail establishments and neighbourhood grocery stores should turn to reality shortly and make Ambleton a truly desirable place to live.

Early settlers to the community have no reason to feel inconvenienced either. They can meet their shopping needs at Evanston Towne Centre. The community shopping centre is anchored by Sobeys and Shoppers Drug Mart. It is home to quick-service restaurants, pre-school, fitness and professional services.

There are many options for dining in the Creek Side Shopping Center including restaurants like the Bro'Kin Yolk, Tuk Tuk Thai, Taiyo Japanese Restaurant and Boston Pizza. Evanston also has a JPs Indian Bistro serving authentic Indian cuisine. More restaurants, shops and services can be expected as the area continues to grow.

Evanston is located close to CrossIron Mills, which is anchored by the Bass Pro Shop, and features most major brands under one roof, a food court, kid-friendly areas and different art zones.

Parks —

Parks are essential to maintaining the quality of life in a community. They function as an environmental purifier and aid the preservation of plant life and wildlife.

When complete, Ambleton will have five parks and a variety of outdoor recreational facilities. Evanston, which is a stone's throw away, has seven playgrounds and sixteen green spaces interconnected by trails and pathways. Local pathway networks are also planned in Ambleton, which should shorten walks to parks and outdoor leisure centres.

Ambleton residents have access to the recreational spaces in nearby neighbourhoods as well. Among them is the famous Nose Hill Park, the fourth-largest urban park in Canada and among the largest in North America.

Nose Hill Park is a beautiful spot that comes alive during spring when the wildflowers are in full bloom. It has a hilly terrain, and paths and trails for bikers, hikers and runners.

The park has an off-leash area for well-behaved dogs to walk and socialise. You can enjoy a relaxing walk, and catch scenic views of the city and mountains atop Nose Hill. The kids will love watching the deer, porcupines and coyotes. The south side of the park is the perfect place to catch a glimpse of the deer just before sunset.

Interesting Facts about Ambleton

Schools In or Near Ambleton

At the time of writing, Qualico Communities' letter of request to the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) to be included in the jurisdictional boundaries of the City of Calgary was in process. Upon approval, work on the three designated school sites in the area will commence. Students are currently designated to the Rocky View School Division No. 41, which has the following educational institutions:

Public Schools

  • École Edwards Elementary School (Grades K-4)
  • École Airdrie Middle School (Grades 5-8)
  • George McDougall High School (Grades 9-12)

Catholic Schools

  • James Fowler High School (Grades 10-12)
  • Kenneth D. Taylor School (Grades K-4)
  • Simon Fraser School (Grades 5-9)

Private Schools

  • Our Lady of Grace (Grades K-9)
  • St. Bede Elementary School (Grades K-6)
  • Notre Dame (Grades 9-12)


Buyers can choose from different styles of homes, including laned homes, townhomes, duplexes, homes with a wide shallow front garage, and homes with a standard front garage. Architectural styles here include Craftsman, Prairie, Farmhouse and Mid-Century Modern. Whether you're looking for a bigger place for your growing family, downsizing or a young couple rearing to capture the endless opportunities of Calgary, you will be impressed by Ambleton's housing options.

Developer/Builder History

Ambleton is a master-planned community by Qualico Communities, a leader in home building, land and commercial development. Established in 1951, the company has 40 previously established and current communities in Calgary, including Evanston, the neighbourhood across the road from Ambleton.

Several highly regarded builders are associated with Ambleton, including Broadview Homes, Jayman BUILT, Shane Homes, Sterling Homes, Trico Homes and Truman Homes. Interested buyers can have a look at show homes and get in touch one of our agents for more information.

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FAQs about Ambleton Real Estate and Neighborhood

  1. What amenities are there nearby?

    There are plans to offer several amenities in Ambleton. At present, the nearby neighbourhood of Evanston provides the urban conveniences that community members seek, including a Sobeys grocery store, a yoga studio, pub, pet store and more.

  2. Is there any childcare available?

    Ambleton takes care of the needs of families and young couples planning to build a family. Daycares are a part of the amenities planned for the community. With this facility within your community, you enjoy convenience, flexibility and above all, peace of mind.

  3. What's the best nearby restaurant?

    Evanston has ample restaurants to cater to different tastes. If you enjoy having fast food from time to time and the kids love soft serve and ice-creams, Dairy Queen, Subway and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen are likely to become your favourite haunts. A fan of Indian cuisine? Indulge in the food freshly cooked every day with delicious concoctions of spices at JPs Indian Bistro.

  4. How do I get around?

    Ambleton is close to commuter routes and Highway 1 and Highway 2, which makes getting to the downtown or going out of town quick and convenient. The ease of commuting should further improve thanks to the planned extension up Panorama Boulevard. The community is also a short drive from the airport.


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