Charleswood Calgary Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Charleswood has a slower-paced atmosphere that would appeal to house buyers who prefer spending time outside. Because of the low levels of traffic noise, this area of Calgary is quite peaceful. Finally, parks are widely distributed, with about ten of them conveniently located for residents to visit, making them accessible from nearly every location in Charleswood.

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3532 Charleswood Drive Nw

Charleswood, Calgary, Alberta

MLS® #A2081656

Charleswood Real Estate — a peaceful, slower-paced atmosphere NW Calgary neighbourhood.

Charleswood is a residential community in Calgary, Alberta's northwest quadrant. It's near Crowchild Trail and the University of Calgary on the east side. It is bordered to the north by Nose Hill Park and to the southeast by Confederation Park.

The neighbourhood is situated at the foot of Nose Hill Park, one of North America's largest urban parks. Homes in Charleswood are conveniently located near the city centre, the University of Calgary, SAIT Polytechnic, and the Brentwood Mall.

The majority of the properties in Charleswood were developed in the 1960s and have undergone extensive modifications. It is a well-established neighbourhood with lovely trees and parks. Dog owners in Calgary have access to a few of the nicest off-leash areas in the city.

Houses in Charleswood usually include a lot of front and backyard space, as well as a modest driveway or a detached garage at the back by an alley. They're usually bungalows or tiny two-story houses with two to four bedrooms. The large yards are ideal for trampolines, swing sets, and outdoor entertaining.

Wide road street in between residential homes and the grass landscape Curve side of the road with tall shady trees standing on both sides Cars parked freely on side streets driveway leading to the maid road where vehicles parked on both sides Window glass paneled building across the open space Concrete road pavement where residential houses are located View from the main road going to the slope street in the residential areas Main road with walking pathway on the side and a signpost of Senator Patrick Burns standing Outside view of the Senator Patrick Burns School building Pedestrian crossing lane in front of the Senator Patrick Burns School building

Charleswood is a popular investment destination. It is a sought-after area for families and students due to its proximity to the university and schools.

The homeownership rate in Charleswood is over 80%, and residents love it for a reason: the community is developed on a gentle slope with spectacular views of the city skyline and mountains.

The community is also home to many fine amenities that homeowners enjoy including access to Nose Hill Park, off-leash areas, and access to other nearby parks and recreation facilities. The community offers easy access to several shopping centres, restaurants, and other entertainment facilities.

The community's proximity to the university and other educational facilities makes it a preferred location for families and students looking to rent properties. Therefore, Charleswood is an ideal location if you're looking for real estate investment opportunities.

The Triwood Community Association encompasses the neighbourhoods of Charleswood, Collingwood, and Brentwood. Many "firsts" in Calgary have been started by the Triwood neighbourhood organization. Triwood was the first neighbourhood to construct an arena, which was vital in the introduction of Ringette, the sport, to Calgary.

Charleswood REALTOR® Tour of the Neighbourhood

Take a tour of Charleswood with this video walkthrough of the neighbourhood. Learn about the community before you start looking at homes and make notes of what's important to you.

Similiar neighbouring communities of Collingwood and Brentwood.

Charleswood is an established neighbourhood with mature old trees, grassy playgrounds, and rolling parkland. The real estate community listings are comprised of low-density single-family bungalow homes, two story detached houses amongst a few small apartment buildings.

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Amenities in Charleswood — Live, Work, & Play

Wide open lawn surrounded by trees with street parkings near residential homes roadside covered with grass and tall, green trees Road street lane where vehicles can park freely Wide grassland near the roadside Outdoor playground with slides and climbing set for kids Park has this outdoor playground sets for kids covered with grass and trees Wide space of grasslands planted with tall shady trees Big open field of greeneries from grass and trees Open field with gated fences and overlooking residential homes after the fences Large open field with a goal at the center and high nets ball stopper in placed Residential homes at a distance of the open field Blue Imp playground gym Wide road where vehicles can park on the side of the street signpost that you are entering an off-leash area for dogs in the park signpost at the corner of the road grassland in between the road with standing trees Wooden bench sitting on the grass landscape

Parks and Golf —

Accessibility to parks and leisure is one of the nicest advantages of living in Charleswood. Senator Patrick Burns School field, Confederation Park, Canmore Park, and Triwood Park are just a few of the community's playgrounds and parks that provide fantastic outdoor places for residents.

The Triwood Community Association, which boasts of its own community centre with fitness classes, summer programmes for youngsters, an ice rink, and community activities, serves the residents of Charleswood. Nose Hill Park is just a short distance away.

Softball and baseball fans will be thrilled to have 4 ball diamonds so near to home. It's never been simpler to go outside for an afternoon to throw a ball around or practise for the little league!

Some other amenities you can enjoy in and around Charleswood include:

  • Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the facilities offered at the Confederation Park Golf Course, which houses a 9-hole course with long and wide fairways.
  • The Golf course offers some challenging par 3, 4, and 5 holes and houses a licensed snack bar and basic golf supplies.
  • For newer Golf enthusiasts, the Confederation Park Golf Course also offers golf lessons.
  • Enjoy biking on the paths of Canmore Park that connect to the Confederation Park.
  • Sports facilities offered by the community association, including an indoor and outdoor rink for skating, hockey, and lacrosse.
  • Several facilities offered by the community association for kids, including playing fields, a wading pool, water fountains, and tennis courts.

General feel and vibe — What's it like living in Charleswood?

Avenue Magazine Rankings

  • Overall rank for Best Neighbourhood: 50
  • WalkScore: 38
  • TransitScore: 59
  • Parks and green space points: 34
  • Public recreation facility access points: 53
  • Restaurant access points: 31

Interesting Facts about Charleswood

Schools In or Near Charleswood

Charleswood is home to public, Catholic, and private schools within and nearby the community that offer elementary, middle, and high-school level programs.

Public Schools

  • Senator Patrick Burns School
  • Brentwood School
  • Collingwood School
  • Banff Trail School
  • Langevin School
  • William Aberhart High School
  • Branton School
  • École de la Rose Sauvage

Catholic Schools

  • St. Margaret School
  • St. Luke School
  • St. Joseph School
  • École Ste-Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  • St. Mary's High School
  • St. Francis High School
  • Madeleine d’Houet School

Private Schools

  • River Valley School
  • North Point School for Boys


Charleswood, a mature and peaceful neighbourhood in northwest Calgary, was first established in 1959.

The community had a population of 3,421 people living in 1,494 homes in the 2012 municipal census, up 1.9% from its 2011 census of 3,357.

In 2000, the typical household income in this neighbourhood was $63,828, and 12.9% of the residents were considered low-income. Immigrants made up 17.6% of the population in 2000. Condominiums or flats accounted for 11.6% of the structures. While 18.4% of the stock was rented, the rest of the properties were occupied by their owners.

The community's median age is 41.2 years, while the median age for the rest of Calgary is 37.4 years. Charleswood has an average of 2.5 persons per family and a near-equal gender ratio of 51% male and 49% female residents. Approximately 16% of the residents of Charleswood are above the age of 65, compared to 10% for the rest of Calgary.


The Charleswood community is tranquil, mature, and thriving. The development of this community started around 1959 and it's close to several prime amenities.

The homes here have fantastic views, which is what draws many property seekers. There are largely single-family detached homes here that were constructed around 1960, however, there are also a few condominiums. Nose Hill Park, where Charleswood residences are located, is home to wonderful animals, natural grasslands, and old archaeological sites. This makes it a favourite location for nature and wildlife lovers.

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FAQs about Charleswood Real Estate and Neighborhood

  1. What amenities are there nearby?

    Charleswood residents have access to a wide range of amenities, including several parks, a golf course at Confederation Park, and various indoor and outdoor sports facilities offered by the Triwood Community Association.

  2. Will the kids have access to extracurricular activities?

    Yes. The community association offers several activities to children of all ages, including a splash park, indoor and outdoor sports rinks, and tennis courts.

  3. Where do I get groceries?

    Groceries are available at the nearest Safeway, which is at a short distance of just 1.3 kilometres from Charleswood.

  4. What is the best place to go shopping?

    The community is close to several shopping destinations, such as the Northland Village mall.

  5. Is there a gym nearby?

    Anytime Fitness is approximately one kilometre from the community and can be easily accessed. Residents of Charleswood can also enjoy the sports and fitness facilities offered by the Triwood Community Association.


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