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233 Crestmont Drive Sw
Crestmont, Calgary, Alberta
- 4 Beds
- 5 Baths
- 2,870 Square FT
Welcome To Your Dream Home Nestled In A Quiet Family-oriented Community Of Crestmont. This Is A Two-storey With Front Double Attached Garage Home. It Is Recently Renovated And Offered Lots Of Upgrades With 2650 Square Feet Of Developed Space. The New Features Include New ... Read More »
12431 Crestmont Boulevard Sw
Crestmont, Calgary, Alberta
- 4 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 1,939 Square FT
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238 Cresthaven Place Sw
Crestmont, Calgary, Alberta
- 3 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 2,313 Square FT
Welcome To This Perfect Family Home In The Highly Sought-after Community Of Crestmont! This Exceptional Five-bedroom Residence Is Ideally Situated On A Serene, Quiet Street, Boasting A Picturesque Green Space In Front And A Larger Pathway System/green Space With A Pond At... Read More »
336 Cresthaven Place Sw
Crestmont, Calgary, Alberta
- 5 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 1,915 Square FT
Located just south of the Trans-Canada Highway and on Calgary's western edge is the gorgeous little residential neighbourhood of Crestmont. Set between snowy peaks and the river valley, this southwest neighbourhood offers residents stunning views of the Bow River Valley and the Rockies. If you love to commune with nature, you will love Crestmont. Choose between houses that offer mountain views, river views, aspen forests, and creek beds. With 30% of the area reserved to protect the neighbourhood's natural lush green surroundings and wildlife, Crestmont is a haven of beauty. What's more – two of Canada's most sought-after builders were involved in the construction of some of the homes in this neighbourhood.
As a resident of Crestmont, you will have access to a wide variety of activities, thanks to the very active community centre. Children have access to lovely parks and schools in and around the neighbourhood.
Other localities surrounding Crestmont include Valley Ridge, Greenwood, and Cougar Ridge. Crestmont is only a twenty-minute drive to downtown Calgary where residents make their way for more leisure choices.
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Amenities in Crestmont — Live, Work, & Play
Crestmont is less than an hour's drive to the Rocky Mountains. So, if you are planning on a family outing or an easy getaway to the mountains, you can expect a smooth and traffic-free free, without any traffic lights to slow you down.
When you live in Crestmont, you won't have to spend a major part of the winter indoors. There are several recreational parks and areas around Crestmont that allow you to enjoy the mountains and the winter. Some of these include:
- Kananaskis Country
- Banff National Park
- Bragg Creek
Crestmont is home to lush green spaces and parks, and residents have access to the neighbourhood's parks. Crestmont has an extensive network of pathways that all link to Calgary's regional trail systems for those who love walking.
Parks for toddlers are equipped with safe playground equipment like a jungle gym, slides, and swings. Some of the parks in the Crestmont area are:
- Valley Pointe Green NW playground
- Crestmont Drive SW playground
- Valley Stream Cir NW Playground
- Crestridge Playground
Valley Ridge Drive NW Park is home to five sports fields and a ball diamond for those who like outdoor sports.
Valley Ridge Outdoor Fitness Park in the neighbouring community of Valley Ridge is fitted with some great outdoor fitness equipment for those serious about getting fit.
Restaurants and Bars —
Residents have access to an endless variety of restaurants and bars around the neighbourhood. These include:
- Doughfellas Pizza on Crestridge Common SW
- CPD Calgary Pizza Donair on Valley Ridge Drive NW
- Van Gogh Grill & Bar on Valley Ridge Drive NW
- Seasons of Bowness Park
- Bona Roma Little Italian Eatery
- Avenue 16 Kitchen and Bar
General feel and vibe — What's it like living in Crestmont?
Crestmont is a small, secluded, and picturesque southwest Calgary neighbourhood much sought after by young families. This is an upscale neighbourhood with mostly estate homes for sale. The community is surrounded by green spaces and offers spectacular views of the mountains and Bow River.
This is a fantastic neighbourhood for those looking for some peace. Ideally located, the community is excellent for those who want to strike the perfect balance between work, relaxation, and enjoying the fantastic outdoors.
Avenue Magazine Rankings
According to Avenue Calgary's 2020 list of most desirable neighbourhoods, Crestmont ranks 187th place. Here are the scores assigned for various amenities and characteristics that make the neighbourhood desirable.
- Overall rank for Best Neighbourhoods 2020: 187
- Restaurant access points: 0
- Public recreation facility access points: 0
- Parks and green space points: 0
- Pathway points: 15
- WalkScore: 2
- TransitScore: 28
Interesting Facts about Crestmont
Schools In or Near Crestmont
Parents of the children of Crestmont can choose to send their kids to any of the wide variety of assigned public, catholic, and private schools in the surrounding areas. These schools include:
- Belvedere Parkway School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Varsity Acres School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Brentwood School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- École de la Rose Sauvage (Elementary, Middle, High)
- Bowness High School (High)
- Thomas B. Riley School (Middle, High)
- Branton School (Middle, High)
- Langevin School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- Our Lady of the Assumption School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- St. Sylvester School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- St. Margaret School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- École Ste-Marguerite-Bourgeoys (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- Madeleine d'Houet School (Middle, High)
- St. Francis High School (High)
- St. Mary's High School (High)
- Calgary Waldorf School
A little over 1,500 people stayed in 455 private households in Crestmont in 2016. The community has a large population of children aged 0 and 14 years, and almost 95% of Crestmont's population consists of Canadian citizens. Owners occupy over 90% of the properties, while the rest are rented out.
Crestmont houses boast various architectures in various styles, including French Country, Georgia, Colonial, Prairie, and Tudor styles. No matter what your architectural style, you are sure to find a lovely family home designed in a style that you love. Almost all the houses here are single-detached dwellings.
Qualico Communities developed the neighbourhood of Crestmont. Development began in early 2000. Phases 7 and 8 were constructed by two of Canada's most famous builders – JayMack Custom Homes and Augusta Fine Homes. Other notable builders who have been involved in making this community include NuVista Homes, Trico Homes, Sterling Homes, Partners Development Group, and Broadview Homes.
The final phases of the community were completed recently, in 2020.
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FAQs about Crestmont Real Estate and Neighborhood
What amenities are there nearby?
Families can indulge in a weekend of golf, hiking, and skiing at Kananaskis Mountain Lodge, less than an hour's drive from Crestmont.
Recreational centres close to the community include Canada Olympic Park, Westside Recreation Centre, and Crowfoot YMCA. The Crestmont residents' hall offers a wide range of facilities like a spray park, fire pit, and a playground for Crestmont's children. There is a beautiful pond here that is used as a skating pond during the winter.
Calgary Climbing Centre Rocky Mountain is fun to do some safe indoor rock climbing as a family. The facility is east of the Crestmont community.
Is there child care available in the neighbourhood?
As a parent, you naturally want to ensure your child is safe when they are away from home. Crestmont has several reliable and excellent daycare centres where you can leave your child, so you know they are in safe and trustworthy care. Here is a list of some of the best child care centres in the neighbourhood:
Little Stars Ltd. on Crestmont Boulevard SW is a daycare and preschool that provides full-time and part-time care for families without a regular schedule. This is a fully licensed child care program that takes in children as young as 19 months to six years.
Sol Solecito Dayhome is a daycare centre on Crestmont Drive SW that offers children integrated learning opportunities, creative and fun activities, indoor and outdoor free play time, puzzles, crafts, arts, storytime, and more. Plus, the centre also provides your child with healthy homemade snacks and meals.
Willowbrae Childcare Academy on Crestridge Common SW offers daycare Monday through Friday from 7 am to 6 pm. Willowbrae offers part-time and full-time programs for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The centre prides itself in providing the highest stands of childcare possible.
How long does it take to get to the airport?
Calgary International Airport (YYC) is approximately 34.5 kilometres from Crestmont. The fastest route is via AB-201 E and will take you about 26 minutes.
An alternate route is via AB 201 E and 96 Avenue NE. The distance via this route is only 27.5 kilometres, but it will take you approximately 27 minutes to reach the airport.
Alternatively, you can catch a bus which will take approximately two hours to reach the airport.
Where is the nearest library?
Crestmont's readers drive up to Bowness Library located on Bowness Road NW. This is a public library less than a 10-minute drive away from Crestmont and is loaded with everything one would expect from a good library. That includes magazines, books, computers, reading rooms, and free Wi-Fi with a library card. The book has an especially nice collection of children's books and friendly staff.
How do I get around? Public Transport etc.
Crestmont is considered a car-dependent neighbourhood, and you will need to drive around to get all your errands done. At least two bus lines pass through Crestmont.