Oakridge Calgary Real Estate

The majority of residences in Oakridge are spacious single-family homes, with fewer apartments and condominiums. Homes are spacious and luxurious, yet affordable. Many Oakridge real estate owners consider it to be the perfect mix of fairly priced houses in a well-to-do location. Some of the houses were built in the late 1960s, while others were constructed in the 2000s.

Oakridge Homes for Sale

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564 OAKWOOD PLACE SW IN CALGARY ALBERTA

$839,000

Spectacular Home On A Quiet Cul De Sac In Beautiful Oakridge. Not Only The Perfect Location But Also One Of The Biggest Lots You Can Get In This Family-friendly Neighbourhood. This Freshly Renovated Home Has Been Completely Redone From Top To Bottom With Exquisite Taste A... Read More »

564 Oakwood Place Sw

Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 1,790 Square FT

MLS® #A2015318

 
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3, 35 Oakmount Court Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4Y9 Oakridge Details
3, 35 Oakmount Court Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4Y9 Oakridge Details
3, 35 Oakmount Court Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4Y9 Oakridge Details
3, 35 Oakmount Court Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4Y9 Oakridge Details

3, 35 OAKMOUNT COURT SW IN CALGARY ALBERTA

$750,000

Welcome To Heritage Bay, A Boutique Gated Community Steps From South Glenmore Park And The Paths Around The Reservoir. This Immaculate 2 Story Townhome Features Some Of The Finest Design Elements. The 18 Foot Vaulted Ceiling In The Living Room Allows For An Abundance Of L... Read More »

3, 35 Oakmount Court Sw

Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,414 Square FT

MLS® #A2022004

 

3211 OAKWOOD DRIVE SW IN CALGARY ALBERTA

$729,900

Welcome To This Fully Renovated Dreamy Bungalow With 2 Masters That Is Located In The Family Friendly Community Of Oakridge! Located On A Well Sized Lot (close To 6600 Sq Ft)!!! Attention To Detail In This Home Is Fantastic; The Complimentary Color Theme And Quality Finis... Read More »

3211 Oakwood Drive Sw

Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 1,220 Square FT

MLS® #A2019679

 

206 OAKMOOR PLACE SW IN CALGARY ALBERTA

$569,000

Welcome To Fully Renovated, Richly Designed Bungalow In A Quite Cul-de-sac That Boasts Timeless Updates, Countless Modern Design Features, And Luxurious Finishes. Open Concept With 3 Large Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath Aesthetically Pleasing Home Features A Designer Paint, Exquis... Read More »

206 Oakmoor Place Sw

Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,264 Square FT

MLS® #A2006049

 
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1501, 2520 Palliser Drive Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4S9 Oakridge Details
1501, 2520 Palliser Drive Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4S9 Oakridge Details
1501, 2520 Palliser Drive Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4S9 Oakridge Details
1501, 2520 Palliser Drive Sw Calgary Alberta T2V 4S9 Oakridge Details

1501, 2520 PALLISER DRIVE SW IN CALGARY ALBERTA

$220,000

Located In The Sought After Community Of Oakridge, A Rare 3 Bedroom 1045 Soft Bungalow Style Main Floor Unit In The Palace Oaks Complex. Assessment Was Done Recently For New Exterior Paint And To Top Up The Reserve Fund! One Assigned Parking Stall Just Steps Away. Enjo... Read More »

1501, 2520 Palliser Drive Sw

Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 1,046 Square FT

MLS® #A2022166

Oarkridge Real Estate — is considered to be the perfect mix of fairly priced houses in a well-to-do location by many homeowners.

Oakridge is based on the Southwestern area of the city of Calgary and offers many delightful outdoor and sports experiences. Many homeowners consider it to be the perfect mix of fairly priced houses in a well-to-do location.

Oakridge is bound on the north by 90 Avenue and the south by Southland Drive. The T'suu T'ina First Nation Reserve is to the west, while 24 Street is to the east. To the north of Oakridge are the popular and attractive Weaselhead Natural Area and the Glenmore Reservoir.

The reservoir is a notable recreational location due to its long shoreline. The region's recreational amenities include the boat docks, footpath, and hiking trails in the Weaselhead Flats area, as well as Glenmore Park and Heritage Park. Heritage Park Historical Village, situated on a peninsula of Glenmore Lake, is a popular tourist and local attraction.

While you can experience the beautiful outdoors and indulge in many activities that these natural reserves offer, you can also engage in other mainstream sports such as tennis, hockey, and skating.

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Oakridge Real Estate News

Oakridge is an exclusive neighbourhood of beautiful and luxurious yet affordable homes. While there are newer constructions in the forms of apartments and condominiums, most of the older homes are single-family detached houses. Since there are so few houses on the market at any given time, potential buyers would be wise to work with one of our knowledgeable Oakridge real estate agents to find exceptional offers fast.

Oakridge REALTOR® Tour of the Neighbourhood

Take a tour of Oakridge 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.

Calgary Real Estate Quadrant: SouthWest Calgary
Similar neighboring communities of Braeside and Cedarbrae
Community Established 1968

Oakridge real estate has the benefits of proximity to South Glenmore Park is South Calgary. The land to the West of Oakridge houses a green space with direct access to the park and Weaselhead Flats via the Calgary bike path system. The community of Oakridge is located on the southwest edge of the City directly south of the Glenmore Reservoir. The reservoir, with its extensive shoreline, is a significant visual feature and a recreational area. This residential district of real estate in Calgary is home to primarily single-family homes in the style of bungalows and split-level residences of an affordable nature. A prime area for first time homebuyers and investors alike Oakridge boasts a neighborly feel and good investment potential.

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Amenities in Oakridge — Live, Work, & Play

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Mountains and Lakes —

Oakridge offers many options to explore the great outdoors, including mountains and lakes. The surrounding Glenmore Reservoir and Weaselhead Flats provide residents with a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, sailing, canoeing, and more. Heritage Park is also a huge hit with both visitors and residents. The Reservoir is very alluring for homeowners, and it is common to see families unwinding after a hard day with a quiet walk overlooking the tranquil, beautiful water.

More attractions in Oakridge —

Other attractions around the neighbourhood include:

  • Calgary's largest retail mall, Chinook Mall, with 250 stores and eateries. Saks Fifth Avenue, Hudson's Bay, and Nordstrom are the key flagship stores here.
  • Glenmore Landing Shopping Area has a variety of shopping options.
  • Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park with 180 exhibits detailing Western Canada's history. Among the park's many attractions are an ancient steam train, Calgary's only paddlewheel ship, a First Nations Encampment, and a ranch.
  • Weaselhead Flats is a 237-hectare natural environment park offering hiking paths, cross-country skiing, and other activities. In this rich environment, you may see diverse species of birds. It's also a great place for pets to run about off-leash.
  • At the neighbouring Glenmore Sailing Club, you may learn to sail, race, or attend social events. Weddings, birthday parties, and business celebrations are all held at the family-friendly club.
  • The paved double-lane trails at Glenmore Reservoir are ideal for walking, jogging, running, rollerblading, and bicycling. On the river, you can also go fishing, rowing, kayaking, or paddle boating.
  • The City of Calgary owns 5 acres of property where the Oakridge Community Centre is located.
  • The Centre features an indoor arena, an outdoor rink with boards and lights, a squash court, six outdoor tennis courts added in 2010, and a circuit training room—Quick Fit Gym—reflecting the Association's objective of offering recreational possibilities to the community.
  • The Centre also has a commercial kitchen and hall space for meetings, parties, and activities, reflecting the Association's objective of providing a social environment for the community.

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

Oakridge has the look and feel of a luxury neighbourhood. The residences are large and have eye-catching and distinctive design characteristics. Natural beauty surrounds you.

The community, which is predominantly covered by beautiful green trees, exudes a peaceful atmosphere. Beautiful strolling trails, rivers, and green landscapes entice you to explore them.

Oakridge is also conveniently located near metropolitan amenities, major highways, adjacent cities, and the airport. To the north, the Glenmore Reservoir provides access to the Deerfoot Trail, a significant north-south transit corridor, as well as several eastern communities.

The Calgary International Airport, which serves both local and international destinations, is approximately 40 minutes away.

Avenue Magazine Rankings

  • Overall rank for Best Neighbourhood: 56
  • WalkScore: 36
  • TransitScore: 34
  • Parks and green space points: 34
  • Public recreation facility access points: 72
  • Restaurant access points: 28

Interesting Facts about Oakridge

Schools In or Near Oakridge

Many public, private, and Catholic schools serve Oakridge, offering Elementary, Middle, and High School programs.

Public Schools

  • Louis Riel School
  • Nellie McClung School
  • École de la Source
  • Willow Park School
  • John Ware School
  • Henry Wise Wood High School
  • Robert Warren School
  • Fairview School

Catholic Schools

  • St. Benedict School
  • St. Cyril School
  • St. Gerard School
  • École Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix
  • Bishop Grandin High School

Private Schools

  • Akiva Academy
  • The Calgary Jewish Academy

Demographics

Oakridge was annexed by the City of Calgary in 1956, after formerly being under the authority of the Rocky View Municipal District. In 1968, it was formally designated as a neighbourhood.

The Oakridge Community Association was founded on November 12, 1970, and the Community Centre was completed in 1972 on five acres of city-owned land.

Oakridge had a population of 5,690 people living in 2,291 homes in the 2019 municipal census, up -1.2% from its 2011 population of 5,719. In 2012, it had a population density of 2,371/km2 on a land area of 2.4 km2.

In 2000, the typical household income in this neighbourhood was $72,674, and 6.9% of households were considered low-income.

Immigrants made up 21.3% of the population in 2000. Condominiums or flats accounted for 1.8% of the structures, while 8.4% of the housing was rented.

According to data from the City of Calgary from 2014, 88 %of properties in Oakridge are occupied by their owners. And single-family homes account for 75% of all housing.

The community's median age is 46, with three persons per census family on average and an equal gender split of 50% male and female.

16% of Oakridge residents are over the age of 65, compared to 10% for the rest of the city.

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FAQs about Oakridge Real Estate and Neighborhood

  1. Are there any amenities nearby?

    The Heritage Historical Park Village is the second-largest living museum in Canada, enjoyed equally by locals and tourists. The park features exhibits from the 1860s to the 1950s that depict western Canadian history. Boat and train rides are popular with kids, and you may enjoy stunning views of the reservoir and sunset.

  2. How do I get around?

    Most amenities like workplaces, schools, banks, shops, doctors’ offices, and restaurants are located within a short distance of the neighbourhood. You can get around Oakridge on foot, by driving a car, riding a bike, or using public transport.

  3. Is the community safe?

    Oakridge is considered 73% safer than other cities in the province of Alberta. Even compared to the city of Calgary, the crime rate is at least 6% lower in Oakridge. So, you will feel safe in the neighbourhood!

  4. What’s the closest hospital?

    Rockyview General Hospital (RGH) is the closest hospital, only a few kilometres away. RGH provides a comprehensive spectrum of acute and outpatient services, including emergency, critical care, urology, and ophthalmology.

  5. What amenities are there?

    There are several cafés, pubs, restaurants, and retail shops to choose from, providing lots of entertainment. You'll be able to spend your free time comfortably without needing to travel beyond the neighbourhood.

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