Rangeview Calgary Real Estate and Homes for Sale

The plan for the community is designed to give residents a feeling of walking through a traditional rural Alberta hamlet or town. The open spaces and greenery are exceptionally breathtaking in this close-knit community, bound together by their love for nature, gardening, green spaces, and the outdoors.

Inspired by the Ollerenshaw family legacy and respect for Alberta’s agricultural roots, Rangeview will be a vibrant gathering place for neighbours to connect, surrounded by amenity-rich residential living, community gardens, garden-to-table food celebration and more. Around here there’s plenty of room to grow, countless spaces to meet new friends, and all the amenities, events and conveniences that make a happy life.

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Rangeview Real Estate — Calgary's first-ever garden-to-home community rooted in rich agricultural heritage.

Welcome to Rangeview – a community that ensures nature will always be a big part of your life, even while you make a home from a modern house built within the community. Rangeview is Calgary's first-ever garden-to-home community. Rooted in preservation and respect for nature range view gives families a chance to grow amid and in contact with nature.

Rangeview is less than three minutes away from the neighbourhoods of Seton, Auburn Bay, and Mahogany. The community is very close to Stoney Trail as well.

Create your own home-based garden in your backyard, front porch, or deck if you love gardening. You will love the expansive range of gardens managed by the HOA. No matter what your age, you will be welcome to work on the land together with your neighbours and friends and get a chance to share your gardening experience. You can work in the community gardens that produce vegetables, fruits, and herbs. You can also work in demonstration gardens, food forests and gardens, allotment gardens, greenhouses, pollinator gardens, orchards, and community kitchen gardens. When you volunteer to work in a Rangeview garden, you have access to a wide range of equipment, tools, storage, rainwater catchment, washing and packing stations, and more.

It's not just the proximity to nature that makes Rangeview an attractive neighbourhood. Educational programs, cultural activities, celebrations, and gardening lessons will be conducted throughout the year.

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If you are looking for a home in Calgary’s first-ever garden-to-table community, give us a call. We can ensure you have everything you need to get the home of your dreams. Give us a call today at (403) 255 9555.

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Amenities in Rangeview — Live, Work, & Play

Parks —

The one thing that knits this community together is its love for nature. In keeping with the theme of being close to nature, the neighbourhood comprises many parks, pathways, and open spaces. So you are always only a few minutes from a park or green open space.

Rangeview will also be home to innovative playgrounds for children, all-age play areas, and unique places created for people of every age and lifestyle. The playgrounds will be interconnected and easily accessible via a dedicated pathway system.

Here, you get to spend warm, sunny days with your family at the reconstructed wetlands or the artificial pond – all connected by gorgeous pathways.

Many sportsfields are all set to dot Rangeview's landscape for sports lovers.

Fish Creek Provincial Park with lake Sikome, cycling and hiking trails, and teeming with wildlife is a short drive away and a fantastic park to spend with the family.

Shopping —

Southcentre Mall is one of Calgary’s best shopping destinations and is 20 minutes away by car from Rangeview. Deerfoot Trail and 130th Avenue SE have hundreds of big-box stores and stores.

Mahogany, Seton, Auburn Bay, Cranston, and McKenzie Town offer residents a wide variety of shopping experiences – for every mood, occasion, and season.

Fitness —

Gyms, yoga studios, and wellness services are part of the Rangeview community plan, so you won’t have to go too far to get to the nearest gym or exercise facility.

Restaurants and bars —

From steaks, hamburgers, and full Canadian breakfast fares to American food, pizzas, and Italian grills – neighbouring Mahogany is teeming with eateries, bars, pubs, and restaurants. Here are some must-tries:

  • Green Chilli Grill
  • Toscana Italian Grill
  • Bento Sushi
  • Freshii health food
  • Sushi & Izakaya
  • State & Main
  • Bow Tie Pizza
  • Chairman’s Steakhouse
  • The Chopped Leaf
  • Alvin’s Jazz Club
  • The Canadian Brewhouse (sports bar)

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

Avenue Magazine Rankings

Rangeview is a brand new neighbourhood, and Avenue Magazine has not yet had an opportunity to rank this neighbourhood.

Interesting Facts about Rangeview

Schools In or Near Rangeview

The children of Rangeview are presently served by the public, private, and catholic schools in Seton, Mahogany, Auburn Bay, and even Cranston. There are dozens of elementary, junior high, senior high, and Montessori programs.


Rangeview offers you three home styles – laned, attached, and front garage homes. Homes here boast the signature, traditional Canadian farmhouse architectural style – inviting yet unpretentious, functional, and spacious.

When completed, there will be over 3,000 dwellings in this community.

Developer/Builder History

Section23 Developments develops Rangeview on homestead land that has a rich history. The history of this land goes back to over 100 years ago with the Ollerenshaw family. Joe and Florence Ollerenshaw were hardworking farmers and entrepreneurs who produced their own grain and processed their dairy and meat. Their son, Fred, deeply ingrained this tradition, embraced new farming technologies and innovated ways to store grain with time. Fred's children, Robert and June, worked in the farms alongside their parents and shared a great respect for the state's agricultural heritage. The family's innovation and love for entrepreneurship and philanthropy led to the creation of Section23 Developments and the establishment of the nature-loving community called Rangeview.

The idea behind creating Rangeview is to ensure the deep history of the land does not disappear. The farming and agricultural lifestyle that once thrived in this part of Calgary will now continue to live through many more generations.

The award-winning builders of the community homes include Jayman Built and Homes by Avi, who are both building laned homes. Baywest Homes, a part of the Section23 company, has built the front-garage dwellings of the first phase.

FAQs about Rangeview Real Estate and Neighborhood

  1. Where can I buy groceries?

    Plans are underway for shops and services to serve the community. These include grocery and specialty gourmet food markets, bakeries, coffee roasters, breweries, and other artisanal shops. Meanwhile, residents make a quick trip to the neighbouring communities of Seton, Mahogany, and Auburn Bay which are all less than a five-minute walk away, for all their daily requirements.

    Sobeys Mahogany on Mahogany Plaza SE is less than a six-minute drive away and is a one-stop-shop for all your fruits, vegetable, dairy, seafood, and produce.

    Save-On-Foods in Seton is an in-store shop that offers curbside pickup and delivery. The store is known to have excellent quality produce and friendly and helpful staff. The store is located on Seton Crescent SE.

    Real Canadian Superstore is another grocery store in Seton, Seton Way SE, offering more than just groceries. The store also has a mobile phone shop, a medical clinic, and even a sushi restaurant.

  2. Which is the nearest hospital?

    South Health Campus is a five-minute drive from Rangeview. South Health Campus is a state-of-art hospital located on Front Street SE. Administered by Alberta Health Services, this 269-bed hospital can handle 800,000 ambulatory visits each year. Services include 24-hour emergency care, intensive care unit, day surgery unit, and all the programs and services offered by leading hospitals across the country.

  3. What amenities are there nearby?

    A sprawling 10 acres of land has been dedicated to helping businesses grow in Rangeview. Meanwhile, Mahogany Village Market in Mahogany is merely a six-minute drive away via Rangeview Blvd and 52 St SE. The shopping district features an exciting array of services and shops, including Shoppers Drug Mart, a wide range of restaurants, daycare, veterinarians, doctors, dentists, preschool, and more. There is no need to go looking for anything else – if you need it, you will find it here at Mahogany Village Market.

    A brand-new YMCA, the Calgary Public Library, Cineplex cinema, schools, daycare, and more are available a few minutes away from the community.

  4. Are there any nearby gyms?

    Gyms, a yoga centre, and fitness centres are all a part of this new development plan. However, several fitness centres and gyms are only a few minutes away from the community. Here are some worthy of mention:

    Orangetheory Fitness on Seton Crescent SE offers offline and online total-body group workouts that combine science, technology, and coaching. So, you get the best results out of every movement.

    Stefanie Rae Pilates is a Pilates studio on Masters Terrace SE (Mahogany) that offers classical Pilates. You can take duet sessions with a family member, private classes, or semi-private classes conducted in small groups.

    Auburn Bay Fit Body Boot Camp on Auburn Meadows Drive SE has some dedicated coaches and fantastic workouts designed to improve your health and fitness levels.

  5. Are there alternative grocery options? Farmers' markets, community gardens, etc.?

    Yes! This first-of-a-kind farm-to-table community will include a Farmer’s Market that features fresh produce, artisanal products, local produce, refreshments, and more. Rooted in rich agricultural heritage, there will be a lot of community gardens, orchards, food production, buying opportunities, and more.


Listing information last updated on May 25th, 2022 at 7:32pm MDT.

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