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3108 36 Avenue Sw
Rutland Park, Calgary, Alberta
- 3 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1,004 Square FT
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3747 36 Avenue Sw
Rutland Park, Calgary, Alberta
- 3 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1,034 Square FT
3 Bedroom Townhome In A Quiet Complex Within The Inner-city Community Of Rutland Park Just A 5 Minute Walk To Mru! This Move-in Ready Home Has Undergone Several Updates And Will Be Vacant As Of March 1st. Spacious And Bright The Living Room Is Flooded With Natural Light T... Read More »
412, 4525 31 Street Sw
Rutland Park, Calgary, Alberta
- 3 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 967 Square FT
Welcome to Rutland Park, a small but homey neighbourhood with mature tree-lined streets, lying in the western quadrant of Calgary. Self-sufficient and dotted with gorgeous parks, it is the ideal community for young families, children, students, and working professionals. Professors and students of Mount Royal University find the neighbourhood the perfect place to reside. Its proximity to Weaselhead Flats and North Glenmore Park and easy access to pathways make it ideal for nature lovers, trekkers, hikers, walkers, and those who love the outdoors.
What sets this neighbourhood apart from the many others surrounding it is the variety of homes to fit different lifestyles, local amenities, and stunningly beautiful landscapes.
The community of Rutland Park is bordered by Richmond Road and 33rd Avenue on the north and Glenmore Trail on the south. Crowchild Trail and 37th Street form their eastern and western borders. Neighbouring communities include Lincoln Park, Currie Barracks, and Glamorgan.
The Trendy Marda Loop is three kilometres away (approximately five minutes drive).
The famous Mount Royal University is located just outside of the southeast border of the community.
Rutland Park REALTOR® Tour of the Neighbourhood
Take a tour of Rutland Park 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.
Rutland Park — Market, Homes, & Listings
Annexed in 1910 as Sarcee Park, Rutland Park was established in 1952. Rutland Park is located North of Mount Royal University and west of Crowchild Trail. Rutland Park is named after Rutland county in England and is an ideal place for its close proximity to Marda Loop Business Revitalization Zone and Downtown, as well as North Glenmore Park and Weaselhead.
Rutland Park’s real estate is mostly made up of condominiums/row houses and apartments (69% of property in the area), with the remaining 31% being made up of detached and semi detached single-family housing. 56.5% of residences in the community are rentals.
Calgary Real Estate Quadrant: SouthWest Calgary
Similar neighboring communities of Rideau Park, Erlton and Park Hill.
Community Established 1952
Rutland Park is a community of well built older homes prime as starter homes for first time homebuyers, and investors. Nearby Sarcee Meadows houses many rental apartment buildings, and Richmond Green Park and Golf Club offer recreational opportunities. The Farmer's Market in the Currie Barracks offers a popular weekend shopping experience and the recently re-developed Marda Loop area present various dining and socializing opportunities.
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Amenities in Rutland Park — Live, Work, & Play
Rutland Park Playground and Sarcee Meadows Playground are well-maintained playgrounds for toddlers and young children within Rutland Park. The parks are fitted with excellent playground equipment for your young ones.
Rutland Park Community Association has a playground for children, sports fields and a rink for the rest of the family.
City of Calgary Toboggan Hill - Richmond Green is a safe hill for children to toboggan down.
Glamorgan Off-Leash Area is a large area for your dogs to run around and get some exercise off their leashes. The site lies west of the neighbourhood, on the other side of 37 Street SW.
As well as the parks within the community, Rutland Park is close to Weaselhead Flats – 585 acres of parkland at the mouth of the Elbow River and North Glenmore Park. The park has some excellent pathways created for pleasant hikes. The Calliope Hummingbird – the smallest bird in Canada, is known to live here.
North Glenmore Park is a 208-acre waterfront park with playgrounds, trails, tennis courts, picnic spots, BBQ and fire pits, and more. The park is an excellent area to spend a day with the family.
Sarcee Plaza at the southern end of the community is the place to head for all your shopping requirements. The plaza boasts a great selection of businesses in one place. You can find many retail stores and restaurants here, and you can always be sure to get a parking lot.
Chinook Centre and West Hills Towne Centre are two major shopping destinations with big box stores, restaurants, theatres, and multiple shops open throughout the week.
Restaurants and bars —
With Sarcee Plaza within the community, residents have a wide choice of restaurants to visit for various gastronomical experiences. Here is a list of restaurants you must try in Sarcee Plaza:
- Weaselhead Bar & Grill – a typical and informal pub with a full bar and offering foods like winds, pizza, and burgers.
- Masala Bhavan – authentic South Indian Cuisine
- Sushi Hanami – delicious sushi rolls and friendly staff.
- Busan - Korean restaurant
- Ogam Chicken Express – chicken restaurant serving tender, crispy and tasty chicken
- Pho Express – Vietnamese restaurant
- Canaan Rice Cake and Snow Fairy Bingsu - fantastic Korean dessert café
- K2 Grill & Wine – continental, South Indian, North Indian, and Indo-Chinese cuisine
General feel and vibe — What's it like living in Rutland Park?
Avenue Magazine Rankings
Rutland Park ranks 176 in Avenue Calgary’s 2020 list of most desirable neighbourhoods.
- Overall rank for Best Neighbourhoods 2020: 176
- Restaurant access points: 15
- Public recreation facility access points: 4
- Parks and green space points: 3
- Pathway points: 5
- WalkScore: 50
- TransitScore: 52
Interesting Facts about Rutland Park
Schools In or Near Rutland Park
The children of Rutland Park are served by A.E. Cross School and All Boys School, which are within the community. Other assigned public, catholic, and private schools catering to the children of Rutland Park in the surrounding areas include:
- Glamorgan School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle)
- Killarney School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Glenbrook School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Glenmeadows School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- École de la Source (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High, Pre-Kindergarten)
- A.E. Cross School (Middle, High)
- Central Memorial High School (High)
- Langevin School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- St. Andrew School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Holy Name French Immersion School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- École Ste-Marguerite-Bourgeoys (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- St. Margaret School (Kindergarten, Middle, High)
- St. Gregory School (Middle, High)
- St. Mary’s High School (High)
- Maria Montessori Education Centre
- Banbury Crossroads School
According to the 2016 Census of Canada, over 2,000 people resided in Rutland Park that year in a little less than 1,000 private households. The community has quite a significant population (approximately 20%) of immigrants, most of whom are from Europe. There is also a considerable population (about 20%) of seniors and retired people. Owners occupy over 40% of the dwellings, and the rest are rented out.
About 50% of the dwellings in Rutland Park were built between 1961 and 1980, so houses here belong to various periods and styles. Houses are mainly townhouses and single-detached homes, and there are a few apartments with less than five storeys. Rutland homes are spacious, well maintained, and older homes have been refurbished to accommodate the latest fittings.
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FAQs about Rutland Park Real Estate and Neighborhood
Where do I buy groceries?
Glamorgan Safeway located on 37 St is the closest grocery store and the community also has a few shopping areas with small convenience stores if you forgot to pick up milk on the way home from work.
Is there daycare within the neighbourhood?
Yes, Clever Daycare - Glamorgan is a daycare centre located in Sarcee Plaza. The facility boasts of excellent, responsive, and caring staff. You can be sure that your child is in safe hands when you drop off your child here.
Summit Kids – All Boys is another daycare that takes children ages 12 months to 12 years. The facility provides an enriching program with a fresh and innovative approach to out-of-home time.
What is the crime rate like in the neighbourhood?
Rutland Park is a relatively safe neighbourhood. Violent crimes are 18% lower than the national average, and the few crimes that occur here are related to property crime and vandalism. On the whole, residents feel safe and secure in Rutland Park. An added advantage is that Fire Station 20 and District 2 Office police facilities are less than two kilometres away in neighbouring Rosscarrock.
What amenities are there nearby?
Almost anything that you require for comfortable living is available within the neighbourhood. Some of these amenities are:
- Safeway Pharmacy
- Esso gas, diesel, and service station
- Body Exchange YYC fitness
- Carewest Sarcee Nursing Home
- Rutland Park Ice Rink
Which is the nearest recreation centre?
Mount Royal University Aquatic & Recreation Centre nearby, on Richard Road SW. The centre offers you ample opportunities to pursue an active lifestyle and meet people. The public is provided facility passes as well as memberships. The aquatic centre boasts a 25m x 25m six-lane saltwater pool and an open dive tank area. As well as a pool, the facility has several tennis courts, volleyball courts, a track, fitness/weight room, climbing wall, and two gyms.