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Crestmont Estate Homes
(Detached houses ranging from $650,000 and up)
Crestmont is a residential community located in the southwest quadrant of Calgary. The beautiful community of Crestmont boasts luxurious homes set in a peaceful surrounding cut off from the crowd and noise. Crestmont homes for sale are graced with scenic natural beauty and lush greenery. The Crestmont housing market has a variety of different housing options but mostly focused on large estate homes in an exclusive neighbourhood.
Estate Homes for Sale in Crestmont Calgary
Crestmont Estate Homes — Market Report
Crestmont is one of Calgary’s newer communities with development starting in the early 2000’s. Estate homes in Crestmont can be found on almost every street! These homes consist of 2 storey and bungalow floor plans and often have features like walk out basements, large decks and patios and generous sized lots.
- Homes in Crestmont tend to be very affordable with the average price per square foot just $281 – a steal when compared with west Calgary’s average of $349/sq/ft
- This newer community has a lot of inventory to offer potential buyers and averages 5.6 months of inventory compared with west Calgary’s average of just 4.3 months.
- Homes in this category would have been built between 2000 and 2020 with the majority of new home development completing in 2020.
Crestmont offers residents unparalleled access to the mountains, and provincial parks west of Calgary. The community also boasts a spray park, easy access to shopping and dining, and quick access to the downtown core making this the ideal spot for growing families.
Living in an estate home in Crestmont
The prime location affords Crestmont homes for sale affords residents a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains from their homes. The natural Aspen forests and creek are protected areas making way for vast green open spaces and a lot of indigenous wildlife.