Move Up Homes in Killarney/Glengarry
(Detached houses ranging from $450,000 to $650,000)
The Killarney community is blessed with a great location with close proximity to a larger number of shopping centres and recreational venues. The nearby Richmond Square and Westhill Shopping Centre are two of the most popular commercial destinations that are frequented by the residents of the community of Killarney. In addition to this, the Thirty Seventh Street too is home to a variety of retail shops and specialty stores to cater to your everyday shopping needs. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, then you might want to check out the various sports and athletic facilities located right within the community.
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Killarney - A Great Community
Saving time (and also the environment to some extent) while commuting around the city shouldn’t a problem for residents of the neighbourhood; Westbrook Train Station, 45 Street Train Station, Shaganappi Point Train Station, Sirocco Train Station, and Sunalta Train Station are a few stations from where residents can take commuter trains to major spots of Calgary.
Health and dental clinics, a local Safeway and main services and amenities are just around the corner. Foothills Hospital and Rockyview Hospital are two health centres located close to the neighbourhood.
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Killarney was registered with the Alberta Land Titles Office in 1906, and the land was formally annexed in 1910. Most of the residential units then were single-storey houses. But today, the community of Killarney is in transition. The past decade has seen many of the original homes broken down in favour of luxury two-story properties, all of which are designed to provide residents with the privacy and comfort they need. As such, Killarney is a neighbourhood that’s perfectly well-suited to any home buyer who wishes to settle in Calgary’s bustling southwest district.
While the ongoing development is ushering in a new culture and a new generation of owners to the community, many of the original structures continue to stand here, giving Killarney a unique and diverse make-up.
Killarney is welcoming not only to single adults but also to growing families. For kids residing here, the neighbourhood has two schools: Holy Name Elementary School (Bilingual) and Killarney Elementary School (public school board). Parents can also approach A.E. Cross Junior High School, Ernest Manning High School, and Vincent Massey Junior High School—all of which are located in adjoining neighbourhoods.
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Selling and then Relocating into Killarney/Glengarry
The first plan for the suburb was registered in 1906 and the land was formally annexed in 1910 with single–storey clapboard housing being built. Since then over the years Killarney-Glengarry has transformed from early settlers and after war time housing to one of Calgary's most sought after inner city areas close to shopping schools and mature treed parks throughout.