Scarboro/Sunalta West Homes For Sale
After being annexed to the city of Calgary in 1907, the community of Upper Scarboro was established just three years later. Originally owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the land that now comprise Upper Scarboro is bound by Bow Trail and 12 Avenue to the north, 17 Avenue to the south, 17 Street and 14 Avenue to the east and Crowchild Trail to the west. The subdivisions that now exist within the Upper Scarboro community were originally approved in 1910 and 1911. Many of the restrictions that were put in place at that time still remain in place today, such as the restrictions that have been placed on lots. Similarly, the use of street names rather than numbers is still in place within the community. Read More...
Scarboro/Sunalta West Real Estate For Sale
In the City of Calgary's 2016 municipal census, Scarboro/Sunalta West had a population of 445 living in 175 dwellings, with a median total household income (before tax) in 2015: $132,743, with 63% of residents having their post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree. The demographic make-up of residents in Scarboro/Sunalta West is primarily families with school-aged children, and professional couples wanting the inner city lifestyle in a neighborhood located close to downtown Calgary.
Scarboro/Sunalta West homes are mostly detached single-family homes, throughout all of Scarboro/Sunalta West and executive homes for the working professionals. Average home prices range from the $800,000s to $1,000,000s.
Scarboro/Sunalta West Neighbourhood Amenities
Residents of the Upper Scarboro community enjoy the use of the community association facilities, which are capable of holding up to 170 people in the main hall. The centre also features meeting rooms and a kitchen. Other facilities available offered through the centre include an outdoor skating rink and sports fields.
Scarboro/Sunalta West Schools
Elementary-aged children whose parents are interested in homes for sale in the Upper Scarboro community may attend Sunalta, Westgate or Alex Furguson, with Westgate offering a French Immersion program. Catholic elementary schools serving the community include St. Monica, Sacred Heart and Holy Name, with the latter offering a French Immersion program. Public junior high schools serving the Upper Scarboro community include Mount Royal and Bishop Pinkham, with Bishop Pinkham offering a French Immersion program. The Catholic schools of St. Monica and St. Michael also serve the Upper Scarboro community. The public high school of Western Canada, which offers a French Immersion program, also serves the Upper Scarboro community. The Catholic high school of St. Mary's also serves the Upper Scarboro community. Show Less...