Architecture-inspired modern designs and renovations have made this townhouse a nice quiet retreat in Calgary’s Lakeview Village. This well-maintained two-bedroom, two-bath corner townhouse is conveniently situated in the centre of the sought-after Lakeview Green complex.
When you step into this towhouse, you will notice the one-of-a-kind bespoke millwork panels, hardwood open riser staircases, and unique glass panel railings throughout the house. The main level is finished with hardwood flooring and has been lovingly customized by its owner.
On the main level, there is an open concept with a 2-tone bespoke kitchen and track lighting system throughout the main level, which leads into the spacious basement. Built-in entertainment unit, large west-facing windows and an elevated eating area are among the characteristics of the living room.
Two-piece bathroom with slate backsplash and a bespoke vanity on the main floor of the house. Two big bedrooms with modern colour schemes are located on the second floor.
An integrated entertainment unit and a mirrored wardrobe are included in the primary bedroom. The second bedroom has mirrored closet doors, and black rugs help to balance off the pale walls.
With a lovely bespoke slate tile floor and a modern glass vanity and stainless vessel sink, the top four-piece bathroom is a relaxing retreat.
It is possible to have a private work from home area and extra storage in the heated garage that is now being used as an office because of the adaptability of the heated garage.
One of the distinctive features of the condo costs is that they include heat and water. The hot water baseboard heating maintains a uniform temperature throughout the home and garage.
In addition, there is an outdoor southwest patio that is perfect for summer BBQs, a neighbouring off-leash dog park, and green space, as well as close access to a variety of top schools, Glenmore Park, and the Weaslehead Pathways. Local shopping options include Bella Roma, DQ, IGA, and a variety of other stores.
Reach us today for a tour of this unique property, and if you are interested in the community of Lakeview take a look at our neighborhood spotlight tour below:
Coach Hill/Patterson Heights is in southwest Calgary, established in the 1970s. It is a mixed-use development with detached homes, townhouses, and flats. The region was named after the Old Banff Coach Road, which used to transport stagecoach passengers to Banff.
Patterson Heights began in the 1980s. Previously, it was mostly privately held land. Patterson Heights has two landmarks. The CFCN tower gave the region its original name, Broadcast Hill. The Crandel family operated the first brick factory in Alberta and lived in a historic brick mansion nearby. The plant located in Edworthy Park, near Brickburn Railway Station. The Patterson family, for whom the neighbourhood is named, bought the Crandel home.
The Bow Trail connects Coach Hill/Patterson Heights to downtown. The region has great views due to its height. The community facility is surrounded by greenery and has a playground, soccer fields, a baseball diamond, and an outdoor rink. Some of the popular activities at the community centre include: line dance, Celtic dancing, Tae Kwon Do and Girl Guides and Brownies. The Girl Guides help clean up the town and preserve gardens and green spaces. Coach Hill/Patterson Heights co-ordinates sports with Strathcona/Christie. Coach Hill/Patterson Heights also hosts annual activities such as a Stampede breakfast.
Even though Coach Hill Patterson Heights is a well-established neighbourhood, there are still many changes happening inside and around it, for example, Kumlin Sullivan Architecture Studio and the proprietor of 1186 Prominence Way SW want to apply for a land-use redesignation within the area for a future development.
The community is currently converting the present Adopt-a-Rink location into a year-round outdoor activity centre.
The Calgary Board of Education revealed in late June 2021 that the completed plan for High School Resignation is the same plan presented on June 1, 2021.
Despite strong community opposition, kids from Coach Hill and Patterson Heights will attend Bowness High School rather than Ernest Manning High School. Coach Hill and Patterson Heights used to attend EMHS, but due to overcrowding, communities were forced to relocate.
The Paskapoo Slopes stretch 4 km west and northwest of Patterson Heights along Highway 1 to COP.
The 260-acre parcel was sold to Trinity Development Group, and in 2015 the City Council authorised a plan to develop around 100 acres of land on the Paskapoo Slopes into a mixed-use community named Medicine Hill. Visit the Trinity Hills website for further details.
The completion of the SW portion of the ring road has improved the accessibility of this area considerably. Access South Calgary, businesses on MacLeod such as Chinook Center, and get out to Kananaskis easier than ever before!
If you are looking to enjoy the advantages of a mature community in West Calgary, Coach Hill is a great option with its close proximity to inner city Calgary, LRT access, and short drive time to escape out to the mountains.
Home sellers know they are competing both with the new infills in neighboring communities like Rosscarrock and Killarney, as well as the newer homes out west in communities like West Springs and Aspen woods. Homeowners in this area are well aware of this and that is why we have seen quite a few extensive rennovations featured on many of the houses we have listed here recently, in fact this might be a sweet spot for value in West Calgary that is often overlooked when consumers are faced with the marketing for newer communities further out west.
Not only do homes in Coach Hill feature larger lots than those in adjacent communities, but there is far more green space and pathways in the area than neighboring inner city communities.
Commuters will also enjoy the convenience of getting to downtown on Bow trail, which can often be a more pleasant experience than that had by those who live further North and need to cross the river to get downtown.
It goes without saying that we think this is an underrated community that should be considered by anyone looking for a home or investment property in West Calgary that is far enough away from Downtown to enjoy larger lots, but close enough to enjoy the LRT, and relatively easy access to Downtown.
We just listed a great completely modernized and renovated townhome in the neighborhood, check it out here!
If you have any other questions about this area or are looking for help buying and selling in the area, don't hesitate to get in touch with us today.
When you think “Inner City Townhome” in Calgary, what usually comes to mind?
Normally you would expect a 1500 square foot townhouse, located 9 minutes from the city center, 6 minutes from Marda loop and 5 minutes to Mount Royal University to come with a huge price premium.
This spacious townhome features three large bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a connected double garage with room for two cars and storage. We think this unit strikes the perfect balance between size, price and prime location!
Take a look at our Video Tour of this property!
The open country kitchen offers plenty of storage cabinets and counter space, as well as two huge, sunny west windows. The apartment includes a stainless refrigerator, electric flat top stove, dishwasher, and hood fan.
There is also a spacious dining area, which can seat ten people at a table.
A stone-faced gas fireplace can be found in the big living area.Sliding patio doors open to a private fenced yard with flagstone patio and built-in planter boxes. While this private backyard is a great retreat to sit and enjoy nature, you will also notice how much green space is in and around this complex.
Open-riser stairs lead to the Master bedroom, which has two huge closets and a three-piece ensuite with a walk-in shower.
Two further bedrooms share a big four-piece bath up a few stairs from the primary bedroom.
Of course, the townhome has been freshly painted, has new carpet, an updated furnace and hot water heater; it is ready for immediate occupancy. The spaciousness of all the rooms will pleasantly surprise you.
There is enough space to grow into this unit with your family. We have seen a lot of customizations and renovation to this unit. One idea we have seen in the past with is knocking down the wall between the landing area and the rear area of the garage to make an extra den, office or family room. You would still be left with a single garage and driveway.
October sales totalled 2,186, a monthly high and approximately 35% higher than long-term norms. Year-to-date sales are already 61% higher than the previous five-year average.
According to local RE/MAX agents, this is projected to continue for the remainder of 2021. This can be credited to market changes, where oil prices are reverting to 2014 levels, which corresponds to a rise in Calgary condominiums.
Re/Max recently issued its Canada 2021 Condominium Report, which examined activity in five major locations and discovered that Calgary had the strongest growth, with sales increasing by more than 80 percent year over year from January to August.
Demand for lower-priced condominiums is being driven by relative affordability: Calgary is one of the few cities in Canada where a sub-$300,000 condo unit in a desirable location is available.
Condo sales plummet because they compete with single-family detached and semi-detached homes in the $400,000 to $500,000 price range.
According to brokers, there are two types of condominium buyers. First-time homebuyers who cannot afford a single-family home but want to get into the market being the first kind, the second would be customers looking for high-end urban options in their lifestyle.
While new listings climbed over last year, higher sales reduced inventory levels, which were 16% lower than last year and longer-term averages for the month. Although high sales have contributed to the decline in months of supply, supply has failed to keep up with demand. The supply was little over two months in October.
Because of the tight market conditions, benchmark prices increased this month. October's benchmark price of $460,100 was slightly higher than last month's and more than 9% more than the previous October's price of $422,600.