These are the top 5 neighbourhoods in Calgary to buy real estate

Nov 30 2018, 7:58 pm

Calgary is one of Canada’s most famous cities, and is home to more than a million people. It has plenty to offer in terms of living, being ranked the fourth most “liveable” city in the world — making it the highest rated city in North America.

If you’re looking to make a move to Calgary, or you are already a Calgary-local seeking a new place to settle down, it can be hard finding the perfect spot.

Before you even consider looking for a place to buy, you have to consider the neighbourhood — including safety, the convenience of the location, the nearby amenities, amongst many other factors. We’ve teamed up with online real estate agent Ovlix to help highlight the top five neighbourhoods for real estate in Calgary.


Beltline neighbourhood/Shutterstock

Consistently ranked as the best neighbourhood in Calgary, the area features plenty of shops, restaurants, and boutiques that sell everything from retro furniture, vinyl, and gifts. Discover stretches of art galleries and contemporary furniture showrooms that make the Beltline community known as the design district.

With the average asking price at $450,000 for a listing in the Beltline, and one of the lowest crime rates out of Calgary’s neighbourhoods, it is one of the prime locations for real estate.

Panorama Hills

Townhouse/Panorama Hills

Panorama Hills is a picturesque community in Calgary surrounded by greenery, including the 36-hole Country Hills Golf Course. Perfect for families, the homes in Panorama are surrounded by plenty of parks, playgrounds, bike paths, and a fabulous community centre complete with a water park.

The average listing in Panorama Hills is $480,000, and with a low crime rate, the community is a great neighbourhood for real estate, particularly for those with children.


4-bedroom house/Evanston

The neighbourhood of Evanston was planned and developed with family in mind, in the aim of being a family-friendly place to live. With streets your children can play in safely, and shops within walking distance, Evanston is a place where people are brought together rather than kept apart. There are plenty of open green spaces with amenities for gathering with friends, and plenty of playgrounds for children.

The average price for a house in Evanston ranges between $500,000 to $600,000, with the ever-growing popularity of the neighbourhood and family-oriented community being a huge drawing point.



If you are an outdoor-lover who still wants the convenience of being near the city, Cranston is the perfect neighbourhood for you. With plenty of parks and green spaces, as well as nearby shops for you to stock your pantry, Cranston has all the necessities for a comfortable life.

With an average asking price of $550,000, the residential community of Cranston is a true dream destination for nature lovers. The area has matured over the last fifteen years to become a popular, safe, and thriving neighbourhood.


3-bedroom house/Evergreen

With a low crime rate, Evergreen is a family-friendly and family-oriented area that offers beautiful homes in a peaceful, tranquil setting. A quiet and convenient neighbourhood, you can expect plenty of shops, cafes, and restaurants within close distance — so you have everything you need.

With an average asking price of $505,000 for a house in Evergreen, you can feel safe in this conveniently located neighbourhood.

For more information and to see more real estate listings in Calgary, visit Ovlix online. To get the latest updates and stay in the know, check out the online real estate agent on Facebook and Twitter.

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