Acadia Calgary - Southeast Charm
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has been described as "not suburbia", a quiet area with easy access to downtown, restaurants, parks, trails, the Acadia pool Calgary, shopping, transportation (including transit and Heritage LRT) and schools. It shares the convenience of inner city living with the affordability of suburbia. And this all combines to provide great real estate value for young families and investors alike.
The area including Acadia is a mature community that features a decently sized swath of green space, with majestic oak trees nicely showcased in some parts. It lies in the southeast part of Calgary, between the Bow River and MacLeod Trail on its western edge. To the north is Heritage Drive and Southland Drive wraps up its southern boundary. Look for the number 164 on the map. The population of Acadia is just over ten thousand.
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Construction began in 1960 in Acadia, with most free-standing houses being built in the first few years with apartments and condominiums filling in up to the early 2000's. The nice centrally-located Acadia Rec Centre Calgary provides squash, racquetball, Acadia tennis courts Calgary and indoor skating, with programs for sports, fitness, scouts, dance and other youth and seniors' opportunities.
Where do Acadia kids go to school? The public system offers the Alice M. Curtis Elementary, The Andrew Davison Bilingual Elementary, the Fred Parker Elementary, the Ecole de la Source Francophone, the Acadia School for kindergarten to grade 4, David Thompson School for grades 5-9 and Lord Beaverbrook High School for grades 10 and up. Additionally, the separate system of Catholic schools provides St. Cecilia School for the youngest kids, K to 6, St. Matthew with its French Immersion Program for K to 9, and Bishop Grandin High School serving kids from grades 10 to 12. There is one more school called Foundations for the Future.
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