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Have you heard of Coral Springs? You can find it in the far north east, right between 68 Street and the new Stoney Trail east freeway, north of McKnight Boulevard and south of 64 Ave. See the number 103 on the map?

Coral Springs Map

This has been the wealthiest and lowest-crime area of Northeast Calgary.  A little over 6000 live in this neighbourhood which was built in the 90's, within a few years of the construction dates of the surrounding communities.

Which ones?  To the north is Taradale, Falconridge is just on the west side while you will find Monterey Park and Temple on the south side of McKnight Blvd.

What makes this area so attractive, sought after and prestigious? To begin with, the lake. Many of the beautiful bungalows on these quiet streets have lake use privileges included with ownership. The activities available at the Residents Association water facility include boating, swimming (with a beach house), fishing and skating.  Some properties here lie inside gated communities for extra comfort and security.

How Coral Springs has a Bit More to Offer

Coral Springs

For other forms of recreation, the Don Hartman Northeast Sportsplex provides great recreational opportunities and houses the community association as well.  They really like kids.  Here you'll find a couple hockey league surfaces, two gymnasiums, weights to work out on, and a place to relax after you're done.  Maybe, watch some of your favourite games in the dining area which features a sports bar with pool tables.

This fantastic location offers everything a growing family needs and more. Schools include Chief Justice Milvain School for children in kindergarten to grade 4, Annie Gale School for ages 5 - 9 and James Fowler High School (a fair jaunt westward down McKnight Boulevard) afterward.

The Calgary Catholic School District offers Msgr. A. J. Hetherington and Sir Wilfrid Schools for K-6, Blessed John XXIII and St. Martha for K-9 then Bishop McNally High School, which is next door in Falconridge.

Is this a convenient location? That depends on what you do. Although a bit of a long drive to downtown, this neighbourhood has plenty of shopping, schools, bus stops, playgrounds and recreational facilities right here. Commuters enjoy easy access to the ring road, public transportation, hospital and the airport.

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