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Inglewood real estate is located in Calgary’s oldest neighbourhood, a walk through which will take you through a neighbourhood overflowing with character. Experience the history of the red brick-built shopping district on 9th ave. Take a bike ride along the Bow River into green Pearce Park or River Surf on Harvie Passage. Inglewood's diverse amenities are perfect for adventure, nature lovers and night owls. Historic shopping district on 9th ave with quirks like a retired Firehall converted to the neighbourhood pub.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $761K
Lowest Price $200K
Highest Price $2.1M
Total Listings 34
Avg. Days On Market 28
Avg. Price/SQFT $512

Property Types (active listings)

Inglewood Real Estate For Sale

Inglewood Real Estate Information

Inglewood homes for sale are typically new builds with upgraded amenities, despite being located in the oldest neighbourhood in Calgary.

Homes in Inglewood are popular for their classic yet modern feel, many of which are built with brick and shingle exteriors and are situated on spacious, well manicured lawns.

The interiors of Inglewood homes feature upgraded amenities such as smart home systems, stainless steel appliances, and contemporary fittings such as baseboards, hardwood floors and cupboards.

Many Inglewood homes have desirable open concept floor plans, allowing homeowners to customize how they want their homes to look.

Backyards are a point of pride for Inglewood homeowners, with fenced-in properties providing privacy, and decks and patios providing ideal spaces for entertaining friends and family.

Condos are a popular property type in Inglewood real estate as well, providing residents with gorgeous views of downtown Calgary in large spaces with amenities like gyms and pools, all covered by HOAs. 

Inglewood Area Information

Inglewood real estate is highly desirable for its location in this quirky, trendy neighborhood, with numerous local breweries, boutiques and eclectic restaurant options down 9th Avenue.

Multiple art galleries are located in the 9th avenue area of the Inglewood neighbourhood, such as the Esker Foundation and the Collectors’ Gallery of Art among many others.

Fort Calgary is within walking distance of the northern border of Inglewood, a historic fort built in 1875 that now educates locals and visitors with entertaining educational tours and displays.

Inglewood real estate is also known for its close proximity to multiple music venues such as Festival Hall, which hosts many local musicians and other cultural events. 

These homes are also close to Downtown Calgary to the northwest, just a short drive away from all the local attractions of this major municipal center. 

Parks in Inglewood

Inglewood homes for sale are always close to multiple nearby parks and open green spaces, such as Pearce Estate Park.

This massive riverside wetland park has everything homeowners could want in a park — incredible views of Bow River, hiking and biking trails that are perfect for dog walking, and numerous play areas and open spaces for sports. 

Multiple lookout points are situated throughout the park, such as Harvie Passage, Hughes Island and Barley’s Point, including the Bow Habitat Station and Sam Livingston Fish Hatchery, which contains aquariums and educational exhibits on local fish species, as well as tours of a trout hatchery. 

Inglewood Wildlands are another draw to this green neighbourhood, a beautiful nature preserve that also contains multiple trails and paths for walking, hiking and biking.

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