Bridlewood Real Estate Statistics
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Imagine waking up every day to the beauty of the Canadian Rockies or the Bridlewood Creek Wetlands! As a naturally beautiful area with plenty of open spaces, living here evokes a feeling of freedom. Moving to Bridlewood in Calgary, Alberta means that you and your loved ones can adopt a healthy and active lifestyle like no other.
Houses for sale in Bridlewood are nestled in a country atmosphere in the farthest corner of Southwest Calgary, making it an ideal home for nature lovers. Residents have access to all of their necessities within walking and driving distance, so they can enjoy a mix of county and city living every single day.
Our Bridlewood real estate agents know this neighborhood well and can help you find your forever home.
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Amenities in Bridlewood
Bridlewood is a laid-back neighbourhood in southwest Calgary, Alberta. As one of Calgary’s newer housing communities, Bridlewood is a connected and walkable neighbourhood with access to gyms, grocery stores, and restaurants. Enjoy nearby recreation hubs, shopping centers, and attractions.
This Calgary neighbourhood borders the world-famous Spruce Meadows Equestrian Centre and is just a short drive from Fish Creek Provincial Park. Those who live in Bridlewood never have to worry about having access to nature or somewhere to unwind on the weekends.
Bridlewood homebuyers will discover they can easily and conveniently find restaurants, stores, and activities within this family-friendly neighbourhood.
Bridlewood Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
In just a 10-minute drive, residents of Bridlewood can go to YMCA Shawnessy. This large facility includes a pool, community ice arenas, and a climbing wall. A wide variety of sports, arts, and youth programs and services are offered. YMCA amenities include a 25-meter lane pool, leisure
pool, indoor climbing wall, indoor track, gymnasium, fitness studio, strength and cardio equipment, an on-deck hot tub, and steam rooms. Right next door residents also have an Anytime Fitness.
Golf lovers can head to Blue Devil Golf Club, an 18-hole golf course and a 9-hole short course. This golf course is scenic and serene with a driving range and a restaurant. Another option would be Sirocco Golf Club, this gorgeous course winds its way through Pine Creek Valley and is considered one of the best in the country. Residents make the most out of nearby libraries, baseball diamonds, sports fields, and water parks.
Bridlewood Shopping and Dining
In just a 10-minute drive, residents of Bridlewood can head to Shawnessy Shopping Centre for all of their retail needs. This mall has many big brand names including Canadian Tire, Walmart, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Best Buy. Next door at Shawnessy Village Shopping Centre and The Boulevard Shopping Centre there are more retail, dining, and cinema options.
Day-to-day grocery shopping gets done at the Sobeys within the community. Bridlewood Sobeys has a florist, a liquor department, a bakery, a deli, and a pharmacy. Residents also enjoy easy access to convenience stores, sandwich shops, coffee shops, and a few restaurants within the neighbourhood.
Schools Serving Bridlewood
Bridlewood offers parents many impressive schooling options for their children. Choose from public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Bridlewood School, Robert Warren, Canyon Meadows, Louis Riel, Samuel W. Shaw, and Centennial High School.
Catholic school options include St. Benedict School, St. Theresa of Calcutta, Monsignor J. J. O’Brien, and Bishop O’Byrne High School.
Private school options include Glenmore Cristian Academy and Tanbridge Academy.
Childcare options near Bridlewood include four daycare centers right within the community.
Transportation in Bridlewood
Bridlewood residents have access to Calgary Transit bus route 14. The nearest LRT Station is Somerset-Bridlewood. Bridlewood is located north of Stoney Trail, south of 162 Ave, and west of James Mckevitt Rd.
What is the population in Bridlewood?
The population of Bridlewood is 13,722.
Is there a local community association in Bridlewood?
Bridlewood is covered by the Somerset Bridlewood Community Association (SBCA). The SBCA hosts a variety of community programs and activities that include easter egg hunts, local markets, board game nights, movie nights, art collectives, book clubs, and chess clubs.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Bridlewood to downtown Calgary takes 30 minutes by car or 1 hour by public transportation. Access downtown Calgary by taking AB-201.
What is the average household income in Bridlewood?
The average household income in Bridlewood is $108,579.
Is Bridlewood a safe place to live?
The violent crime rates in Bridlewood are 19% lower than the Calgary average.
Bridlewood Community Information
Discover the latest Calgary home for sale in the Southwest community of Bridlewood! Located adjacent to Spruce Meadows, one of the most notable equestrian facilities in North America, this family oriented community has a charming and accepting vibe. With access to Stoney Trail, Mcleod Trail and close proximity to Fish Creek Park, Bridlewood has a lot to offer with many parks and great schools in the area. Call 587.578.7653 to start your Bridlewood home search with the Real Estate Partners
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Bridlewood
Bridlewood is a 20-minute drive from Rockyview General Hospital. Residents have direct access to two animal hospitals and a variety of nearby medical clinics and specialty health clinics.
Quick Facts About Bridlewood
Quadrant: Southwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 4,825
Violent crime rates are 19% lower than the Calgary average.
Bridlewood Parks and Outdoors
Bridlewood Wetlands Park is a great spot within the community for an evening stroll along paths by the pond. Bridlewood Dry Pond is a go-to spot for tobogganing in the winter or playing soccer in the summer.
Furry friends can run free at Spruce Meadows Off-Leash Dog Park on the south end of the neighbourhood.
Fish Creek Provincial Park is not far away. This park is a popular spot for hiking, jogging, cycling, fishing, boating, and picnicking. Over 200 species of birds call this park home, which is perfect for birdwatchers. Spend the day exploring trails with family then roast some marshmallows in the fire pits at night, you’ll be sure to forget all about the city.
Bridlewood Real Estate Statistics
Bridlewood is another residential community in the Southwest. It can be found east of Bridlewood Creek Wetland, which was developed by the city as a stormwater reserve in the pond. Instantly on the south is an equestrian complex which is the Spruce Meadows. In 2016, its total population reaches 12, 588. It has a community association tied up with Somerset that provides members tonnes of campaigns like gardening, leadership programs, and as well as childcare services. The community houses several facilities like Cardel Rec South and inside it is the Shawnessy Public Library which also provides different activities.
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