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Established 1929, Rosedale is a suburban community in the north-west of Calgary. It is settled south of the Trans-Canada Highway, between 4th and 10th Street NW. To the south, it is bordered by McHugh Bluff Park and the Sunnyside community. Most of the houses are established along the north hill of the Bow River Valley atop the McHugh Bluff presenting a panoramic view of downtown. It has also great facilities as it is situated proximately to the heart of the the city, and SAIT.

Rosedale Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.6M
Lowest Price $860K
Highest Price $2.8M
Total Listings 5
Avg. Days On Market 34
Avg. Price/SQFT $734

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Amenities in Rosedale

Rosedale is a charming community located in northwest Calgary, Alberta. Homeowners looking for a serene and family-friendly neighbourhood with convenient access to urban amenities will love Rosedale.

Situated north of the Bow River, Rosedale offers a picturesque setting with beautiful views of the surrounding natural landscapes provided by McHugh Bluff. Residents can enjoy the tranquillity of nature while still having easy access to popular shopping centers, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

Rosedale boasts a welcoming atmosphere and a close-knit community spirit. It offers a range of amenities and activities from skating and golf to small coffee shops and local pubs.


Rosedale Fitness and Recreation Opportunities

Rosedale has a lively community centre which features a gymnasium, fitness classes, and recreational programs for all ages. Residents can participate in activities such as yoga, pilates, and group fitness classes.

There are a variety of popular gym and fitness options nearby including GYMVMT Fitness Club, Orangetheory Fitness, and Urban Athlete, providing residents with an array of equipment and specialized classes.

Rosedale golf lovers are spoiled with two stunning golf courses to choose from, Confederation Park Golf Course and Shaganappi Point Golf Course. Confederation Park has a public golf course and sports facility offering an advanced 9-hole course, a putting green, and a club featuring a licensed snack bar. In just 8 minutes residents can head to Shaganappi Point Golf Course. This expansive golf course has stunning views overlooking downtown Calgary. It features 18 holes, a putting green, and a clubhouse.

TELUS Spark Science Centre and Calgary Zoo are both within a 10-minute drive. The science centre boasts interactive museum exhibits, a children’s play area, and an HD planetarium theatre. Calgary Zoo features a wide variety of animals, a park filled with model dinosaurs, and a wide array of events and programs.


Rosedale Shopping and Dining

Rosedale residents can find endless options for shopping, dining, and entertainment along the Trans-Canada Highway. Cuisines range from sushi and Italian to Mexican and fusion.

The nearby Kensington Village is a trendy hub of local businesses, boutique shops, and restaurants. Residents can explore the eclectic mix of fashion boutiques, antique stores, and specialty shops, offering a unique shopping experience.

For dining, Rosedale residents can indulge in a bustling culinary scene without even having to cross the Bow River. Local favourites include Amato Gelato, specializing in classic Italian gelato, and Dairy Lane Cafe, a modern cafe offering farm-to-table classic Canadian meals.

The closest shopping centre is North Hill Mall, home to over 100 shops and services catering to all kinds of needs. Pick up flowers, head to the salon, pick out a new book, then relax and read that book at a cafe. Some notable shops include Winners, Starbucks, Safeway, and Mark’s.

Rosedale residents can venture into downtown Calgary within 9 minutes, where they'll find an array of upscale shopping destinations such as The CORE Shopping Centre. This mall features a wide range of high-end retailers, designer boutiques, and popular brands.


Schools Serving Rosedale

Rosedale provides a variety of schooling options for children. Choose from public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.


Public school options include Rosedale School and Crescent Heights High School.

Catholic school options include St. Isidore, St. Joseph, St. Pius X, Madeleine d’Houet, St. Mary’s High School, Bishop Carroll High School, and St. Francis High School.

Private school options include Delta West Academy and North Point School for Boys.

Childcare options in Rosedale include Mighty Learner ChildCare, Panda Child Development Centre, and many other options in the surrounding area. 


Transportation in Rosedale

Rosedale residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 4, 5, and 104. The nearest LRT Station is WB City Hall Station.

Rosedale is located south of the Trans-Canada Highway, between 4th and 10th Street NW. To the south, it is bordered by McHugh Bluff Park. 


Rosedale FAQs

What is the population of Rosedale?

The population of Rosedale is 1,788.

Is there a local community association in Rosedale?

Rosedale is covered by the Rosedale Community Association. The association hosts a variety of programs and events throughout the year including hockey, little league, soccer, and yoga classes. The community has its own outdoor skating rink and tennis court.

How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?

The commute from Rosedale to downtown Calgary takes 6 minutes by car or 28 minutes by public transportation.

What is the average household income in Rosedale?

The average household income in Rosedale is $207,654.

Is Rosedale a safe place to live?

The crime rates in Rosedale are 60% lower than the Calgary average.


Rosedale Community Information


Established 1929, Rosedale is a suburban community in the north-west of Calgary. It is settled south of the Trans-Canada Highway, between 4th and 10th Street NW. To the south, it is bordered by McHugh Bluff Park and the Sunnyside community. Most of the houses are established along the north hill of the Bow River Valley atop the McHugh Bluff presenting a panoramic view of downtown. It has also great facilities as it is situated proximately to the heart of the the city, and SAIT.


Hospitals and Clinics Serving Rosedale

Rosedale is a 9-minute drive from Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre and an 11 minute drive from Foothills Medical Centre. There are plenty of options for therapies and specialty health clinics found in downtown Calgary. The closest veterinary clinics are Crescent Animal Clinic and Westmount Animal Clinic.


Quick Facts About Rosedale

  • Quadrant: Northwest Calgary

  • Population: 1,788

  • Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 2,891

  • Crime rates are 60% lower than the Calgary average.


Rosedale Parks and Outdoors

Rosedale is surrounded by several parks and outdoor spaces, providing plenty of opportunities for recreation and relaxation.

McHugh Bluff borders Rosedale, a popular spot for commuters, joggers, and dog walkers. Park features include an off-leash area, plenty of pathways and trails, and some seriously enchanting nighttime views of the city skyline.

Confederation Park, situated just north of Rosedale, is a vast green space with extensive pathways, picnic areas, and playgrounds. This park is perfect for leisurely walks, family outings, and picnics. In the winter there’s a beautifully groomed cross-country ski trail and tobogganing hills.

Situated to the south is the Bow River Pathway system, offering picturesque walking and cycling trails along the scenic riverbanks. This pathway system connects to various parks and green spaces throughout Calgary, providing residents with a seamless connection to nature.

Also situated to the south of the community is the popular Prince's Island Park. This urban park is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and hosts numerous events throughout the year, including music festivals and cultural celebrations. The park features picnic areas, gardens, off-leash areas, and a beautiful riverside setting.

 

Rosedale Real Estate Statistics 

There were a total of 35 single-family homes sold in Rosedale in 2021 that had an average price of $1,293,843. These homes saw an average of 58 days on market (DOM). This community saw a total of 11 sales for all property types with an average of 61 days on the market and year over year this community saw a 21.43% decrease in sales and an average price decrease of 8.18%.
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