Calgary’s Bowness community is currently undergoing a massive transformation and has become a potentially enormous opportunity for savvy luxury real estate investors. Although the community has massive socioeconomic diversity due partially to its origins as an autonomous community, Bowness presents a unique Calgary real estate opportunity with many luxury homes overlooking the banks of the beautiful Bow River and numerous nearby parks.

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Luxury Bowness Real Estate

Essentially surrounded by parks, Bowness is considered by many residents to be an urban oasis of unprecedented nature and recreational opportunities. To the north, Bowness is bounded by the Bow River, Bowness Park, Baker Park, and the Bowmont Park Natural Area. To the east, the community borders Shouldice and Edworthy Parks. To the south, Canada Olympic Park provides a large and scenic natural boundary, while the small western edge of the community is capped off by the green spaces of Greenbriar and Greenwood. While Bowness real estate can be varied, the huge lots, mature trees and greenery, unmatched access to local parks, and many local amenities make luxury houses for sale in Bowness an exclusive investment opportunity.

Bowness Calgary Community Information

Originally established as Bowness Ranche in 1890 and then sold to a developer in 1908, Bowness was incorporated as a town in 1952 after many years of steady growth. Just over a decade later in 1963, the town was amalgamated into the City of Calgary and has been a popular subdivision ever since. With a current population of over 11,000 and an area of 5.60km², Bowness is one of Calgary’s largest communities in both size and population. Yet, at just 1.97 people/m²,  Bowness actually enjoys one of Calgary’s lowest population densities, giving residents ample space.

Living in Bowness Calgary

As one of the city’s most westerly communities and situated immediately beside the Trans Canada Highway, residents of Bowness have some of the best access to destinations west of the city including Banff, Canmore, Kananaskis Country and other locations within the Canadian Rockies. Additionally, with the city’s new ring road built just west of the community, Bowness now has quickly accessible transportation routes to almost anywhere in Calgary. With a close-knit and historically rich community, great local schools and the above-mentioned recreational and natural spaces, Bowness is a superb community for any family.

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