Auburn Bay Real Estate Listings and Information

 

Map of Auburn Bay

Map of Auburn Bay

Auburn Bay is one of Calgary’s newest suburban residential neighbourhoods. Located at the south-eastern edge of the city, it is bounded by Seton Boulevard to the south, Deerfoot Trail to the west, and  Marquis of Lorne Trail to the north. Downtown Calgary and the Calgary International Airport are easily accessed by Deerfoot Trail. To the west, Kananaskis Country and the Rocky Mountains are within reach via Marquis of Lorne Trail. Calgary Transit has proposed a southeastern extension of LRT system which, when constructed will run along the Auburn Bay’s eastern boundary, parallel to 52nd Street.

Auburn Bay is a four season lake community designed with families in mind. It has a “cottage country” look and feel, with tree lined boulevards and vibrant colour-palettes incorporated into its unique architecture. A 43-acre freshwater lake with a private beach is available to residents, as well as a 13 acre private park. Tennis, basketball and volleyball courts are some of the features of the park. There are picnic areas, a water park, dock and even boat rentals. Wintertime facilities include hockey and skating rinks plus a toboggan hill complete with a fire pit. Auburn House is the central gathering place for Auburn Bay residents.  A 14,000 square foot structure, Auburn House has a number of meeting and banquet rooms. Planned future expansion will allow for the addition of fitness facilities and other community events and programs.  

The Auburn Bay Residents Association manages and maintains the facilities for its member residents. Membership is automatic and mandatory with the purchase of a home in Auburn Bay.

There are shops and services on 130th Ave S.E., and the Cranston Market and McKenzie Towne’s High Street are only minutes away. New shopping complexes south of Auburn Bay are planned for this ever expanding part of Calgary in the community of Seton. The South Health Campus, Calgary’s newest hospital is located immediately to the south of the community.

There are five future school sites designated in the community yet to be determined by the Public and Separate School Boards. In the interim, there are designated out –of-district schools for public, Catholic and French immersion. Elementary students can attend Andew Sibbald, Nickle, St. Boniface, Sam Livingston (Fr,) and St. Cecelia (Fr.). For junior high students there is Nickle, St. Bonaventure, Fairview (Fr.) and Ecole St. Matthew (Fr,). Designated senior high schools are Bishop Grandin and Dr. E. P. Scarlett (Fr.)