Copperfield Real Estate Listings and Information
Only eleven years old, Copperfield is a small, young Calgary neighborhood that was initially launched in 2002 by Hopewell Residential Communities. Following its’ inception, began the development of what now amounts to over 4,000 homes and counting in the Copperfield area. A warm and welcoming suburban community, it has the individuality and the vibrancy of an inner-city neighborhood while being set among interconnected green spaces, parks, and pathways. Home to three scenic ponds – Wildflower Pond, Stillwater Pond, and Copper Pond – as well the Copperfield Park pathway, no matter where you lay your hat, there’s an unspoken common promise within the community of Copperfield that no matter where you are, you’ll always be nearby to a unique park, a vibrant playground, or a gorgeous pond.
Amenities included in the area include a toboggan hill, a skating rink, and come summer, a tennis court.
Elementary school students go to Maple Ridge K-4 and then David Thompson Gr. 5-9, both located in nearby neighbouring communities. For the francophone students, there’s Sam Livingston elementary school and Fairview junior high. The Catholic students have a # of local options that include St. Matthew (bilingual), St. Albert the Great, St. Isabella, and for French students, St. Cecilia. The community’s English high school students attend Lord Beaverbrook High while the French students go to Dr. E. P. Scarlett High. The area’s Catholic students also attend Bishop Grandin high school, located in between border communities Acadia and Haysboro.
Featuring a number of single family and multi-family homes on its’ gently curved line boulevards and streetscapes, it also offers the bonus of being adjacent to the new South Calgary Health Campus which provides emergency care, inpatient and outpatient care, as well as wellness services for the residents of Copperfield and the surrounding rural areas.
It’s still a new and developing community with exciting developments on the horizon, no doubt.
Copperfield acts as a simple escape from the touch-and-go, hustle-and-bustle lifestyle of Downtown.
It’s just a short five minutes’ drive from the shops, services, and restaurants all found at the junction of Deerfoot Trail and 130th Avenue.
Calgary transit has bus stops lined along Copperfield Boulevard SE and McIvor Boulevard SE allowing easy access to Downton.
Copperfield is a convenient community with grocers and sought-after retailers that can all be found nearby.Could not retrieve response from CS server which is likely undergoing maintenance at this time, please try again shortly.