Cranston Real Estate Listings and Information

Map of Cranston

Map of Cranston

Deep in the heart of southeast Calgary is the beautiful neighborhood of Cranston. Bounded by the Marquis of Lorne trail, the breathtaking Bow River, Deerfoot Trail, as well as the attractive Fish Creek Provincial Park, the neighborhood contains a plethora of single family and multi-family residential properties.

The Calgary South Health Center is nearby and only a few minutes’ away which is always a plus when it comes to property value.

There are two schools located within the community. The recently-opened Cranston Elementary school which serves the K-4 students in the area as well as a separate board K-9 school makes it for a very family-friendly community. Also, the Calgary Catholic School District recently opened the new Christ the King school only a few years ago on Cranston Way SE.

The brand new Century Hall is a 22,000 sq. foot multi-use private recreational facility, located on Cranarch Road, that is commonplace for weddings, banquets, registered fitness programs, and others. Only accessibly to citizens of the Cranston community, it is the home to a full-size gymnasium as well as a 7-acre gated park that includes multiple tennis courts, a hockey rink, multiple basketball courts, a playground and a small waterpark. Directly across the street from Century Hall can be found the Cranston Market, which is a proud feature of this young flourishing community that provides residents access to a multitude of different stores and services including major grocers, the Good Earth Café, the Berwick Public House set alongside smaller businesses such as a dentist, an optometrist, and a veterinary clinic.

Cranston is an ever-growing community that has proven to be a bit of a nature escape for its’ citizens. With the Bow River down the street, the Fish Creek park in your backyard, and snow-capped mountains on the horizon, it meets all the family’s needs right in the community itself. Nestled in between the majesty of nature, it’s still close enough to make it to Downtown while still being an inspiring place for an outdoor lifestyle. Many Cranston residents regularly engage in hiking, biking, and jogging along the winding and unwinding of the community’s pathways. Downtown is accessible by taking Deerfoot Trail while the Rocky Mountains are just a ways down the Marquis of Lorne Trail.

The Calgary transit has stops that line Cranston Drive SE and Cranston Boulevard SE allowing Cranston’s residents to all be within walking distance of easy transportation to the rest of the city.

Cranston is a community with properties well-kept and offering a lot in return.

With many facilities including two shopping centres, regular wildlife sightings, and the peace and tranquility of nature while still being only minutes away from the city, there’s not a community like Cranston in what it can provide.

Location, convenience, privacy, and promise.