Southeast Calgary Homes and Real Estate Information

Bow river in Southeast Calgary

The Bow river in Fish Creek Provincial Park

The southeast corner or quadrant of Calgary basically starts east of Macleod Trail, south of Inglewood and goes to the eastern fringe of the the city right up to the new ring road, also known as Stoney Trail. The area is blessed with having the Bow river flow through the entire quadrant which provides numerous parks and walking paths, the biggest being a large portion of Fish Creek Provincial Park. The deep southeast is rapidly becoming known as an employment centre with Quarry park providing thousands of jobs and the new South hospital recently opening.

People can find all kinds of housing, from older style bungalows in the communities closer to the downtown core, to newer two storey attached garage homes in the neighbourhoods that are farther out. In addition, there are great condo projects available throughout the southeast. Several of the communities such as Mckenzie lake, and Auburn Bay boast a private lake that can be used for year round enjoyment.

Acadia – Auburn Bay – Chaparral – Copperfield – Cranston – Deer Ridge – Deer Run – Diamond Cove – Douglasdale – Douglasglen – Fairview – Highfield – Inglewood – Lake Bonavista – Lynnwood/Riverglen – Manchester–  Maple ridge Mckenzie Lake – Mckenzie Towne Midnapore – New brighton Ogden – Parkland – Queensland – Ramsay – Riverbend – Seton – Sundance – Willow park