Castleridge Housing Market
The most common type of Castleridge real estate are single family homes. There are also a variety of townhouses and apartment condos available. According to the most recent statistics, there are 1920 dwellings that are privately occupied.
The largest percentage (65%) of homes in the area were built between 1981 to 1990. Statistics available for 2006 put the number of rowhouses and semi-attached homes in Castleridge at 27%.
34% of the homes in Castleridge are rented.
Castleridge real estate is made more attractive by the abundance of public transportation, schools and commercial development. Within close proximity you will find one of the largest parks in NE Calgary, Prairie Winds Park. This is one the biggest advantages of living in Castleridge. This park features an outdoor swimming pool, wading pool, winter skating, basketball courts and a cricket pitch.
Shopping centres and commercial developments are available all around Castleridge. You will find that when it comes to grocery shopping you can easily head on over to the Superstore or Safeway both of which are just off of Castleridge Blvd NE.
Some of the local favourite restaurants that we need to mention are LaJawab, The Samosa Factory and La-Zee-Za Pizza & Pub.
For all you avid golfers you can check out Silverwings Links Golf Course which is just a 5 min drive. Other nearby amenities are the Airport which is just a 10 min drive and CrossIron Mills Shopping Center which is a 15 min drive.
There are several schools in and close proximity to Castleridge including Calgary and Catholic board of education.
Calgary Board of Education:
Elementary O.S. Geiger School
Junior High School Terry Fox School
High School Nelson Mandela High School
Catholic Board of Education:
Elementary St. John Paul II School
Junior High School St Rose of Lima & St John XXIII
High School Bishop McNally
Residence of Castleridge have access to a large public transportation hub, with over six Calgary Transit bus routes and just a stone throw away from McKnight-Westwinds LRT station. Close by you will also find Whitehorn and Martindale LRT stations. With such a vast amount of Calgary Transit routes moving from Castleridge is a breeze.
#23 52 Street East
#43 McKnight / Chinook
#100 North Pointe / Airport / McKnight
# 303 MAX Orange
The most recent statistics from the city of Calgary put the population of Castleridge at 6465. Most of the population (70%) is between 14 and 64 years. In fact, 22% fall in the 0 to 14-year range and 8% are 65 years or older.
The median household income for Castleridge is $79,800 CDN and 49% of the residents speak English. On average, there are three people in each home and 1920 houses in the area are privately owned.
The population of Castleridge is projected to decline 10% over the next 20 years. Gradually, this affects the number of Castleridge homes for sale in the area. Families make up almost 88% of the population, while 16% are single parents and 84% are couples.
Almost 41% of the residents of Castleridge are college or university educated. Castleridge real estate is also attractive because this community boasts ease of access to public transit and provides an abundance of schools and amenities.
Only 32% of the total household income is under $60,000.
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Listing information last updated on May 30th, 2020 at 3:30am MDT.