This bright, exciting plan features a gourmet kitchen dining combination centered between the living & great rooms, hardwood flooring, granite counters, stainless appliances, shaker style cabinets & both an island and an eating bar. The spacious master with 5 pc ensuite is positioned to the rear, the guest bedroom, ensuite, tiled laundry & den area complete the upper level. Metal railings on all stairwells, the carpeted lower level provides 2 additional bedrooms w/4 pc bath, spacious games & family rooms. Countless built-ins throughout, This home boasts 2395 sq ft developed with oversized low E windows, 2 skylights, 8 ft front entry door, high efficient furnace, in-slab heat w/2 zones, & electric water heater, acrylic stucco & stone detail, aggregate steps, curved walks, large deck & double detached garage all on an extra deep lot.
Discover all the local amenities near this property
Sharing a close-knit community vibe with the adjacent neighbourhoods, Altadore was named one of Calgary’s best communities in 2010 by Avenue Calgary, for the close proximity to Marda Loop Business Revitalization Zone (BRZ) and River Park, one of Calgary’s most popular parks located along the Elbow River. Altadore has also been known as River Park and Garrison Woods.
Altadore is bordered by Crowchild Trail stretching from 34th Avenue SW to 50th Avenue SW and includes River Park & Sandy Beach Park.
There are several highly ranking schools, including Lycee Louis Pasteur and Master’s Academy, both located in Garrison Woods The area has no shortage of parks & recreation, highlighted by The Glenmore Athletic Park, where residents have access to ball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, indoor skating rink & pool, and an outdoor running track..
If you’re an outdoor fan and a dog owner, check out our section on one of Calgary’s largest inner city parks below.
SHOP & DINE
Marda Loop showcases top coffee shops, laid-back pubs and specialty restaurants. There’s also access to grocery stores like Safeway & Blush Lane Organic. The area’s vibrant culture really spreads its wings every August with Marda Gras, a New Orleans-themed festival that draws 35,000 Calgarians annually.