Beddington homes for sale are mixtures of detach and semi detach homes size ranging from 1000 to 1900 square feet. Homes in Beddington features original interior finish to fully renovated interior finish.
Beddington properties lies between NW & NE Calgary:
North: Beddington Trail, South: Beddington Blvd.
East: Deerfoot Trail N, West: 14 St NW.
Homes for Sale in Beddington
Beddington homes for sale were built in the 70’s all the way to early 80’s and is one of Calgary's largest communities that spread out from northeast to northwest. Resident here enjoyed the convenient locations in NW Calgary just west of Deerfoot Trail and east of Nose Hill Park and offers good access to the Calgary International Airport.
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2018 Beddington Real Estate Sales
There were 94 single family homes sold in Beddington in 2018 with an average price of $392,483. Average Days on Market (DOM) for the Beddington area was 52 days. There were a total of 46 condo and duplexes sold in Beddington Heights with an average price of $273,441 and they took an average of 46 days to sell.
More about the Beddington Heights Community
Established in 1979, the mature community of Beddington offers a wide variety of housing - including townhomes, duplexes and detached homes. Beddington is a popular draw for many home buyers with its affordable housing and neighbourhood amenities such as schools, shopping and transit.
Shopping & Entertainment
Real estate in Beddington boasts a prime location in Northwest Calgary with easy access to all shopping in the region. In the heart of the neighbourhood is Beddington Town Centre, anchored by Safeway and a variety of retailers. Right across the street is the Beddington Co-op Centre and the smaller Beddington Village Shopping Centre. Located to the North is Harvest Hills Crossing, with its retail shops and restaurants, with the Asian food market TnT as the major tenant. Other shopping destinations such as Market Mall, Creekside Shopping Centre and Country Hills Towne Centre are also readily accessible via major traffic corridors as well.
Recreation & Lifestyle
The Beddington Community Association is based out of their community hall at 375 Bermuda Drive NW, where residents enjoy such amenities as a preschool, banquet halls and a gymnasium, an after-school centre plus large playing fields and an ice rink/skateboarding park. A variety of sports and arts programs are offered, and bingo is a highly popular event. There are a number of sports fields and playgrounds, and Nose Hill Park runs along Beddington's Western limits.
One of the highlights of Beddington real estate is its proximity to nearby Nosehill Park, which is just to the West of 14th Street the community. Nosehill Park is one of the largest urban parks in Canada and features numerous trails and walking paths, a small lake and spectacular city and mountain views. Nosehill offers dog-lovers miles of off-lease trails for their furry friends.
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Beddington Heights Crime Statistics
Beddington is a relatively safe community with the majority of crimes focusing on vandalism and vehicle-related thefts.
Beddington Heights Neighbourhood Information
This neighbourhood sits in the north-western quadrant of Calgary, tucked away behind Nose Hill Park. In fact, the park forms the south-western border of the neighbourhood, a popular place for many residents here. It’s bordered on other sides by Berkshire Blvd, Beddington Blvd, and Beddington Trail. The communities of Sandstone Valley, Huntington Hills, and Country Hills surround it, very similar neighbourhoods in style and population.
The demographics of Beddington Heights tell of a community that desires good homes for raising families and settling down. Several thousand homes here house 11000 residents, a very large community by any standards. The predominant choice for residents is the spacious, large single-family homes found here. Attached townhouses and modern apartments make up the remainder of the options. This is a fairly average Calgarian community with the median income hovering almost exactly where the rest of Calgary earns. 29% of the community are immigrants, made up of many different Asian and European backgrounds. The average household has lived here longer than 5 years, a telling statistic that Beddington Heights is a popular location to live. Although there is a solid established infrastructure for public transit, the neighbourhood prefers to drive to get to their places of employment. Many residents live in family units, the normal household having at least 2 children at home. Older residents also enjoy the peace and quiet of their community, settling down in homes here.
The Beddington Heights Community Association does have a slightly less active presence in this community, and much of the communication comes though the monthly newsletter for events and programs. They offer preschool, community-wide garage sales, and a Stampede Breakfast to connect the people here.
Beddington Heights Amenities
The community of Beddington Heights has plenty to offer the people living here. One of the most popular features of the neighbourhood is the proximity to Nose Hill Park. Entry to the northern end of this large municipal park provides plenty of trails, paths and places to explore. It’s a popular location for dog walkers because there are many designated off-leash areas. Winter provides opportunities to snowshoe, cross country ski, and tobogganing. West Nose Creek is a large green area for biking and walking along the many trails in this valley.
The neighbourhood does have its own small shopping plaza, a centre with a few restaurants, some grocery shopping, and small professional services located throughout the community. For major shopping, residents prefer Deerfoot City or the shopping complex in Country Hills. Both are very close by. A major destination is Crossiron Mills which is about 15 minutes away from the neighbourhood. This location offers large savings on brand names and many outlet stores.
Transportation is easy along the Deerfoot Trail, just a couple minutes’ drive away. The ring road of Stoney Trail is also just minutes away, a quick access point to much of the city. 14th St along Nose Hill Park runs directly into the city, a perfect entry point for residents working in the downtown core. Access to the Calgary Airport couldn’t be easier as residents are just 10 minutes away from the terminal when they leave their door.