Montgomery Homes for sale Calgary – Browse through Montgomery houses
Montgomery is a beautiful residential neighborhood in the northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta that was established as a community in 1911. Shaganappi Trail to the east, 32nd Avenue and Market Mall to the North, Bow River to the south and west, the Montgomery community offers some nice vistas and beautifully defined community by geographical splendor. It is chiefly positioned on the southern slant of the Bow River Valley escarpment, at a vivid S-curve in the river, paving the way for beautiful natural environments. There are two public schools, Montgomery Junior high school and Terrace Road Elementary public School in this community.
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Montgomery has a population of about 3850 living in over 1800 homes. The Montgomery Homes for sale Calgary still carry the distinctive flavor of its unique history and special geographical features. Quite a few homes are several decades old and are self-owner built which was a common practice during early 1900s.
The community was purchase by James Shouldice and is named after him as Shouldice Terrace in 1906. However, in 1943 the name has been changed to Montgomery to differentiate it from an Alberta town with an akin name. The community was named after Bernard Law Montgomery, an eminent Great Britain’s military leader who played a significant role in World War I and World War II.
For outdoor enthusiasts of the community, Shouldice Arena, the playground in Shouldice Park and Shouldice Memorial Pool bestow the residents of this community with various recreational facilities and extensive parks, river walkways, and bike paths. The recently expanded and renovated Market Mall located northwest of the community has a hoard of shops, supermarkets, shopping facilities for the residents of Montgomery. The west of community has the new Alberta Children’s Hospital.
Browse through Montgomery houses and choose the lovely neighborhood of Montgomery for its proximity to city, hospitals, shopping, and recreational facilities.