Douglasglen - SE Calgary Real Estate
Douglasglen is part of the Golden Triangle of real estate in Calgary. To the west it borders the Bow River and neighboring pathways, making the location ideal for anyone wanting to live close to the river without the worry of flooding. Residents will find at the entrance to the community a tennis court, playground and extensive green space off which shoot tree-lined pathways perfect for strolling through the community.
Residents of Douglasglen enjoy the benefit of having an express bus travel through their community, specifically route 110. The Douglas Glen bus terminal is located directly within the community on Douglas Glen Boulevard. Listed below are the busses that run route 110.
Douglas Glen: 24, 92, 103, 117, 133, 151, 176, 302, 409
Parks & Recreation
The community of Douglasglen has a nice green area in its center complete with playground and tennis courts, but for those looking for more Sue Higgins Park to the north and Douglasbank Park to the south deliver. Sue Higgins, first of all, has the largest fenced-in off-leash space in Calgary, so it's perfect for dogs. Rounding out the area are inland marshes, the banks of the Bow River, an island and flood plain.
Several shops are located just outside the Douglasglen community, including Starbucks and the Douglas Square Shopping Centre. Also located nearby are three movie theaters: Landmark Cinemas 10 Shawnessy, Canyon Meadows Cinemas and Scotiabank Theatre Chinook.
● Public: Douglasdale Elementary, Monsignor J. S. Smith School, Lake Bonavista School, Wilma Hansen School
Houses of Worship
Most of the houses of worship near Douglasglen are located southwest across the Bow River.
● Bonavista Evangelical Missionary Church
● Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
● Deer Park United Church
● McKenzie Towne Church
● First Alliance Church
● Southwood United Church
● Woodgreen Presbyterian Church