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I have sold a property at 119 37 STREET NW in Calgary

I have sold a property at 119 37 STREET NW in Calgary. See details here

Visualize the perfect inner-city location. Now, open your eyes and fall in love with this pristine executive 2,469 sqft duplex in Parkdale’s exclusive Golden Triangle. Steps to the river and with only one neighbour, this home is surrounded by green space and set in one of the most picturesque areas in Calgary. A stylish curb appeal features mature landscaping, plentiful parking, and a covered front porch. Inside, a bright entry with big windows and vaulted ceilings steps up to a main floor where natural light and warm hardwood floors create an atmosphere of comfortable elegance. The family room has a bay window and top-down, bottom-up blinds, and the open layout flows through a dining nook with access to the deck. Kitchen was renovated in 2016, and offers tons of counter space, soft close cabinets, a spice cupboard, and a full pantry. The diner window connects this room to the formal dining area, which overlooks a sunlit living room with a cozy gas fireplace. The entire home has been impeccably maintained, with regular service for all appliances, and both interior and exterior upgrades over the years, including fresh paint throughout. Upstairs, a sumptuous primary suite is designed for couples, with dual closets and a spacious ensuite where a double vanity keeps you organized and a glassed-in shower has a skylight overhead. Both secondary bedrooms are spacious, with huge closets, and fans in most rooms allow you to control the airflow on warm days. In the basement, parquet floors are a charming character element in the rec area, which could easily function as home office space next to the library shelving, or put in your home theatre, or a gym. The laundry room includes a hobby area and built-in shelving. There are two furnaces with air conditioning and a central vacuum. The utility room features a broad work bench with additional storage areas. This level also holds the entrance from the double detached garage; a unique layout that is incredibly convenient. Outside, the tiered back deck provides over 350 sq. Ft. of outdoor living area, complete with privacy walls, storage, and a low maintenance garden and trees. Southwest views showcase the gorgeous Bow River Pathways and the amazing Calgary sunsets. Walk the dog, put a boat in the river, or hop on the bike to head downtown for work, all right at your doorstep. This property was not affected or evacuated in the 2013 floods, and is 97% likely to remain unaffected in future floods based on a government study. Locations like this don’t come along often. Also, within walking distance, you will find Riverside Towers, where a mix of shops and amenities includes Riverside Spa, and in the other direction you can enjoy local iconic eateries like LICS Ice Cream, Nove Nine Diner, and the Lazy Loaf and Kettle. Foothills Hospital and the Alberta Children’s Hospital are also nearby, and primary routes connect you quickly to an easy escape to the mountains whenever they call.

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I have sold a property at 1106 2781 Chinook Winds DRIVE SW in Airdrie

I have sold a property at 1106 2781 Chinook Winds DRIVE SW in Airdrie. See details here

Take a look at this remarkable end unit in the Prairie Springs community! This spacious condo offers two bedrooms, one bathroom, boasting granite countertops, and an open floor plan. The two good-sized bedrooms, oversized bathroom, and separate laundry room with ample storage space make this home both practical and convenient. In addition, you'll have access to two parking stalls, one titled and one assigned, located just steps from your front door. The condo fee includes heat and water, making this one of the best values in Airdrie. This pet-friendly complex requires board approval. You'll be thrilled with the location, just steps from Chinook Winds Park, walking paths, shopping, and more. Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity!

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Spring Checklist

A spring checklist is important because it allows homeowners to address any maintenance issues that may have arisen during the winter months and prepare their home for the upcoming spring and summer seasons.

Here are some reasons why it's important to check various areas of your home during a spring checklist:

Check the roof: Over the winter months, snow, ice, and wind can damage a roof, which can lead to leaks and other issues. Checking the roof for any damage and addressing it promptly can help prevent more significant problems down the road.

Clean the gutters: Gutters can become clogged with leaves, debris, and other materials during the fall and winter months, which can lead to water damage and other problems. Cleaning the gutters in the spring can help prevent these issues and ensure proper drainage during spring showers.

Maintain the fence and deck: Fences and decks can become damaged during the winter months, which can make them unsafe and unsightly. Maintaining these structures in the spring can help extend their lifespan and prevent any potential hazards.

Care for the lawn: After a long winter, lawns may require some TLC to restore them to their pre-winter state. This may include aerating the soil, applying fertilizer, and reseeding any bare patches. Proper lawn care can help ensure healthy grass and a beautiful yard.

Clean the interior of the house: Over the winter months, dust, dirt, and other debris can accumulate in a home. Spring cleaning is an opportunity to thoroughly clean the home, which can improve indoor air quality and make the home more comfortable and inviting.

A spring checklist is an important tool to ensure your home is well-maintained and ready for the upcoming spring and summer seasons.

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New property listed in Point McKay, Calgary

I have listed a new property at 13 10 Point DRIVE NW in Calgary. See details here

Wonderfully secluded in a quiet corner of Point McKay surrounded by green space, this end unit townhome exudes classic charm and has been beautifully cared for. A unique four panel front door greets you, and provides entry to and from the single attached garage. A few steps up takes you to the living room, where a cozy wood-burning fireplace invites you to warm your hands in the winter and opening the sliding glass door in the summer allows you to enjoy the patio with its green mature trees, manicured lawns and gorgeous sunlight from the west. The next level features a spacious kitchen, where an eat-up bar sits next to the dining room and big east facing windows over the sink offer lots of natural sunlight and the advantage of a clear unobstructed view. The east facing breakfast area calls for comfy chairs for you to enjoy a morning coffee along with the picturesque views of green grass and trees. A half bath is perfectly located next to the stairs leading up to an open loft / office area at the top. The second bedroom with big windows and a generous closet is also located on this level. A few stairs up, French doors offer an elegant entry to the master bedroom, with its dual closets and access to the main bathroom. Plenty of storage and a laundry area can be found in the basement. This neighbourhood is one of the most popular in Calgary for a reason – it has an absolutely amazing location! Steps away, you can spend hours exploring the Bow River Pathway system which cyclists and runners love as an alternative to the typical downtown commute – which takes less than 10 minutes by car. There are tennis courts, an outdoor fitness park and the Riverside Spa / Fitness facility which are within walking distance from your front door. This inner-city area is also close to the Foothills and the Alberta Children’s Hospitals, Market Mall, and proximity to Highway 1… meaning you can easily escape to the mountains anytime you like. See it today!

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Calm & Clean Bathrooms

Having a calm and clean bathroom is important for several reasons:

Promotes hygiene: A clean bathroom is essential for maintaining good hygiene. Bacteria and other germs can easily accumulate in a dirty bathroom, which can lead to infections and illness. A clean bathroom reduces the risk of illness and promotes overall health.

Reduces stress: A cluttered or disorganized bathroom can be stressful and overwhelming. By keeping the bathroom clean and tidy, it can become a calming and relaxing space where you can unwind and de-stress.

Creates a pleasant atmosphere: A clean bathroom with a pleasant smell and a calming ambiance can help create a more enjoyable and peaceful experience for users. This is particularly important for individuals who start or end their day in the bathroom and need a peaceful environment to prepare for their day or unwind after a long day.

Enhances the bathroom's functionality: A clean and organized bathroom can help improve its functionality. By keeping countertops and drawers clear of clutter, you can make it easier to find and access the items you need.

Conveys a sense of respect and hospitality: A clean and well-maintained bathroom reflects positively on the homeowner or establishment and conveys a sense of respect and hospitality to guests.

Overall, a calm and clean bathroom is essential for maintaining good hygiene, reducing stress, creating a pleasant atmosphere, enhancing functionality, and conveying a sense of respect and hospitality.

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New property listed in Parkdale, Calgary

I have listed a new property at 119 37 STREET NW in Calgary. See details here

****OPEN HOUSE SAT MAY 27th 1-4pm *****Visualize the perfect inner-city location. Now, open your eyes and fall in love with this pristine executive 2,469 sqft duplex in Parkdale’s exclusive Golden Triangle. Steps to the river and with only one neighbour, this home is surrounded by green space and set in one of the most picturesque areas in Calgary. A stylish curb appeal features mature landscaping, plentiful parking, and a covered front porch. Inside, a bright entry with big windows and vaulted ceilings steps up to a main floor where natural light and warm hardwood floors create an atmosphere of comfortable elegance. The family room has a bay window and top-down, bottom-up blinds, and the open layout flows through a dining nook with access to the deck. Kitchen was renovated in 2016, and offers tons of counter space, soft close cabinets, a spice cupboard, and a full pantry. The diner window connects this room to the formal dining area, which overlooks a sunlit living room with a cozy gas fireplace. The entire home has been impeccably maintained, with regular service for all appliances, and both interior and exterior upgrades over the years, including fresh paint throughout. Upstairs, a sumptuous primary suite is designed for couples, with dual closets and a spacious ensuite where a double vanity keeps you organized and a glassed-in shower has a skylight overhead. Both secondary bedrooms are spacious, with huge closets, and fans in most rooms allow you to control the airflow on warm days. In the basement, parquet floors are a charming character element in the rec area, which could easily function as home office space next to the library shelving, or put in your home theatre, or a gym. The laundry room includes a hobby area and built-in shelving. There are two furnaces with air conditioning and a central vacuum. The utility room features a broad work bench with additional storage areas. This level also holds the entrance from the double detached garage; a unique layout that is incredibly convenient. Outside, the tiered back deck provides over 350 sq. Ft. of outdoor living area, complete with privacy walls, storage, and a low maintenance garden and trees. Southwest views showcase the gorgeous Bow River Pathways and the amazing Calgary sunsets. Walk the dog, put a boat in the river, or hop on the bike to head downtown for work, all right at your doorstep. This property was not affected or evacuated in the 2013 floods, and is 97% likely to remain unaffected in future floods based on a government study. Locations like this don’t come along often. Also, within walking distance, you will find Riverside Towers, where a mix of shops and amenities includes Riverside Spa, and in the other direction you can enjoy local iconic eateries like LICS Ice Cream, Nove Nine Diner, and the Lazy Loaf and Kettle. Foothills Hospital and the Alberta Children’s Hospital are also nearby, and primary routes connect you quickly to an easy escape to the mountains whenever they call

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Open House. Open House on Saturday, May 27, 2023 1:00PM - 4:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 119 37 STREET NW in Calgary. See details here

Open House on Saturday, May 27, 2023 1:00PM - 4:00PM

****OPEN HOUSE SAT MAY 27th 1-4pm *****Visualize the perfect inner-city location. Now, open your eyes and fall in love with this pristine executive 2,469 sqft duplex in Parkdale’s exclusive Golden Triangle. Steps to the river and with only one neighbour, this home is surrounded by green space and set in one of the most picturesque areas in Calgary. A stylish curb appeal features mature landscaping, plentiful parking, and a covered front porch. Inside, a bright entry with big windows and vaulted ceilings steps up to a main floor where natural light and warm hardwood floors create an atmosphere of comfortable elegance. The family room has a bay window and top-down, bottom-up blinds, and the open layout flows through a dining nook with access to the deck. Kitchen was renovated in 2016, and offers tons of counter space, soft close cabinets, a spice cupboard, and a full pantry. The diner window connects this room to the formal dining area, which overlooks a sunlit living room with a cozy gas fireplace. The entire home has been impeccably maintained, with regular service for all appliances, and both interior and exterior upgrades over the years, including fresh paint throughout. Upstairs, a sumptuous primary suite is designed for couples, with dual closets and a spacious ensuite where a double vanity keeps you organized and a glassed-in shower has a skylight overhead. Both secondary bedrooms are spacious, with huge closets, and fans in most rooms allow you to control the airflow on warm days. In the basement, parquet floors are a charming character element in the rec area, which could easily function as home office space next to the library shelving, or put in your home theatre, or a gym. The laundry room includes a hobby area and built-in shelving. There are two furnaces with air conditioning and a central vacuum. The utility room features a broad work bench with additional storage areas. This level also holds the entrance from the double detached garage; a unique layout that is incredibly convenient. Outside, the tiered back deck provides over 350 sq. Ft. of outdoor living area, complete with privacy walls, storage, and a low maintenance garden and trees. Southwest views showcase the gorgeous Bow River Pathways and the amazing Calgary sunsets. Walk the dog, put a boat in the river, or hop on the bike to head downtown for work, all right at your doorstep. This property was not affected or evacuated in the 2013 floods, and is 97% likely to remain unaffected in future floods based on a government study. Locations like this don’t come along often. Also, within walking distance, you will find Riverside Towers, where a mix of shops and amenities includes Riverside Spa, and in the other direction you can enjoy local iconic eateries like LICS Ice Cream, Nove Nine Diner, and the Lazy Loaf and Kettle. Foothills Hospital and the Alberta Children’s Hospital are also nearby, and primary routes connect you quickly to an easy escape to the mountains whenever they call

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Ways to Help the Environment at Home

Helping the environment at home can have a significant impact on the overall health of the planet. By making small changes to our daily habits and routines, we can help reduce our carbon footprint and preserve natural resources for future generations. Here are some ways we can help the environment at home:

Order from local farms: By purchasing produce and other goods from local farms, we can support sustainable agriculture and reduce the environmental impact of shipping and transportation.

Start composting: Composting is a natural process that turns food and yard waste into nutrient-rich soil. By composting at home, we can reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills, which can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help promote healthier soil.

Open windows instead of using air conditioning: On mild days, opening windows can help cool your home without using air conditioning. This can reduce your energy consumption and save money on your utility bills.

Turn down water heater: Lowering the temperature on your water heater can help reduce energy consumption and save money on your utility bills.

Give appliances a break: Unplugging appliances when they're not in use can reduce the amount of energy they consume, which can help save money on your utility bills and reduce your carbon footprint.

Reduce, reuse, and recycle: Reducing the amount of waste we produce, reusing items whenever possible, and recycling materials that can't be reused can help reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Helping the environment at home is an important step towards reducing our carbon footprint and preserving natural resources for future generations. By making small changes to our daily habits and routines, we can help create a healthier planet for all.

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Natural Tones & Lighting

Natural tones and lighting can have a significant impact on the atmosphere and overall feel of a bedroom. Here are a few reasons why they are important:

Creates a calming and relaxing atmosphere: Natural tones such as soft greens, blues, and neutral colors can help create a soothing and calming environment. These colors have been shown to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and improve sleep quality.

Enhances natural light: Natural light is a vital component of good bedroom design. It can make the room feel brighter and more spacious, and it can also help regulate your body's natural sleep-wake cycle. By using light, airy window treatments and keeping furniture away from windows, you can make the most of natural light.

Provides a neutral backdrop: Natural tones can also provide a neutral backdrop for other decorative elements in the room, such as artwork or bedding. By keeping the walls and furniture neutral, you can create a cohesive look that is both elegant and timeless.

Helps to reduce distractions: Too much color or harsh lighting can be overstimulating and make it difficult to relax or sleep. By using natural tones and lighting, you can help minimize distractions and create a more peaceful atmosphere in the bedroom.

Overall, incorporating natural tones and lighting into bedroom design can help create a calming and relaxing environment that promotes restful sleep and a sense of well-being.

What do you think? Do you prioritized natural tones and lighting in the bedroom?

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New property listed in Airdrie, Airdrie

I have listed a new property at 1106 2781 Chinook Winds DRIVE SW in Airdrie. See details here

Take a look at this remarkable end unit in the Prairie Springs community! This spacious condo offers two bedrooms, one bathroom, boasting granite countertops and an open floor plan. The two good-sized bedrooms, oversized bathroom, and separate laundry room with ample storage space make this home both practical and convenient. In addition, you'll have access to a storage room and two parking stalls, one titled and one assigned, located just steps from your front door. The condo fee includes heat and water, making this one of the best values in Airdrie. This pet-friendly complex requires board approval. You'll be thrilled with the location, just steps from Chinook Winds Park, walking paths, shopping, and more. Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity!

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Tips For An Eco-Friendly Outdoor Space

This month I am sharing some ideas on eco-friendly ways you can enhance and enjoy your outdoor living spaces this summer. I have some tips on environmentally-sound practices to share, as well as ones for maintenance and decor.

Jason Streich⁠
Greater Calgary Real Estate⁠
403 807 2204⁠
jstriech@shaw.ca⁠

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Translucent Doors

Translucent doors, which are doors made from materials that allow light to pass through but are not completely transparent, can offer several benefits in a home:

Privacy: Translucent doors can provide a level of privacy while still allowing natural light to flow through. They can be a great option for spaces like bathrooms or bedrooms where privacy is important but you still want to allow light to enter the room.

Style: Translucent doors can add a unique and stylish touch to a home. They come in a variety of materials, such as frosted glass or acrylic, which can add an interesting texture to a room.

Sound insulation: Depending on the material used, translucent doors can also provide some sound insulation. This can be helpful in reducing noise from adjacent rooms or outside.

Space-saving: Sliding or pocket translucent doors can be a great space-saving option in smaller homes or apartments, as they do not require the swing space that traditional doors do.

Energy efficiency: Similar to see-through doors, translucent doors can also help improve the energy efficiency of your home by allowing natural light to enter, which can reduce your reliance on artificial lighting.

Overall, translucent doors can be a great option for homeowners looking to add privacy, style, and functionality to their home.

What do you think? Are you into the translucent doors?

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Tips For A Top-Notch Garden

Having a top-notch garden can provide a variety of benefits, including enhancing the beauty of your outdoor space, providing fresh produce or herbs for your meals, and improving your mental health through the calming effects of gardening. However, achieving a top-notch garden requires effort and attention to detail, including defining the space, plucking the weeds, spreading mulch, remembering to water, and ensuring enough sun exposure.

Defining the space of your garden can help create a clear and organized layout, making it easier to plant and maintain your garden. This can be done by creating borders with fences, hedges, or other types of physical barriers. Defining your garden space can also help keep unwanted plants or pests out, preventing them from damaging your plants.

Weeds can compete with your plants for resources such as water, nutrients, and sunlight, which can lead to stunted growth or even death of your plants. Plucking weeds regularly is crucial to prevent them from taking over your garden, and this can be done manually or with the help of herbicides.

Mulching can help regulate soil temperature and moisture levels, which can improve plant growth and reduce water usage. Mulch can also suppress weed growth and prevent soil erosion. Choosing the right type of mulch for your garden, such as organic mulch like shredded leaves or pine needles, can also improve soil quality over time.

Watering your plants regularly is essential to ensure they have the necessary hydration to grow and thrive. However, it's important to avoid over-watering, which can lead to root rot and other problems. The amount of water your plants need depends on the type of plant, soil type, and climate, so it's important to research the specific needs of each plant in your garden.

Finally, ensuring your plants have enough sunlight is crucial to their growth and health. Different types of plants have different light requirements, so it's important to select plants that are appropriate for the amount of sunlight your garden receives. Monitoring your garden throughout the day can help you determine the best spots for different types of plants.

Creating a top-notch garden requires attention to detail and regular maintenance, but the benefits can be well worth the effort. A beautiful and productive garden can improve the overall appearance of your home, provide fresh produce, and promote a healthy lifestyle.

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I have sold a property at 8106 70 Panamount DRIVE NW in Calgary

I have sold a property at 8106 70 Panamount DRIVE NW in Calgary. See details here

Panamount Place is the place to be in Panorama Hills if you love the perfect balance of convenience and lifestyle amenities, and this condo is a standout! A timeless layout is bright and open, and perfect for hosting gatherings. Light cabinets in the kitchen contrast nicely with modern black appliances and an upgraded dishwasher. Serve dinner in the adjacent dining nook, or at the eating bar overlooking the living area. The living room itself is spacious and sunny, thanks to sliding glass doors that lead out to a huge, double width, covered balcony with east exposure. The bedroom is large, with big windows. A walk-through closet connects to the ensuite, where jack and jill access is shared with the main living space. This unit also has upgraded in suite laundry, and includes underground parking with a secure attached storage unit. This complex is exceedingly well-connected. The pathway systems that run through the area begin within a half block, offering hours of enjoyment in nature. You can also wander over to the Panorama Hills Community Centre, where residents can access the parks, tennis courts, and event rental space, or simply appreciate the landscaped grounds and gardens. Across the main road, a bus terminal and the extensive Country Hills shopping centre provide endless choices, whether you stay close to home or hop on transit to head for an adventure. The amenities nearby are the library, theatre, Vivo Fitness Centre, soccer fields, and of course, various restaurants and cafes! There really is something for every craving with offerings spanning everything from coffee to the local pub to international fare. Primary routes nearby also make it easy to drive around Calgary to visit friends, and proximity to Stoney Trail gives you the option to head to the mountains or the airport and skip the traffic. See this one today!

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April 2023 - Calgary Real Estate Housing Market Update

Persistent sellers’ market conditions placed further upward pressure on home prices. After 4 months of gains, the total unadjusted benchmark price reached $550,800, nearly 2% higher than last month and a new monthly record high for the city.

In April, sales reached 2,690 units compared to the 3,133 new listings. With a sales to-new-listings ratio of 86%, inventories declined by 34% compared to last year and are over 45% below long-term averages for April.

While sales have eased by 21% compared to last year, the steep decline in supply has caused the months of supply to ease to just over one month. This reflects tighter market conditions than earlier in the year and compared to conditions reported last April.

If you or someone you know have questions about how this may impact your home selling or buying decision, send me a message!⁠


Jason Streich⁠
Greater Calgary Real Estate⁠
403 807 2204⁠
jstriech@shaw.ca⁠

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The Importance of Home Staging: Tips for a Successful Sale

Home staging is the process of preparing a home for sale by making it more visually appealing to potential buyers. It involves decluttering, depersonalizing, and decorating a home to showcase its best features and help buyers envision themselves living there. Here are some tips for a successful home staging:

Declutter: Remove all clutter and personal items from the home, including furniture, decorations, and personal photographs. This will help potential buyers focus on the space and visualize themselves living in it.

Clean: A clean home is essential for successful home staging. Clean every corner of the home, including carpets, windows, and appliances. Make sure the home smells fresh and inviting.

Depersonalize: Remove any personal items that may distract potential buyers, such as family photographs, personal memorabilia, or unusual decor. Keep the decor neutral and appeal to a broad audience.

Create Space: Remove any oversized furniture or items that make rooms feel cramped. Create a spacious and inviting environment that makes potential buyers feel at home.

Highlight Key Features: Identify the key features of the home and highlight them. This may include highlighting a fireplace or highlighting a newly renovated kitchen.

Add Some Greenery: Adding greenery or plants can help to add life and freshness to the home. Plants can also be used to accentuate key features of the home.

Hire a Professional: Consider hiring a professional home staging company or a real estate agent who specializes in home staging. They can provide expert advice and help create a successful home staging strategy.

In conclusion, home staging is an essential step in preparing a home for sale. By following these tips, sellers can create a visually appealing environment that will help potential buyers envision themselves living in the home. A successful home staging can ultimately lead to a quicker sale and higher selling price.

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I have sold a property at 1109 1110 11 STREET SW in Calgary

I have sold a property at 1109 1110 11 STREET SW in Calgary. See details here

Do you revel in everything downtown has to offer? This beautiful flat in Connaught’s popular Stella building is the perfect home base for your city-living style. An updated kitchen has new oversized tile flooring and stainless appliances. Granite counters are an upscale feature, and the eating bar overlooks the dining nook and living area in a stylish open layout. Cork flooring adds a chic visual dynamic that really elevates the space, and the glass door to the balcony is set in a wall of windows to infuse natural light. The entire home has also just been freshly painted. The balcony itself is covered and has solid sides, so you really can enjoy your outdoor space year-round! In the bedroom, big windows showcase the downtown lights, and a walk-through closet connects to the ensuite, which has new flooring as well. An opaque window brings in light from the main living space to the shower, and the bathroom also offers jack and jill access for added convenience. This unit has in-suite laundry as well as air conditioning. Your parking stall and storage locker are in the heated, underground parkade – a huge perk in this area. This building also offers a whole host of amenities, including a fitness centre complete with a steam room, a concierge, and bike storage. Guests in town? There are rentable guest suites, underground visitor parking, and a games room. This condo is in a phenomenal location to enjoy some of the best restaurants in Calgary, with dozens of the top eateries available within blocks, and trendy 17th Avenue in walking distance. The grocery store is just one street over, and there are several parks in the area as well as the extensive Bow River Pathway system only a few minutes away on foot or by bike. From here, you can leave the car home while you head out with friends or to local festivals and concerts – your place is sure to be the spot for everyone to meet up beforehand. There are also several main routes nearby, making it easy to drive or catch transit around town or head out west along nearby Bow Trail to escape the hustle and bustle and find your mountain adventure. See this one today!

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What's Great About Living in Point McKay

Point McKay is a residential neighbourhood located in the northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Here are some things that are great about living in Point McKay:

Location: Point McKay is conveniently located near downtown Calgary, which means residents have easy access to all the amenities and services the city has to offer.

Proximity to the Bow River: Point McKay is situated along the Bow River, which offers beautiful views and plenty of outdoor activities, such as fishing, hiking, and biking.

Quiet and peaceful: Point McKay is a relatively quiet neighbourhood, which makes it a great place to live for those who enjoy a more peaceful and relaxed lifestyle.

Community spirit: Point McKay is known for its strong community spirit, with residents coming together to organize events and activities throughout the year.

Amenities: Point McKay has a range of amenities, including parks, schools, shopping centers, and restaurants, making it a convenient place to live.

Point McKay offers a great balance of urban convenience and outdoor recreation, making it an attractive place to live for those looking for a quieter, yet still vibrant community.

What do you love about living in Point McKay?

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Open Kitchen Shelves

Open kitchen shelves have become increasingly popular in recent years for several reasons. Here are some of the main reasons why open kitchen shelves are considered great:

Easy to Access: With open shelves, everything is in plain sight, making it easy to find what you need without having to dig through cabinets or drawers.

Aesthetically Pleasing: Open shelves provide an opportunity to showcase beautiful dishes, glassware, and other kitchen items, creating an attractive and visually appealing display.

Creates a Sense of Space: By removing the visual barriers of cabinets, open shelves can create an illusion of more space and light, making a small kitchen feel larger and more open

Budget-Friendly: Open shelves are often less expensive than cabinets, making them an affordable way to update your kitchen and give it a fresh look.

Easy to Install: Open shelves are relatively easy to install and can be a DIY project for those with basic carpentry skills.

However, it is important to note that open shelves may not be the best choice for everyone. Since they don't have doors, they require more maintenance to keep items dust-free, organized, and looking neat. Open shelves also require a bit of planning to ensure that they are functional and don't become cluttered.

Nonetheless, for those who appreciate the benefits of open shelving, they can be a great addition to any kitchen. What do you think? Are you into open shelving?

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