In November, Alberta’s real estate market had it all – from swanky mansions to budget-friendly gems. Alberta’s benchmark home price in October was $485,500, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Here are ten expensive and affordable homes, offering some insight into the sales that shaped Alberta’s real estate market last month.
Selling for over $2,000,000, this Calgary home is the most expensive on our list. The home is custom built, with a large open space combining the kitchen and dining areas. The basement houses two extra bedrooms, as well as a gym, sauna, and an entertainment room for movie nights.
This home has a real classic feel, with a winding staircase joining the floors. The expansive windows on the main floor flood the home with natural light, creating an inviting and airy atmosphere. Don’t forget to check out the large basement which has plenty of space for fun activities, with a gym and a home theatre.
Located in Varsity, this home is a beautiful bungalow with an open floor plan. The home has been tastefully painted with neutral colours and pops of colour including the sage green on the main floor. The large basement has plenty of space to turn into the perfect entertainment area.
Fully renovated, this Tudor-style home has been modernized inside. The kitchen has a perfect balance of style and function, while the living room is a great place to relax with friends and family. The home also has a renovated carriage suit, equipped with a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom for guests.
This home is in a secluded spot on a large plot of land, perfect if you’re looking to get away from the hectic city life. The open plan kitchen, living and dining areas have vaulted ceilings, with large windows for you to enjoy the view of your 5.26 acre lot. The perfect home for anyone looking for a quiet, nature-based lifestyle.
This cozy one-bedroom apartment is all about the location. The kitchen is small but mighty, offering everything a hobby cook would need. It’s an excellent location for professionals working downtown, being close to a variety of bars and restaurants to relax at after a long workday, with plenty of cycling and walking trails along the Bow River close by as well.
Based in the quiet community of Rycroft, this detached bungalow is spacious and great for retired couples or young families! The three bedrooms are towards the back of the house, which offers an easy line of sight to keep an eye on the kids while the play or easily navigate from one room to the next. Outside you’ll find a landscaped yard, with a large covered deck. The home is just five minutes from Spirit River.
This quaint detached home is a perfect starter home and an excellent place to let your creativity run free. Immediately you’re welcomed by a large living space with a kitchen just to your left. The home has plenty of space to develop how you see fit, as well as a basement area ripe for improvement.
This Lethbridge condo is all about its modern feel. You’re immediately greeted with spacious rooms with beautiful laminate flooring and an up-to-date kitchen area. Step outside onto the covered balcony for the perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee.
Daniel Crook is a Content Marketing Specialist at Zoocasa. Daniel’s insights provide home buyers and sellers with knowledge of local and national markets to aid them in their real estate pursuits. Daniel covers a multitude of topics, ranging from mortgages to local market trends, as well as data-driven reports uncovering national trends.
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