Take a drive up to the northeastern region of Calgary and it’s hard not to miss the Winston Heights/Mountainview neighborhood. This residential community is bounded by the Deerfoot Trail and Nose Creek to the east, the Trans-Canada Highway to the south, the Edmonton Trail to the west, and 32nd Avenue to the north. Winston Heights/Mountainview is known for being home to the Fox Hollows and Elks golf course. The neighborhood was first established in 1932 and then expanded in the 1950s to incorporate a larger area. Currently it has an area redevelopment plan in place that is sure to design a future for the community that keeps it integral to the fabric of Calgary culture in the years to come.

Public school students in Winston Heights/Mountainview attend Mount View elementary, Georges P. Vanier junior high or Colonel Macleod junior high, and James Fowler senior high or Crescent Heights senior high. Catholic school students are assigned to attend St. Joseph elementary and junior high before graduating at St. Mary’s or St. Francis’ senior high school.

Offering high quality access to the downtown core through the Edmonton Trail, Winston Heights/Mountainview maintains close proximity to amenities such as Nose Creek Park and the city’s heralded pathway system. With its’ population of 3,800, residents enjoy its’ combination of being on the cutting edge of downtown Calgary culture while also being home to an array of residential properties that, together, form a community. The space along the golf course adds a level of attractiveness to Winston Heights/Mountainview for residents who want to enjoy some of the breathtaking green space that Calgary has to offer.

Calgary Transit has a dozen stops set up throughout the residential grid portion of the community to accommodate the city travel wishes of any resident – all within walking distance.

The Winston Heights/Mountainview neighborhood is one that was first conceived in the 1930s. The wartime properties that came in the 1950s served to further expand the community and the redevelopment plan that is presently enacted within its’ borders means a neighborhood that caters to the land and its’ people. Appealing to the needs of multiple demographics, Winston Heights/Mountainview offers affordable properties in a safe Calgary neighborhood where one isn’t afraid to hit the city for a night out or to stay in for a comfortable night in bed. For one and all.