Cedarbrae Real Estate
Profiled above are the last twelve month real estate statistics for the Cedarbrae community in Calgary; including number of properties listed, number of properties sold, median asking prices, and median sold prices. To view current Cedarbrae Real Estate listings for sale, click here.
Cedarbrae: A Serene Oasis in Southwest Calgary
In the serene southwest of Calgary, Cedarbrae beckons with its picturesque tree-lined streets, vibrant cul-de-sacs alive with the laughter of children, and timeless 1970s architecture. Embraced by nature, this community boasts easy access to sprawling parks, winding trails, and charming local shops, creating an idyllic living experience.
Nature enthusiasts and active individuals find solace in Cedarbrae’s proximity to Fish Creek Park, Glenmore Park, and the Southland Leisure Centre, providing abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. Remarkably, Cedarbrae stands out as one of the most budget-friendly neighborhoods in the area, ensuring affordability without compromising on quality of life.
Navigating Cedarbrae and beyond is effortless, thanks to its strategic location surrounded by key thoroughfares: Anderson Road to the South, Tsuu T’ina Trail to the West, Southland Drive to the North, and 24th Street to the East, facilitating convenient commuting for residents.
Cedarbrae School and St. Cyril School serves the community’s educational needs.
Cedarbrae Community Newsletter
Cedarbrae residents are actively engaged in their community and keeping them informed is our top-priority. MyCedarbrae is the official community newsletter, and covers community news and is published monthly to keep content current and relevant. Delivered to every household, apartment, and business, every resident is acquainted with the community’s most important information.
Cedarbrae Community League Association
The Cedarbrae Community League Association enhances communal bonds through a diverse range of programs and events hosted at the Cedarbrae Community Centre, a hub for social gatherings and recreational activities. From sports enthusiasts to craft aficionados, the centre accommodates various interests, fostering a tight-knit community spirit.
The Cedarbrae Community Centre is home to a gym with a capacity of over 500 people where people can play badminton, basketball, pickleball, and volleyball. The community centre also has a meeting room and two spacious halls all available for rental.
The community association also hosts numerous other activities such as an annual craft fair, Stampede Hoedown, and regular Meet Your Neighbour Nights. These activities enable the residents of Cedarbrae to maintain a strong sense of community. Regular programs such as Book Club, Community Coffee, Cards and Games, Seniors Yoga, Parent and Tot Group cater to all families and ages.
Cedarbrae Community Demographics
Diversity thrives in Cedarbrae, with a melting pot of cultures enriching its vibrant tapestry. With a modest average household income of $88,000 and a population of 5,935, Cedarbrae embraces individuals from diverse backgrounds, including immigrants from the Philippines, United Kingdom, Ukraine, and indigenous communities. 24% of the population are immigrants and 7% of the population in Cedarbrae have an indigenous identity.
Home seekers find an array of housing options tailored to their preferences, of the 2,550 occupied private dwellings, 52% are singled detached houses, 25% are semi-detached houses, 12% are row houses, 1% are apartments in a duplex, and 10% are apartments in a building with less than five storeys.
Cedarbrae’s comprehensive demographic statistics can be found on the City of Calgary community profiles site.