Acadia Real Estate in Calgary

With its wide streets, mature trees and affordable housing, Acadia is a popular choice among many Calgary families. Bounded by major roadways on all sides, the neighbourhood's prime location puts it within minutes to transit and shopping, schools and recreational amenities, including the $9.5 million, 71,000 sq.ft. Osten and Victor Alberta Tennis Centre.

To learn more about houses in Acadia, see below.

Acadia Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $687K
Lowest Price $245K
Highest Price $850K
Total Listings 10
Avg. Days On Market 7
Avg. Price/SQFT $591

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Homes For Sale in Acadia, Calgary

More about the Acadia Community

2023 Home Sales in Acadia Calgary

There were 118 single family homes sold in the Acadia area in 2023, with an average price of $575,561. Average Days on Market (DOM) for Acadia houses was 19 days. There were 68 condos & townhouses sold in Acadia with an average price of $249,381 and they took an average of 19 days to sell.

Acadia is a mature established neighbourhood in Calgary's Southeast quadrant, annexed by the City of Calgary in 1956 and founded as a community in 1960. Consisting mainly of detached bungalows, there is also a number of townhomes on the West side which makes the area a popular draw for young buyers.

Acadia Shopping Facilities

Acadia has one of the best locations in Southeast Calgary, nestled between all the major shopping centres including Deerfoot Meadows, Chinook Centre & Southcentre Mall. The MacLeod Trail corridor just West of Acadia offers a vast array of retailers and services - from hotels and car dealerships, restaurants, big box stores and home renovation centres. IKEA is the major tenant over at Deerfoot Meadows, and the Calgary Auto Mall is right next door.

Community Recreation in Acadia

The residents of Acadia benefit from the community's prime location close numerous recreational facilities in this region. Several golf courses and parks are nearby, and only a short drive away are Fish Creek Park, Heritage Park, and the Glenmore Sailing Club. There are playing fields at the Acadia Athletic Club and curling and skating rinks at the Acadia Community Centre too.

Acadia is also home to the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre, a not-for-profit organization that provides the community with year-round access to eight indoor courts, five outdoor championship courts, state-of-the-art technology, a gym and hospitality services. The Centre has become integral to Calgary's growing tennis community and has redefined the standard for major tennis centres across Canada. 

Acadia Schools in Calgary

Acadia Community Demographics

Home to over 10,500 residents, Acadia is a diverse community. For a breakdown of social statistics in Acadia, including such details as income, age, marital status and population diversity please visit the link below.

Acadia Community Profile

Community Crime Statistics

Acadia is a relatively safe community with the majority of crimes focusing on vandalism and vehicle-related thefts. For a more detailed analysis please visit the City of Calgary Crime Map

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