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    Bridlewood was first built in 1998, which means it’s a very young community compared to others in Calgary. Development has not occurred on all sides, so this community is quite peaceful; however, that doesn’t mean Bridlewood is lacking when it comes to any of the amenities expected by residents.

    The community is bordered by 37th St to the west, James McKevitt to the east, 22X to the south and 162nd Av to the north. The highest priced homes in the area cost around $700,000, while the lowest priced homes cost around $350,000. Approximately 4,200 homes are located in Bridlewood with, as of 2012, nearly 12,000 people living within them.

    Bus route 14 stops at Bridlecreek as well as Bridlewood with a terminal at Somerset-Bridlewood.

    Parks & Recreation
    Bridlewood does not have any full-fledged parks, but it does have lots of green space, a close proximity to the Spruce Meadows Off-Leash Dog Park across Stone Trail SE, and a small lake along its eastern side.

    The Bridlewood Shopping Center is located within the boundaries of the community, offering a unique collection of restaurants and shops. Big stores are located near the community as well, like Addition Elle, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sears Canada, and Winners. The Shawnessy Village Shopping Centre is well known in the area and provides a whole other outlet of shopping for residents of Bridlewood.

    Schools include Bridlewood Elementary, Glenmore Christian Academy, and Monsignor J.J. O’Brien.

    Houses of Worship
    Houses of worship include the All Saints Lutheran Church, Most Holy Church of God in Jesus Christ, New Hope Community Church Ministry Centre, and the Red Deer Lake United Church.