Cliff Bungalow

    Cliff Bungalow is an old Calgary community, stretching back to 1907. In fact, the current name of the community wasn’t even applied until the 1970s. Craftsman-style homes of the time give the area a unique style. Approximately $1M is the top of the range for home prices in Cliff Bungalow, while around $700,000 is the bottom.

    The 2012 population of Cliff Bungalow was 1,936 persons living in 1,377 dwellings. 5A Street forms the western border of the community, while 4th Street forms its eastern border, Elbow Drive its southern border and 17th Avenue its northern border.

    Transit
    Bus route 403 handles Cliff Bungalow. Easily accessible CTrain routes are located on nearby 7th Avenue SW.

    Parks & Recreation
    Earl Grey Park sits next to Cliff Bungalow and provides a great piece of nature to enjoy. To the south lies Elbow Park, while to the west lies Reader Rock Gardens. These gardens are unique in that the Burnsland Cemetery superintendent carefully crafted them for over a decade starting in the 20s. They have been lovingly maintained ever since for the enjoyment of local residents and those who travel there to experience it.

    Entertainment is available to Cliff Bungalow residents via the Globe Cinema and Uptown Stage and Screen. Shopping is located near to the community at the Chanel Boutique, Gios Collections For Men, Melanie Lyne, Riley & McCormick, Winners, Club Monaco, BCBG, Banana Republic, and Aritzia.

    Schools
    Schools that serve Cliff Bungalow include Western Canada High School, Mount Royal Junior High School and Earl Grey School.

    Houses of Worship
    Houses of worship in Cliff Bungalow include the Immanuel Church, the First Baptist Church, the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Grace Presbyterian Church.