The population of Crestmont was 1,454 in 2012. How many homes make up this community? 462 single-family structures which cost between $500,000 and $1,400,000 approximately. The Trans-Canada Highway runs to the north, and to the west is undeveloped land which is nice for peace and quiet, while to the south is the Artists’ View residential area.
Crestmont is still a suburb of Calgary, but it is located much closer to the country than other communities. The community also has a strong association, located near the entrance to the neighborhood, which means homes are more likely to retain their value.
A stop on bus route 408 is located in the northwestern corner of the community.
Parks & Recreation
Substantial shopping is not located in Crestmont; for that residents must travel into town to the east. The emphasis in Crestmont is on green space, of which there is more than most other Calgary communities. Furthermore, the community is positioned around a lot of outdoor recreational space as well. For example, the Canada Olympic Park is located nearby down the Trans-Canada Highway, in addition to the country’s largest outdoor family amusement park, Calaway Park.
Schools in Crestmont include Vincent Massey Junior High, Ernest Manning High School, Calgary French & International School, Wildwood School, Calgary Waldorf School.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship in Crestmont include New Apostolic Church Canada, Foothills Mennonite Church, Calgary Community Church, Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd and the Woodcliff United Church.