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7 Small Calgary Houses For Sale You Can Actually Afford

You can buy these cute Calgary homes for under $300K.
7 Calgary Houses For Sale Under For $300K That You Can Actually Afford

It's happening. People are buying homes everywhere we look. If you're looking to hop into the real estate pool in Calgary but you're a little worried about your bank account, this might help. These affordable Calgary houses for sale might make your home buying dreams a reality.

Each of these homes are spacious, bright, and ranging from two to three and a half bedrooms. Not bad for a first-time homebuyer. Some of the homes on this list offer detached garages and big back yards, others have huge bedrooms and walk-in closets, and, most importantly, one has a wet bar in the basement.

In various neighbourhoods around the city, from quiet suburbs to trendy areas just outside of downtown, there's no doubt that one of these locations will suit your lifestyle.

Whether you're interested in buying or just looking to get an idea of what's out there, this list will give you a peek at what you can buy in Calgary for under $300,000. Though many places in Canada are unaffordable for young people to buy, the market in Calgary isn't quite so scary. You won't exactly be able to buy a Calgary mansion for under $300,000, but you can get a really adorable character home.

If you're not ready to buy, there are still tons of new rental properties in YYC. If you are ready to take the plunge, here are seven affordable homes in Calgary you'll want to move into ASAP.

88 Pennsburg

Price: $239,900

Address: 88 Pennsburg Way S.E., Calgary, AB

Why You Need It: This lovely little home is located in Penbrooke Meadows, a quiet neighbourhood with tons of public space to offer. The home itself is spacious, sunny, and has recently updated flooring and paint. You’ll love the beautiful backyard and patio.

31 Dovercliffe

Price: $257,000

Address: 31 Dovercliffe Way S.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need It: This unique little home is filled with character and has what might be the back patio of your dreams. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, a den, stainless steel appliances, and tons of space.

40 Templeridge

Price: $284,000

Address: 40 Templeridge Cres. N.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need It: Located right across the street from Temple Green Park, you’re going to fall in love with this bright, beautiful home. You’ll find a huge bay window, a slate fireplace, and stunning hardwood flooring.

3219 Doverville

Price: $250,000

Address: 3219 Doverville Cres. S.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need It: This home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and tons of natural light. The massive upstairs living room has a big front-facing window and a beautiful fireplace. The kitchen is also of good size and it has a breakfast nook. Try and tell us you haven’t always wanted a breakfast nook.

4 Whitebow

Price: $259,900

Address: 4 Whitebow Pl. N.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need It: What this home lacks in size it makes up for in charater. With a modern, chic interior and tons of outdoor space including a balcony, patio, and backyard, it's perfect for hosting.

1 Falchurch

Price: $249,900

Address: 1 Falchurch Rd. N.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need it: This big Falconridge home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully finished basement, and an attached heated garage. There is a massive backyard and the neighbourhood could not be more wholesome. If you’re looking for more space for activities, you’ll find it here.

135 Doverglen

Price: $268,500

Address: 135 Doverglen Pl. S.E., Calgary, A.B.

Why You Need It: Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large rec room, and a full wet bar in the basement. There is also a big yard and a detached garage. This corner lot offers all the space you could ask for and more.

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