Gardening season is upon us, and the secret to a great garden is great soil. What makes soil great? Compost!
Thanks to the City of Calgary, every home has a Green Compost Bin. You can regularly put compost waste in it for collection, or you can keep it inside your yard and do your own thing. If you choose to make your own compost, here is what you need to do:
Add Base: Food scraps are the base for your compost. You can basically compost any kind of food, except for meat & dairy products. This is because meat and dairy will attract rodents and maggots, but also compromises the nutrient balance of the compost. Have a mini compost container in your kitchen for easy access, then regularly dump it into your compost bin outside and clean it to reduce the
With all the new recently installed bike lanes, trendy restaurants and recently upgraded walk scores, Bowness is quickly becoming one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city.
Do not miss out on this redevelopment site! Large 50x120 R-C2 corner lot, a prime location for the City of Calgary's new Main Streets (potential) up-zoning requirements to multi-family. This 1932 Character bungalow is in need of a little tender loving care. This property is not in the flood zone nor did it flood.
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We have all heard the phrase "this house has good bones." Those of us who watch HGTV know that a house having "good bones" is often used as a way to convince buyers that the property could be something wonderful, even though it is in need of a major makeover. A couple will walk into a derelict home, the wall paper stripped, ceiling beams exposed, stepping around holes in the floor, and their HGTV expert will say, "I know, I know. But it has good bones!"
The reality is that most houses that look like a mess are a mess. Not every decrepit home has "good bones"; in fact, not every nice home has good bones! Rarely will you be able to tell what kind of bones a home has without the eye of a home inspector. These professionals see through the grime and
When you are preparing to sell your home, getting a CMA is crucial in determining the worth of your home and what a good asking price will be. So what is a CMA?
CMA stands for Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA is used by realtors to calculate the market value of a property they are selling before they list it. As a homeowner, you may have some idea of what your home is worth based on your own knowledge of the area and property itself. However, we highly suggest you have a real estate professional, such as ourselves, complete an official CMA for you. It will be your second greatest asset in the selling process; the first greatest asset being us, your real estate agent!
This fantastic 5 bedroom family home offers approximately 3000 square feet of completely developed, very functional, modern living space! Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this large, two story split features 1250 square feet on the main level & a fully developed lower level. This property includes a grand open staircase complete with vaulted ceilings, real hardwood flooring, an open concept kitchen with granite counters, a large center island, a pantry & breakfast nook, an adjoining family room complete with a wood burning fireplace & a custom oak built-in feature wall.
The main floor also has a laundry room and a fourth bedroom/den. The Upper level includes a large master bedroom & 5 piece ensuite with a jet tub and 2 more spacious
March 20th was the first official day of spring. Crazy, right? Since then we have had a number of snowstorms and cloudy skies, most notably yesterday when it snowed all day long. The good news? The snow was wet and heavy, and the heat of the sunshine today has already begun to melt it. While Mother Nature seems to want to keep winter around, the sun is on our side. Thank goodness!
Regardless of how high our snow piles still are, the beautiful reality is that it is, in fact, spring. Around this time is when our homes transition out of winter. We begin to pack away our snow pants and mittens (with a knock on wood), any remaining Christmas lights get taken down, moody blues and rich reds are replaced with pastels, and we decide to force spring into
This property is currently under construction (pictures from a similar unit by the same builder), so if you act fast, you could have a say in interior finishes such as cabinets and flooring.
The floor plan for this property is wide open with a walk-out and southern exposure. With a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms, living space is plentiful. Gorgeous views! Expect nothing but the best from this quality local builder who has consistently produced high-end modern homes.
Close to all amenities, across from a playground and Elementary school, a short walk to Notables fine restaurant, minutes from Market Mall, U of C and two hospitals, only a short commute to downtown and easy access west to the mountains.
This extensively preserved, Victorian style, two storey home sits on the brow of the escarpment overlooking the entire south river valley. With gorgeous views and land to spare, this home is an inner-city dream.
This five bedroom character home with a triple car garage offers approximately 4000 square feet of total living space on a huge 50x120 south view lot. Maintenance free exterior (all windows & doors are metal clad), new (3yrs old) shingles & roll roofing, newer wiring throughout, tankless hot water, gorgeous real maple hardwood flooring on the main & upper floors, brand new carpet in 2018, beautiful granite countertops, 3 gas fireplaces with rock feature walls, newer maple kitchen cabinets, freshly painted
What even is a civic census? The City of Calgary writes, "The Civic Census is the official count of dwelling units and the population who are living in these units, by the door to door physical collection and recording of data. This count of dwellings and residents may be supplemented yearly with other information such as the periodic age/gender distribution data, etc." The first ever Calgary census took place in 1931! Just think about how much Calgary has grown in the last year; can you imagine how different our results today will be from the results back then?
A census does more than simply count how many people currently live in the city. The information gathered from the census "is used by The City for a variety of
Own a home in Bowness with the "cabin by the park!"
A large country kitchen opens up into a bright and modern dining room, partly divided from a spacious living room. With three bedrooms, one of which was an attached garage, and a large fenced in backyard, this home has plenty of pristine living space. Sitting on a south, 50x120 foot R-C1 lot, this is a great opportunity to own a home in the progressively changing inner city community of Bowness.
This property is across from the river estate homes, an off-leash dog park, a few steps away from a play ground, the river path system and Bowness and Bowmont park. This area did not flood in 2013 and is not in the flood map zone. Close to all amenities, including schools, restaurants, recreation
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