AVAILABLE FOR VIEWINGS from October 16th onwards please contact to set up an appointment. For Rent, 1200sq feet bungalow with excellent curb appeal on a large corner 50 x 120’ lot in Calgary’s inner city community of Elboya. This much desired community offers all the benefits of quiet tranquility while living in the heart of the city. This house is conveniently located with walking distance to Elboya School, shops, services, and restaurants of Britannia Plaza, Sandy Beach and Stanley Park.

This home has been immaculately cared for while maintaining the original character and charm. As you step inside the foyer, you are met with a bright and spacious living room with large bay windows and a brick fireplace. There is a formal dining room with built-in storage as well as a sunny breakfast nook off the kitchen leading to the sunny large deck and yard. Two bedrooms and a bathroom complete the main level. The basement offers a large family room with retro wallpaper and mid century style fireplace. Two additional rooms, a full bath, laundry room, and utility room complete the lower level. The deck and yard has East, South, and West exposure, is surrounded by mature trees creating a private outdoor oasis. Complete with a single attached garage. Other lot features include: Back Lane, Back Yard, Backs on to Park/Green Space, Corner Lot, Fruit Trees/Shrub(s), Lawn, Near Shopping Center, No Neighbors Behind, Many Trees, Near Public Transit

Elboya is an ideal location providing easy access to some of Calgary’s highest rated Elementary/Junior High Schools – two children’s playgrounds, athletic fields, and within walking distance/ access to grocery, restaurants, fitness, health and retail. This community has been voted Calgary’s best place to live. It has the convenience of walking distance to the Elbow river pathway system, Downtown, Chinook Mall/Scotibank Theatre, Sandy Beach Dog Parks and Stanley park are just minutes away, Stanley Park offers public skating in winter, tennis courts and a outdoor pool for summer fun.

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