Immerse yourself in a piece of Inglewood’s historic past...
Immerse yourself in a piece of Inglewood’s historic past, with this studio condo in the infamous McGill Block, which was built in 1919 by Albert and Vera Dick, who survived the sinking of the Titanic! The upper floors of the building have since been converted to
cute, minimalist-style condos, with big bright windows. Neutral hardwood and high ceilings are attractive features, while the open kitchen offers plenty of cabinet space. A full bathroom and a large front closet finish the unit. While this apartment has recently been used as an office, this is the perfect space for someone who loves to live, work, and play in their favourite neighbourhood, or add furniture and showcase the local hospitality as an Airbnb host! Within a block, find some of the best spots in Calgary, with Brick Wines,
Deane House, Fort Calgary, Junction 9 Yoga and Pilates, and Bite Grocer and Eatery right there. Just a few minutes takes you to the heart of
Inglewood - the original Calgary main street - which over the years has been named the greatest neighbourhood both in Calgary AND in Canada. This area is known for its restaurant scene, as well as an eclectic mix of boutique shops and trendy art installations. Tucked along the river, kilometres of pathways are at your doorstep, and quick access to primary routes makes it easy to get where you need to go. See
this one today!
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