It has exposed brick walls, a wooden planked ceiling and two skylights.
It has solar panels and a rainwater capture system.
It sits on a huge, private inner-city lot and there's a hot tub.
It has a library in the master bedroom and you can see the Peace Bridge from the front porch.
It has a nine-foot-long, custom-made Douglas Fir eating bar.
This house has a chic orange kitchen, sunny verandah and big back deck.
If you've read our June issue, you might recognize this house. We shot our patio party guide in this home's indoor garden atrium.
It has a pond, nanny suite and 1,200 square foot wrap-around deck.
The Glenwood Manor is on the Alberta Registry of Historic Places.
What they lack in square footage, they more than make up for in smart floor plans, luxurious finishings and inner-city locations.
This walkout bungalow has vaulted cedar ceilings, brick fireplaces and a rumpus room — all the things that make 1950s homes great.
You can own three acres of land in Edworthy Park. It comes with a lovely 1968 house.
Calgary’s rapidly changing population is fuelling innovations in home design.
It has a porch in the front and a fireplace in the back.
It's technically two properties with a total of 11 units.
This compact heritage home feels modern.
From century home to modern infill, these five single family homes have one thing in common; they're all listed below $425,000.
This designated heritage building was featured in the TV show Fargo.