Country Hills is a community in the North West quadrant of the city of Calgary.
Development of the neighbourhood started in the early 1990's. It consists of single family homes, condos, and town homes.
Lots of green spaces, parks, bike paths and a golf course.
The community is well situated just south of Stoney Trail, which provides easy access to many areas in the city.
The neighbour across from Country Hills Boulevard is Panorama Hills, while South of the community is Beddington Heights. Hidden Valley is to the west, while Harvest Hills is east of the community.
Located just off of Country Hills Boulevard NW, provides residents with ample opportunities for shopping. There is shopping within the community along this stretch of road, but even more shopping on this Boulevard towards Coventry Hills.
Access to downtown either via Stoney Trail or Beddington Trail or Country Hills Boulevard. Excellent bus service in the area which provides residents with quick access to downtown.
Schools can be found in the surrounding communities.
Calgary Board of Education
Elementary Alex Munro
427 - 78th Avenue NE (Huntington Hills)
Elementary Simons Valley
375 Sandarac Drive NW (Sandstone)
Junior High Colonel Irvine
412 Northmount Drive NW (Highwood)
Junior High Simon Fraser
5215 - 33rd Street NW (Brentwood)
Senior High James Fowler
4004 - 4th Street NW (Tuxedo)
Senior High Queen Elizabeth
512 - 18th Street NW (West Hillhurst)
Calgary Catholic School District
K-6 St. Pius X
2312 - 18th St. NW (Capitol Hill)
K-6 Msgr Neville Anderson
327 Sandarac Drive NW (Sandstone)
K-9 Ascension of Our Lord
509 Harvest Hills Drive NE (Harvest Hills)
K-9 St. Margaret
3320 Carol Dr. NW (Collingwood)
7-9 Madeleine d'Houet
108 - 22nd Street NW (West Hillhurst)
Senior High Note Dame
11900 Country Village Link NE (Coventry Hills)
Owner Occupied: 87 per cent
Hospital: Foothills - 29th Street NW, just south of 16th Avenue
Vehicle Travel time to Downtown: 19 minutes
Vehicle Travel time to Airport: 11 minutes
Vehicle Travel time to Banff: 1 hour and 28 minutes