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A quaint lakeside community where scenic views and beautiful homes reign supreme, Chestermere is Alberta's fastest growing city and a great place for people of all ages to call home.

If there’s any community in Alberta that’s officially on the rise, it’s Chestermere. Formerly classified as a “summer village,” it upgraded to “town” status in 1993, not long after its population reached 1,000. Two decades later, in late 2014, after a massive population boom, it officially became a “city.” Evidently word got out that the only thing better than vacationing in a gorgeous lakeside resort town is staying there permanently and calling it home. More than 17,000 residents now call Chestermere home, with no sign of the population boom coming to an end any time soon.

Over half of Chestermere’s residents are under 35 years of age, helping give the city a palpably youthful vibe. Large numbers of retirees and empty nesters have settled down in “Alberta’s Oasis” as well in recent years. Many families, drawn to the great schools and safe neighbourhoods in Chestermere, have taken root there, too. A demographically diverse group, residents of Chestermere have one thing in common: they’re all suckers for scenic vistas, lakeside living, and an overall excellent quality of life.

Along with an abundance of spacious, family-sized dwellings, the Chestermere MLS often includes ideal housing options for singles and kid-less couples (townhouses, starter homes, bungalows). With a nice mix of historic, well-established, and brand-spanking-new homes for sale, Chestermere beholds a dream home for one and all.

Chestermere shares a border with Calgary, making it easy for commuters to earn a paycheck in “C-Town” before escaping back to paradise. Others have the luxury of working within city limits. Lured by a whopping business tax of zero percent, new businesses have opened shop steadily in Chestermere throughout the past couple decades. And since the city recently annexed and set aside more than 2,000 acres for future businesses to utlize, it’s only a matter of time before even more Chestermere residents are able to live, play, and work without stepping foot outside their hometown.

Situated adjacent to Alberta’s primary east-west roadway, the TransCanada Highway, Chestermere residents have easy access to neighboring communities. Highway 1A serves the city as well, allowing residents to get to downtown Calgary in 20 minutes flat. The city is also located just 25 kilometers from the Calgary International Airport – you know, for when you want to take a vacation to some other beautiful resort town.

Most people in Chestermere rely on their own wheels to get around, but another option, if you're heading to Calgary, is to hop aboard the First Canada Charter buses, which make the short trek to the downtown area Monday through Friday.

An extremely biker-friendly city, Chestermere includes a 27-kilometer bike path within the city. Also, the city is connected to Calgary's advanced bikeway system at the southern tip of West Chestmere.

The only problem with the neighbourhoods in Chestermere? Unless you’re the buy-houses-all-over-town type, you have to pick just one to call home.

Whether you’re a family guy or a lone wolf, you can’t go wrong with Lakeview Landing. A healthy mix of modest bungalows, duplexes, and distinguished freestanding homes, it includes quality real estate options for high rollers and tight-budgeted buyers alike. Nestled on the western edge of Lake Chestermere, it’s the perfect residential destination for those who revel in the lakeside-living atmosphere.

Much of the city’s elite reside in East Chestermere, a serene and spacious community featuring distinguished estates on large lots. Lakefront homes in East Chestermere tend to be among the city’s most desirable real estate. You’ll find an abundance of vacant lots in this neighbourhood as well, making it the perfect place to construct your own dream home in Chestermere.

Another highly regarded community, The Beaches neighbourhood is a stone’s throw from the lake, Lakeside Greens Golf Course, and the canal. Houses for sale in this part of Chestermere consist largely of grand family estates, although a smattering of smaller, more humble abodes can be found as well. Other neighbourhoods with a mixture of villas, brownstones, and good old-fashioned ranches include wide-open Rainbow Falls and the hip, rapidly growing Westmere area.

A highly aesthetic community with a network of canals running through it, West Creek features an array of single-family homes, townhouses, condos, and duplexes. Lakeside Greens, with its wide, lushly landscaped streets and prime location beside the golf course, is an elite private neighbourhood where you’ll find some of the most grandiose real estate in Chestermere. Last but not least, The Cove, situated on the lake’s northeast banks, boasts stellar views of the water, a residents-only beach, children’s playground area, and a unique blend of real estate.

Alberta’s recreational and relaxation oasis, Chestermere is home to a wide range of outdoors amenities. The iconic Chestermere Lake is the prime attraction, and on a warm summer day you’ll find droves of tourists and locals waterskiing, surfing, boating, wakeboarding, fishing, or just relaxing on the sunny shores enjoying a frosty beverage or six. Adjacent to the lake is the highly regarded, championship-level Lakeside Greens Golf Course. An elaborate bike trail winds around the lake’s perimeter as well. Other outdoor attractions include a skate/bike park and numerous other parks with playgrounds, scenic trails, and picnic areas. An extremely active-minded community, Chestermere is also home to a mammoth recreational complex that features an Olympic-sized ice arena, 4 curling rinks, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and a senior’s centre.

Want to have some adults-only fun? Dial up the babysitter and join your friends and neighbors at the annual Chestermere Art Market Showcase, where you can peruse the local artist community’s masterpieces, sip some vino, and even roll up your sleeves and contribution to a community-wide art project. Other annual galas that provide fun for the whole family include Winterfest in January, the Canada Day birthday celebration on the lake, and the wildly popular Water Festival in July.