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Coopers Crossing | Airdrie Neighbourhoods

Coopers Crossing is located in the southwest portion of Airdrie, south of Yankee Valley Boulevard and East of 8th Street. The neighbourhood is most known for its luxury homes, being extremely clean, and being voted the city's #1 community 9 years in a row.

Over half the homes here back onto a park, pond, or pathway, which gives an extra layer of privacy while still being central. All the green space and trails make up a total of 44 acres, with the highlight being Discovery Park. You'll find a toboggan hill, basketball court, fire pit, and a great playground.

With a wide range of townhomes, starter homes, and incredible custom homes, there is a good chance you'll find something that suits your needs. The only kind of home you won't find is apartments. Right now you can expect to pay anywhere from $500,000 to well over $1M depending on the style. The most expensive home we've seen sell in Coopers Crossing went for $1.46M back in 2014, and although we've had some listed for more than that, none have actually sold for a higher price. The townhomes in the area are currently between $350,000 - $500,000.

The community started being built right around the turn of the millennium, with the oldest homes being built in 1999 and there is still new construction in the neighbourhood today. So, we're still looking at a few years for Coopers to be officially finished. For those homes yet to be built, there is everything from estate lot homes backing onto the pond, all the way down to those townhomes.

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Something that people don't often know is that Coopers has a home owners association. The payment for homes backing onto green space is $75 per year and $57 per year if you don't back onto green space. It is fairly minimal and provides the neighbourhood some extra funding for maintenance and events. There are certain rules that come along with living in a community with an HOA, for example what colour you can stain your wood fence.

As for shopping in the area, there are a couple of good options, but the most obvious one is Cooperstown Promenade that's situated right inside the neighbourhood. It features a Save-On-Foods, Shell gas station, various restaurants (chain and local), and other retail and business services. The next closest shopping area is Sierra Springs Shopping Centre.

You'll see some bigger names, such as Walmart, Home Depot, and Winners. No matter with part of Coopers you live in, access is going to be super close with the new 40th Ave overpass.

For the students in your home, those in kindergarten to grade 4 are going to attend Coopers Crossing School which is located in the middle of the neighbourhood. Middle school kids grade 5-8 will go to Northcott Prairie School which is south in Hillcrest. High school kids grade 9-12 will attend W.H. Croxford which is just west of Coopers across 8th Street. All are easily accessible and walkable in most instances.

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Definitely a mixed population in Coopers Crossing from younger couples and families, multi generational families, to retirees all mixed throughout the neighbourhood. If you want to live somewhere that's kept clean, very close to amenities, with quick access to Calgary, the this might be the place for you. If you're looking for a luxury home in Airdrie, there is a very good chance this is where you'll end up, as almost all of the luxury homes are in Coopers.

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- Brad Walker


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