Hudson in Creekstone is a one-of-a-kind community set upon a spectacular ridge, overlooking the Pine Creek coulee, a protected environmental nature reserve. This community provides a limited opportunity to live in South Calgary’s most beautiful and naturally inspiring areas!
Not only does the community provide majestic views, Hudson in Creekstone is close to many urban conveniences including shopping centres, eateries, and fitness facilities, just to name a few. Nestled just south of 210 Avenue SW, the community is close to major roadways taking you easily into and out of the city.
One of the most appealing reasons to live in Hudson in Creekstone is 50% of the land is designated as an environmental reserve, so the natural beauty you see today will be what you see in the future. Further embracing the natural surrounding environment, the architectural styles of Modern Farmhouse and Modern Prairie fit seamlessly into the community.
Let’s find out why we chose Hudson in Creekstone as the perfect backdrop for our exclusive Creekstone Towns project:
Designated Environmental Reserve:
As mentioned above, one of the best reasons to live in Hudson in Creekstone is that 65 acres of the community is designated as protected environmental reserve. Unlike other new communities, where development usually encroaches on natural lands, the Pine Creek coulee will always remain pristine and untouched.
Since there are abundant shopping and essential services available in nearby communities, Hudson remains a community where nature comes first. Imagine being able to view stunning sunsets, take memorable walks and view the unique flora and fauna that call the Pine Creek coule home!
Not too Far, Not too Close
Another benefit of living in Hudson in Creekstone is that you’ll have access to some of the city’s best amenities including the new Seton YMCA, golf courses, Cardel Rec Center, library and Spruce Meadows just to name a few.
If you’re looking for something close, the Silverado Shopping Centre is only 5 minutes away and features a variety of conveniences from financial institutions, grocery stores, medical services, fitness clubs as well as a local pubs and take-out.
The Gates of Walden are located seven minutes away and include Save on Foods, Winners, Starbucks, multiple banks, restaurants and a gas station. More shopping can be found in Legacy, only 10 minutes away which includes the Township Shopping Centre, Legacy Village, Legacy Corner and Legacy Grove with Sobey’s, restaurants, professional services and take-out.
Shawnessy Village is also close by and offers even more commercial and retail opportunities including Canadian Tire, Walmart, Superstore, CO-OP, Petland, Home Depot and much more. If you crave organic, head east for 10 minutes and you’ll find Granary Road, a year-round farmer’s market.
Schools and Parks
Hudson in Creekstone has two dedicated school sites directly within the community. A timeline for funding and construction of these schools hasn’t been determined by the Province of Alberta and Calgary Board of Education yet, however there are both public and Catholic school options from elementary to senior high close by:
Public Regular Programs (Calgary Board of Education)
- Elementary – Bridlewood School
- Junior High – Samuel W. Shaw School
- Senior High – Centennial High School
Catholic Regular Programs (Calgary Catholic School District)
- Elementary –St. Patrick
- Junior High – Father Whelihan
- Senior High – Bishop O’Byrne
And of course, Fish Creek Park is only a 10 minute drive away which provides endless pathways for you to take your dogs or loved ones through nature. Kananaskis Country is also a short drive away which provides unlimited access to camping, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and much more.
Roadways and Transit:
Hudson in Creekstone is surrounded by three arterial roads, with access points from Sheriff King Street, 194th Street and 210th Avenue. With multiple ways to get in and out of the community, it means you won’t have to face traffic just trying to get home or when running errands.
Since the community is still in development, accessibility via transit is constantly improving. For now, Somerset/Bridlewood station is just a few minutes north by car and bus routes are a short walk away in the neighboring community of Silverado. A future LRT station is planned and will be ideally located between 194th Street and 210 Avenue.
No matter where you turn in Hudson in Creekstone, you’ll find a community with pristine scenery, and beauty abound. This community truly gives the best of both worlds: quiet country living within city limits.