The Community of Mahogany
A New Caliber of Lake Community
Welcome to Mahogany. Located in southeast Calgary, new homes here have access to everything you could ask for, including two private beach areas, six distinct residential neighborhoods, parks and green space, 74 acres of naturalized wetlands, and an inviting urban village. Your opportunity to live near Calgary’s largest freshwater lake is now.
Lakeside estate homes starting from the low $700’s.
Area Manager contact:
- Ruth Dutton, Estate | 403.452.8205, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Neil Dutton, Estate | 587.352.5707, email@example.com
Mahogany: All of Life’s Essentials (and more)
Mahogany is Calgary’s award-winning community in the vibrant southeast. Redefining urban living, it is a place to live, grow and be active with your family, friends and neighbours.
The pulse of Mahogany beats at the city’s largest freshwater lake, a 63-acre paradise for recreation and relaxation.
Imagine yourself sitting in the sun while the kids build sandcastles or splash in the gentle waves lapping the shoreline.
Grab a canoe, kayak or paddleboat and fill your afternoon or weekend with water fun and the fun doesn’t stop when the snow starts to fall and the lake freezes over. Grab your skates and head for the skating pond or the hockey rink.
Back on the shore, construction has begun on a 22,000-square-foot beach house. Expected to be complete in 2015, the Mahogany Beach Club will host the Homeowner’s Association, special events, member parties, and educational and recreational programs for the whole family.
Outside, families and the community can come together around barbecues, fire pits and picnic areas.
There are more activities, too, like climbing boulders and an athletic park with basketball, tennis, and beach volleyball courts.
The wetlands at Mahogany create an outdoor lover’s paradise with numerous parks, natural spaces and are home to the largest man-made lake in Calgary. The wetlands provide an extensive natural environment full of native trees, grasses, shrubs, seating areas and 22 kilometers of pathways making for a perfect place to stroll, jog or bike. The wetlands provide a critical habitat for a number of wildlife species and serve as the community’s water retention and filtering system.
The design of your Mahogany home - whether it’s one of our stunning estate homes or luxury lakefront estates - draws its inspiration from classical French and colonial architecture.
It’s distinctive with elegant simplicity and picturesque charm.
The rustic, rich colours add to the timeless style you’ll find on any lane or boulevard in the six distinct neighbourhoods of Mahogany.
The necessities of life
While water is the essence of life, we need more to keep on living.
We also need a place to shop, a place to dine and a place to gather. Mahogany’s Urban Village will be home to a collection of restaurants, shops and services that will ensure everything you need is within walking distance of your front doorstep. Construction of the retail section for larger stores and boutique shops began in 2014.
While we wait for stores and boutiques to open, Mahogany residents can find shopping and other services nearby at 130th Avenue, Cranston Market and McKenzie Towne’s High Street. Seton also has an incredible shopping district.
Getting to the rest of Calgary is easy, too. The main gate to the community opens onto 52 St. SE, providing easy access to Stoney and Deerfoot trails. Mahogany is also right beside the future LRT terminal, promising quick and direct access to the city’s downtown.
Rest easy knowing that fantastic medical care is just a couple of minutes away. The fully operational South Health Campus is right next door, south of neighbouring Auburn Bay on Seton Boulevard.
Planning your kids’ education
Mahogany has spaces planned for its own schools. In the meantime, children of the community won’t have far to go. They can get their education in such neighbouring communities as McKenzie, Douglas and Prestwick.
Elementary school children attend McKenzie Lake, Mountain Park, Douglasdale and Deer Run schools. Junior high kids go to Midsun Junior High and high schoolers attend Centennial, Lord Beaverbrook and Dr. E.P. Scarlett.
The Catholic school board offers St. Sebastian for elementary school; along with St. Albert the Great, Cardinal Newman, Don Bosco, and Msgr. J.S. Smith for junior high; and Bishop O’Byrne and Bishop Grandin for high school.
Connect to life
When you wake up in Mahogany, every day is filled with life’s essentials.
It’s a place to replenish your body, mind and soul. Lake living keeps you near the water - the essence of life - and gives you the chance to connect with your family and community.
Come home to Mahogany and find what you really need to live and thrive.
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