If you are looking for a community that is rich in culture and artistic diversity, then Cathedral Village is right up your alley. One of the oldest and most historic areas of the city, Cathedral is a vibrant community that was predominately built pre-war and its character and charm can be viewed during a scenic walk down the tree-lined streets. It’s the perfect combination of classic architecture and quirky design.
It’s close proximity to downtown makes it an easy commute to work, yet the Village has all the amenities one needs that you wouldn’t even have to leave! 13th Avenue is known for it’s local independent shops, restaurants, pubs, and cafes with a Safeway centrally located for your grocery shopping. Close to major bus routes, it would be a breeze for students to get to the U of R in no time. There are impressive buildings and homes in this neighbourhood including Holy Rosary Cathedral which is the oldest church in the city that is still in use. And the Ecole Connaught Elementary School was just recently built and looks incredible! Les Sherman Park provides an abundance of green space and tucked away in a gorgeous location lies the Neil Balkwell Civic Arts Centre. Truly a place for families, students, and professionals alike who love character, history, and a vibrant place to call home.
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