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Bowwood Drive NW

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Buy your own 3-bedroom home in Bowness, NW Calgary

Imagine buying a home where your kids can have neighbourhood friends, you can pick up groceries on your way home from work and your pet has plenty of green space to explore.

Stop dreaming and make it a reality – you can afford to own your own home here in this established, northwest Calgary community.

Habitat for Humanity has three-bedroom homes for sale in Bowness and is currently accepting applications to purchase one of these homes with no interest and no down payment.

See the basic qualification criteria.

The home specs

These 1,100 sq. ft. homes in Bowness feature:

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1.5 baths
  • A private entrance
  • 3 levels of living space
  • A private balcony and yard
  • Open-concept kitchen and living spaces for a bright and airy feel
  • 5 energy-efficient appliances to help lower your utility bills
  • In-suite laundry
  • Bedrooms with built-in closets and durable carpet
  • Designated parking stall


Your neighbourhood amenities

In Bowness, you'll find:


  • Drop-in sports and activities, including pickleball, soccer, hockey, skating, karate, sportball, yoga and more
  • Indoor playground
  • Knitting circle
  • Fitness studio, including zumba and circuit training workouts

Bowness Community Association

Photo credit: My Bowness


  • Belvedere Parkway School – for grades K-6
  • Terrace Road School - for grades K-6
  • Our Lady of the Assumption School - Catholic school for grades K-9
  • River Valley School - a private school for grades 3-6
  • Thomas B. Riley School - for grades 6-9
  • F.E. Osborne School - for grades 7-9
  • Bowcroft School - for grades 7-9
  • Bowness High School - for grades 10-12


Bowcroft School photo credit: Calgary Board of Education


  • Bowness park
  • Bkaer Park
  • Bowness Skating Trail
  • Bowness Park and Wading Pool
  • Bowmong Park Fenced Off-Leash Area

Bowness Park

Photo credit: Calgary Playground Review



  • Grocery stores
  • Pharmacies
  • Churches
  • Health care
  • Public transportation
  • Banks
  • Gyms
  • Post office

How it works

Habitat for Humanity builds their homes with professional architects and trades and with the help of volunteers like you who get to have a hand in building a home.

The homes are built to spec and blend seamlessly with the neighbouring homes.

Habitat also holds the mortgage to each of the properties, so instead of borrowing money from a bank — you pay them back — with no interest or down payment.

Each mortgage payment made by a homeowner is reinvested into Habitat to build more homes, so each family helps another family buy their first home.

Here are the steps to buying your home:

  1. Take the Eligibility Quiz to see if you meet the basic criteria to buy a Habitat home
  2. Attend an information session
  3. Submit an Application
  4. Complete your volunteer hours
  5. Buy and move in to your new home

To qualify in Calgary you must:

  • Have children under the age of 18
  • Make a minimum of $40,000 per year
  • Not exceed the maximum household income (dependent on family size)
  • Have at least one member of the household who works full-time (35 hours per week)
  • Have consistent full-time work for the past two years
  • Not currently own real estate
  • Have lived in Calgary for at least two years
  • Be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents (all family members)
  • Not have debt in collections
  • Minimum $2,000 in chequing, savings or RRSP accounts to demonstrate strong savings behaviour
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