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Strathmore Town Information

Strathmore Real Estate


            Strathmore is a very likeable town located along the Trans-Canada Highway in Southern Alberta, Canada. It falls in Wheatland County and is nearly 50 kilometres (30 miles approximately) east of Calgary city. The population of Strathmore town has been steadily rising.


           With this rise in the number of residents, Strathmore real estate demand and Strathmore new homes for sale have also seen a rise.


Population of Strathmore

            The town of Strathmore has a population of over 13,000 people living in a little over 5,000 private dwelling units. Strathmore is amongst the largest towns in the province. It is eligible for the status of a city.


             As per Alberta’s Municipal Government Act, upon reaching a number of 10,000 residents, a town becomes eligible for a city status.


History of Strathmore

            In 1883, Strathmore town came up as a hamlet for the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) lines. The town was named by the Canadian Pacific Railway after one of its benefactors, namely, Claude Bowes-Lyon, the Earl of Strathmore.


           Queen Elizabeth, the Earl’s granddaughter later passed through the community in the Royal Train in May 1939 as consort to King George VI.


Track laying record by Strathmore

            Strathmore was witness to a track laying record being made when the railroad between Strathmore and Cheadle was built. One mile (1.6 km.) of steel was laid in one hour and at the close of the ten-hour working day, rails running 9 miles (14 km.) upto Cheadle had been laid to make a record in track-laying.


           This was no small achievement at that time.


Development of Strathmore

            Canadian government’s efforts towards developing western Canada led to a rise in the population of Strathmore as it simultaneously also gained importance as a rail supply stop.    The Hamlet of Strathmore was moved 4 miles (6.4 km.) north to the current location by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the year 1905.


           Strathmore’s first school opened in 1908. Due to subdivision of land, the Canadian Pacific Railway’s railroad tracks are no more around. The Town of Strathmore celebrated its centennial in the year 2011.


The Economy of Strathmore           

            As on date, Strathmore town is a growing agricultural community. Interests in oil and gas exploration are also growing at Strathmore. The town is the headquarters of Golden Hills School Division No. 75.


            Strathmore has seen a steady commercial growth in the last few years. Many residents of Strathmore commute daily from the town to Calgary for work. Many franchise restaurants and big-box chain stores have also opened smart outlets at Strathmore.


           This has indeed been seen as a welcome development for the real estate sector where Strathmore real estate listings have seen a jump. Strathmore realtors are a happy lot as enquiries for Strathmore new homes for sale have also seen a rise.


Sports activities

            Strathmore has all along encouraged sportsmen and enthusiasts alike. It has been home to the Strathmore Wheatland Kings of the Heritage Junior “B” league in the past. The Strathmore Venom Junior “B” lacrosse team was founded in 2004 and it won the provincial title in 2010.


           Strathmore was also amongst the hosts for the 2013 Tour of Alberta Pro Cycling Festival. Annual Heritage Day celebrations at Strathmore include the Strathmore Stampede, a popular event.


Education at Strathmore

            As part of the Golden Hills School Division, Strathmore can proudly boast of the undernoted educational institutions:

  • Three elementary schools, namely, Wheatland, Westmount and Brentwood;
  • A junior high school, namely, Crowther Memorial Junior High School;
  • A high school by the name of Strathmore High School;
  • A Catholic School with Kindergarten till grade 6, namely, Sacred Heart Academy and
  • A grade 7 to 12 Catholic School by the name of Holy Cross Collegiate.

            Trinity Christian Academy, a Christian school with Kindergarten to grade 9 is a publicly funded institution which opened at Strathmore in September 2008 at the former Convenant Bible College property, which had to be closed down for reasons like dropping student enrollment and other financial issues.


Strathmore Real Estate

            Strathmore real estate market is flourishing and Strathmore realtors are quite happy with the trends depicted by the Strathmore real estate listings. If you happen to be looking for a home, industrial land or any other property, big or small in Strathmore, then don’t be surprised if the name of Kevin Baldwin emerges as one of  the Best Realtor in Strathmore.


Many years of dedicated hard work in the best interests of his customers has placed Kevin Baldwin on this platform and in this position as a local Realtor at Strathmore. Anyone who is on the lookout for a Strathmore new home for sale or purchase would be wise to get in touch with this Strathmore Realtor.


Kevin’s area of operation

            Kevin Baldwin helps you if you are intending to buy or sell property in Calgary, Airdrie, Strathmore or Chestermere. Kevin specializes in getting you the best price in either case.


          He can also help you with properties listed with other brokerages and with those for sale by owner listings. He provides you a free overview of any real estate market at these locations.


How to reach out to Kevin Baldwin?

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