Tree-lined streets and a lot of green spaces--these are common pictures within Coach Hill. It's such a green and peaceful place to live in. It's accessible, too.
Coach Hill is bordered by the Old Banff Coach Road to the north, Bow Trail to the south, Sarcee Trail to the east, and 69 Street to the west. It was annexed to Calgary in 1956 and established as a neighbourhood in 1979. The neighbourhood actually got its name from the Old Banff Coach Road, which is also known as Highway 563.
Coach Hill has an elevation of 1,215 meters. It allows residents to enjoy the view that Calgary has to offer. But it's also in close proximity to everything that a family needs--shopping centres, restaurants, and many service stores.