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Diamond Cove is a very small SE Calgary community that was built up in 1989 as an estate community. It has a population of 609, and is bounded by Anderson Road, Deerfoot Trail, the Bow River, and the community of Queensland.
Access to Deerfoot Trail is very convenient, making downtown only a 17 minute drive away. Bus routes connect the community to the Red Line LRT, as well as the BRT 302 route that stops closeby across the river.
Calgary International Airport is around 25 minutes away to the north, via Deerfoot Trail.
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Diamond Cove Shopping and Amenities
You can shop for your home in Diamond Cove very easily with Southcentre Mall being only minutes away on Anderson Trail, hosting a large varieity of retailers and grocers. For those who like to shop in bulk, Deerfoot Meadows is only a short drive up Deerfoot Trail, giving you access to Costco, Superstore, Ikea and more.
Diamond Cove's secluded location makes you feel far from the rest of the city, while still being very well connected. On the eastern edge of the community is the Bow River, which gives residents direct access to the Bow River Pathway system. Fish Creek Provinical Park is only a short bike ride away.