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Mission, Calgary Listing #: A1107210

1 Bed
1 Bath
563 Sqft
1940 Built
$377.00 mnt. fees

11, 330 – 19 Avenue SW - The Athlone Is The Pre-Eminent Example Of An Art Moderne Apartment Building In Calgary And Exhibits Some Of The Finest Characteristics Of This Rare Architectural Style In The City. The Athlone Features A Sleek, Clean Appearance With Crisp Lines And A Horizontal Emphasis. With Only 46 Historic Apartments. Previously Home To Significant Tenants Such As Captain Fred McCall, A World War I Flying Ace, Aviation Pioneer, Founder Of The Calgary Flying Club, Pilot, And Namesake Of McCall Field, The Official Name Of The Calgary International Airport. McCall And His Wife Geraldine Moved Into The Athlone From Their Home At 1424 Premier Way In 1942. Geraldine Remained After Her Husband's Death In 1949. Another Well-Known Widow To Live At The Athlone Was Rose Reader, Widow Of William Reader, The Superintendent Of Calgary Parks From 1913 To 1942. Another Notable Tenant Was Local Children's Author Louise Riley. Riley First Appears In The Athlone In 1950, Soon After She Became Assistant Librarian For The Calgary Public Library. The Athlone Was Also Home To S.R. Standen, Manager Of Standen Auto Springs, A Local Landmark. Now Is Your Opportunity To Become An Owner In This Historical Building In Cliff Bungalow/Mission. Condo Fees Are $377/Month And Include Everything Except For (Cable/Internet). Pet Friendly Cats And Dogs Allowed.
Features: Garden

Site Influences
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  • Schools Nearby
  • Playground
  • Pool
  • Shopping Nearby

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