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Calgary's priciest properties: 9 of 10 found in city's southwest

Despite the economic downturn, Calgary continues to have some pricey properties — with the top 10 ranging from $6.2 million all the way up to $18.2 million — and the majority of those properties are in the southwest quadrant of the city.

Ranges from $6.2M to $18.2M after small dip in most assessments

The most expensive single-family properties in Calgary by 2017 assessments range from $6.2 million to $18.2 million. (Google Maps)

Despite the economic downturn, Calgary continues to have some pricey properties — with the top 10 ranging from $6.2 million all the way up to $18.2 million — and the majority of those properties are in the southwest quadrant of the city.

Most of the assessed property values for single-family homes dipped roughly four per cent from 2016 to 2017, but the largest drop in value is nine per cent, and one property alone actually went up by a whopping 26 per cent.

Here are the 10 priciest properties arranged from highest to lowest for 2017 according to Calgary residential assessments, along with the change in assessments from 2016.

1. Pump Hill S.W.: $18,180,000 (a decrease of four per cent)

(Google Maps)

2. Aspen Woods S.W.: $9,990,000 (a decrease of four per cent)

(Google Maps)

3. Crescent Heights N.W.: $9,750,000 (a decrease of four per cent)

(Google Maps)

4. Aspen Woods S.W.: $8,530,000 (an increase of 26 per cent)

(Google Maps)

5. Upper Mount Royal S.W.: $7,710,000 (a decrease of three per cent)

(Google Maps)

6. Elbow Park S.W.: $7,250,000 (a decrease of seven per cent)

(Google Maps)

7. Britannia S.W.: $6,490,000 (a decrease of nine per cent)

(Google Maps)

8. Upper Mount Royal S.W.: $6,480,000 (a decrease of six per cent)

(Google Maps)

9. Upper Mount Royal S.W.: $6,280,000 (a decrease of four per cent)

(Google Maps)

10. Elbow Park S.W.: $6,240,000 (a decrease of six per cent)

(Google Maps)

With files from Scott Dippel