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Saskatoon Neighbourhoods & Nearby Cities

 

Adelaide/Churchill

Adelaide/Churchill is an established neighbourhood of homes built between the 1950s and 1970s. The community has wonderful crescents full of curving streets as well as grid line streets. Large trees line the streets with bungalow style homes and many homes have large backyards perfect for families. The mostly residential community of Adelaide Park/Churchill has two schools, a few large parks and a small shopping centre including a grocery store. There is quick access from Clarence Avenue to the
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Arbor Creek

Arbor Creek had its early beginnings as a part of Erindale and later separated from Erindale Community to form Arbor Creek with the majority of homes being built between 1996 and 2006. There are almost 5000 residents in Arbor Creek with a median income of $99,641 and homeownership at 92.5%.
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Aspen Ridge

Aspen Ridge is a neighbourhood built on the pillars of community cohesion and engagement. It was designed to encompass a village square with homes and parks to foster conversation and relationship building between community members. It also offers convenience and close proximity to grocery shopping, gas, restaurants, coffee shops and shopping. For nature lovers it offers extensive green space surrounding the Northeast Swale, a native grasslands ecosystem unique to Saskatoon.
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Avalon

Avalon is a residential community in the East Central side of Saskatoon featuring bungalow style homes between 1940 and 1970. Additional construction took place in the 1990s with a few new home builds. Avalon is home to two schools, a grid line pattern of homes as well as the adoption of curving crescents. There is a very small shopping centre with a pub, pharmacy, a quaint little yarn shop and a few fast food options. Find Avalon Houses for Sale with Bird Realty.
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Blairmore

Blairmore Community is a fully developed area located on the west side of Saskatoon. It has newer homes, extensive green space and approximately 315,000 sq feet of commercial development. Working professionals have quick access to the Central Business District downtown or Circle Drive South and North for commutes to nearby areas. Families can work, go to school and play within the neighbourhood and all that it has to offer.
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Brevoort Park

Brevoort Park is a primarily residential neighbourhood in the southeast part of Saskatoon. Most of the homes were built between 1961 and 1970, half of which are single detached homes with the rest comprised of duplex or apartment-style multiple dwelling buildings. There are two elementary schools, a Catholic and a public school. Brevoort Park Community Association offers fitness, recreation and leisure programs to residents of the neighbourhood.
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Briarwood

Briarwood is a vision of a quiet suburban getaway amidst urban living. With the beautiful man-made Briarwood Lake creating a picturesque beach scape around the water it is not uncommon to see kayaks and canoes out on a Sunday afternoon in the summer and residents enjoying a skate in the winter as the water is transformed into a skating rink. Large homes define the landscape in this neighbourhood, making it a wonderful place to call home.
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Brighton

Brighton Community is a unique development that began construction in 2016. An urban village, it is located on the East side of Saskatoon with a theme of conservation through energy efficient homes, nature and preservation of beauty. Abundant green space and modern architecture encompass the landscape with an estimated 6400 homes, 250,000 sq feet of retail space for businesses, and parks every 400 meters.
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Buena Vista

If Saskatoon is the Paris of the Prairies then Buena Vista is the charming hamlet within. Located centrally in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Buena Vista is home to 3,353* residents. A quaint older area of Saskatoon, beautiful character homes up to 100 years old adorn the streets, which are covered with a canopy of large old trees.
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Central Business District

The Central Business District is Saskatoon’s bustling neighbourhood of downtown living and business development. If you love the thriving energy of your neighbourhood streets lined with coffee shops, restaurants, shopping, gorgeous Meewasin, skating rink, river, trails and nightlife then this community is for you.
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City Park

City Park is a blend of residential and commercial development with large character homes on tree-lined streets, bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants, City Hospital and several parks along the beautiful Spadina Crescent. A short walk to the University Bridge makes this an ideal place to call home for those who like to commute by biking or walking or would like quick access to both the North and East Sides of the city.
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Confederation Park

Confederation Park is considered a middle income community with the majority of homes built between 1970 and 2000 with some additional development into the 2000s. Most of the homes have a traditional bungalow style found throughout several neighbourhoods in Saskatoon. There are two elementary schools and two high Residents of Confederation Park have a large shopping centre Confederation Mall, as well as many restaurants, cafes and gyms to take advantage of.
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Corman Park

The RM of Corman Park is a sprawling wealthy community surrounding Saskatoon making Corman Park real estate a great choice. Many of the residents own commercial farms making home life and agri-business important components of the local culture. Corman Park is comprised of gorgeous homes and sprawling land making this an ideal place to call home. Close to Saskatoon, you have the best of both worlds living in the quiet of the country and a quick drive to Saskatoon.
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Dalmeny

Looking for a quiet community to put down roots but still have the convenience of city life minutes away? Homes for sale in Dalmeny can give you that lifestyle. Dalmeny has grown to a population of over 1000 people as it has become a bedroom community to Saskatoon with a short 12 minute commute to the city. Residents can enjoy small town home life and still work in Saskatoon. Spend some time visiting Dalmeny to learn more about this quiet country getaway and the opportunities for you.
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Dundonald

Dundonald neighbourhood is considered a middle income community with approximately 80% home ownership. The majority of homes were built in the years following 1979 with quick access to major streets highways. Dundonald has a considerably large population, even larger than many small towns in Saskatchewan. Residents of Dundonald can enjoy close proximity to the large Shaw Centre which offers many leisure activities, sports, gym access, fitness equipment and competitive and family swimming pools.
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Dundurn

An established town with endless possibilities, Dundurn is located 20 minutes south of Saskatoon and adjacent to Blackstrap Provincial Park. This community offers residents the close convenience of Saskatoon to commute for work and play, an established community with opportunities to grow a career, and the luxury of lake life just minutes away every weekend. For work, family and fun Dundurn offers you the perfect blend of each to find your forever home and build a life here.
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East College Park

East College Park (also known as College Park East) is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area and had peak home construction from 1971 to 1980. Streets are named after Canadian universities and professors. East College Park has some commercial development on Boychuk Drive and Laurentian Drive with a strip mall there, a convenience store and car wash on 8th Street and McKercher Drive. There are 55 home-based businesses in the area.
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Eastview

Eastview is mostly residential neighbourhood with the majority of homes built between 1961 and 1970. Eastview neighbourhood had a unique naming convention that gave all of its streets a name including the word “East” in them due to the original construction of the community that gave all homes a stunning east view as there was no construction beyond the eastern border of the neighbourhood. There is a small shopping centre in the neighbourhood and quick access to Stonebridge shopping centre.
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Erindale

Erindale is considered a high income area, has a current population of over 4,000 residents with a median personal income of $48,790* and homeownership is at 96.4%. Roadways were named in honour of local artists. Erindale is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. The majority of homes were built between 1981 and 2000 and there are over 80 home based businesses operating in Erindale.
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Evergreen

Evergreen is a residential neighbourhood located in the Suburban Development Area of University Heights. Homes for sale in Evergreen Saskatoon are surrounded by parks and vast green space with the Forestry Farm Park & Zoo to the west, agricultural land to the east and south and the Northeast Swale to the north.
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Exhibition

Exhibition community is abundant with character and charm. With the unique architectural details found in the war time homes on streets lined with large trees this neighbourhood is a quaint reminder of the past. Located alongside the riverbanks of the South Saskatchewan river there are walking trails, water sport opportunities, park play and bbq pits to gather with friends and family. Lorne Avenue provides quick access to the main arterial routes of the city.
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Fairhaven

Fairhaven community is located in the west side of Saskatoon and considered a middle income neighbourhood with 56% homeownership. The majority of homes were between the mid-1970s and 1985 although some development later occurred in 2010. Fairhaven has two schools, one Catholic and one public that share a large park between them. Residents have several shopping options with quick access to Confederation Mall and fitness options at the Cosmo Civic Centre.
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Forest Grove

Forest Grove is considered a middle income area, has a current population of almost 6,000 residents with a median personal income of $39,260* and homeownership is at 61.8%. Forest Grove is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. The majority of homes were built between 1961 and 1990. There are almost 100 home based business in Forest Grove.
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Greystone Heights

Greystone Heights is a middle income area and is composed of single family homes and apartments. The majority of homes were built between 1961 and 1970, and completed by 1980. This community is home to Greystone Heights School which offers a program for academically gifted students in grades 5-8. Greystone Heights has a strong community association which promotes a participation within the community through sports and leisure programming making this a great place to raise a family.
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Grosvenor Park

Grosvenor Park is a residential neighbourhood and considered to be an upper-income area. It was the first community in Saskatoon designed to be smaller and more aesthetically appealing with less traffic and fewer intersections. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1970 on curving residential streets that were considered to be more modern at the time. Grosvenor Park shares the programming with the Varsity View Community Association which organizes events for both communities.
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Hampton Village

Houses for sale in Hampton Village are part of a thriving neighbourhood with a little over 8,000 residents. Designed after a village concept with the residential areas developed around a central commercial district, it has a skating rink, a community garden, and two new elementary schools. Al Anderson park has a splash pad, a hill for tobogganing, a ball diamond, a soccer field, walking trails and the skating rink. There is also a dog park for the furry members of your family.
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Haultain

Haultain is one of the landmark historical neighbourhoods that transcended the challenges of home life before plumbing, with outhouses and water delivery. Monday morning baths offered at the local school gave parents relief from the pressure of purchasing water to bathe. Haultain progressed through the decades to become a desirable neighbourhood with a blend of classic bungalows and stylish new infills. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1960.Find houses for sale in Haultain.
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Holliston

Holliston community is a blend of single family detached homes, duplexes and apartments. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1970. A seasonal perk of Holliston neighbourhood is the popular George Ward public swimming pool that opens for the summer offering up sunshine, popsicles and water fun. The Holliston Community Association provides sports programming for children and youth as well as fitness and leisure programs for all ages. Holliston is close to 8th St. business district.
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Kelsey-Woodlawn

Kelsey-Woodlawn is a smaller neighbourhood comprised of mostly pre World War II homes built with character,style accents, as well as newer homes. Residents have quick access to Idylwyld and Warman Road for shopping either in the downtown shopping district or The Mall at Lawson Heights with a large grocery store and other amenities. This area is great for students attending Sask Polytech and almost half of the residents are renters in this neighbourhood.
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Kensington

Kensington is a neighbourhood that began construction in 2013 and is expected to complete development in 2028. There are no schools directly in Kensington although elementary school options are in adjacent Pacific Heights and Confederation Park, with high schools in Blairmore. Residents have shopping amenities in Blairmore as well as the large Shaw Centre for recreation activities and programming.
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Lakeridge

Lakeridge is considered a high income area, has a current population of just over 4,000 residents with a median personal income of $52,190* and homeownership is at 97.9%. Lakeridge is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area. The majority of homes were built between 1981 and 1985. There are over 80 home based business in Lakeridge community.
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Lakeview

Lakeview is considered a high income area, has a current population of just under 8,000 residents with a median personal income of $52,190* and homeownership is at 68.5%. Lakeview is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area. The majority of homes were built between 1981 and 1985. There are almost 200 home based business in the Lakeview community. The streets in Lakeview community are named after Saskatchewan lakes.
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Lakewood S.C.

Lakewood Suburban Centre (S.C.) is considered a middle income area, has a current population of just over 2,000 residents with a median personal income of $40,380* and homeownership is at 58.5%. Lakewood is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area. Residential construction began in 2003 and are apartment style condominiums and townhouses making this an affordable area for first time home owners. This are is a blend of residential and commercial properties.
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Langham

Langham is a growing city in Saskatchewan located just 20 minutes from Saskatoon. It has become a popular destination for young families and working professionals who are drawn to the safety and community that small cities have to offer as well as the close commute to Saskatoon. Langham is proud to offer recreation, arts, cultural and social programming, affordable housing, and a great community to raise a family. Langham has a population of over 1500 with a median age of 36.
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Lawson Heights

Lawson Heights is an area of Saskatoon set apart from the bustle of city living comprised of crescents named after Saskatchewan lakes. It is primarily residential with a large commercial development of The Mall at Lawson Heights, grocery store, restaurants, and coffee shops.
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Martensville

Martensville has a quaint history to match its charming city. In 1939 the land was purchased by Dave Martens who later sold parts of it to people eager to leave city life and move away from Saskatoon. The small community of Martensville continued to grow, earning itself a reputation of a place to call home. Martensville has seen steady growth over the years and has become an ideal community to place roots and find a forever home. It is conveniently close to Saskatoon 8 kilometers away.
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Massey Place

Over 3,000 residents live in the community of Massey Place, a neighbourhood located on the west side of Saskatoon. Massey Place has 67% homeownership and the majority of homes are single family dwellings. The neighbourhood is considered a low to middle income community with the majority of homes were built between 1960 and 1990. Residents have access to leisure activities and programming at Cosmo Civic Centre.
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Montgomery Place

Montgomery Place is a beautiful community which was originally built for veterans outside of Saskatoon. This gorgeous area paints a picture of a small town community with a forest like aesthetic of large old trees lining each street, spacious lots and has been designated a National Historic Site. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1977 and the size of the lots is being preserved by a community law that no lots can be subdivided.
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North Park

North Park is a smaller neighbourhood comprised of mostly older homes, some with character style accents, as well as newer infills. Residents have quick access to Meewasin Valley for outdoor activities, a scenic commute along Spadina Crescent to the north end and downtown, as well as access to Warman Road for shopping either in the downtown shopping district or The Mall at Lawson Heights with a large grocery store and other amenities.
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Nutana

Nutana truly is the heart and soul of Saskatoon as it started out as the very first settlement in 1883 shortly followed by the settlement of Saskatoon later that year. In 1906, Nutana, Riversdale and the town of Saskatoon merged to become the city of Saskatoon. The majority of homes in Nutana were built in the early 1900s with interesting and beautiful character homes dotting the pretty tree-lined streets. Nutana has a vibrant business district, French school and longstanding Broadway Theatre.
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Nutana Park

Nutana Park, often called South Nutana Park, and is home to the only Francophone high school in Saskatoon. There are two large parks in the neighbourhood often used for community association sports practices and games. Nutana Park is a blend of single-family detached homes with some semi-detached and apartment units. The majority of homes were built between 1961 and 1970 featuring bungalow style homes and larger backyards. Nutana Park has an active community association with ongoing events.

Nutana Suburban Centre

Nutana Suburban Centre, known as Nutana S.C.,is a community housing a combination of businesses and residential living. The neighbourhood is a gathering place amongst assisted living homes for our golden age citizens who can be seen strolling the streets, quick to smile and chat. It is here where the bustle of city life and mall shopping meet afternoon walks and stories over tea. If you are looking for an affordable housing option for yourself or loved one this is a lovely community to live in.
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Osler

“Life is beautiful under the Osler sky”, the simple statement of beauty when you choose to lay down roots in Osler. Osler is a picturesque town located a short distance north of Saskatoon providing residents with some truly impeccable houses to call home. Residents enjoy the security of a volunteer fire department, educational opportunities for their children with two schools, a grocery store and a gas station right within their community.
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Pacific Heights

Pacific Heights is considered a low to middle income neighbourhood located on the west side of Saskatoon. The majority of homes were built in the 1970s with construction between 1960 and 1980, and currently Pacific Heights community has 76% homeownership. Residents can access both Confederation Suburban Centre and Blairmore Suburban Centre for shopping, restaurants, coffee shops and bakeries.
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Parkridge

Parkridge is considered a middle income neighbourhood with 75% homeownership. It is located on the west side of Saskatoon and home construction began in the 1980s with some development occurring in the 2000s. There are two elementary schools in Parkridge, as well as two high schools in the neighbouring community of Blairmore. Residents can take advantage of two major shopping centres in either Confederation Park or Blairmore.
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Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth is a quiet community with the first builds rooted in the historical quaint 1909 brick homes affectionately named the Three Sisters, large homes built beside each other in anticipation of a housing boom. The third home was later demolished and replaced with a fire station. These two iconic homes are still there today at York and Taylor, nestled within the heart of Queen Elizabeth. Home construction resumed in 1953 and now there are bungalow style family homes and new infills.
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Richmond Heights

Richmond Heights is a smaller community with the majority of homes built between 1961 and 1980.
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River Heights

River Heights was primarily developed in the 1960s to 1980s with a unique style of architecture from timber frame homes that hint at the charm of German architecture to sprawling bungalows with ample space for growing families. Many of the older homes have wood burning fireplaces adding cozy warmth to our fierce winter weather. Close to River Heights is the scenic South Saskatchewan river and Meewasin Valley trail offering quick access to walking, hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing.
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Rosewood

Rosewood is considered a high income area, has a current population of roughly 3500 residents with a median personal income of $51,810* and homeownership is at 100%. Rosewood is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area and has had considerable growth from its initial development with 73 residents to 3,512 in 2017 resulting in a 97% growth increase. When Rosewood reaches completion it is estimated to exceed 12,000 residents beyond 2025. Rosewood has 100 home-based businesses.
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Silverspring

Silverspring was primarily developed in the 1980s and 1990s with an abundance of large single dwelling homes, and perfect for those wishing to be close to nature. Framed by several parks, the zoo, natural grasslands and Sutherland Beach, Silverspring is your connection to nature within city living.
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Silverwood Heights

Silverwood Heights is a residential neighbourhood located in the Suburban Development Area of Lawson. It is neighboured by Silverwood Golf Course to the north, Wanuskewin Road to the west and the south Saskatchewan to the south.
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Stonebridge

Stonebridge is a thriving community of families and business professionals with central commercial development providing residents with grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and pubs, coffee shops, bakeries, clothing boutiques, fitness facilities, parks and elementary schools.
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Sutherland

Sutherland is considered a middle income area, has a current population of roughly 3500 residents with a median personal income of $32,900* and homeownership is at 43.6%. Sutherland is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. There are over 100 home-based businesses in the community of Sutherland.
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The Willows

One of the most popular neighbourhoods in Saskatoon, The Willows offers a stunning blend of luxurious homes and an immaculate 36-hole golf course. Residents of The Willows can enjoy their relaxing beautiful neighbourhood surrounded by green space with the gorgeous Willows golf course within.
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University Heights

University Heights Suburban Centre is considered a middle income area, has a current population of just over 1600 residents with a median personal income of $38,330* and homeownership is at 77.9%. University Heights is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. There are under 10 home-based businesses in the community of University Heights. Construction of homes in this area was between 1991 and 2010.
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Varsity View

Varsity View is a diverse neighbourhood of character homes, mid-century modern and new infills. This neighbourhood has a blend of working professionals, families and a high student population given its close proximity to the stunning grounds and buildings of the University of Saskatchewan. The majority of homes were built between 1946 and 1960 with some gorgeous character homes built earlier including the iconic heritage status Bottomley House.
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Warman

Warman has been named the fastest growing city since 2008 with a population of over 11,000, a focus on building community through sports, activities and programs with soccer fields, gyms, playgrounds and ample green space. Warman has a community garden, curb-side recycling, garbage pick up and organic waste collection. With close proximity to Saskatoon, houses for sale in Warman offers an ideal opportunity to live in a smaller city with big city convenience only 14 kilometres away.
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West College Park

West College Park is considered a middle income area, has a current population of almost 6,000 residents with a median personal income of $34,820* and homeownership is at 60.5%. College Park is part of the Lakewood Suburban Development Area. There are under 100 home-based businesses in the community of College Park. The majority of homes in West College Park were built between 1961 and 1980. Many of the streets were named after Canadian universities and professors.
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Westview

Westview is considered a middle income neighbourhood with 82% homeownership. The majority of homes were built in the 1970s and 1980s. There is one public elementary school in the neighbourhood and the nearest Catholic elementary school is in the neighbouring community Massey Place. Students high school commute to Blairmore. Westview has an active community association offering residents leisure activities and programming.
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Wildwood

Wildwood is a residential neighbourhood located in the Suburban Development Area of Lakewood. The early days of Wildwood include the development of the Wildwood Golf Course, Saskatoon’s first golf course. 67% of residents own their home and 40% of the homes were built between 1960 and 1981. 23% of homes are single family dwellings with 74% as multi unit dwellings. Wildwood is a residential community and includes part of the 8th Street Business District.
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Willowgrove

Willowgrove is considered a middle to high income area, has a current population of almost 8,000 residents with a median personal income of $56,020* and homeownership is at 96%. Willowgrove is part of the University Heights Suburban Development Area. There are over 150 home-based businesses in the community of Willowgrove. Residential construction in Willowgrove started in 2004.
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In the past few years Saskatoon has become a diversified city of established long term residents, young families returning to call Saskatchewan home again, and those new to Saskatoon. It is a city vibrant with an entrepreneurial spirit boasting a large number of home grown businesses with a focus on supporting each other locally. Saskatoon’s downtown business community has grown to extend into international business partnerships making our beautiful city a blend of small town charm and large city bustle and a desired place to call home.

Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighbourhoods with homes for sale to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools. We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer. 

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