Homes for Sale in Eastview

Eastview is mostly a 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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Eastview Real Estate

Average Price $389K
Lowest Price $170K
Highest Price $470K
Total Listings 5
Avg. Days On Market 18
Avg. Price/SQFT $347

Property Types (active listings)

Homes for Sale in Eastview

Located in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Eastview is a residential neighbourhood that is home to 3,936* residents.  Three parks, three schools, and a shopping center strip mall service the residents of this community.

Demographics

The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area, with an median personal income of $37,890 an average dwelling value of $348,155* and a home ownership rate of 68.8%.*

Neighbourhood Amenities

There is limited commercial development in Eastview, with Eastview Shopping Centre, on Arlington Avenue.  There are 58 home-based businesses in the neighbourhood.
The nearest public library serving Eastview is the Cliff Wright branch of the Saskatoon Public Library, which is located at the Lakewood Civic Centre on McKercher Drive.

Schools in Eastview

There are three schools in Eastview.   Alvin Buckwold School is a public elementary school belonging to the Saskatoon Public School Division.  A public special education school - John Dolan School - is also a part of the Saskatoon Public School Division.
Additionally, a separate Catholic elementary school named Pope John Paul II School (part of the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division) is located in the Eastview neighbourhood.

Parks and Recreation

Three city parks can be found throughout the Eastview neighbourhood: A.S. Wright Park, James Anderson Park, and Kistakin Park.
The Eastview Community Association operates indoor and outdoor programs out of Alvin Buckwold, and St. Thomas Schools, maintains the community rink and coordinates sports programs for children/youth


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