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Haultain Saskatoon

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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Haultain Real Estate

Average Price $435K
Lowest Price $105K
Highest Price $630K
Total Listings 16
Avg. Days On Market 34
Avg. Price/SQFT $353

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Infill Lots & Houses for Sale Haultain Saskatoon

Haultain neighbourhood

Located in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Haultain is a residential neighbourhood that is home to 2,979* residents.  One park, one schools, and small commercial businesses service the residents of this community.

Demographics

The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area, with an median personal income of $39,110* and an average dwelling value of $352,095*.  Home ownership rate is 69.6%* in this area.

Haultain Neighbourhood Amenities

The northern border of Haultain includes part of the 8th Street business district. There are also businesses located along Broadway Avenue at Taylor Street. In addition, there are 52 home-based businesses in the neighbourhood. 

Haultain Schools

There is only one elementary school in Haultain - L'École Canadienne-Française - which is a Francophone elementary school, part of the Conseil des Écoles Fransaskoises (Fransaskois School Division). There is one high school, Aden Bowman Collegiate.

Parks and Recreation

The single city park in Haultain is W.W. Ashley Park and is located between Lansdowne Avenue and Albert Avenue on Taylor Street. This is the same location where Lathey Pool and J.S. Wood branch of the Saskatoon Public Library is also situated.


 

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