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Rosewood Saskatoon

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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Rosewood Real Estate

Average Price $629K
Lowest Price $190K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 43
Avg. Days On Market 46
Avg. Price/SQFT $349

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Rosewood Neighbourhood

Located in south east Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in the Lakewood Suburban Development Area, Rosewood is a neighbourhood currently under development.

Rosewood Community Amenities

Rosewood was constructed with a village square concept with businesses, parks and multi-family dwellings planned for the centre of the neighbourhood. Residents can enjoy grocery shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, gas stations and boutiques all within their community as well as quick access to Costco, Landmark Cinemas and Wilson’s Lifestyle Centre.

The nearest branch of the Saskatoon Public Library is the Cliff Wright Branch located in the Lakewood Civic Centre on McKercher Drive.

Elementary Schools in Rosewood Saskatoon

There are two schools in Rosewood built as a joint use public/separate school facility: St. Therese of Lisieux for the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Board, and Colette Bourgonje Elementary for the Saskatoon Public School Division.

Parks and Recreation

Adams Park and Swick Park are under construction for Rosewood Community and there are three additional parks slated for future construction: Bitz Park, Mackay Park and Struthers Park. Residents can also enjoy quick access to Hyde Park Dog Park via Boychuck Drive

The current drawings show a core neighbourhood park at the center of the neighbourhood adjacent to the school and mixed-use "village square" sites. Linear parks link to two neighbourhood parks closer to the east and west peripheries, and two small "pocket" parks in the northeast part of the neighbourhood.

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