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Silverspring Saskatoon

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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Canada Geese at the Saskatoon Zoo

Silverspring Real Estate

Average Price $561K
Lowest Price $205K
Highest Price $920K
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 18
Avg. Price/SQFT $354

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Silverspring neighbourhood

Silverspring is a residential neighbourhood located in the Suburban Development Area of University Heights. It is a community nestled in the north end of Saskatoon close to parks, Saskatoon Forestry Farm and Zoo and the Sutherland Dog Park.


Silverspring has seen steady growth over the past few years having reached a current population of 5352 residents (2017 census report and homeownership at 97.7%. The neighbourhood is considered a high income area, with an average family income of $107,158* and an average dwelling value of $410,730*.  

Neighbourhood Amenities

Residents of Silverspring are connected to community engagement through the support of the Silverspring Community Association which maintains the community skating rink, organizes sports teams, activities and community events. The nearest public library is the Alice Turner Branch. Silverspring is located next to the University Heights Suburban Centre with loads of shopping and professional businesses. There are 111 home-based businesses in the neighbourhood.

Schools in Silverspring

There are two elementary schools in Silverspring, Mother Theresa Catholic school and Silverspring public school. There are two high schools, Bishop James Mahoney Catholic School and Marion Graham Collegiate.

Parks and Recreation

Silverspring has four parks for residents of the community to enjoy. Christine Morris Park is framed by crescents a short distance from the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo. It has lovely walking trails and play structure for children. Dave King Park is nestled amongst crescents making it the perfect neighbourhood hang out for children in the area. Silverspring Linear Park is a scenic promenade through to Silversrping Park and the Saskatoon Natural Grasslands, a sprawling 34 acres of fescue grassland containing an impressive ecosystem of plants, birds, animals and insects that have evolved over 10,000 years.

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Saskatoon at dusk by the river

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