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.
Sutherland Houses for Sale
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Sutherland Houses for Sale
Located in east side Saskatoon, Sutherland is a blend of single-family dwellings and multi-unit dwellings with the cost of housing below the average house price making this a great neighbourhood for first time home owners. The area is also home to roughly 500 students attending post-secondary education institutions.
About Sutherland Community
Sutherland Community has an extensive interesting history in its early beginnings. In 1912 it had reached a population of 1000 people qualifying for status as a town. It later was annexed by the City of Saskatoon in 1956. The historical home of James Powe, whose family settled in the area from Ontario in 1884, still stands on the corner of Central Avenue and 115th Street.
Sutherland developed as an independent village and later a town so the neighbourhood is a blend of residential and commercial development. Residents of Sutherland have access to the business district in Sutherland along Central Avenue and Gray Avenue, the majority of which are actually part of the Sutherland Industrial Area. Quick access to Attridge Drive will take residents of Sutherland Community to the big box complex of Preston Crossing where there is a Sobey’s, Canadian Tire, Co-op Gas Station, Old Navy, and more. Located in Sutherland Industrial Area is the popular Flynn's Forest which is a family favourite for little ones to enjoy indoor park play with seating for parents and coffee, food and snacks for everyone.
The nearest branch of the Saskatoon Public Library is the Alice Turner Branch located on Nelson Road in University Heights.
There are two schools in Sutherland Community: Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School for the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Board, and Sutherland School for the Saskatoon Public School Division. The nearest high schools are Centennial Collegiate and St. Joseph High School. The University of Saskatchewan is located immediately west of Sutherland.
Parks and Recreation
There are 8 parks in Sutherland for residents to enjoy and an active community association - Sutherland-Forest Grove Community Association which organizes sports programming, activities and events. Residents of Sutherland neighbourhood can also enjoy outdoor play at the many parks, and the ACT Arena which is a city-owned indoor ice rink with hockey, ringette, figure skating, speed skating, public skate time and Learn-to-Skate programs.
The parks are: HIlliard Gardner Park, C.F. Patterson Park, Kopko Park, Anna McIntosh Park, C.F. Patterson Park North, Father Basil Markle Park, Herbert Stewart Park and Sutherland Park. Residents can also enjoy the Sutherland Dog Park.
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