Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is undeniably one of the best places to live in Canada. This vibrant urban center encapsulates both, small town hospitality and big city amenities. Situated on the picturesque banks of the South Saskatchewan River, the city of Saskatoon is home to approximately 254,000 residents and over 300 acres of gorgeous riverbank parks. This cosmopolitan city is proud of its multicultural heritage as it sits nestled in the heart of the Canadian Prairies. Known for its safety, hospitality, and affordability, Saskatoon is a great place to call home.
In addition to the wonderful features mentioned above, Saskatoon also boasts four distinct seasons and more sunshine each year than any other city in Canada. Connected to other large cities via Highways 11 and 16, Saskatoon makes travel, and life in general, easy for its residents. Saskatoon is home to over sixty different neighborhoods and subdivisions which are divided into distinct areas in the city. One of the most popular areas is the east side. The east side of Saskatoon is considered one of the most expensive in the city and as a whole, is one of the newest. Development in the east side is ongoing with new real estate options and new amenities being added regularly.
Within the east side of Saskatoon you’ll find the neighborhood of Arbor Creek. Arbor Creek, a subdivision of the University Heights Suburban Development Area, is home to around 4,500 residents. Briarwood is another popular east side community. Home to around 1,700 people, Briarwood is in close proximity to the Lakewood Civic Centre, the Lakewood Indoor Tennis Centre and the Wildwood Golf Course. The East College Park neighborhood affords residents easy access to the University of Saskatchewan and has diverse real estate options including low-rise condos, semi-detached and single family homes. The average listing price for a condo in East College Park is $161,500, the average listing price for semi-detached home is $378,600, and the average listing price for single family home is $335,700.
Other east side neighborhoods include Erindale, Evergreen, Forest Grove, Lakeridge, Lakewood and Lakeview. Lakeview is home to around 7,600 residents and is one of the largest neighborhoods in Saskatoon. Encircling the picturesque manmade lake set in Lakeview Park, this neighborhood has diverse real estate options as well. Similar to other east side communities, the average listing price for a condo in Lakeview is $184,100. The average listing price for a semi-detached home is around $293,100 and the average listing price for single family home in Lakeview is $397,000. Rosewood, Silverspring, Sutherland, University Heights, West College Park, Wildwood and Willowgrove are also found in the east side of Saskatoon.
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