Avalon Saskatoon Homes for Sale

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For sale $145,000
11 605 Wilson CRES, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

11 605 Wilson Cres

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 735 sqft
For sale $299,900
2424 Kelvin AVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2424 Kelvin Ave

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1083 sqft
For sale $339,800
21 Young CRES, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

21 Young Cres

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1360 sqft
For sale $349,000
2805 Melrose AVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2805 Melrose Ave

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1020 sqft
For sale $349,900
2709 Melrose AVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2709 Melrose Ave

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 832 sqft
For sale $379,900
18 McAskill CRES, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

18 Mcaskill Cres

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1008 sqft
For sale $395,000
18 Harrison CRES, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

18 Harrison Cres

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1425 sqft
For sale $415,000
2402 York AVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2402 York Ave

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

5 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1152 sqft
For sale $450,000
2406 Broadway AVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2406 Broadway Ave

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1120 sqft
For sale $464,000
17 Harrison CRES, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

17 Harrison Cres

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1163 sqft
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Avalon Saskatoon; A brief history

Avalon Saskatoon is a primarily residential neighborhood situated in the south-central area of Saskatoon. It is a Saskatoon neighborhood  composed mainly of low-density, detached homes. The location is home to 3,389 residents. The neighborhood median personal income is $90,463.00, a typical home value of $334,746.00 and a home ownership of 78.8%.

Avalon is located within the Nutana Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by Ruth Street to the north, Circle Drive to the south, Idylwyld Drive to west, and Clarence Avenue to the east.

The majority of the land for the neighbourhood was annexed by the city in between 1910 and 1919, with the continuing to be southern piece annexed in between 1960 and 1969. A 1913 map shows that the present-day Avalon area overlaps three registered subdivisions of the day: Avalon in the northwest, Pacific Addition in the east as well as railway stockyards in the south. Residential construction, nonetheless, did not start in earnest until after the second world war.

The design of the streets reflects the city planning ideologies of the day as the area was established. The north part of the neighbourhood adheres to a traditional grid pattern. By the 1950s, the style of household neighbourhoods made use of a modern-day system of curving residential streets, feeding right into collection agency roadways that connected to arterial roads. Thus, the southerly part of the area follows this layout practice.

John Lake School was opened in 1958 and Georges Vanier School was opened that same year, and also refurbished in 1963.

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