Avalon Saskatoon Homes for Sale
6 605 Wilson Cres
Located one block from Broadway Ave on Wilson Crescent in the Avalon area of Saskatoon, this great condo is ideally situated just minutes from Stonebridge and the Broadway area, an elementary school, and parks. Going to University? - its a short 10-minute drive away. Bus service is just steps away. The hardwood floors in the main area have been refinished and a bath fitter tub and surround has been installed in the bathroom. For those that crave the sunlight, this unit has a large, south facing picture window that lets in lots of natural light. Imagine having breakfast or lunch in the dining area while soaking up the light! The principal bedroom has plenty of room and the second bedroom is suitable for either a childs bedroom or an office. Storage and shared laundry are located in the basement. The galley kitchen has an eating counter installed near the windows for those quick snacks or coffee times or serves as a buffet counter when you are entertaining. This condo comes with one parking spot to the rear of the building and for your visitors there is readily available street parking. (id:44579)
2434 William Ave
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION! Investors alert! This is your perfect opportunity to own a well located home on a large lot in Avalon. This home offers over 1114 sqft of living area. Well laid out back yard with a patio. South facing bungalow on a large CORNER LOT bungalow boasts a ton of potential and unique characteristics. Original hardwood runs throughout the main upstairs except in the kitchen and bathroom. Updated siding, windows, doors, shingles and landscaping. The house was completely gutted from all of its original layout and is now framed with an open concept. The main floor offers a spacious living room with natural light that opens up to the kitchen. The main floor has potential for either 2-3 bedrooms and 1-2 bathrooms. The basement big enough for 2 bedrooms, a laundry room, family room and storage room as well as a very big bathroom. This property is walking distance from many wonderful amenities, bus stop, schools and is just off of Broadway. Don't miss out on this home, will not last long. This house comes with some building materials inside. Please call for appointment. (id:44579)
38 Harrison Cres
Located in a quiet crescent near elementary schools, parks, and dog park. This home features three bedrooms on the main floor, a large living room & dining room. The attached dining and living room areas are complemented with large windows allowing plenty of sunlight on the north and south sides. The kitchen has updated light fixtures with contemporary styled cupboards and drawers. The basement has two favourably sized bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room. All basement renovations were recently done. The yard is spacious, fully landscaped and has lots of mature greenery. There is a patio area with brick accents that make an ideal spot for summertime BBQ grilling! (id:44579)
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.