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Greystone Heights Saskatoon Homes for Sale

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2 208 Lindsay PLACE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 208 Lindsay Place

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 811 sqft
For sale $199,900
204 918 Argyle AVENUE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

204 918 Argyle Avenue

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1080 sqft
For sale $259,900
324 2710 Main STREET, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

324 2710 Main Street

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 877 sqft
For sale $349,900
20 Oliver CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

20 Oliver Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

5 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1040 sqft
For sale $379,900
15 Fraser CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

15 Fraser Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1064 sqft
For sale $399,900
22 Lindsay DRIVE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

22 Lindsay Drive

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

5 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1040 sqft
For sale $415,000
13 Weir CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

13 Weir Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 1310 sqft
For sale $449,900
8 Ling STREET, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

8 Ling Street

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

5 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1142 sqft
For sale $529,900
407 Preston AVENUE S, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

407 Preston Avenue S

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

8 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1940 sqft
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Greystone Heights Saskatoon; A brief history

Greystone Heights is a mostly residential neighbourhood located in east-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a suburban subdivision, consisting mostly of low-density, single detached dwellings and a sizeable minority of apartment-style multiple-unit dwellings. As of 2007, the area is home to 2,525 residents. The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area, with an average family income of $58,811, an average dwelling value of $241,850 and a home ownership rate of 58.1%.[1]

According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $338,763.[2] The majority of home construction took place between 1961 and 1970, and was generally completed by 1980. The street names are mainly those of Canadian universities and professors.[1] en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA license