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1034 Louise AVENUE, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1034 Louise Avenue

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1622 sqft
For sale $239,900
209 1700 Main STREET, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

209 1700 Main Street

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1060 sqft
For sale $550,000
509 Lake CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

509 Lake Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1718 sqft
For sale $899,900
314 Garrison CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

314 Garrison Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

5 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2283 sqft
For sale $1,800,000
205 Copland CRESCENT, saskatoon, Saskatchewan

205 Copland Crescent

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 3577 sqft
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Grosvenor Park Saskatoon; A brief history

Grosvenor Park is a mostly residential neighbourhood located in east-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a suburban subdivision, composed of a near-even mix of low-density, single detached dwellings and apartment-style units. As of 2006, the area is home to 1,645 residents. The neighbourhood is considered an upper-income area, with an average family income of $67,544, an average dwelling value of $329,988 and a home ownership rate of 44.8%.[1] According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $493,174.[2]

The land for the Grosvenor Park neighbourhood was annexed by the city between 1910 and 1919.[3] According to a 1913 map of registered subdivisions, the neighbourhood was originally split in two sections called University View and Alexandra Park.[4] By the 1950s, the design of residential neighbourhoods departed from the previous grid system of roadways. A more modern system of curving residential streets, feeding into collector roads that connected to arterial roads was implemented, and the size of the development was based upon the drawing area of an elementary school. The philosophy was to create smaller, more aesthetically pleasing neighbourhoods with fewer intersections and more controlled traffic flow. Grosvenor Park was the first such neighbourhood designed with this idea in mind.[5] The majority of home construction took place between 1946 and 1970, and was generally completed by 1980.[1] en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA license