Mayfair Saskatoon Detached Homes for Sale
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Mayfair Saskatoon; A brief history
A neighbourhood in the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Mayfair started out as a community outside of the villages of Riversdale, Nutana and Saskatoon and appears as its own place name on a map of 1907. In 1909 there were 60 residences built in Mayfair, and in 1911, the City of Saskatoon had grown large enough to encompass Mayfair.
Homeownership amongst the residents is at 68.2%. According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $228,367.
Mayfair was originally developed in the late 1800s-early 1900s as a separate community known as Mayfair Addition, with its own street naming. By 1912 the community had been annexed into the city, however its original street names continued to be in use for several years:
33rd Street East was previously named “Albert” (although it was also known at the same time as 33rd Street) 34th Street East was previously named “James” 35th Street East was previously named “Charles” 36th Street East was previously named “Lily” 37th Street East was previously named “Frisco”  en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA license