North West

The north west surrounding area of Saskatoon is very appealing to people as there are many towns and acreages within a 10 – 20 minute drive of the city. One of the biggest benefits of the north west side of Saskatoon is the easy access to the lakes up north. Most towns are within minutes of Highway 11 which a direct highway up to Prince Albert and then from there up to some of the most popular lakes and provincial parks in province like Waskesiu, Candle, and Emma.

Aside from the towns listed below there are other towns, acreages and new developments that often get overlooked. These include: Asquith, Borden, Cathedral Bluffs, Corman Park, Hague, Hepburn, Herschel, Laird, Langham, Osler, Radisson, Rosthern, and Waldheim. If you are looking to move to a smaller community or looking for new developments or acreages it is very beneficial to work with a Saskatoon real estate agent. Saskatoon Realtors® are up to date or have access to all of the latest and upcoming developments in and around Saskatoon. By working with a real estate agent you will have direct access to this information which will give you a competitive edge against other people that are looking for similar properties.

Dalmeny

Dalmeny is a small town located 20 kms northwest of Saskatoon of approximately 1700 people and has several attractions including a newer hockey rink, a curling rink, 2 schools, 2 churches, and a new housing development.

Dalmeny is lucky enough to have clean and safe water provided by the City of Saskatoon and has great residential character, it is clean, quiet, safe and full of friendly people. There is also a local police service and numerous businesses.

Until recently the town of Dalmeny has flown under the radar, however with the increased housing prices in Saskatoon there are more and more people looking to move to Dalmeny as it is only about a 20 minute drive from the city.

Visit the Dalmeny real estate page for additional information on the Dalmeny real estate market and town itself.

Martensville

Martensville is one of the fastest growing communities in Saskatchewan with growth of 25% between 1996 and 2001. In 2005, Martensville’s population grew to over 5000 people, which, under Saskatchewan law, makes it eligible to become a city.

Martensville has several places of interest including a golf course, tennis courts, splash park, go-karts, a bowling alley, a BMX track, the new North Ridge Centennial Centre, and the Chrome Dome (a baseball diamond).

This town is also known as the community of lakes as it has 5 large perch filled lakes that are connected through a series of canals. A great place for fishing! Martensville has 2 elementary schools and 1 high school. It is a self-sustaining community and only about a 10 minute drive from the city of Saskatoon.

Visit the Martensville real estate page for information on the town of Martensville as well as up to date information on the current Martensville real estate market.

Warman

The town of Warman is another of the fastest growing communities in Saskatchewan with a population of over 5000 people. From 2001 and 2006 the population grew by approximately 37% and has continued to grow as the housing market took off in Saskatoon. Warman offers the benefits and safety of small town living with all the advantages of a big city only 15 minutes away. Warman has 3 schools including an elementary school, a high school and the Prairie West Regional College.

Visit the Warman real estate page for additional information on the town of Warman and the current real estate market.

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