Nutana Park

Average Home Sale Price, 2013: $356,116
Average Home Sale Price, 2012: $348,320
Average Home Sale Price, 2011: $330,900
Average Home Sale Price, 2010: $322,993

Nutana Park, also referred to South Nutana Park, is found in south-central Saskatoon. This is a well maintained neighbourhood as pride of home ownership is evident. Residential construction and neighbourhood development happened between 1961 and 1970. Nutana Park was a popular neighbourhood for young families which required several elementary schools to support its growing population. Lorne Haselton Elementary School opened in 1961; however, closed its door in the mid 1980s due to declining enrolment. The Saskatchewan Abilities Council purchased the building and now uses the facilities for vocational, rehabilitation and recreational services for individuals with unique needs. St. James Elementary School closed its doors in 2005. The francophone school École canadienne-française now uses the building, it is Saskatoon's only francophone high school.


There are very few small independent businesses in the neighbourhood, which can be found on Drinkle Street and Estey Drive, otherwise Market Mall is close by and The Centre is a few minutes further to accommodate other retail needs.


Suggested Elementary Schools:


Prince Philip Elementary School (Public School)

1715 Drinkle Street



Pope John Paul II (Catholic School)

3035 Arlington Avenue



Suggested High Schools:


Walter Murray Collegiate (Public School)

1905 Preston Avenue



Holy Cross High School (Catholic School)

2115 McEwon Avenue



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