Queen Elizabeth

Average Home Sale Price, 2013: $343,459
Average Home Sale Price, 2012: $342,579
Average Home Sale Price, 2011: $294,644
Average Home Sale Price, 2010: $280,412

Queen Elizabeth is a neighbourhood found in south-central Saskatoon. Development began in 1909 then abruptly stopped in 1913 due to recession. Development continued again more-so after World War II and the neighbourhood was complete by the late 1950s. The historical landmark in the Queen Elizabeth neighbourhood is known as the "Three Sisters," three brick houses built side by side on York Avenue. Only two "Sisters" remain present day while the third "Sister" was demolished and was replaced with a Fire Hall which services the local area to this day.


Queen Elizabeth Elementary school opened in 1954; however, struggled to maintain a steady student enrolment so the school is now shared with the Open Door Society. Open Door Society provides resources and language classes to immigrants and refugees.


Commercial and retail space is extremely limited in this neighbourhood; however, all your shopping and business needs can be met in nearby neighbourhoods on Broadway Avenue, in the Stonegate Shopping Centre and in the 8th Street business district.


Suggested Elementary Schools:


Queen Elizabeth Elementary School (Public School)

1905 Eastlake Avenue



St. Frances (Catholic School)

2141 McPherson Ave

**Cree Immersion**



Suggested High Schools:


Aden Bowman Collegiate (Public School)

1904 Clarence Avenue South



Holy Cross High School (Catholic School)

2115 McEwon Avenue



Community Association:



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