Located at the south west edge of Saskatoon, Montgomery Place is a residential neighbourhood that was developed after World War II as part of the Veteran’s Land Act settlement plan. The area was developed for Canadian veterans in honor of their heroic service to their country. The streets are all named after famous battles that these brave soldiers fought. The public parks bear the names of Canadian war heroes.
When it was originally developed, most of the land parcels were approximately one half acre in size and that gave Montgomery Place a unique sort of feel, particularly after it was amalgamated with the city of Saskatoon in the late 1950’s. While many of those large parcels have been subdivided to make way for more modern homes Montgomery Place has managed to retain much of its original charm. Many of the street have no sidewalks and visitors often comment that the area has an “at the lake” feel to it.
The area boasts more than fifteen acres of public green space across four parks. Recreational amenities include baseball diamonds, toboggan hill, outdoor skating rinks, playgrounds, walking paths and a paddling pool.
Other online resources for the Montgomery Place area of Saskatoon
View all homes for sale in Montgomery Place, Saskatoon on the MLS®
View all houses for sale in Montgomery Place, Saskatoon on the MLS®
Community Association webpage
City of Saskatoon full neighbourhood profile
Wikipedia page for this area
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