The residential neighbourhood of Mayfair had its own spot on maps in the early 1900′s before serious development began. In 1909 there were sixty homes built in the area. By 1911, the City of Saskatoon was pushing into its territory and eventually Mayfair became part of the city.
Roughly seventy percent of the development that exists today was post-war and Mayfair continued to grow at a slow but steady pace until around 1980 when the area was nearly complete. The housing stock is roughly seventy-five percent single-family detached houses. The remaining portion consists of detached duplexes, and a handful of semi-detached homes and apartments.
Mayfair School is the only elementary school in the area providing instruction to children using the public school system.
Mayfair has one public park of approximately five acres. It offers baseball, basketball and soccer facilities. Additionally, there’s a seasonal outdoor skating rink, playgrounds, walking paths, and a paddling pool with a water spray park.
Photo Walk of Mayfair
|Number of households||1,105|
|Average persons per household||2.3|
|Average sale price of a residential dwelling (previous year)||$206,767|
|Median sale price of a residential dwelling (previous year)||$202,500|
|Average household income||$37,461|
|Types of homes||Houses||Condos|
|Number of sales
|Lowest sale price
|Highest sale price
|Average sale price
|Median sale price||$202,500||-
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