Martensville Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
Martensville, Saskatchewan

Martensville covers 6.79 square kilometres in the southern portion of the province, near the communities of Saskatoon, Cathedral Bluffs, Warman, and Dalmeny.

This city of over 9,000 people is surrounded by numerous small ponds and lakes, and is bordered by Highway 12 along its western edge.

Martensville is a fairly new city, having been established in 1939 by a father and son who purchased the land and sold parcels of it to people looking to move out of Saskatoon.

The city also has a young feel to it, as around 75% of its residents are under the age of 45.

KEY FACTS:

Martensville, Saskatchewan

Martensville, Saskatchewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskatchewan

  • Population: 9,645

  • Area: 6.79 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

The northern section of Martensville includes residential areas, small lakes, parks, an industrial area, a gymnastics centre, the Martensville Speedway, schools, a community centre, churches, and a few shops, restaurants, and service providers.

Residential areas, parks, schools, an athletic centre, small lakes, restaurants, shops, and service providers make up the central section of the city.

Martensville’s southern section has mostly residential areas, with parks, schools, churches, small lakes, a hotel, restaurants, a few shops, and service providers.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Martensville Speedway is home to the Saskatoon Kart Racers, a group of kart racing enthusiasts of all ages. The speedway has a track that can be used in four different configurations for a variety of racing events. Events are held through the spring, summer, and fall and include competitions with prizes/awards. The Martensville Sports Centre has a hockey rink and a curling rink and is used throughout the winter months for public skating, hockey, and curling. An upper level is used for a variety of events, fundraisers, and gatherings.

Kinsmen Park, along the eastern edge of the city, features over 100 acres of greenspace, as well as walking paths, ponds, a disc golf course, outdoor fitness equipment pods, benches, a picnic shelter, a toboggan hill, tennis courts, a basketball court, a ball diamond complex, concession services, and a gazebo. Lions Park, located in the southern section of the city, has a playground, a spray park, benches, a gazebo, and a toboggan hill. A number of other parks throughout the city offer additional recreational facilities and activities.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Major industries in Martensville include construction, real estate, agriculture, professional services, transportation, healthcare, and retail. Construction is a large industry in the city due to the many development projects underway, such as commercial and industrial facilities, as well as residential developments. Many large retailers, as well as hotel chains, are considering purchasing property in the city. There are many small businesses in the city as well, with the majority of them having fewer than 20 employees.

The City of Martensville Economic Development Department assists business owners and entrepreneurs with start-up, relocation, expansion, site selection and purchase, market research, and promotion.

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Real Estate Market

Newer-built single-family homes are common in the city’s northern section, and come with mid-range price tags. There are also a number of more affordable row housing options in this section, as well as large industrial commercial spaces.

Low- to mid-priced single-family homes make up the majority of real estate options in the central section of Martensville, and these are usually a little older than the single-family homes found in the northern section. Commercial options are available along the western edge of this section.

Like the northern section, the southern section of the city has mostly newer-built single-family homes with mid-range price tags, although there are some larger luxury homes in this section as well. Row housing and condo options provide more affordable real estate choices, and vacant land can also be found in this section.

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Education

Education

Martensville’s schooling options include Venture Heights Elementary School, Valley Manor Elementary School, Martensville High School, Lake Vista Public School, and Holy Mary Catholic School. Other schooling options found nearby include Holy Trinity Catholic School, Traditions Elementary School, Warman Community Middle School, Warman Elementary, and Warman High School.

There are no post-secondary options in Martensville, so residents must travel to nearby communities to access options such as Great Plains College, Bethany College, the University of Saskatchewan, St. Thomas More College, Horizon College, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Academy of Learning College, and St. Andrew’s College.

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