North Battleford Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
North Battleford, Saskatchewan

North Battleford, a city spanning 33.55 square kilometres, is located in the central portion of Saskatchewan, close to the Saskatchewan/Alberta border.

Situated near the communities of Saskatoon, Lloydminster, Lashburn, and Cochin, it is home to a population of over 13,000 people.

A number of highways converge in the city, including Highways 4, 16, 29, 40, and 378.

The North Saskatchewan River runs along the southwest edge of the city, and there are also a number of small lakes located in and around the area.

KEY FACTS:

North Battleford, Saskatchewan

North Battleford, Saskatchewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskatchewan

  • Population: 13,888

  • Area: 33.55 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

North Battleford’s northern section is made up of residential areas, industrial commercial areas, restaurants, service providers, accommodations, retail stores, parks, schools, churches, a civic centre, and a college campus.

Residential areas, schools, parks, accommodations, a museum, a library, restaurants, shops, service providers, churches, government offices, a post office, a recreation centre, a bowling alley, and a movie theatre can all be found in the city’s central section.

In the southern section of North Battleford, there are residential areas, an art gallery, a hospital, a railway station, court buildings, restaurants, shops, service providers, an RCMP office, accommodations, schools, churches, a fire station, a community hall, an industrial section, government offices, a mall, a casino, an aquatic centre, parks, a museum, a campground, an airport, a performing arts centre, a curling rink, a cemetery, fairgrounds, and an agricultural fair complex.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is located in the basement of the North Battleford Library. The museum includes displays and information on the history of baseball, fastball, hockey, pistol and rifle shooting, bowling, track and field, golf, boating, swimming, football, soccer, and wheelchair racing. A few of the specific stories told at the museum include hockey player Emile “The Cat” Francis, the 1986 Canadian PGA Senior Golf Champion, and the 1962 Canadian Schoolboy Curling Champions. Those interested in the arts can head to the Chapel Gallery, which presents various exhibits by local artists, as well as hosting various workshops, classes, and events.

There are many parks in North Battleford, including Centennial Park, with greenspace, a splash pad, ball diamonds, a track, tennis courts, a horseshoe pit, soccer fields, a playground, walking trails, a skateboard park, and a lawn bowling green; Kinsmen Park, which features a playground, greenspace, ball diamonds, and a splash pad; Holy Family Park, which has greenspace, a playground, and a short cross-country ski trail in winter; and Fairview Park, with a soccer field, a playground, greenspace, and an outdoor rink in winter.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

The North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is located in the basement of the North Battleford Library. The museum includes displays and information on the history of baseball, fastball, hockey, pistol and rifle shooting, bowling, track and field, golf, boating, swimming, football, soccer, and wheelchair racing. A few of the specific stories told at the museum include hockey player Emile “The Cat” Francis, the 1986 Canadian PGA Senior Golf Champion, and the 1962 Canadian Schoolboy Curling Champions. Those interested in the arts can head to the Chapel Gallery, which presents various exhibits by local artists, as well as hosting various workshops, classes, and events.

The City of North Battleford has an economic development department, which helps with site selection, investment opportunities, business start-ups and development, and networking.

economy

Real Estate Market

In the northern section of the city, there is a mix of newer-built single-family homes at mid-range prices (mostly along the most northern edge) and older, more affordable single-family homes. There are plenty of new condo options available in this section, as well as some industrial and retail commercial spaces. Vacant land tends to be pricey in this section.

Older single-family homes are common in North Battleford’s central section, and normally come at very reasonable prices. There are also some older condo options in this section. Vacant land is available at a range of prices, depending on location and size, and commercial properties can also be found here.

A mix of older single-family homes, large commercial spaces, and vacant land can be found in the city’s southern section.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

North Battleford’s schools include North Battleford Comprehensive High School, Lawrence Elementary School, John Paul II Collegiate, St. Mary School, Sakewew High School, McKitrick Community School, Connaught Elementary School, Bready Elementary, Phoenix School, Holy Family School, Notre Dame Elementary School, Ecole Monseigneur Blaise Morand, and Ecole Pere Mercure. Other options can be found in nearby Battleford, including Battleford Central School, Heritage Christian School, and Saint Vital School.

North Battleford’s post-secondary options include North West College and Academy of Learning College. Other options can be found in Saskatoon, including Great Plains College, Bethany College, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, St. Andrew’s College, and the University of Saskatchewan.

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