Stonebridge, SK Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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How many homes for sale are available in Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK?

On Point2, there are 35  homes for sale  in Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK to choose from. You can browse through multiple property types, from single-family homes for sale to townhouses, condos and even commercial real estate in Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK.

How much do houses in Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK cost?

Homes for sale in Stonebridge, Saskatoon, SK vary with prices ranging from $204,500 to $1,099,900.

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Sardis, Chilliwack – Shopping and Sports in the Suburbs

Stonebridge, one of the newer neighbourhoods in Saskatoon, is a family-friendly, community-oriented area with many parks, ponds, and other interesting outdoor recreation spaces. Although the neighbourhood is on the smaller side, a number of amenities are available here, including retail stores, restaurants, gyms, schools, and public transportation.

Stonebridge is located in Saskatoon’s southern section and extends from Clarence Avenue S in the west to the Louis Riel Trail in the east, and from Circle Drive in the north to the railway tracks in the south. Despite being a newer neighbourhood, Stonebridge has a distinct community feel, with plenty of local events and activities to bring residents together. Families are a major focus of the neighbourhood.


Sardis, Chilliwack

Sardis, Chilliwack

Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

There is a large commercial area in the northwestern section of the neighbourhood, which is home to many retail stores and service providers, including department stores, pet stores, clothing stores, home décor and furnishings stores, salons, banks, hardware stores, and healthcare practitioners. There are also a few chain restaurants, as well as hotels. Willow Ridge Stables has horse stables and a heated riding arena, and offers horseback riding experiences, lessons, riding clinics, and polo lessons. The operation boards horses for a fee and provides horses with indoor box stalls and outdoor pastures. Lessons include various disciplines such as beginner, dressage, hunter jumper, polo, reigning, trail riding, and western pleasure. Those looking to relax can head to Damara Day Spa, which offers a soothing atmosphere and services such as massage, Vichy shower treatments, body scrubs, reflexology, reiki, body wraps, tranquility soaks, and esthetic services (manicures, pedicures, facials, etc.).

Stonebridge has mostly chain restaurants to choose from. Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill on Cope Lane offers a lively, friendly, sports-oriented dining experience and a menu featuring comfort foods like tacos, chicken wings, burgers, sandwiches, steaks, ribs, and pasta. A variety of beer and cocktails are available, as are non-alcoholic beverages. The restaurant holds events and parties throughout the year. Vietnamese Roll on Stonebridge Boulevard specializes in traditional Vietnamese fare such as buns, rice, noodles, soups, meat and seafood dishes, vegetarian dishes, stirfries, and traditional beverages. The cozy space is decorated simply and has abundant natural light from large windows. The Village Bistro on Hunter Road features creative, modern takes on standards like burgers, sandwiches, stirfries, and seafood served in a sleek but comfortable space. Tasty desserts are the perfect end to each meal.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate

Single-family homes are most common in Stonebridge, although there are also apartments and other dwelling types available. The average price for single-detached homes in the area is $385,521, which is slightly higher than the average price for single-detached homes in Saskatchewan overall ($285,811). The population of Stonebridge is 6,774, and this has been growing slightly over the past 15 years. Families make up 42% of the population here, 27% are couples, and 31% are single. The average annual income is $99,672, which is more than the average for the province as a whole, and 52% of residents are university or college educated.

Pollution / Noise

Stonebridge does not experience much air pollution, other than from traffic on nearby highways. Noise can be an issue near major roadways and highways in the area.

Crime Rate

Stonebridge has a low crime rate compared to many other Saskatoon neighbourhoods. The most common types of crime here are break and enter, theft, and mischief.



Schools in Stonebridge include Chief Whitecap School and St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School. Residents can find additional schooling options outside of the neighbourhood. These include Saskatoon Christian School, Prince Philip School, Pope John Paul II School, Hugh Cairns V. C. School, Georges Vanier School, John Lake School, and Aden Bowman Collegiate.

There are no post-secondary options in the neighbourhood, so residents must travel closer to the city centre to access options such as Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Academy of Learning College, Saskatoon Business College, and the University of Saskatchewan.

Public Transportation

Only a couple of Saskatoon Transit routes run through the neighbourhood: routes 17 (Stonebridge/University) and 83 (Stonebridge/Centre Mall – operates only Monday to Friday). These routes connect to other nearby routes, which allow passengers to access other areas of the city, including downtown.


Family Life

Stonebridge has a surprising number of parks within its boundaries, considering the size of the neighbourhood. Robert H. Freeland Park, located in the southern section of the neighbourhood, has a playground, walking paths, benches, landscaped areas, and greenspace. Alexander MacGillivray Young Park is located in the central section of Stonebridge and offers walking paths, greenspace, a playground, benches, landscaped areas, and a ball diamond. Mark Thompson Park in the northeastern section of Stonebridge has greenspace and walking paths that wind through forested areas. This park connects via walking paths to Patricia Roe Park, which has forested areas and a playground. Peter Zakreski Park in the northwestern corner of the neighbourhood has a pond, walking paths, benches, landscaped areas, and two ball diamonds. Blair Nelson Park in the southeastern section has a pond, walking paths, greenspace, landscaped areas, and benches.

The Stonebridge Community Association is a group of residents who work to provide community programs and events for those living in the neighbourhood. Through regular meetings, association members discuss various ideas and issues related to the Stonebridge neighbourhood and plan things like community barbeques, garage sales, movie in the park nights, and craft shows. The association has been working to create a community garden in the neighbourhood in Peter Zakreski Park, which would include fruits, vegetables, herbs, and other plants. Programming offered through the association includes soccer, ballet, hip hop, parent and children social events, basketball, art, badminton, yoga, and fitness. Classes are normally held at schools in the neighbourhood. The association also produces a newsletter to keep residents informed of decisions, activities, and events. The Round Prairie Branch of the Saskatoon Public Library offers a variety of reading material, as well as access to computers and other technology. The library also has a games room with various video game consoles and television screens. Programs offered through the library include storytime, teen clubs, book camps, and book clubs.

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