Elstow is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, not to be confused with Elstow in the United Kingdom. It is located just off Yellowhead highway 16, southeast of Saskatoon and is hardly 35 minutes away.
Elstow is a lovely little village filled with greenery and has a population of 89. The Village of Elstow came into being in spring of 1906 when the Canadian Pacific Railway surveyors staked out the town’s site. Lots were being spoken for and sold for $100. The head engineer for the C.P.R. was reading Bunyan's "Pilgrim Progress" during his off duty time, and selected "Elstow" as the name in commemoration of Bunyan's birthplace, Elstow, England. The names of the streets were inspired from the book. Main Street was named Bunyan Avenue.
In the spring of 1907, the very first building, i.e. a store was built. Mr. Harvie, the owner, let the contract for the construction to J. Ettles Sr. who had just arrived in the district from Brighton, Ont. When the building was nearly completed, Harvie sold it to Stewart Bros. By mid July, it had been completed and was stocked with a complete line of dry goods and groceries. By the fall of 1907, Elstow was thriving with many new buildings and businesses.

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Average Price $39.8K
Lowest Price $35K
Highest Price $54K
Total Listings 4
Avg. Days On Market 208
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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