Hepburn is probably the most serene places. Situated approximately forty-five kilometers north of Saskatoon (Saskatchewan), Canada it is home to small groups of people who are into farming and college life.
It began as a railroad station earlier in the twentieth century. The connection with other places via the railroad system made Hepburn grow rapidly as people moved relocated and settled here. Before 1930s, there were more than eight hundred people. However, the drought that affected Western Canada caused many farmers to move to Saskatoon and the United States. A decade later, the population had reduced to less than three hundred. Presently, there are approximately 562 residents and the village has prospects to expand.
During the World War II, sixty men from Hepburn went to battle. Once war ended, the village began growing and construction of new homes took place. The province decided to shut down the railroad system in 1989, which stranded three huge grain elevators. This led to the ruin of two of these grain elevators, while one remained intact. Today, this grain elevator serves as a museum depicting the history of Hepburn.
There is a Bible college by the name Bethany College, and has almost a hundred and twenty students. It also has an elementary and high school system, which celebrated its seventy-fifth anniversary in2001. It is the oldest buildings at Saskatchewan. There is also a bowling alley, which locals enjoy.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $212K
Lowest Price $34.9K
Highest Price $373K
Total Listings 4
Avg. Days On Market 116
Avg. Price/SQFT $233

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