Langham

Langham’s location is on Highway 16, thirty-five kilometers northwest of Saskatoon (Canada). According to the census report in 2006, the population is 1120, and the number of homes forming the community here is 452. By 2018, there will be addition of approximately 300 homes to ensure that the population doubles, because there is a steady growth in the economy here.
The first settlers at Langham were Mennonites, in 1904. The name ‘Langham’ comes from the name of the founder, E. Langham, who worked as a purchasing agent at the Canadian National Railway. The establishment of a rail line connecting Edmonton and Saskatoon led to the fast growth of Langham and by 1906; it earned declaration as a village. By 1907, it became a successful town.
Children at Langham have two public schools to attend. Both of these schools are under Prairie Spirit School Division. There are several local businesses here, which include insurance services, auto body repair, restaurants, day cares, beauty salons, financial institutions, chiropractors, bed and breakfast, and gas bar. Mostly, commuters from neighboring cities and the agricultural activity here contribute to the economic growth of Langham.
Some attractions found here include Wheatland Regional Library, Langham & District Heritage Village & Museum, River Valley RV Park, The River Hills Golf Course and the Moffat Galleria.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $281K
Lowest Price $120K
Highest Price $479K
Total Listings 10
Avg. Days On Market 64
Avg. Price/SQFT $175

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