Martensville

The founders of Martensville were Dave and Isaac Martens, back in 1939. They purchased the land at the north of Saskatoon, and later sold portions of it to people who wanted to move out to Saskatoon for settlement. What began as a community later became a village by 1966. Within three years, it grew large enough to receive acknowledgement as a town. With advancements, in 2009 it received acknowledgement as a city.
Martensville is one of the fastest emerging municipalities situated at Saskatchewan, Canada. Its average growth rate between 2006 and 2011 was 50%, by then the average population was close to 5,000. Its location is eight kilometers north of Saskatoon, and fourteen kilometers southwest of Clarkboro Ferry, which cuts across the Southern end of Saskatchewan River.
Seven other lakes interconnect through a string of canals, which are a part of the famous Opimihaw Creek system. The purpose of creating these lakes was to retain water for inhabitants and for recreational activities, which take place all around the year. These activities include skating, fishing and canoeing.
In 2010, a new outdoor pool activity added to the list of recreational activities at Martensville. This facility has a junior Olympic size pool with six lanes, a pool for toddlers and one with zero depth, waterslides and spray features as well. Right beside this facility, there is a community centre also.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $413K
Lowest Price $1.4K
Highest Price $1.9M
Total Listings 45
Avg. Days On Market 55
Avg. Price/SQFT $294

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About Me

Kent Braaten

My name is Kent Braaten and I would like to thank you for taking the time to look through my website. As an experienced Realtor I am here to help make the purchase of your new home or selling your current one as easy as possible.
I grew up in Birch Hills, Saskatchewan and now live in Saskatoon so I understand the local market in and around the city. I have experience in the construction industry and this gives me the added tools to make sure that the home you are buying or selling meets your needs and certain industry standards.
My knowledge as a Century 21 Fusion Saskatoon Real Estate Agent and personal interest in seeing you successfully buy or sell in today’s market has been rewarded by the real estate industry.