Rosetown

Rosetown is situated at the junction of highway 7 and 4, 115km southwest of Saskatoon. With a population of about 2277, Rosetown won the 2004 provincial communities in bloom. It is the most developed of any town its size.
Rosetown offers several benefits to its citizens such as an affordable lifestyle. Housing and rent both are priced lower than the cities and the utility services are also stellar. Citizens can develop a healthy lifestyle through the services provided by the health care system. With a hospital, emergency service young and old are in good hands.
Rosetown has developed state of the art schools for education; children can receive schooling from preschool to high school. If one wants to further their education, they can opt for classes at the local college or enroll in the University of Saskatoon that is an hour away.
The SaskCan centre is a multipurpose centre with heated seating for more than 3000 spectators, for indoor winter sports. It has been host to regional, provincial, and national events. In the basement of the Wheatland Regional Library the Arts are preserved and maintained. Various art lessons are hosted based on availability and demand. The Arts Council, Photography Club, the Annual Arts Council's Art Exhibition are also hosted there.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $219K
Lowest Price $5
Highest Price $1.4M
Total Listings 53
Avg. Days On Market 119
Avg. Price/SQFT $164

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