Young is a town southeast of Saskatoon, about 95 km. The town was formed around the same time as the Grand Trunk Pacific railroad, and at one time was considered to be the hub of four railroads. The village was incorporated into a town in 1910, named after F.G. Young. Streets were constructed for a growing town, to convert it into a city.
The ambitions of the pioneers who first started founded the town never came to fruition, the town did not become a hub. The current residents of this town are still as enthusiastic as ever though. For a town of 300 people, it has most amenities that a city has. This includes stores, service stations, credit unions, hotels and insurance agents. Restaurants serve delicious delicacies, the church conducts timely sermons, and the school offers classes from Kindergarten to the 12 grade.
The town is not short of recreation either which includes a 3 sheet curling rink and hockey arena for the winter. Summers are made enjoyable with an ever improving park, swimming pool and golf course. These are the most anticipated seasonal activities for the community. In addition to these seasonal activities, Young boasts a great dance school and a theatre production group as well.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $170K
Lowest Price $90K
Highest Price $325K
Total Listings 6
Avg. Days On Market 90
Avg. Price/SQFT $119

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