Caswell Hill

About this neighbourhood

A diverse community first built in 1905, Caswell Hill is a quaint neighbourhood in west-central Saskatoon with a population of about 3,400 people. A historic area, it is made up of a blend of character homes, smaller war-time builds, and newer houses. The average home price is just over $234,000.

This neighbourhood derives its name from an early homesteader Robert Caswell, one of the Temperance Colonists of 1883. It is an area of beautiful character homes first built in 1905. Caswell is a thriving and diverse community nestled between two economic areas, the downtown core, and the stores lining 33rd Street West. Caswell Hill is bounded by 22nd Street to the south, H Avenue to the west, 33rd Street to the north, and Idylwyld Drive to the east.

The streets are laid out east and west and the avenues are laid out running north and south. Streets increment in number as travel heads northward. Avenues increment alphabetically as travel proceeds west. The whole of this community is laid out in a grid pattern.

Saskatoon Railway Station (Canadian Pacific) is one of many Saskatoon buildings listed in the Canadian Register of Historic Places and can be found in Caswell Hill. It is a Château style station which was built in 1907. Its current address is 305 Idylwyld Drive North, Idylwyld Drive which used to be called Avenue A.


• Restaurants, Shops, & Hotels
• Ashworth Holmes Park, Caswell Dog Park & Mayfair Pool
• 2 Schools - Caswell School & Bedford Road Collegiate
• Easy access to downtown via 33rd Street W & Idylwyld Drive

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