About this neighbourhood

Kelsey-Woodlawn is a small neighbourhood with a modest population of about 900 people found just north of Saskatoon's Central Industrial District. Offering many amenities, with easy access to all the others, it is a smart choice for those seeking an affordable Saskatoon home in a convenient, central location, with an average home price of just over $236,000.

Within the Lawson Suburban Development Area, the Kelsey-Woodlawn neighbourhood spans as far north as the north industrial area bearing 40th Street as its northern perimeter. The CNR train track marks the eastern boundary at Warman Road, thus encompassing the Woodlawn Cemetery. The southernmost road within Kelsey-Woodlawn is 33rd Street East, and the western edge includes all the places along Idylwyld Drive.

Most homes were built before the 1960s with a few new home construction homes built after 1980 and the main tenants would be students attending SIAST on 33rd Street and Idylwyld Drive.

Along the Woodlawn Cemetery is a small neighbourhood known as the "McVicar Addition". The other residential area in this subdivision resides in the homes which branch off Idylwyld Drive. These places are named after the governor-generals of Canada. Throughout the remainder of the area, the streets are numerically numbered from 33rd Street and continue north to 40th Street. These avenues are named after the provinces of Canada.



• Restaurants, Gyms, Pharmacy, Shops & Recreational Centres (including Timberjaxe Throwing Sports & The Fun Factory)
• 2 Parks - Szumigalski Park & Dr. J. Valens Park
St. Michael Community School
• Easy access to downtown & Circle Drive

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