About this neighbourhood

Found in the highly desirable northeast corner of Saskatoon, Silverspring is a beautiful, established neighbourhood with a population of about 5,100 people. Made up of primarily single-family detached homes and townhouses constructed in the late 1980s and into the 1990s, the current average home price is close to $376,000.

The majority of this neighbourhood was constructed during the late 1980s and through the 1990s, on land formerly administered by the University of Saskatchewan. The land for the community was annexed between 1955 and 1959; however, the majority of residential building construction was done after 1991, and a small amount of construction was just one decade before this.

Notable Saskatoon athletes and contributors to the sports world had roadways of Silverspring named in their honour.

This neighbourhood is located within the University Heights Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by Agra Road to the north, Attridge Drive to the south, Central Avenue to the west, and the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo to the east. City maps show Agra Road replaced by a new arterial named Fedoruk Road as the northern boundary.


• 2 Schools - École Silverspring School & École St. Mother Theresa School
• 22+ Acres of Greenspace in Dave King Park, Silverspring Park & Christine Morris Park
• Close proximity to University Heights & Preston Crossing Shopping Centres
• Easy commuting via Central Avenue & Attridge Drive

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