Welcome to 470 Hastings Crescent, Rosewood, Saskatoon, SK

Welcome to 470 Hastings Crescent in the Rosewood area of Saskatoon.

Offered at $589,900 MLS®

View full listing detailshere.

This beautifully appointed Rosewood bungalow offers an excellent location on a quiet crescent, just across the street from Adams Park (connected to Hyde Park) where you’ll enjoy what feels like endless walking and cycling paths that wind through some stunning natural scenery. Two of Saskatoon’s newest elementary schools are an easy walk and a host on shops and services can be found in neighbouring Lakewood making this a perfect family home.

The house offers lovely street appeal and years of low maintenance care with Hardy Board siding, aluminium trim, PVC windows and vinyl fencing to enclose the back yard. The landscaping is complete offering lush green lawn spaces serviced by underground sprinklers, a front concrete drive to the double attached garage, and a large wooden deck with glass and aluminum railings.

You’ll greet your guests in a large front foyer finished in porcelain tile. The floor plan is spacious and open with the kitchen, dining area and living room all sharing one space, beautifully adorned with rich hardwood floors. Nine foot ceilings seem to expand the space and large windows that reach towards the ceiling let the natural light pour in. This is a wonderful space for entertaining large groups, or just keeping the family connected before meals. The kitchen is an absolute dream featuring an abundance of high quality, floor to ceiling cabinets and far more counter space that you’re used to seeing, all quartz, including the large island. The ceramic backsplash provides a lovely touch to the space. High-end stainless steel appliances, include a large double door fridge, a built-in dishwasher and microwave, and an amazing natural gas range and oven that is a joy to cook with. The main level offers a full four-piece main bath, three spacious bedrooms, and a large laundry room with front load appliances, porcelain tile flooring and a perfect workspace including plenty of cabinets and a quartz countertop to runs the length of the room. The master bedroom offers two clothes closets, including a large walk-in, and a lovely luxury ensuite with a deep soaker tub, a full size shower finished in ceramic tile, and dual sinks. The lower level is open for your future development however you might imagine it. Steel beam construction will ultimately allow for another beautifully open living space with minimal posts. Built by Royalty Homes, this home is loaded with extras and upgrades.

Interested parties should contact Lyndon Neher at 306-380-9090 for details and showing arrangements.

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Saskatoon estate week in review: July 23-29, 2017

Thank-you for reading the Saskatoon real estate week in review.

I’m away in Iceland this week participating in a fundraiser for Canadian women’s shelters. This weekly review has been published every week for over a decade and we weren’t about to let this trip get in the way. In order to get you the data in a timely manner, we’re delivering our regular charts, without commentary. Thanks for understanding.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions. All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

No. 1 River Landing Sales Centre opens to enthusiastic crowds who were ready to buy

Update: And buy they did. Through a brief exchange with Dan Zakreski at CBC News, I learned that Dan had spoken with John Nasser this morning (November 21) and Mr. Nasser confirmed that a buyer had stepped forward for each of the 105 units they plan to build. Mind. Blown.

Nearly a decade after Remai Ventures put the brakes on plans to build a hotel on Parcel Y in Saskatoon, the No.1 River Landing sales centre opened last week to enthusiastic crowds eager to get a first peek at the project which finally seems poised for take off.

The sales and marketing effort began on Thursday, November 17 with a “Friends and Family Night” where a favoured few were given the first crack at reserving a unit in the 16 storey condominium complex that will, if all goes according to plan, be greeting its first occupants by May of 2019.

This initial launch was followed up with a REALTOR® and Client opening on Friday. By the time we arrived around 3:30 the place was packed wall to wall and the attending agents were suggesting that as many as 50 units were already spoken for, including the two penthouse suites each valued at more than $1-million dollars, and all of the largest corner units at the south side of the building. Meanwhile, dozens of prospective buyers held a place in line to see if their chosen plan was still available, and what the final price might be. The project will consist of 105 condominiums, the majority between 476 and 1152 square feet in size.

The sales centre opened to the public on Saturday and Sunday for “by appointment only” presentations. According to a representative of the project, more than 600 people had registered for these early opportunities.

It seems that the long wait for action on this site has finally come to an end and that No.1 River Landing shall soon be gracing the river’s edge, most likely fully occupied. In fact, the chatter on twitter suggests they’ve already sold out.

I mean, what took so long?

 

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Billboard at the River Landing site.

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A conceptual model of No. 1 River landing available at the sales centre.

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Crowds stand in line to see if their chosen floor plan is still available.

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Displays of 13 floor plans available at No. 1 River Landing.

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The living room on plan C2 which is constructed in the sales centre to demonstrate the floor plan and finishes.

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The master bedroom on plan C2 which is constructed in the sales centre to demonstrate the floor plan and finishes.

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The kitchen on plan C2 which is constructed in the sales centre to demonstrate the floor plan and finishes.

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The bathroom on plan C2 which is constructed in the sales centre to demonstrate the floor plan and finishes.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

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All may not be as it seems in the Saskatoon housing market

This morning, in conjunction with the release of Royal LePage’s House Price Survey for the second quarter of 2016, I had an opportunity to sit down with Lisa Dutton from GlobalNews and provide a deeper overview of what’s happening in the Saskatoon real estate market.

It’s clear that sales are down and that some segments of the market favour buyers, while others favour sellers. It’s good to know what the market is doing as it concerns you and your purchase or sale. Find out in this video.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

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Groundbreaking ceremony at Parcel Y brings an end to a decade long wait for River Landing development

It’s been more than ten years since Saskatoon city council approved Remai Ventures proposed plan to build a 200 room hotel and spa at Parcel Y. At that time, the projected cost to develop the improvements was estimated to be $40 million dollars. That parcel of land, a jewel on the banks of Saskatoon’s River Landing, would change hands twice and suffer numerous setbacks and delays. This past Wednesday, a groundbreaking ceremony got underway and the current landowner, Victory Majors Development Corp. announced that the first phase of the development which will include a 15-storey Alt Hotel and a 20-storey office tower will get underway in three to four weeks, as soon as regulatory approval is received. It’s expected to be complete within 14-20 months. Subsequent phases include two additional office towers and will commence when sufficient demand warrants their construction. The total cost of the project is now estimated to be $300 million.

More from the Saskatoon Star Phoenix here.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

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