Fort Saskatchewan Homes for Sale

Looking for that small town charm with all the amenities of a major city? Fort Saskatchewan could be just the place. Fort Saskatchewan gives you the best of urban and rural living in a city with plenty of history and a lot of new development too.

Fort Saskatchewan is located 15 minutes northeast of Edmonton. It is bordered by Strathcona County to the south and east, and Sturgeon County to the north and west.

Fort Saskatchewan Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 300
Average Price: $374,573
Highest Price: $1,195,000
Lowest Price: $87,500

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Fort Saskatchewan was first created as an RCMP fort on the North Saskatchewan River in 1875. Later on, it was incorporated as a village in 1899, and eventually reached city status in 1985. Fort Saskatchewan’s population was 24,569 in 2016.

Ft. Saskatchewan Homes, Condos, and Properties for Sale

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Must Be Sold! This 3000 Square Foot Needs A New...

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Courtesy Of Doug Singleton Of Royal Lepage Noralta Real Estate

$730,000

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 2,997 SqFt
  • 0.53 Acres

Single Family

Fort Saskatchewan, AB

MLS® #E4092810

Must Be Sold! This 3000 Square Foot Needs A New Owner To Love! 6 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 Baths, A Fully D...

Fort Saskatchewan’s History

Two major items have shaped Fort Saskatchewan’s growth, one being the railroad. The Canadian Northern Railway reached the community in 1905, putting it on a transcontinental rail line. The second major contributor to the town’s growth has been industrial development. In the 1950s and 60s, major companies such as Sherritt Gordon Mines and Dow Chemical opened large facilities near the town. These developments spurred population growth, with the town’s population increasing from just over 1,000 in 1951 to over 4,000 by 1966. The recent emergence of the Alberta’s Industrial Heartland area has seen Fort Saskatchewan shoot up again, with the population increasing by 10,000 from 2006 to 2016.

Fort Saskatchewan Today

Today, with plenty of job opportunities nearby, Fort Saskatchewan has transformed from a small town to a modern city. Fort Saskatchewan honours its rural roots with its services, as the town’s famous and friendly flock of sheep can be seen trimming the grass in city parks throughout the spring and summer!

Residents can expect all the amenities of a city in Fort Saskatchewan. In addition, the Dow Centennial Centre has given the town a modern facility for events, as well as fitness facilities and indoor sports fields.

 

 

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Listing information last updated on April 21st, 2018 at 2:46pm MDT.