Located South Central in Saskatoon, Nutana Park is made up of single detached houses and condominiums. According to MLS listing, as of 2016, the average amount for a house was $344,958.
Residential construction occurred after World War II and ran from 1961 to 1970.
There is one school located in Nutana Park:
Prince Phillip School is a public elementary school that is located at 1715 Drinkle Street. For more information about this public elementary school, click here:
There are two parks in the area, and both are known to be named after Harold Tatler, a member of the City’s Parks Board. The parks are as follows:
Smitty's is known for serving amazing breakfasts, and is located inside Market Mall at 2325 Preston Avenue. For more information about Smitty's, click here:
Nutana Park is 5.6 km from the University of Saskatchewan. For bus route, click here:
Nutana Park is 10.4 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus. For bus route, click here:
South Nutana Community Association is the Nutana Park website that displays news and upcoming events in the community. For more information about what is happening in this neighborhood, go to www.snpca.ca
Fun fact: Mike Babcock, the current head coach of the Detroit Red Wings hockey team, is a famous alumni of St. James School. However, due to declining enrollment, the school had to close in 2005.