The city of Yorkton is located in Saskatchewan’s southeastern region, about two hours outside of the provincial capital. Incorporated as a city in the year 1928, Yorkton has a long history in the agricultural sector. However, over the years, the city has seen an economic boom. As of 2021, Yorkton has a population of about 20,000 people, and it is perhaps most well-known for its historic buildings. Read more about Yorkton homes for sale.

Yorkton Home Statistics

Average Price $260K
Lowest Price $29K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 99
Avg. Days On Market 72
Avg. Price/SQFT $207

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Yorkton is a city that joins together highways 16, 10 and 9. The two national Railroads, CN and CP bisect the city in their respective routes. As a result, Yorkton has become the hub of activity in Southeastern Saskatchewan. Businesses thrive on the growing population of the city, as well as the vast amount of people that shop in Yorkton from the surrounding area. Residents benefit from having many public services available to them, such as health services, housing programs, public transit, fully staffed Fire and police services, a regional library, a public school system, a Catholic school system, walk-in clinics, large recreational facilities, parks, different media services, an art gallery, a museum, and clubs.

While a city, Yorkton still retains all the charm of small towns. You're a neighbour no matter which side of town you live on, and driving across town to get to the grocery store takes 7-10 minutes at most. Good things happen here because good people ARE here!

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