Fairhaven is a bustling Saskatoon neighbourhood located on the west side of the city with a population of about 5,400 people. Though it first appeared on city maps as early as 1913, most homes in the area weren't developed until the mid-1970s and 80s, and now have an average price of about $223,000.
Fairhaven itself offers only a convenience store and church within its neighbourhood boundaries. However, it is very closely located to the nearby Confederation Mall, which offers restaurants, shopping, groceries, and much more. Plus, with easy access to both 22nd Street and Circle Drive, getting anywhere in the city—from the quiet river valley in the north end to the bustling heart of downtown—is a breeze!
Both public and Catholic elementary schools can be found in Fairhaven, as well as the over 20-acre Herbert S. Sears Park, named for one of Saskatoon's previous mayors.