The crack of a bat from a nearby ball diamond. The taste of watermelon at a community picnic. Neighbours chatting over the backyard fence. Whatever images you have of small town life, prepare to live them out in Hampton Village.
Hampton Village is the first neighbourhood of its kind on Saskatoon’s west end. The hub of the community is the Village Centre, complete with gathering spaces, recreational facilities, plus the shops and services needed to support village life.
A variety of street, lot and home styles to suit any lifestyle will be interwoven with green spaces and pedestrian walkways to create a sense of connectedness and security. For a small town feel with city convenience, it takes a village – Hampton Village.
The Circle of Life
In Hampton Village life revolves around the Village Centre. This beautifully landscaped area serves as the focal point for community gatherings, and is the hub of a community shopping area that will offer retail, personal services and other shops to meet the needs of the neighbourhood. A planned community centre will provide space for public meetings and other community programs.
An extensive park system— complete with pedestrian walkways and bike paths— will connect the Village Centre to residential areas and encourage residents to get out, enjoy their surroundings and meet their neighbours. Several park-side lots will be available for those who wish to link their indoor and outdoor living spaces via a walk-out basement.
Choice, Sweet Choice
Hampton Village blends traditional and conventional design elements so you can select the lot and street configuration that best suits your lifestyle and home design. Whether you prefer a wider lot with a front drive and attached garage, or a narrower, deeper lot with paved back lane access, you’ll find an ideal building site in Hampton Village.
A shorter commute to and from work will give you more time to enjoy your Hampton Village lifestyle. Whether you work downtown, in the Airport Industrial area, North Industrial area or elsewhere, easy access to Circle Drive (via Claypool Drive to Airport Drive) provides excellent connections by car to all parts of the city. Public transit routes in the surrounding area are well-established.
The nearest schools, shopping, transit service and leisure activities currently available, or that will become available in the future, are listed below:
St. Peter School
Dundonald School (transportation provided)
Caroline Robins School
Ernest Linder School
St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School
Bethlehem Catholic High School
E.D. Feehan High School
Mount Royal Collegiate
Tommy Douglas Collegiate
Confederation Park Mall
Confederation Park Suburban Centre
22nd Street Arterial Commercial District
33rd Street Arterial Commercial District
Blairmore Suburban Centre
Hampton village Neighbourhood Park Cosmo Civic Centre & Ice Arena
Al Anderson Park
Anita Langford Park
Draggins Car Club Park
Rik Steernberg Park
Princess Diana Multi-District Park
Dr. Seager Wheeler Park - Westview
Route 23 and Route 1
Carlyle King Public Library - Cosmo Civic Centre
Mayfair Public Library