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145 Sherburn St, Winnipeg, MB

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145 Sherburn St

This Winnipeg residence is located at 145 Sherburn St and is in the neighbourhood of Wolseley. While Sherburn St has no properties currently available, the area of Wolseley has 5 available listings. Wolseley makes up just 0.92% of the 542 total properties listed in Winnipeg. Homes near Wolseley are listed for an average asking price of $269,240. In comparison, the average Winnipeg list price is $392,507. The neighbourhood around 145 Sherburn St has more houses for sale than apartments.

Demographic Information

Life Stage

Older Families

Employment Type

Service Sector/White Collar

Average Household Income

$86,992.13

Average Number of Children

0.96

Household Population

Household Structure

Age of Population

Education

Education Level

No certificate/diploma/degree

12.79 %

High school certificate or equivalent

18.96 %

Apprenticeship trade certificate/diploma

7.78 %

College/non-university certificate

15.55 %

University certificate (below bachelor)

1.85 %

University Degree

40.69 %

Commuter

Travel To Work

By Car

53.68 %

By Public Transit

20.21 %

By Walking

11.65 %

By Bicycle

10.13 %

By Other Methods

4.33 %

Cultural Diversity

Knowledge of Official Language

Mother Tongue

Building Information

Building Type

Apartments (Low and High Rise)

23.29 %

Houses

76.52 %

Own Vs. Rent

Location of 145 Sherburn St, Winnipeg, MB

Wolseley

Wolseley is a neighbourhood in Winnipeg, Manitoba, located in the west central part of the city It is named for field marshal Sir Garnet Wolseley, a British Army officer who came to Manitoba in 1870 t ...

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