Buying & Selling Guide: October 2022

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BUYING SELLINGAND G U I D E

OCTOBER 2022
Able

BUYING SELLINGAND G U I D E

PUBLISHER

Century 21 Able Realty

DESIGN

MoonPop Creative

CONTRIBUTORS

Jonathan Bueckert, Broker

Cattlin Haas, Admin

Michelle Bailey, Realtor®

Deb Cook, Realtor®

Francesca Copeman, Realtor® Terry Korchinski, Realtor® Yvette Syrota, Realtor®

EDITORIAL INQUIRIES

Jonathan Bueckert 306.621.4800

ADVERTISING INQUIRIES

Ken Chyz 306.621.5687 or kenchyz@sasktel.net

Buddy Budreault 306.621.5961

DISCLAIMER

The information in this magazine is revised to ensure accuracy. It is therefore reliable information at the time of print. Due to the changing nature of the housing market, this information may become inaccurate due to listing status updates. Our website, www.c21able.ca, is provided as a convenience to readers for up to date listing information. Prospective buyers and sellers are also encouraged to make their own inquiries to verify the information contained herein.

WELCOME TO THE OCTOBER 2022 ISSUE!

CONTENTS

INTRO ARTICLE

A new agent joins our team!

FEATURED LISTINGS

Take a better look at four of our office listings, complete with QR code photo galleries.

YORKTON LISTINGS

See which homes are for sale in Yorkton, SK.

FEATURE ARTICLE

Check out all of the ways that you and your family can have fun this Halloween!

COMMERCIAL LISTINGS

Browse our available commercial locations for sale and for lease.

AREA LISTINGS

Have a look at homes, acreages and more for sale in the Parkland Region.

ARTICLE

Make your Halloween pop with spooky snacks!

AGENTS

Name and contact information for each Century 21 Able Realty agent.

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FRAN CESCA

introducing

Like a welcoming breeze on a hot day, we welcome Francesca Copeman to our C21 Able team! We look forward to helping her business grow. Francesca's calm demeanour brings a relaxed atmosphere to the negotiating table. Coupled with her professional attitude and knowledge in real estate, we're certain that buyers and sellers alike will greatly appreciate this winning combination! If you'd like to start your real estate journey with Francesca, give her a call at 306-451-7316.

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My passion is matching people with homes they can grow in! “ “
- Francesca Copeman
INTRO ARTICLE
6 98 MATHESON CRES. Yorkton, SK MLS# SK909730 266 FOURTH AVE. W Melville, SK MLS# SK907298 $359,000 Breathtaking home in Heritage Heights! 2 Car garage, large lot, back deck, primary bedroom with three piece bathroom, rec room, renting opportunity. BEDS: 5 BATHS: 3 SQ FT: 1,494 $239,000 Two blocks South of Kinsmen Park! 2 Car garage, primary bedroom with two piece ensuite bathroom, large family room, move-in ready. BEDS: 4 BATHS: 3 SQ FT: 1,204 FEATURED LISTINGS Want to see more photos? Scan these QR codes with your phone's camera!
7 17 CARDINAL BAY Yorkton, SK MLS# SK907712 120 FIFTH AVENUE Bredenbury, SK MLS# SK908180 $259,000 A superb home off the beaten path of Dracup Avenue! Sunken living room, large rec room, lower level renting opportunity, 2 car garage. $159,000 A sensational home in small town Sask! Long driveway, back deck, fully fenced yard, large windows in bedrooms, tasteful renovations. BEDS: 4 BATHS: 2 SQ FT: 1,152 BEDS: 4 BATHS: 2 SQ FT: 960
8 CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON SOLD 45 RIVERSIDE TERRACE BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 4 | SQ. FT. 2,092 MLS# SK900840 7 DEERWOOD CRESCENT BEDS: 6 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,092 MLS# SK903806 450 PARKVIEW ROAD BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,104 MLS# SK902408 112 GEORGE AVENUE BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 3 | SQ. FT. 1,800 MLS# SK900210 75 AGRICULTURAL AVENUE BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,167 MLS# SK909193 238 YORK ROAD EAST BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 3 | SQ. FT. 1,344 MLS# SK907896 163 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,024 MLS# SK900691 257 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 3 | SQ. FT. 1,411 $254,900 YORKTON $255,000 $274,000 $269,000 $239,000 $282,000 $255,000
9CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON MLS# SK905646 39 DEERWOOD CRESCENT BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,040 $219,000 MLS# SK905012 174 TUPPER AVENUE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,040 MLS# SK899050 22 WATERLOO ROAD BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,184 MLS# SK908141 215 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 854 $199,900 MLS# SK908147 198 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,040 MLS# SK908660 LAKE FRONT LOT, RM OF ORKNEY BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 5.84 $189,000 MLS# SK906260 84 GLADSTONE AVE. SOUTH BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,230 $199,900 $199,000 $215,000 $179,000 MLS# SK910341 20 ONTARIO AVENUE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,344 $189,900
10 CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON MLS# SK905837 21 WATERLOO ROAD BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 988 MLS# SK900189 135 PEAKER AVENUE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 735 MLS# SK906216 206 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 1,230 $149,000 $169,000 MLS# SK890115 #204-138 CATHERINE ST. BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 806 MLS# SK886041 281 BROADWAY ST. WEST BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 768 MLS# SK905819 214 FIRST AVENUE NORTH BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 700 $100,000 MLS# SK903270 89 APPLETON DRIVE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,216 $148,500 MLS# SK907240 12 GLADSTONE AVE. NORTH BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 896 MLS# SK910225 25 APPLETON DRIVE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 1,536 MLS# SK904691 33 APPLETON DRIVE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 1,096 SOLD 2 PINKERTON BAY BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 952 $45,000 $156,900 $59,900 LIST WITH C21 ABLE! $174,000 $95,500 $88,000 MLS# SK892359 114 TUPPER AVENUE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,078 $179,000 MLS# SK910331 28 NORTH STREET BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,050 $174,900 YORKTON

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goods a lot closer to home than people realize. When you shop local, opportunity in your area expands for sourcing and producing more goods.

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Starting a small business has long been a pathway to the middle class. By supporting local entrepreneurs, you invest in a future that works for ALL of us. Places that have more small businesses tend to have less income inequality.

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CARVE OUT MORE family time

Halloween Ideas to Bring You Closer Together

By the time Halloween rolls around, many families are shoulders-deep into the hustle and bustle of the school year. This holiday provides a great opportunity to focus on family, and spend some quality time together.

Contrary to modern interpretations, Halloween is not at all satanic. The name itself actually comes from the Christian All Hallows Even (or Eve), the holy evening before All Hallows Daywhat we now call All Saints Day1. By the 16th century, the name was shortened to Hallowe'en, and eventually the apostrophe was dropped. It was a day of feasting, to celebrate the religion's Saints. Overshadowed by this Christian holiday was the well established Celtic-Pagan holiday of Samhain. This ancient fire festival (bonfire celebration) was the midpoint between the fall equinox and winter solstice. Harvest was welcomed in, a sure sign that the "dark" half of the year would soon follow. In this dark time the "light" of the physical world would fade, thinning the veil between spiritual and physical2. Metaphorically, it was a time to reflect on the "dark" parts of oneself. Literally, it was a time when otherworldly spirits were said to visit.

Knowing this bit of history, you and your family can gather together to celebrate the season, reflect on events, and support each other emotionally. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Visit Local Attractions

- The Canora Corn Trails are a fun place to visit during October! Get lost in 50 acres of a corn maze, complete with jump scares and a fire pit area for family picnics. Located West of Canora.

- Al Benesocky's Shock House along the #10 Highway is the place to be if you like haunted houses! Oozing with horror and dripping with frights, this place is a haunted hit year after year.

- Other attractions can include visiting pumpkin patches, getting on hayrides, or heading out to a petting zoo. If your kids are involved in extracurricular activities, their club or group may be putting on an event or show that you can attend.

Carve Some Pumpkins

Easily the most common Halloween tradition, and for good reason! Designing the scariest Jack-O'-Lantern or creating a pumpkin masterpiece is fun for the whole family. Toddlers and young children can express their creativity through painting, stickers and

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Go Trick-Or-Treating Together

This age-old tradition can make for a fun evening of joy and laughter. You can also incorporate teachable moments, including safety around strangers, safety around crossing the street, practicing manners when speaking and when walking on other properties.

Watch Scary Movies

Whether you decide to relive your youth by introducing your kids to Halloween classics or make new memories by exploring contemporary flicks together, gathering everyone for a movie night can be appealing to every member of the family. With so many options available via streaming services these days, you can find something age-appropriate within minutes. To complete the night, snack on seasonal treats like those on page 20!

Make Masks

It's fun to pretend you're someone (or something) else! There are lots of free mask templates roaming the internet that you can download for free. This can be a light-hearted activity, or an exercise in externalizing emotions. A mask representing a dark or unwanted part of yourself allows you to recognize and feel that emotion for a set time. Perhaps a werewolf describes your rage - creating and then wearing that mask allows you to

constructively take control of the parts of yourself that you don't like. In the spirit of ancient Halloween activities, you and your kids can "bare all" in a safe and trusting environment, all while having some fun.

Recycle Your Pumpkin

Once the holiday fun is done, you may wonder what to do with the leftover pumpkin. Consider these:

- Bake the seeds. Eat them yourself, or share them with local wild life. They're delicious when baked with a light coating of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt.

- Make slime. the stringy, gooey insides of a pumpkin make for a ghoulish bowl of guts, perfect for Halloween pranks. You can use the pulp in its natural state, or search for recipes that add glue, water and baking soda for more texture.

- Compost it. Everything will break down nicely, except for the seeds. the soft textures of pumpkins are a preferred treat of worms. And, it's nitrogen content is high, which means it's excellent food for your soil.

- Donate to a nearby farm. Pumpkins are a tasty treat for wildlife and livestock. If you don't have any visitors in your own backyard, see if a nearby farm will make use of your pumpkin.

Sources: 1) Halloween Origins, Merriam-Webster. 2022. https://www.merriam-web ster.com/words-at-play/halloween-origin-spelling. 2) Samhain, A&E Television Net work. 2022. https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/samhain

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CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON16 SOLD 1512 DEERFOOT TRAIL BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 4 | SQ. FT. 2,048 SOLD DEFOREST ACREAGE, RM ORKNEY BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,258 MLS# SK899058 2 MAIN STREET BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,106 MLS# SK884690 CHMIL FARM, RM LIVINGSTON BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,100 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE ROKEBY RM NO. 331 AREA LISTINGS SOLD ACREAGE, RM ORKNEY BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 768 RM NO. 244 RM NO. 244 306-786-7055 EverlastEavesAndExteriors.com PVC Replacement Windows / Steel Insulated Doors Vinyl Siding / Genstone Stacked Stone / Soffit / Fascia 5” Continuous Eavestrough / Alu-Rex Screening System SOLD DYSTE ACREAGE, RM ORKNEY BEDS: 6 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,356 MLS# SK909237 110 SECOND AVENUE EAST BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 4 | SQ. FT. 1,384 $169,900 RM NO. 244 KELLIHER $750,000 MLS# SK908271 500 MAIN STREET NORTH BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,640 KELLIHER $305,000 $239,900 MLS# SK880992 403 MAIN STREET NORTH BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 784 RHEIN $159,900 SOLD 14 SHARP STREET BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,040 SPRINGSIDE
MLS# SK884728 LOT 9, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 4.63 $110,140 RM NO. 243 CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON Celebratingover 50 years! 306-783-3028 306-786-6441 71 Broadway St. E. | Yorkton .PH: FAX: 17 MLS# SK884733 LOT 14, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 5.1 $119,410 MLS# SK893235 RM OF INSINGER ACREAGE BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,100 MLS# SK884737 LOT 17, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 5.62 RM NO. 243RM NO. 243 RM NO. 275 $119,000$130,090 MLS# SK884729 LOT 12, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 4.44 RM NO. 243 MLS# SK884738 LOT 20, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 4.52 RM NO. 243 $107,940$109,000 DIAMONDS ON BROADWAY Michael Doll Owner michaeldoll@sasktel.net diamondsonbroadway.com 23 Broadway St E Yorkton, SK 306-783-5550 306-621-8289
18 CENTURY 21 ABLE REALTY | 306.782.2253 | WWW.C21ABLE.CA | @C21YORKTON MLS# SK896491 29 TIECHKO BAY BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.16 SOLD 207 TUFFNEL STREET BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 672 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE SHEHO SOLD LOTS 4-5 RAILWAY AVENUE BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 672 INSINGER MLS# SK890100 532 SECOND ST. NORTHEAST BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 720 MLS# SK892861 420 TAYLOR AVENUE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.28 MLS# SK884726 LOT 5, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 5.01 $65,000 $19,000 SPRINGSIDE RM NO. 243ITUNA $65,000 $35,000 MLS# SK884724 LOT 4, CHERRYDALE ACREAGE BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 5.01 $65,000 RM NO. 243 MLS# SK908526 229 LAKESIDE CRESCENT BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.21 $80,000 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE MLS# SK895605 805 STURGIS AVENUE BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 821 STURGIS MLS# SK874765 529 THIRD ST. NORTHEAST BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 816 ITUNA $64,900 $35,000 MLS# SK894392 305 FIRST ST. SOUTHEAST BEDS: 2 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 1,080 ITUNA MLS# SK908513 212 LAKESIDE CRESCENT BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.18 $50,000 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE $75,000 MLS# SK908510 210 LAKESIDE CRESCENT BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.18 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE MLS# SK908514 208 LAKESIDE CRESCENT BEDS: 0 | BATHS: 0 | ACRES: 0.22 $40,000 GOOD SPIRIT LAKE $45,000 MLS# SK894883 212 FOURTH ST. NORTHEAST BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | SQ. FT. 1,120 ITUNA $90,000 MLS# SK895572 408 FIFTH ST. NORTHEAST BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | SQ. FT. 1,184 $87,500 ITUNA AREA LISTINGS
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spooky snacks THOSE ARE SOME

From watching scary movies to dressing up as ghouls and goblins, spooky season means it’s time to pop up your loved ones’ favorite snacks for a ghostly good time. Before heading out to trick-or-treat, gather your minions in the kitchen for some family-friendly fun, crafting these haunting yet tasty treats.

Spooky Popcorn Spider Web

Yield: 1 spider web Ingredients

• 1/4 cup butter

• 8 cups mini marshmallows, divided

• 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

• 9 cups popped popcorn, divided

• 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips, divided

• black string licorice

• candy eyes

Directions

1. Line round pizza pan with parchment paper; set aside.

2. In large saucepan over low heat, melt butter; stir in 5 cups marshmallows, stirring constantly, 3-4 minutes, or until completely melted.

3. Stir in vanilla.

4. Remove from heat. Stir in 8 cups popcorn until coated.

5. Spread onto prepared pizza pan in irregular round shape, about 1" thick, to resemble spider web.

6. Refrigerate about 15 minutes, or until firm.

7. In microwave, melt remaining marshmallows about 20

seconds, or until melted.

8. Using spatula, string strands of melted marshmallow over popcorn spider web to create cobweb effect.

9. In heatproof bowl, set over saucepan of hot (not boiling) water, melt 3/4 cup chocolate chips; cool slightly.

10. In large bowl of remaining popcorn, pour chocolate over popcorn, folding gently to coat.

11. Spread mixture on waxed paper-lined baking sheet, separating into eight small clusters. Affix two candy eyes to each popcorn cluster.

12. Refrigerate 10-15 minutes, or until set.

13. Melt remaining chocolate chips. Cut licorice into 1-inch lengths.

14. Using small spoon, dab circles of chocolate onto spider web. Affix chocolate-coated popcorn onto chocolate circles. Affix licorice lengths to chocolate popcorn clusters to resemble spider legs.

15. Refrigerate 15 minutes, or until set. To serve, cut into smaller pieces.

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Green Halloween Zombies

popped popcorn

tablespoons butter or margarine

cups mini marshmallows

tablespoons lime gelatin powder

red gum balls

candy corn

flat green candy strips or fruit leather

green sugar sprinkles

Directions

Place popcorn in large bowl; set aside.

In medium saucepan over medium heat, melt butter.

Stir marshmallows into butter until melted. Stir in gelatin powder until evenly colored.

Pour melted mixture over popcorn and stir until evenly coated.

With buttered hands, shape popcorn into seven ovals.

6. Flatten one oval slightly and squeeze one end to form a skull shape. Place on parchment-lined baking sheet. Repeat with remaining ovals.

To Decorate: Press two gumballs into each skull to form the eyes. Press candy corn into skull to form teeth. Use scissors to trim candy strips and press into top for the hair. Sprinkle with sugar sprinkles.

Allow “zombies” to set about 20 minutes before wrapping individually in plastic wrap or serve immediately.

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