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Wolseley, Saskatchewan Real Estate and Homes for Sale
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Wolseley

Wolseley (Canada 2006 Census population 782) is a town in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 100  km east of Regina on the Trans-Canada Highway.Wolseley's Provincial Court House building was constructed in 1893, and is the oldest surviving court house building in the province. The Town Hall and Opera House, built in 1906, is a classic building and is used for many community events. Canada's very first Beaver Lumber was opened in Wolseley by co-founder E. A. Banbury in 1883. Beaver Lumber is now protected by Heritage status. The Banbury House Inn, which was originally built in 1905 as the private home for E. A. Banbury, was moved from its original location on the north bank of Fairly Lake to the west end of Wolseley to allow expansion of Lakeside Care Home in the 1980s. The Banbury House Inn now serves as a bed and breakfast.Two private residences are also on the Canadian List of Historic Places. The Perley Residence, located at 206 Front Street, is a two-storey brick house which was the home of several prominent Wolseley residents, including the very first miller in town, as well as A. A. Perley.The home of Wolseley's first mayor, R. A. Magee, immediately south of the Town Hall and Opera House is another heritage property. It is still a private residence.It has two schools, Dr. Isman Elementary School and Wolseley High School. The recently rebuilt "swinging bridge", has been a feature of Wolseley since 1905. It has a twelve-bed hospital, an eighty-bed nursing home, and two resident doctors.

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