Rundle Heights Homes for Sale

Due to its proximity to Wayne Gretzky Drive, Yellowhead Trail and the new, northeastern section of Anthony Henday Drive, getting from Rundle Heights to other areas in Edmonton has never been easier. Bicycle commuters will also enjoy the ride from Rundle Park to downtown Edmonton along the river valley trail network. Its location alongside Rundle Park and the North Saskatchewan River Valley make Rundle Heights a very attractive community to call home.

Rundle Heights Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 18
Average Price: $227,436
Highest Price: $355,000
Lowest Price: $68,900

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Rundle Heights is a great neighbourhood for families and outdoor enthusiasts. It is here where you will find one of Edmonton’s finest recreational parks and greenspaces, Rundle Park.

Rundle Heights is bound on the north by 118 Avenue, to the west by 34 Street (north of 111 Avenue) and 36 Street (south of 111 Avenue) and by the river valley to the south and east. Surrounding neighbourhoods are Abbottsfield to the north, Beacon Heights to the north west, and Beverly Heights to the west. There are two schools in Rundle Heights. Rundle Heights Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Public School System and St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System. More about Rundle Heights... 

Rundle Heights Listings

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  Rundle Heights History

Rundle Heights was named in honour of Reverend Robert Rundle, the first Protestant missionary to take up residence in the Edmonton area. He was sent to Edmonton in 1840 by the Methodist Missionary Society at the request of the Hudson Bay Company.

Small scale residential development in Rundle Heights began in the 1960s, after the amalgamation of nearby Beverly into the City of Edmonton, while single unit housing development began in the early 1970s.

Rundle Heights Today

Residents in houses at the south and east borders of the neighbourhood enjoy a scenic view of Rundle Park and the river valley. The park overlooks the North Saskatchewan River and features paved pathways, sports amenities, and numerous ponds. Residents also have access to nearby businesses located off 118 Avenue.

Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

Listing information last updated on August 19th, 2019 at 8:31am MDT.