Rundle Heights Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $526K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,977
Avg. Price/SQFT $335

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Property Types (active listings)

Rundle Heights was established in 1882 when two property holdings in the northeast part of the Edmonton Settlement, east of the Town of Beverly, were combined. A piece of the holdings, around 111th Avenue, was developed early on, but most of the region remained rural until Edmonton annexed it in 1961. In the 1960s, residential development in Rundle Heights began in the south west, with modest scale row houses and apartment complexes, and then moved north and east. In the early 1970s, single-detached housing was erected in the eastern section of Rundle Heights, while apartment and row house complexes were erected in the north. Post-1960s developments are known for their curved and cul-de-sac roadway patterns. At the heart of the complex is an educational and recreational facility. Commercial companies, including those at the Abbottsfield Mall, are located off 118 Avenue. Beverley used to utilize portions of the Rundle Heights area as a dumping dump. In 1972, the landfill was declared closed, and the site was filled and restored from south to north. Rundle Park, a multi-purpose educational and recreational facility in the North Saskatchewan River Valley, was created from this land. Rundle Heights was named after Reverend Robert Rundle, who was the first protestant missionary to settle in Edmonton. The Methodist Missionary Society, at the invitation of the Hudson Bay Company, dispatched him to Edmonton in 1840. Mount Rundle, located near Banff, Alberta, is also named for the missionary.