Prince Rupert Houses for Sale - Edmonton

Prince Rupert is located to the south west of the NAIT campus and is situated just next to the business and commercial section that is central to this area. Although the region was largely farmlands through the early 1900's, Prince Rupert experienced considerable development in the mid 1940's, a trend that is seen throughout the greater part of North Central Edmonton. Homes for sale in this area vary from single family dwellings to town homes.

Real Estate Listings in Prince Rupert Neighbourhood

3 Properties
Courtesy Of David St. Jean Of Exp Realty
$399,900
Neighbourhood: Prince Rupert
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,416
Sq.Ft.
1952
Year Built
5
Days on Site
E4382521
MLS®
Courtesy Of Tyler Ellis Of Real Broker
$369,900
Neighbourhood: Prince Rupert
3
Beds
2
Baths
953
Sq.Ft.
1952
Year Built
17
Days on Site
E4380621
MLS®
Courtesy Of Dan Chalifoux Of Real Broker
$649,900
Neighbourhood: Prince Rupert
2
Beds
4
Baths
1,615
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
41
Days on Site
E4376716
MLS®

Prince Rupert Community Amenities & Features:

The Prince Rupert neighborhood has a strong suburban feel with the incorporation of parkland, and naturally landscaped lots.

Unlike much of the greater NAIT area, Prince Rupert has a more open street plan with curved grid patterns and the use of cul-de-sacs. This makes it quite popular for residents, as the design affords scenery and seclusion, and also makes the space very pedestrian friendly. Public transportation is easily accessible from this development with bus stops along Kingsway and 111th Avenue, and the Stadium Station LRT stop about a kilometer to the east.

Parents in Prince Rupert have access to the Inglewood School as well as St. Catherine's Catholic School. Higher educational facilities are also nearby at the NAIT campus and Campbell College. These institutes will often provide audit courses and seminars, along with regular curriculum.

Prince Rupert abuts the Kingsway Mall, where many residents will find shopping, dining, and entertainment. The Prince Rupert Community League is highly active in hosting events and programs for the neighborhood, and this may include excursions to Alberta Museum, or recreational sporting events and outdoor festivals in Airway Park.