About Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert is a neighborhood located in the northeast area of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is a primarily residential area and is home to a diverse population, with a mix of single-family homes, apartments, and townhouses. The area is well-connected to the rest of the city, with easy access to major roads and public transportation.

Real estate in Prince Rupert is relatively affordable compared to other neighborhoods in Edmonton. Single-family homes in the area typically sell for around $400,000, while apartments and townhouses can be found for significantly less. The area is also undergoing revitalization, with new developments and renovations taking place. This, combined with the neighborhood's proximity to amenities, makes it an attractive option for both families and young professionals.

Prince Rupert MLS Listings

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Prince Rupert Homes for Sale

Homes for sale in Prince Rupert are typically single-family homes, although there are also some townhouses and duplexes available. The neighborhood is located in the North East of Edmonton, and it is known for its tree-lined streets and mature homes. The area is quiet and peaceful, and it is perfect for families looking for a safe and quiet place to live. The homes in Prince Rupert are typically older and well-maintained, with many of them built in the 1950s and 1960s. Prices for homes in Prince Rupert can vary, but they are generally more affordable than homes in other parts of Edmonton. Overall, Prince Rupert is a great option for those looking for a family-friendly neighborhood with a strong sense of community.


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Prince Rupert, Central Edmonton
Rating Title Rating Rating (short) description Icon (use .png images)
Livability 76

Ranked 203rd neighbourhood in Edmonton. Ranked 557th neighbourhood in Alberta. Ranks better than 73% of areas

Amenities A+

Lots of amenities close to this location

Cost of Living A+

Cost of living is 13% lower than Alberta

Crime F

Total crime is 23% higher than Alberta

Employment C-

Household income is 33% lower than Alberta

Housing C-

Home value is 31% lower than Alberta

Schools B-

HS graduation rate is 2% higher than Alberta

Common FAQs

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What is the total population of Prince Rupert?
The population of Prince Rupert is approximately 1, 503 people.
What is the average house price in Prince Rupert?
According to the Edmonton Real Estate Board, the average house price in Prince Rupert was $315,833 in 2021.
What amenities are available in Prince Rupert?
Prince Rupert has several amenities including parks, community league, and shopping centers. Some of the parks in the neighborhood include Prince Rupert Park and Kinsmen Park. The Prince Rupert Community League offers a variety of activities and programs for residents. Shopping centers in the area include the Kingsway Mall and Westmount Shopping Centre.