Rossland Houses for Sale

Rossland BC Houses for SaleSearch all Rossland Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Rossland is situated in the crater of a volcano and is one of the highest elevated cities in Canada. With renowned powder, Rossland is a popular skiing destination and offers hundreds of kilometres of trails for bikers and hikers during the summer.

Real Estate in all shapes and sizes can be found in Rossland. From mobile homes, charming ranchers and resort-style condos and townhomes. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Rossland properties come on the market.

Rossland MLS Real Estate Listings May 20, 2022
18
Listed
40
Avg. DOM
$474.18
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,072,450
Med. List Price
18 Properties
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Rossland Real Estate Market

Nearly any style of home can be found in Rossland. Including townhousescondos, detached single-family houses, mid-century character homes, and craftsman homes. Character homes are found along about every street in Rossland, nestled between mid-century homes, rancher-style homesmanufactured homes, and even new builds. Many of these dwellings have had modern updates and are situated on larger lots. 

Along McLeod Ave and Iron Colt Rd, stunning newly built estates perched on the hill boast panoramic views of the valley. These homes have single and double car garages and are often 2 or 3 storeys to take full advantage of the views. Aerie is a new development along Washington Street that offers 3-story units featuring three bedrooms and three bathrooms, conveniently close to amenities.

About Rossland, BC

Located in the spectacular region of the West Kootenays, the small town of Rossland offers residents breath-taking mountain views, world-class skiing, and a vibrant arts and social scene. This charming town, free of traffic lights and large box stores, boasts minimal traffic and small locally owned businesses. A perfect winter base for powder enthusiasts! Rossland becomes a mecca for mountain bikers, golfers, and hikers in the warmer months.

Getting to Rossland

Rossland is located 6 km north of the United States border along Highway 3B, halfway between Vancouver, BC, and Calgary, AB. The drive from Vancouver and Calgary to Rossland is approximately 7 hours (620 km) which will fly by as you admire the gorgeous scenery along the way.

Several airports are accessible to residents of Rossland, including Castlegar Regional Airport (38 km from downtown), Trail Airport (19 km from downtown), and Spokane International Airport (207 km from downtown).

Rossland Weather

Rossland is situated in a crater of a long-extinct volcano in the Monashee Mountains and is at an elevation of 1,023 meters above sea level (one of the highest cities in Canada).

Rossland receives an average of 750 cm of snow each year on Red Mountain, making it an ideal destination for those who love to hit the slopes! In town (only 3 km from the mountain), the average annual snowfall is 370 cm, quite a substantial difference! 

Average summer temperatures see a low of 11 °C and a high of 25 °C, making Rossland a comfortable destination for outdoor activities. 

Rossland Culture

Rossland’s rich history precedes the gold rush. The Sinixt People first inhabited the land where Rossland now sits. Rossland was known to the Sinixt First Nation as kmarkn, meaning ‘up in the hills.’

The discovery of gold in the area in 1890 led to the development of Le Roi Mine and later Rossland, one of the largest towns in western Canada (at the time). Miners from across the world made their way to Rossland, including Scandinavians, responsible for founding the original Rossland Ski Club. The Club hosted Canada’s first recorded ski competitions.

After the mines closed in the 1940s, the City of Rossland was forced to find other industries to fuel the economy. Today, Rossland’s roughly 3,560 residents rely on various sectors, including tourism, healthcare, and mining (Tech Mining and Smelter), to power their economy. Seasonal workers are typical during the winter as they work and play on the gorgeous slopes. 

Rossland Health Care

Residents in Rossland (also known as Rosslanders) can access health care at the Government Health Unit in Trail. The Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) is 15 minutes from Rossland. It provides emergency care, intensive care, medical care, specialist services, diagnostic services, palliative care, obstetrics, pediatrics, renal care, mental health programs, oncology, and laboratory services. Additional healthcare services in Rossland include dentists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists.

Rossland Education

Rossland has a high family population, and there are multiple daycares for your convenience including, Golden Bear Childrens’ Center, Four Winds Daycare, and Little Friends Habitat.

Rossland also provides multiple options for families with school-aged children. Rossland Summit School is a K-9 school that offers an innovative approach to education, including electives and an outdoor classroom. Ecole des Sept-Sommets is a K-7 school for students looking for a complete French-immersion program. J.L. Crowe Secondary School is a Grade 8 to 12 school. Nicknamed ‘The Crowe’, the school offers a variety of electives, athletic opportunities, and social activities. 

Students also have the option to attend the Seven Summits Centre for Learning. The center is offered to students from Grade 8 to 12. In partnership with SD71, Red Mountain Academy, and the Blackjack Ski Team, the center provides students with an inquiry-based learning program to explore their interests and strengths.

Things to Do in Rossland

Although Rossland is known for winter sports, including downhill skiing and snowboarding, the town offers something for everyone. If you prefer to grab a coffee and browse the local shops, you have to check out Feather Your Nest, Legacy Gift Room and Brew Shop, Powderhound Sports, Mountain Nugget Chocolate Company, and The Revival Boutique.

After a day on the slopes or exploring the town, grab a quick bite to eat or dine at one of the local restaurants including, Alpine Grind, The Flying Steamshovel Gastropub, Idgies Fine Food, or Gabriella’s.

There is also a vibrant arts scene in Rossland. The Rossland Art Gallery promotes the arts through Movie Nights, Drawing and Painting Workshops, Art Auctions, Arts Awards, and other community arts and cultural activities and events.

Redstone Resort Golf Course provides golfers with a challenging 9-hole course with a clubhouse for its members and visitors. An alternative to hitting the greens is disc throwing at the Thin Air Disc Golf Club. 

Looking for low-impact activities? Residents can relax and unwind at Mindful Mountain Yoga; stretch and tone at Eternity Pilates Studio; rent a stand-up paddleboard at Liquid Lifestyle Paddleboard Co., or book a horseback riding adventure through the countryside with Record Ridge Riding.

Rossland Realtors

Are you thinking of buying or selling a home in Rossland? If you’re looking to buy a home, contact our Loyal Homes real estate agents, who can answer all your Rossland community, neighbourhood, and real estate questions.

If you’re thinking of selling your Rossland, BC home, our associated Listing Realtors can provide information on recently sold comparable properties, up-to-date real estate market information, and professional tips to help you prepare and sell your house for top dollar.