Rutland South Houses for Sale

Search all Rutland South houses for sale and real estate listings below. Rutland South is a neighbourhood in Kelowna, BC, Bordered by Mission Creek Regional Park to the south and Kelowna Rock Creek Hwy to the north. Rutland South offers abundant trails to explore while still being near city amenities and shopping. 

This neighbourhood comprises older and newer real estate, with single-family homes, duplexes, apartment complexes and condos. Properties are well cared for by residents, and Rutland South is popular among young professionals, families and retirees. Sommerset Terrace, SOHO, and Willow Terrace are only a few of the condominiums nearby. There are even a few 55+ buildings. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Rutland South, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Kelowna real estate experts today!   

Newest Rutland South Real Estate Listings

Rutland South MLS Real Estate Listings May 29, 2024
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Real Estate in Rutland South 

Known for its diversity, this well-established neighbourhood’s real estate market has something for everybody. Because Rutland South is in a valley surrounded by natural beauty, regardless of where you live, there’s a high chance a beautiful view is outside your window.

Rutland South’s real estate market offers affordable one- and two-bedroom condominiums, a townhouse, duplexes, or other multi-family home options with enough room for the whole family. You can look at single-family homes ranging from older character homes and renovated mid-century builds to new and spacious estates. There are even orchards and farms for sale at the edges of the community. Several houses on the real estate market in South Rutland have mortgage-helper suites to help generate additional income. 

About Rutland South, Kelowna

Rutland South is a neighbourhood found in Kelowna. Rutland covers the area between Old Vernon Road to Mission Creek Greenway, north to south, and Highway 97 to Black Mountain, west to east, lying just next to Ellison, Kelowna’s breadbasket farming community. 

Once its own municipality, Rutland has merged with the city but has retained its unique identity throughout the years. Rutland is a distinctive area known for its diversity in population, age groups, and housing options. It is a family-friendly community with all the amenities residents need, including a shopping centre, grocery store, restaurants, walk-in clinic, among other healthcare services, a golf course, and plenty of parks, greenspaces, and playgrounds. With everything it offers, Rutland is a self-sustainable community focused on family life and community. 

Schools in Rutland include three elementary schools (K-6), a middle school (7-9) and a senior secondary school (10-12). Kelowna is also home to several post-secondary options, including  Okanagan CollegeUBC Okanagan (the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia), the Justice Institute of British Columbia, and Sprott Shaw College

Outdoor enthusiasts will love the proximity to several lakes in the area, including Okanagan LakeEllison Lake, and Wood Lake, as well as the hundreds of hiking trails, the warm-weather activities. Boating, swimming, skiing, biking, and so many other activities are at your fingertips when you live in Kelowna, BC. 

With downtown being a short fifteen-minute drive away, residents of Rutland are always close to the nightlife and the cultural hub of the city without the fast-paced downtown feeling. Driving to Rutland from the Kelowna International Airport takes only 11 minutes via Highway 97, and driving to Kelowna General Hospital from Rutland takes 15 minutes via Highway 33. The convenient location of Rutland South means you are never far from anything you may need.  

Things to Do in Rutland South

Watch a Professional Baseball Game

Baseball lovers will enjoy watching the Kelowna Falcons Baseball Club play at the historic Elks Stadium, one of the oldest parks in the West Coast League. Fans can stand along the first base line against the fence for a spectacular close-up view of the game or sit in the 1200-seat stadium. The West Coast League is known for attracting some of the best college-aged wood-bat baseball players in the western half of North America, making for exciting and energetic game days. 

Visit Ben Lee Park’s Waterpark

For a lovely day in the hot Kelowna sun during the summer, visit Ben Lee Park. The Ben Lee Waterpark is open daily, weather permitting, from May through September, with plenty of water spray park fun for younger kids and anybody looking to cool down. Ben Lee Park also has a skateboard park, treed grassy areas for a picnic, an accessible playground, basketball courts, and hiking trails. 

Go Bowling at McCurdy Bowling Centre 

McCurdy Bowling Centre is a modern and busy bowling centre offering 24 lanes of 10-pin bowling and six lanes of 5-pin bowling fun for the whole family. Sit at your lane and enjoy food and craft brews from Freddy’s Brewpub. Rent a lane for a birthday party or teambuilding event, or join the fun at a blacklight cosmic bowling event. 

Check out the Uptown Rutland Business Association (URBA) Uptown Mural Project

The Uptown Mural Project allowed seventeen distinct and talented mural artists to complete colourful artwork on buildings throughout the community. One mural was even completed by students from Rutland Senior Secondary School, bringing the community's youth together with local artists.