Enderby is a small city of about 3,000 people on the banks of the beautiful Shuswap River. Located in the Interior of BC, Enderby is known as the “Gateway to the Okanagan”. Real Estate in Enderby is prized for stunning views of the Enderby Cliffs, a laid-back community atmosphere, nearby local farms, summertime river float/tubing, and proximity to excellent snowmobiling in the winter.
The real estate market in Enderby, BC is generally strong, with houses being bought and sold as families move to town and/or upsize or downsize their homes. In terms of types of Enderby real estate, both residential single-family homes and vacant land tend to be sold quite quickly. Commercial real estate and apartments can be a little easier to snap up.
Introduction to Real Estate in Enderby, BC
The real estate market in Enderby, BC is summarized on a monthly bases by the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB). The Enderby real estate zone includes the city of Enderby, as well as surrounding communities such as Ashton Creek and Grindrod. OMREB’s Enderby zone is called “Enderby-Grindrod”, and is abbreviated to “EG” on their maps. The approximate boundary of the Enderby-Grindrod real estate area is shown in red on the map above. To see STATSCAN statistics for the city of Enderby itself (not including the surrounding rural areas), check out this article about Enderby’s Population & Housing Statistics.
Enderby is part of the North Okanagan Real Estate Area, as described by OMREB (see overall area map below). Other areas/communities within this general real estate region include Vernon, Armstrong, Falkland, Grindrod, Lumby, and Mabel Lake. Enderby is located along the northern edge of the North Okanagan zone, and is located just south of the Shuswap-Revelstoke Area.
Real Estate Market in Enderby, BC
The real estate market in Enderby, BC includes both commercial and residential properties, vacant land and acerages, old houses and new houses, and everything in between.
There are about 1500 homes in the population centre of Enderby, BC. The 2016 Census counted a total number of 1,443 private dwellings in Enderby, BC. This means that there are just under 1500 separate sets of living quarters in Enderby, each with a private entrance (either exterior or from a common hall or lobby). The 2016 Census identified 855 single detached houses in Enderby, as well as 120 semi-detached houses, 145 row houses, and 10 other attached dwellings. There were also 50 apartments in duplex structures and 185 apartments accounted for. See more about Enderby’s housing statistics.
Local professional association the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB) presented their 2019 real estate data for the zone, showing that 128 residential properties were sold in Enderby-Grindrod during the 2019 calendar year. The top real estate office for the Enderby zone was Century 21 Executives Realty, which listed and sold 26 of the 128 real estate properties sold (over 20% of all residential properties sold in 2019).
Of the 128 properties sold within the Enderby zone in 2019, Enderby Realtor Tyler Rands acted as either the Buyer’s Agent or Seller’s Agent in 25 transactions. That means that Tyler Rands was part of every 1 in 5 real estate transactions in Enderby in 2019! Here’s where you can contact Tyler to learn more about Enderby real estate.
Current Enderby Real Estate Listings
Tyler’s current Real Estate Listings in Enderby, BC are listed here: https://tylerrands.ca/locations/enderby/
All Tyler’s current listings in the overall area are shown here: https://tylerrands.ca/listings/
Living in Enderby, BC
Enderby, located between Armstrong and Salmon Arm, is known for its picturesque landscape, views of the Enderby Cliffs, and proximity to the Shuswap River. This small town of about 3,000 people is accessible along Highway 97A, which goes right through town. The closest major airport to Enderby is YLW in Kelowna (about a 55 minute drive south of town).
Neighbourhoods around the town of Enderby include Splatsin Lands, Ashton Creek, Grandview Bench, Grindrod, Kingfisher, Mara, Springbend, and Trinity Valley. The area is also home to many lakes, including Mabel Lake, Mara Lake, Gardom Lake, and Hidden Lake.
The main elementary school in Enderby is M.V. Beattie Elementary School, which teaches students from Kindergarten to Grade 6. The high school in Enderby, BC is called A.L. Fortune Secondary School. The high school teaches students from Grade 7 through to graduation in Grade 12.
Major industries in Enderby include forestry & lumber milling and agriculture/farming, as well as service sectors for those key industries. Other key employing industries include manufacturing, construction, retail, and tourism. The average temperature in January is -3 °C, while the average temperature in sunny July is 20 °C (source).