Cranbrook, BC Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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On Point2, there are 57  homes for sale  in Cranbrook, BC to choose from. You can browse through multiple property types, from single-family homes for sale to townhouses, condos and even commercial real estate in Cranbrook, BC.

How much do houses in Cranbrook, BC cost?

Homes for sale in Cranbrook, BC vary with prices ranging from $144,900 to $7,200,000.

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Point2 offers an abundance of information about Cranbrook, BC real estate, including property descriptions and photos, as well as demographic stats. In addition, you’ll find a more detailed overview of the local market at the bottom of the search result page.


Established in 1898 and incorporated as a city in 1905, Cranbrook is a city in the southeastern region of British Columbia that hosts around 19,300 citizens and has a land area of roughly 32 square kilometers.

One of the secret delights of this small city is the fact that it has more hours of sunshine per year than any other city in the province. This also makes it one of the drier cities in British Columbia, even during the winter season.

Cranbrook’s main economic drivers for employment and growth come mostly from the public sector, and from the forestry and construction sectors.

Cranbrook is known for offering the best of two worlds – the cozy feel of a small town and the boisterous luxury of the big city.


Cranbrook, British Columbia

Cranbrook, BC
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: British Columbia

  • Population: 19,319

  • Area: 31.95 km2



Cranbrook’s main economic drivers for employment and growth come mostly from the public sector, and from the forestry and construction sectors. There used to be a greater reliance on the resource industry until they realized that there was a strong need to diversify their economic strengths. This effort was largely successful, and resulted in 41.9% of working citizens with some form of post-secondary education.

An attractive feature of the city is that it is extremely friendly towards entrepreneurs and business owners. Their official website offers numerous resources for those looking to get started, and the city’s location offers ideal conditions for business-oriented individuals. Not only are other major nearby cities easily accessible, but there is also an international airport here. This creates a massive opening for provincial, national and international markets that have untapped potential.



Cranbrook is known for offering the best of two worlds – the cozy feel of a small town and the boisterous luxury of the big city. It is regarded by many tourism experts as a true mountain community, where people are more than content to spend the rest of their lives. People can choose to live comfortably in the center of the city, and take an easy commute towards the wilderness.

The fact that Cranbrook experiences true winter and summer seasonsallows for a diverse range of activities to become available. It also helps that Cranbrook is regarded as one of the safest cities in the province, which contributes to the high level of satisfaction reported by local citizens. With all of these features, it is surprising to see that Cranbrook experiences a very low level of annual population growth!

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Main Sections of the City

As a small mountain city, there is only a slight distinction between the town center area and the rural area. The town center area is home to all the major businesses, schools, annual events, and shopping malls. This makes it a welcoming community for startups and other companies. The rural area, on the other hand, hosts the wildlife and the trail parks that the city is known for. Outdoor enthusiasts and those preferring a quiet life will tend to spend most of their time in this area.


Real Estate Market

Cranbrook is primarily home to traditionally designed homes, some dating all the way back to the early 1900s. You can expect to see an abundance of fully detached residential homes, bungalows, and mansions within the city. Newcomers will be surprised to see that there are very few low-rise condominiums and apartments available for rent. The homes are fairly expensive, costing anywhere from mid 6-figure sums to low 7-figure sums. The real estate market in Cranbrook is particularly enticing to those who enjoy having a beautiful view of nature without having to leave their homes.

Home Style Median Price
Home $374,900
Apartment $149,700

The table above is based on data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available). Median prices are based on data from



There is only one post-secondary institution in Cranbrook, and it is known as the College of the Rockies. Although it only has 2,500 students in total, it offers a wide variety of programs across multiple sectors that lead to the acquisition of a bachelor’s degree, an apprenticeship or a diploma. They offer courses both in-class and online, which makes educational pursuits easier for those who don’t have the means to attend class in person. Although some students choose to stay in Cranbrook, others choose to leave the city for post-secondary education after they graduate from high school.

There are only 8 elementary schools (K-8) in total, each offering their own unique strengths in a wide variety of aptitudes. Parents are usually aware of their children’s talents, and choose the school that will allow them to foster those talents even further. Some of the top schools in Cranbrook include (but are not limited to) St. Mary’s, Steeples, and Gordon Terrace. These schools are chosen because of their standings in reading, writing and mathematics.


Entertainment and Tourism

If you are a big fan of the outdoors, Cranbrook is the place to be. Golf enthusiasts should head on over to the Cranbrook Golf Club for a fast-paced 18 holes at an affordable price. The community forest offers plenty of scenic nature and trails to explore, covering a grand total of 2,000 acres. There are also plenty of options available for those who prefer to stay inside – restaurants, shopping malls, mom & pop shops, and more!

For those of you who are history buffs, it would be worth your while to check out the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel. Cranbrook was hugely involved in the construction of Canada’s railways, and you can learn more about the city’s involvement in this historic development. The Fort Steele Heritage Town is another place that comes highly recommended by local inhabitants. Here, you will have the privilege of seeing this formerly prosperous city preserved as an artifact of Canadian history in the 20th century. In addition to heavy participation in building the BC Southern Railway, mining was a major contributor to the region’s economic development.

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