Sperling-Duthie is a residential neighbourhood of mostly single-family homes and some townhomes. It is at the base of Burnaby Mountain, between Duthie and Kensington Avenues and stretches from the Burrard Inlet to the north to Halifax Street in the south.

Neighbourhood amenities

Sperling-Duthie is in the middle of all the best of North Burnaby including shopping, restaurants, parks and recreational facilities.

The Kensington Square shopping centre has a variety of shops, services and restaurants, including a grocery store, wine shop, bank, bakery, drug store and produce stand. Just a short drive west along Hastings Street, the Heights shopping district is like a trip around the world without the jet lag as Italian delis sit next to Vietnamese Pho restaurants next to Parisienne cafés.
It’s also easy to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life as the Sperling-Duthie neighbourhood is close to two of Burnaby’s most renowned parks.

The Burnaby Mountain Conversation Area, that wraps around Burnaby Mountain, offers kilometres of forested hiking and biking trails, spectacular views from the North Shore Mountains to Vancouver Island, a beautiful rose garden and the beloved Horizons restaurant.

The top of the mountain is also home to Simon Fraser University, a world-class research school with more than 30,000 students, 1,000 faculty and staff, and some famous architecture that’s been featured in big-budget Hollywood movies like The Sixth Day and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

At the foot of Burnaby Mountain, and just to the northeast of the Sperling-Duthie neighbourhood, Barnet Marine Park offers the city’s only sandy beach, viewing of wildlife like eagles, cormorants and even the occasional passing whale or seal, all against the spectacular backdrop of the North Shore Mountains and Indian Arm. The park also has a boat launch and pier from which fishers and crabbers try their luck.

Sperling-Duthie is also handy to two golf courses. The Kensington Pitch and Putt, along the neighbourhood’s western edge, shares space with sports fields for baseball, softball and soccer, as well as tennis courts and a hockey rink. And on the eastern edge, Burnaby Mountain Golf Course is a full-sized championship course that has a restaurant, club house and driving range.

Schools

Transit

Hastings Street offers major bus routes that take you directly to downtown Vancouver and to the SFU Campus. There are bus routes that run along Kensington Ave, Sperling Ave and Duthie Ave with access to Brentwood, Lake City and Metrotown SkyTrain stations.

Sperling-Duthie real estate

The Sperling-Duthie neighbourhood is made up mostly of single detached houses for sale. Townhouses and apartments for sale are limited.

Burnaby – Sperling-Duthie Real Estate Prices

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Burnaby – Sperling-Duthie House Prices

YearAverageHighLowMedian
2010955,3542,000,000681,000828,000
2011982,9951,691,000618,888928,500
20121,024,8171,690,000618,000956,500
20131,096,6371,900,000700,000990,000
20141,189,4302,148,000800,0001,131,500
20151,444,1112,580,000871,0001,435,000
20161,892,7223,480,0001,100,0001,737,000
20171,701,7773,038,0001,070,0001,565,000
20181,669,0762,571,4291,168,0001,550,000
20191,543,8482,350,0001,085,0001,480,000

Burnaby – Sperling-Duthie Townhouse Prices

YearAverageHighLowMedian
2010538,000538,000538,000538,000
2011415,302439,900392,012414,950
2012409,350435,000392,500404,950
2013369,500429,500280,000380,000
2014388,400481,000265,000423,000
2015429,933655,000221,600426,500
2016517,566757,000410,000483,700
2017517,475550,000479,900520,000
2018479,500621,000338,000479,500
2019685,500959,000570,000606,500

Burnaby – Sperling-Duthie

641 Sperling Ave, Burnaby, BC V5B 4H6, Canada