1,104 Homes For Sale in Apple Valley, CA

  • Updated 4-Bedroom House In Skyline Ranch
    $385,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,954 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Mohammad Azadzoi
    |
    Elite REO Brokers
  • 2-Bedroom House In Sun City Apple Valley
    $390,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,632 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Branden Beard
    |
    The Ridge Realty Group
  • Lot In Apple Valley
    $175,000New
    8 Acres
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Stacey Hart
    |
    Coldwell Banker Home Source
  • Multi-Family Home In Skyline Ranch
    $460,000New
    Studio2,400 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Robert Basen
    |
    Coldwell Banker Commercial Rea
  • Updated 2-Bedroom House In Sun City Apple Valley
    $310,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,212 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Catherine Lynch
    |
    Lifestyles Realty Group, Inc
  • House In Apple Valley
    $375,500New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,533 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Shannon Micek
    |
    Realty ONE Group Empire
  • House In Apple Valley
    $875,000New
    4 Beds4 Baths3,927 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Madison Jones
    |
    BENCHMARK REALTORS
  • House In Apple Valley
    $479,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,997 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Erik Kirakosyan
    |
    Seward Real Estate & Financial, Inc.
  • Upgraded 4-Bedroom House In Apple Valley
    $460,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,208 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Robert Amato
    |
    RE/MAX FREEDOM
  • 3-Bedroom House In Apple Valley
    $490,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths2,691 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Patricia McCormick
    |
    FIRST CHOICE MORTGAGE INC.
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Apple Valley
    $408,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,786 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Emmett Dalton
    |
    Dalton Real Estate
  • Updated 2-Bedroom House In Apple Valley
    $279,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths965 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Eran Fattal
    |
    Dynasty Real Estate
  • Chic 3-Bedroom House In Apple Valley
    $349,000New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,475 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Gail Afton
    |
    Agio Real Estate Inc. AV
  • House In Apple Valley Vista
    $475,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,789 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92307
    Kari Leon
    |
    Agio Real Estate Inc. AV
  • House In Apple Valley
    $340,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,619 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Selah Bourne
    |
    Real Estate Agent
  • House In Apple Valley
    $365,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,372 Sq. Ft.
    Apple Valley, CA, 92308
    Paul Victor Leon
    |
    Agio Real Estate Inc. AV
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With a population of nearly 70,000 residents, Apple Valley is a popular city in the San Bernardino County. The area was incorporated in 1988. It is full of affordable homes that make it an attractive option for homebuyers. Many of the homes are average size, with a few bedrooms. There are some older homes available and a lot of homes that were built during the 1990s. Some of the homes are built on multiple acres, which is extremely appealing in California.

Interestingly, Apply Valley is called a town instead of a city. The area is one of 21 incorporated municipalities throughout California that prefers the word town. Apple Valley is conveniently located to other San Bernardino County cities including Victorville and Hesperia. Residents can also commute to the cities of San Bernardino and Barstow using the Cajon Pass. The town is located in Mojave Desert, on the south end. The primary road residents rely on is State Route 18, which is commonly called the "Happy Trails Highway." This name is in honor of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Both men used to live in the area, and there was once a museum about them in Apple Valley.

The town is actually relatively large in size. It has an area of 73.5 square miles. Since the area is located in the desert, the climate is arid throughout most of the year. Winds are common during the spring and fall. In the winters, snowfall is a possibility. During the summer, temperatures can rise above the 100s. Most of the town residents work in neighboring cities. Many town members also engage in local farming efforts. Gold miners actually once explored the area. Today, there are multiple schools in the town, including public, private, and charter schools. Most students attend school at one of the public schools. There are two high schools, three middle schools, and seven elementary schools. Some of these schools have been recognized as California Distinguished Schools. The Sycamore Rocks Elementary School is also a National Blue Ribbon School. Nearly 40 percent of the households in the town have young children living at home. Most of these individuals are White; however, there are several other races that live in the area. During the last decade, Apple Valley has experienced significant growth. The affordable homes and quality schools attract many people to the town and make it a top choice in San Bernardino County.