114 Homes For Sale in San Jacinto, CA

  • House In College
    $450,000New
    5 Beds3 Baths2,208 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Tiffany M Martinez
    |
    Real Estate Agent
  • Upgraded 4-Bedroom House In Sunrise Ranch
    $488,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,192 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Oralia Delgado
    |
    RE/MAX Champions
  • Upgraded 3-Bedroom House In Palisades Ranch
    $490,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Colleen White
    |
    Coldwell Banker Associated Brokers Realty
  • 1-Story House In Heritage
    $319,000New
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Lauren Anderson
    |
    CENTURY 21 Full Realty Services
  • House In Heritage
    $219,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Jessica Terpstra
    |
    Coldwell Banker Associated Brokers Realty
  • Upgraded 5-Bedroom House In De Anza
    $479,900
    5 Beds3 Baths2,385 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Jean Tanner
    |
    NATIONAL REALTY GROUP
  • Upgraded 4-Bedroom House In Rose Ranch
    $450,000
    4 Beds3 Baths1,972 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Marissa Lucero
    |
    Beautiful Homes Real Estate
  • House In Rose Ranch
    $556,000
    4 Beds3 Baths2,535 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Ben Braksick
    |
    OPENDOOR BROKERAGE INC.
  • House In Park Hill
    $450,000
    4 Beds3 Baths2,144 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Regina Martinez
    |
    Rafael Morgutia Broker - Mo
  • 1-Story House In De Anza
    $346,900
    3 Beds2 Baths1,194 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Greg Morse
    |
    Websco Brokerage
  • 1-Story House In Equestrian Downs
    $479,500
    4 Beds2 Baths2,903 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Vahan Gevorgyan
    |
    Coldwell Banker Hallmark Realty
  • Upgraded 4-Bedroom House In Soboba
    $650,000
    4 Beds3 Baths2,441 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Ivan Cazarez
    |
    eXp Realty of California, Inc
  • Updated 2-Bedroom House In River
    $110,000
    2 Beds1 Bath500 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92583
    Michele Willerford
    |
    Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Vogler Feigen
  • 3-Bedroom House In Equestrian Downs
    $649,000
    3 Beds2 Baths1,991 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Jose Constantino
    |
    Brubaker Culton R.E. & Dev.
  • House In Sunrise Ranch
    $469,999
    4 Beds3 Baths2,565 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Viki Tragos
    |
    RE/MAX Champions
  • 2-Bedroom House In De Anza
    $169,000
    2 Beds2 Baths1,440 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Nilda Cancino
    |
    Real Estate Agent
  • 1-Story House In De Anza
    $669,900
    3 Beds1 Bath1,568 Sq. Ft.
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Alonso Ledezma
    |
    San Jacinto Realty
  • Lot In Sunrise Ranch
    $3,700,000
    42 Acres
    San Jacinto, CA, 92582
    Zachary King
    |
    Keller Williams Realty Calabasas
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Sunny and mild San Jacinto, CA is located in Riverside County in Southern California. The population is about 30,000 people and the area is quickly growing. The median home price is at $218,000 and rising. There are several hundred homes on the market, including a fairly large number of foreclosures. It is possible to buy many different types of homes including new construction and suburban dwellings.

The San Jacinto Valley offers many great activities for residents and visitors alike. Due to the major amounts of sunshine, people love to get outside and participate in outdoor sports and events. Try guided bird watching tours or guided trips set up by Valley Recreation, head to an event at the Golden Village Palms RV Resort such as a farmer’s market, concert, car or art show, or attend Taste of the Valley. Enjoy food and entertainment weekly at Villagefest downtown. Go boating, swimming, or try a new watersport at Lake Hemet or Lake Perris State Recreational Area, or go fishing at Diamond Valley Lake. Immerse yourself in nature at the 20,000 acre San Jacinto Wildlife Refuge or hike at one of the many trails.

When the weather gets hot, head indoors into one of the area’s 16 unique museums. Check out the San Jacinto Museum or Hemet Train Depot/Museum, historic Estudillo Mansion or the Western Science Center, which displays the largest Mastodon found in the United States. Wine country is only a short drive away from the city. Temecula has 35 wineries to tour and sample wine. The town has many art galleries to visit and delicious restaurants and shops. The history of the area is influenced by Latino and Native Americans and Latinos. The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians operates the Soboba Casino. There are also annual events celebrating the rich history of the area. The annual agriculture festival in the fall can’t be missed.