A Treasured Valley- Hemet CA

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Hemet offers a variety of affordable houses.  Prices range from $200,000 to $350,000+. From first-time buyers to retirees, Hemet offers the communities you are looking for.

The major housing developers are listed here: DR Horton, KB Home, RSI TheNewHouse, JD Pierce, and Lennar Communities.  Not only are the homes affordable, but they are also quality homes that will only gain equity as this town grows with the nearby new Soboba Resort.

An Overview of Hemet, California:

Home of The Ramona Pageant, California’s official outdoor play.

Diamond Valley Lake: a man-made off-stream reservoir. It is one of the largest reservoirs in Southern California and also one of the newest.

The Western Science Center: formerly the Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology, is a museum located near Diamond Valley Lake.

Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District: A REGIONAL PARK for recreation & picnicking area. Family park with covered picnic areas, playgrounds, sports fields & basketball & volleyball courts.

Simpson Park: a park and outdoor recreation.

Hemet Maze Stone: a prehistoric petroglyph. It is just outside Hemet in Reinhardt Canyon, within the Lakeview Mountains, in Riverside County, California. On April 16, 1956, it was donated, along with 5.75 acres of land, to Riverside County, by Mr. and Mrs. Rodger E. Miller.

Fingerprints Youth Museum: interactive learning to promote educational experiences
for children and accompanying adults.

Lakeview Mountains: a range of low mountains encompassing approximately 30 square miles of land in western Riverside County, Southern California, at the northern end of the Peninsular Ranges System.

Diamond Valley Lake Visitors Center: Local-history museum featuring excavated fossils & exhibits on regional settlers & dam building.

Domenigoni Mountains: a mountain range in Riverside County, California. They lie north of the Menifee Valley and south of the Perris Valley and San Jacinto Valley, west and north of Diamond Valley and north of Domenigoni Valley.

Valley-Wide’s Diamond Valley Lake Community Park: an 85-acre park with multiple ball fields, picnic areas & a fitness trail.

Wildflower Trail: a hiking area.

Hemet Museum: a modest locale with an eclectic collection of early American, railway & Native American artifacts.

What’s special about living in Hemet? #1 answer – affordable housing

Why does this community stand out to you? It’s a welcoming community of all walks of life



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