Perris Homes for Sale
Located in Riverside County, California, Perris is located north of San Diego. Prior to the late 1800s, Perris was used as farmland and pastures and wasn’t founded until the California Southern Railroad began running through a nearby depot. The cities name, “Perris” shows it’s history to honor Fred T. Perris who was the chief engineer of the California Southern Railroad, and thus helped found the town itself. Even today the town stays true to its roots and you can visit the Pinacate Station where the Orange Empire Railway Museum pays tribute to the railways.
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About Perris California
Perris is located just 47 miles east of the coast, so while the temperatures are warm year-round, you still get a slight breeze to help you stay cool and comfortable. The average low temperature in Perris is 45 and 77 as a high making the overall year quite enjoyable. With a population of 79,133, residents of Perris often enjoy outdoorsy activities such as hiking, hot air ballooning and even skydiving, all of which are local excursions. The private Airport, Perris Valley Airport plays a large role in the town's popularity and has since helped the town gain the nickname, “the skydiving capital of America.”
Perris Elementary School District, Perris Union High School District and the Val Verde Unified School District serve the Perris area. Perris High School was one of the first established in the town, and though it has since been relocated, it was established in 1887.
Things to do
For the adventures out there, skydiving is a huge commodity in Perris, as well as hot air ballooning. In addition, Perris is also known for Lake Perris. Recreational activities such as boating, camping, hiking, horse backing and fishing are all permitted. Lake Perris hosts an annual Triathlon, “Big Rock,” that is best known for it’s sprint and Olympic distances. While visiting the lake you can also take some time to visit the Ya’i Heki Regional Indian Museum, located at the Lake’s State Park.
Perris offers a wide variety of real estate to fit everyone's needs. You can purchase manufactured homes in the area starting at $58,000, space rent and HOA’s vary on amenities, single-family homes range from $275,000 to the mid $400,000s, most of which will also require HOA's.
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