Living in Apple Valley

Apple Valley’s half-acre minimum lot size makes it unique among High Desert communities. This tradition began with founders Newt Bass and Bud Westlund in the 1940s when they built quality homes with a flavor of the West, and the larger lots allowed for horses, creating the ideal setting for an upscale equestrian lifestyle.

There is no place like home, especially when home is in Apple Valley. The area continues as one of the nation’s top housing markets. Within this explosive market, Apple Valley ranks as the premier residential community.

Clean air, low population density, low crime rates, excellent schools and a suburban semi-rural lifestyle are some of the reasons families first purchased their homes in Apple Valley. Apple Valley continues to be the first choice of homeowners who demand a quality lifestyle. Spacious custom homes on large lots typify Apple Valley’s residential community. From affordable half-acre ranchettes to equestrian estates or executive manors, Apple Valley’s  housing options fit all needs.

Apple Valley’s housing is almost entirely single-family detached homes, with over 54 percent owner-occupied; the median home value is $192,600.

Custom homes have been the norm in Apple Valley over the years. However, quality, upscale, gated communities within Apple Valley are now in high demand. Finding your new home in Apple Valley will be easy because of the outstanding real estate companies in the area. You will be amazed at the selection and options you have. Come and take a look.