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Living in Peoria, IL

Look beyond the skyline materializing from the banks of the Illinois River, flanked by the rolling farmland of Central Illinois and you will be pleasantly surprised by the eclectic features offered to those that come to visit and live in Peoria and its surrounding communities. Home to an emerging nationally recognized medical community second in the Midwest only to Chicago; to the largest mining and construction equipment manufacturing company and to Bradley University, Peoria attracts people from a variety of backgrounds, ethnicity and walks of life.

Culture, sports and entertainment in Central Illinois thrive in Peoria. Downtown Peoria boasts the Civic Center which attracts events ranging from the symphony, to the ballet to Broadway plays and concerts that play in big city venues. We look forward to a planned complex of a museum, IMAX theatre and sports venue in addition to the delightful riverfront and community festivals that occur year round sure to attract people from around the Midwest and boost the Central Illinois economy. Come here and cheer on Peoria’s sports teams in hockey, football and baseball or join the Bradley Braves basketball fans at Carver arena for a Saturday afternoon of fun!

Along with the Midwestern values that “play in Peoria”, our surrounding communities are known for providing a terrific place to raise a family. Public and private schools offer top quality educational opportunities recognized for its excellent test scores and gifted student programs. Plan family activities around the miles of hiking trails; parks and recreational facilities; and Chicago and St. Louis are an easy driving distance for weekend getaways.

You will find in just a short time, the best part of Central Illinois is the people! Always friendly and ready to offer a helping hand to their neighbors, the people make Peoria special. Proud of our community and our big hearts, the people of Central Illinois host the Midwest affiliate for St. Jude. With all of this, it should be no wonder to live, work and raise a family in the Heart of Illinois!

Peoria Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 279 homes for sale in Peoria, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
94% Single Family and 6% Land/lot.

94% Single Family
6% Land/lot

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 279
Average Home Size 1,883 ft² / 175 m²
Price Range ($10,900 - $1,690,000)

Weather in Peoria

The average high temperatures in Peoria range from 32 in January to 87 in July

Average home income in Peoria

The average household income of a Peoria resident is $70,643 with an average home value of $125,428

Population of Peoria

Peoria has 134,930 residents.

Home ownership in Peoria

The average level of home ownership in Peoria is 60%.

Education breakdown of Peoria

Education levels of residents of Peoria include: highschool 28%, associate 9%, bachelor 17%, graduate 12%.

Households in Peoria

Peoria has 55,567 homes, built on average 58 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 279 homes for sale in Peoria. These homes are comprised of Single Family and Land/lot. The average list price of these property results is 158,835. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Peoria please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 279 homes for sale in Peoria, IL are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Peoria area. Member brokerages representing the 279 homes include Jim Maloof/Realtor® and Crowne Realty, LLC.