Peoria: A Suburb Filled with Natural Beauty

Located between Phoenix and Surprise, Peoria is a growing suburb that showcases endless green space, award-winning housing, and some of the area's highest rated schools. And although it might be Arizona's ninth-largest city, it still manages to maintain a small-town atmosphere that truly offers something for everyone. Whether you choose to settle down in a master-planned community, an active adult neighborhood, or an opulent country club, you'll love living your dream lifestyle in Peoria. 

Want to learn more about life in this tight-knit city? Let's explore.

Homes for Sale in Peoria by Price

Peoria Real Estate Market Snapshot

$335K

Average List Price

55

Days on Market

$298K

Average Sold Price

88.9%

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Peoria at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 175,961
County: Maricopa & Yavapai
Zip Codes: 85345, 85381 – 85383, 85373 & 85387
Median Home Value: $311,300

Travel & Commute

Phoenix: 25 mins
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: 27 mins
Glendale: 11 mins
Major Roads: US-60, Loop 101, Loop 303

How to Live Like a Local

Top Local Highlights

Parks & Outdoor Recreation

Known for its endless selection of parks, trails, and outdoor destinations, Peoria has transformed into a hub for nature lovers. Pioneer Community Park is one of the most popular green spaces in town—amenities include a five-acre lake, playgrounds, a splash pad, sports fields, and a dog park. Furry friends love roaming off-leash at Sunnyslope Park, while Rio Vista Community Park is the perfect spot to enjoy a picnic on the water. 

Shopping & Dining

You'll find plenty of places to enjoy a delicious meal or shop the day away when you live in Peoria. Lake Pleasant Towne Center and Park West feature all the retailers you know and love, and the expansive Arrowhead Towne Center is just 11 minutes away. Don't forget to stop by Mercer's Restaurant, the Angry Crab Shack, or Wild Horse West for some Peoria-inspired flavors!

Local Attractions

Because of its top-notch location near Glendale and Phoenix, Peoria is situated near some of the area's most exciting attractions. However, you won't have to drive into the city to find some fun (unless you want to!). Spend some time broadening your cultural horizons at the small but interesting West Valley Art Museum. Try your luck at the Desert Diamond Casino...and be sure to stay for a show. You can also take a quick drive north to visit the Pioneer Living History Museum.  

Career Opportunities

Commuters living in Peoria won't have to endure a long drive to get into the city. In fact, you can reach Glendale in just over 10 minutes, and Phoenix is under a half hour away. Top employers in the area include the Peoria Unified School District, the City of Peoria, Younger Brothers Companies, and The Antigua Group. Peoria is also close to Arizona State University and Glendale Community College. 

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