Banning and Beaumont's Priciest Homes

Every week, we feature one of the most expensive homes on the real estate market in Banning and Beaumont.

With so much open space around the fringes of Banning and Beaumont it should be no surprise that the most expensive real estate listing on the market in each city comes with more than 14 acres of open space.

The top listing in the Beaumont area is in nearby Cherry Valley at 40355 Avenida Altejo Bella, and comes with 14 acres, full equestrian facilities with two barns, a tennis gazebo and a pool house.  Besides the main 6 bedroom home on the property, there are also two detached guest houses.  The house is on the market for $1.85 million.

In Banning, the 15.82 acres at 15303 Del Rita Road come at a much more reasonable $695,000.  Like the Beaumont home, the Del Rita Road acreage comes with horse facilities, as well as a 1,936 square foot home.

For more information and pictures on the Banning home, view the listing on AOL Real Estate.  The listing for the Beaumont home can also be found on the site.

This is article is part of an ongoing series profiling some of the most expensive properties in Banning and Beaumont as determined by AOL Real Estate. Want to be notified every time we post a new article in this series? Click the "Keep me posted" button in the box below.

Maria January 06, 2013 at 12:02 AM
@Dan, if you are highlighting homes in our area, please note Cherry Valley IS NOT Beaumont.
Dex January 06, 2013 at 05:16 PM
Oh brother people.....obviously the above are 2 cherry valley residents with their panties in a bunch. The article said "in the Beaumont area", and that statement is true. Aren't there more important things to post about? I thought I left all the stuck-up attitude people back in my high school days....
James Hampton January 06, 2013 at 08:57 PM
It's more a question of getting the information straight. This reporter contradicts himself constantly all through out this article. Banning and Beaumont's Pricest homes title is incorrect, its incorrect to then state the most expensive listings in "each city", then contradict those initial statements by admitting a listing is in "nearby" Cherry Valley, getting the facts correct finally. Then the reporter goes right back to calling it the Beaumont home. I understand this is not a big deal, but if a reporter has a duty to have the correct facts at all times, or correct any mistake when notified. If this article was about an accident/crime, would this back and forth of names and or facts be acceptable? Imagine the article instead stating "the black car sped off, with two suspects with one gun, while at the same time stating it was a "white car sped off, with four suspects and three guns", everyone would be piling on for corrections. Not to mention the homeowner attempting to sell their home would most likely like to have the facts straight.
Dex January 06, 2013 at 10:12 PM
If you understand this is not a big deal, then why make it one?
Janet Cole January 07, 2013 at 07:28 AM
Excuse me, I am about to list my home, and I can tell you, if real estates agents can't even get my area correct, then it certainly is a big deal.


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