Utah Land for Sale
$995,000, 20.67 Acres , 1200 N 1130 West, Wasatch, Utah
A rare 20-acre parcel in the highly sought-after Northfields of Heber, with amazing views
$125, 2.2 Acres , N 8000 W, Iron, Utah
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$3,750,000, 60 Acres , 1860 Red Hawk Trl, Summit, Utah
Enjoy 60 private acres of horse property within a gated community of estate lots. The Ranc
$2,900,000, 10.83 Acres , 1035 W 1800 Nth, Wasatch, Utah
This remarkable estate is lined with mature trees creating an intimate setting on 20 lush
$27,500, 106.7 Acres , , Iron, Utah
Iron county Lund Land * Real Estate 106 acres borders BLM to South SIZE: 106.7 +/
$3,300,000, 446 Acres , 901 Acoma Street, Summit, Utah
Set upon the northwest corner of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Little Bear Ran
$4,900,000, 512.83 Acres , 4404 Weber Canyon Rd, Summit, Utah
Located only 30 minutes from first-class ski resorts, restaurants, spas, galleries, nightl
$14,000,000, 4.63 Acres , 72 White Pine Canyon Rd, Park City, UT 84060, Summit, Utah
Situated on the top of nations largest ski resort, this home is located in the high-securi
$14,900,000, 7.34 Acres , 1401 W Two Creeks Cir, Summit, Utah
Delivering an authentic western experience, polished with a modern air, the residence and
$9,000,000, 7.08 Acres , 2750 Meadow Creek Dr, Summit, Utah
Rare 7-acre estate located in town with ski resort views. This one of a kind property has
$2,200,000, 34.91 Acres , 4411 Weber Canyon Rd, Summit, Utah
Parcel is over 34 acres, trees, views, river frontage and great location.
$5,500,000, 13233 Acres , 901 Acoma Street, Carbon, Utah
Spanning over 20 square miles of excellent hunting habitat rising from the valley floor up
$30,000,000, 1918.03 Acres , 4343 E Weber Canyon Rd, Weber, Utah
Riverbend Ranch is a rare 1,918 acre riverfront estate directly on the Weber River. This 1
$13,333, 10 Acres , , Iron, Utah
This parcel is conveniently located in the adventurist southern part of Utah. This propert
When legendary movie director John Ford wanted to shoot on location in a place that would exemplify the American West he came to Monument Valley, Utah. His first movie in this land of isolated buttes and exquisitely carved rock formations in 1939 was Stagecoach and it made a star of a B-movie actor named John Wayne.
Utah is known world-wide for its arresting terrain; it has spawned five distinctly different national parks - Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Arches, Zion and Bryce - known collectively as the Mighty 5. More than 70 percent of Utah land is government owned and land purchased here is likely to butt up against some of it. Every Utah county contains some national forest.
Residents of the Beehive State are among the nation's most active, from biking the slickrock formations of Moab in northeast Utah to exploring the slot canyons of the southern part of the state. The Wasatch Mountains have spawned some of the most popular ski resorts in the country, especially since Park City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. Few world-class runs are located closer to an international airport than Utah's are to Salt Lake City.
While visitors come to Utah to play, landowners come to settle in a state that consistently ranks high in polls of the "best places to live." One of the fastest growing areas in recent years has been Washington County, the desert land of the state's southwest corner. Less than a two-hour drive from Las Vegas, Washington County is home to the Dixie National Forest, Zion National Park and the main town of St. George.
Lake Powell in southern Utah is 186 miles long and sports 2,000 miles of shoreline property. The lake is one of America's top houseboating destinations - there are 96 major canyon formations to explore while drifting on Lake Powell.