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Prestigious homesite in Red Cloud - Lot #27
51 Red Cloud Trail, Park City, Utah 84060
1.08Acres
$3,300,000
One of the few remaining developer parcels in the private gated community of Red Cloud. The last four remaining parcels (#23, #27,#28,#29) are situated on top of Flagstaff Mountain, on the famous Deer Valley Ski Resort. Ski in/out to your custom home during the winter, and enjoy the open meadow with endless hiking/biking trails out your back door during the summer.
Prestigious homesite in Red Cloud - Lot #27
51 Red Cloud Trail, Park City, Utah 84060
1.08Acres
One of the few remaining developer parcels in the private gated community of Red Cloud. The last four remaining parcels (#23, #27,#28,#29) are situated on top of Flagstaff Mountain, on the famous Deer Valley Ski Resort. Ski in/out to your custom home during the winter, and enjoy the open meadow with endless hiking/biking trails out your back door during the summer.
$3,300,000
Prestigious homesite in Red Cloud - Lot #27
51 Red Cloud Trail, Park City, Utah 84060
$3,300,000
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4762- Holland/Rich
Fruitland, Utah
6.70Acres
$59,500
4762- This is a nice secluded log cabin with lots of large pinion pines and junipers, that help keep it well hidden and provides lots of firewood. The cabin appears to be well built and quite attractive. It's wired and has electricity. The owners hauled their water and had an outhouse, a separate shower room, and a storage shed.
4762- Holland/Rich
Fruitland, Utah
6.70Acres
4762- This is a nice secluded log cabin with lots of large pinion pines and junipers, that help keep it well hidden and provides lots of firewood. The cabin appears to be well built and quite attractive. It's wired and has electricity. The owners hauled their water and had an outhouse, a separate shower room, and a storage shed.
$59,500
4762- Holland/Rich
Fruitland, Utah
$59,500
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Snow Drift on Dallas Divide/Telluride
12665 Highway 62, Ridgway, Colorado 81432
138.85Acres
$11,500,000
Snow Drift Ranch on the Dallas Divide is viewed by many as the most photogenic location in CO. Famous photographers from all over the country come to the Dallas Divide to snap photos on a regular basis. The views from this ranch are even better than other locations on the Dallas Divide that are open to the public.
Snow Drift on Dallas Divide/Telluride
12665 Highway 62, Ridgway, Colorado 81432
138.85Acres
Snow Drift Ranch on the Dallas Divide is viewed by many as the most photogenic location in CO. Famous photographers from all over the country come to the Dallas Divide to snap photos on a regular basis. The views from this ranch are even better than other locations on the Dallas Divide that are open to the public.
$11,500,000
Snow Drift on Dallas Divide/Telluride
12665 Highway 62, Ridgway, Colorado 81432
$11,500,000
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Ultimate In-Town Retreat on 17.63 Acres
2636 Aspen Springs Dr, Park City, Utah 84060
17.63Acres
$12,500,000
This Aspen Springs Estate transformation is the ultimate entertainer's and equestrian's dream, located less than 5 minutes from Historic Main Street Park City and three World Class ski resort bases. Experience seclusion on this gated property nestled among mature trees on a rare 17-acre equestrian property in Park City proper.
Ultimate In-Town Retreat on 17.63 Acres
2636 Aspen Springs Dr, Park City, Utah 84060
17.63Acres
This Aspen Springs Estate transformation is the ultimate entertainer's and equestrian's dream, located less than 5 minutes from Historic Main Street Park City and three World Class ski resort bases. Experience seclusion on this gated property nestled among mature trees on a rare 17-acre equestrian property in Park City proper.
$12,500,000
Ultimate In-Town Retreat on 17.63 Acres
2636 Aspen Springs Dr, Park City, Utah 84060
$12,500,000
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2.27 ACRES IN IRON COUNTY, UTAH
E 2400 N, Beryl, UT 84714, USA, Beryl, Utah 84714
2.27Acres
$2,185
This property is located in the high desert just west of Cedar City. The property is 1 and a half hours to Cedar Breaks National Monument and the Brian Head Ski Resort,1 hour and 10 minutes to Kanarraville Falls and 2 hours to Zion National Park. The property is accessible via county road N 3000 E. You may need a 4×4 at certain times of the year to access the property.
2.27 ACRES IN IRON COUNTY, UTAH
E 2400 N, Beryl, UT 84714, USA, Beryl, Utah 84714
2.27Acres
This property is located in the high desert just west of Cedar City. The property is 1 and a half hours to Cedar Breaks National Monument and the Brian Head Ski Resort,1 hour and 10 minutes to Kanarraville Falls and 2 hours to Zion National Park. The property is accessible via county road N 3000 E. You may need a 4×4 at certain times of the year to access the property.
$2,185
2.27 ACRES IN IRON COUNTY, UTAH
E 2400 N, Beryl, UT 84714, USA, Beryl, Utah 84714
$2,185
Under Contract
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Front Row Views of Mount Timpanogos
2999 E Ridgetop Rd, Provo, Utah 84604
0.53Acres
$3,900,000
One of the best views in North America.... This quintessential 'Sundance' mountain home will captivate you the moment you step inside. Upon entering the home, your eyes are drawn to the two-story windows that frame dramatic views of Mt. Timpanogos, providing a natural canvas for this masterpiece.
Front Row Views of Mount Timpanogos
2999 E Ridgetop Rd, Provo, Utah 84604
0.53Acres
One of the best views in North America.... This quintessential 'Sundance' mountain home will captivate you the moment you step inside. Upon entering the home, your eyes are drawn to the two-story windows that frame dramatic views of Mt. Timpanogos, providing a natural canvas for this masterpiece.
$3,900,000
Front Row Views of Mount Timpanogos
2999 E Ridgetop Rd, Provo, Utah 84604
$3,900,000
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4 Tips for Buying Land in Utah

4 Tips for Buying Land in Utah

by Laura Mueller

The Beehive State is growing. People are flocking to Utah to take advantage of its picturesque views and copious amounts of land for sale. And with land averaging out at around just $5,000 an acre read more…

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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 worldwide 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 slick rock 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 house boating destinations – there are 96 major canyon formations to explore while drifting on Lake Powell.

Frequently Asked Questions

The second most fastest-growing state in the United States, Utah, is a center for many different industries in the country. The state has a population of over 3 million. A national survey conducted in 2012 has declared this state as the “best state to live in, in the future”. This was concluded keeping in mind the top 13 measurements in the metrics.

Facts About Utah:

  • The first department store in the nation was established in Utah. ZCMI – Zions Co-Operative Mercantile Institution is still operational here.
  • The state has 5 national parks – Capitol Reef, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, and Bryce known as the Mighty 5.
  • Utah has 6 national forests, 2 national recreation areas, and 7 national monuments.
  • The citizens of this state are known to be among the most active residents in the nation.
  • Rainbow Bridge is the largest natural-rock formation in the world.
  • Utah has the tallest mountain peaks in the nation.
  • The literacy rate in Utah is the highest in the U.S.

Why Should you buy a Property/House in Utah?

Utah is a blooming state in every sense and owning a property here may be worth every penny. The population here is always on the rise and is the second-highest in the country with a 13.9% increase in 2019. Many people & businesses have been flourishing in the state and the number of renters is increasing every year. Utah has seen major universities, banks, and healthcare companies established in the main cities. Washington County is the fastest-growing county in the state which is a 2-hour drive from the wonderful Las Vegas, Nevada.

How is The Climate in Utah?

Utah has 4 distinct seasons. The summer days are hot with cooler nights. The winters are cold with snowfall in the north. However, there is a difference in the climate from the north to the south and from the desert to the mountain region. The desert is hot in the summer days but sees a significant drop in the temperature at night. The average temperature during summer is 70 degrees Fahrenheit in July. The night temperature drops between 55 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The winters have an average temperature below the freezing point.

What is the Cost of Living in Utah?

The average cost of living in Utah is higher than the average national. Housing rates highly impact the cost of living. The median value of a home in Utah is $338,200 which is above most other states. The other factor affecting the cost of living in health costs. The average income of a household is $68,358 which is also higher than the median annual income in the country. Utah employs about 1.45 million people and the largest industries are construction, schools, restaurants, and food while the highest paying ones are agricultural, manufacturing, petroleum refining, and pipeline transportation.

How is the Real Estate Market Doing in Utah?

Zillow has ranked the real estate market in Utah at a 10 on 10 which indicates a “very healthy” market. Though the prices of properties in Utah is on the rise and the supply in comparison with the demand is low, Utah is still considered a great place for buying a property. The housing supply has seen a shortage and the higher wages are still not enough to buy a property there. With the population increasing and fewer properties, it is a great yet tough market to break into. Salt Lake City is the most expensive real estate ground followed by Park City, Highland, Alpine, Bluffdale, and Draper.

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