Salt Lake City is an amazing place to call home. Whether you are buying or selling real estate in Utah, I can help! Give me a call today to see how I can help you achieve your real estate goals.
Established in 1860 as Salt Lake City’s first official neighborhood and named for its perfect grid-like streets, The Avenues boast a hip, artistic vibe. Known for beautiful Victorian homes situated next to brick bungalows and framed cottages... the Avenues combine picturesque residential neighborhoods with versatile shopping, upscale yoga studios, and trendy eateries.
Sugar House is one of Salt Lake’s oldest neighborhoods. Established in 1853 and named for the growing of sugar beets, Sugar House is one of Utah’s most desirable areas. The vibrant Sugar House city center includes diverse shopping, unique eateries, yoga studios, summer farmers markets, and the charming Hidden Hallows Nature Walk and Parley’s Creek. Sugar House has it all when it comes to dining and shopping.
Cottonwood Heights sits south of Salt Lake City, snuggled against the Wasatch Range between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. Cottonwood Heights is the gateway to the "Greatest Snow on Earth" with easy access to Alta, Snowbird, Solitude, and Brighton. Hiking, biking, and climbing are all out your back door. The neighborhood's perch on east bench affords breath-taking city views to the west and majestic mountains to the east. A vibrant, engaging suburban lifestyle with a wide range of homes and excellent education options, Cottonwood Heights is a place people want to live.
What were once farming and mining communities, Sandy and Draper are located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains and boast an array of activities and community focused neighborhoods. Sandy and Draper feature large lots, multi-story estates, mid-century modern homes, and ranch-style ramblers. Home to the Sandy Amphitheater, Draper Rodeo, South Towne Expo Center, Rio Tinto Soccer Stadium, Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Salt Lake County Equestrian Park, over 100 miles of hiking and mountain biking, and many public golf courses, Sandy and Draper are a short distance to the best that Salt Lake City has to offer.
South Jordan is a city of opportunity, beauty, and charm. As the gateway to Utah’s Silicon Slopes which encompasses information technology, software development, hardware manufacturing, and research firms along the Wasatch Front, South Jordan is a major center of growth in the Salt Lake Valley. Known for its specialized and driven workforce, it attracts the some of the best high-tech companies and entrepreneurial start-ups in the country. South Jordan abounds in shopping, dining, and indoor and outdoor community amenities. From the Jordan River Parkway; numerous parks and playing fields; hiking and biking trails; stocked fish ponds; and over 250 acres of natural open space, there is something for everyone in South Jordan.
From Alpine and Highland to Lehi and Saratoga Springs, Silicon Slopes boasts picturesque neighborhoods and stunning mountain views. Thanksgiving Point, home to the Museum of Natural Curiosity, the 55-acre Ashton Gardens, and the Museum of Ancient Life entertains people of all ages. Neighboring a number of Utah’s World Class ski resorts and the American Fork canyon, Silicon Slopes is conveniently located near the best of Utah’s winter activities. In the summer, residences can cool off at the all new Seven Peaks Resort, play a round of golf at one of the many public courses, or access hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails.
Just north of Salt Lake City, Davis County including Bountiful and Farmington boast attractive mountainside neighborhoods with breathtaking views. Known as the “Garden Spot” of Utah, Bountiful is green with parks and natural open spaces including Mueller Park and Holbrook Creek. Rich in both culture and charm, Bountiful’s Historic District includes beautiful homes, awe-inspiring landscape, grand trees, and a historic main street featuring boutique shops and the Bountiful Davis Arts Center. Bountiful is centrally located in a vibrant recreation and entertainment hub featuring unbeatable indoor and outdoor activities.
Once a lawless frontier town, Ogden maintains a fiercely independent spirit, but now with a more focused mountain-to-metro personality. Ogden is named one of the Best Places for Business and Careers and Fastest Growing City in America by Forbes Magazine. Historic neighborhoods offer charming and affordable housing options. The Jefferson Avenue Historic district boasts distinct Victorian style homes while the Eccles Avenue Historic District features Prairie style architecture. Newer neighborhoods offer options for every buyer from condos and town homes to single family retreats in traditional and contemporary styles.
Logan was recently named by Business Insider as the #1 place to live in the Western United States. Home to Utah State University, world class skiing, climbing, hiking, and Bear Lake, Logan has a lot to offer.
Known for its charm and world class skiing, Park City, Utah is a small resort town nestled in the middle of the mighty Wasatch range in the Rocky Mountains. Home to renowned ski resorts and the Sundance Film Festival, it’s no wonder Park City was named by Outside Magazine as 'The Best Town in America.' Main Street is heart of Park City, with numerous award-winning restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries, it’s not to be missed. Mountain living is about hiking, skiing, being outdoors, and living life. In addition to its numerous recreational and cultural offerings, Park City boasts one of the best school and library systems in the state.
Located below the majestic peaks of the Uintas, the mountain communities of Peoa, Kamas, Oakley, Woodland, Francis, Hoytsville, and Coalville boast stunning views and wild natural beauty. Popular with outdoor enthusiasts and ranchers, these townships offer a wide range of real estate options including farmstead estates, large lots to build your dream home on, and small subdivisons with a quiet neighborhood feel. Just a short distance to Park City and Salt Lake City, these towns have a preserved sense of nature and community without the hustle and bustle of a larger city.
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