The Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline: Securing Water for the Future

The Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline water project is an 11.5-mile culinary water transmission line, which is expected to begin construction in early 2016, courtesy of the WCWCD (Washington County Water Conservancy District). The WCWCD was first founded in the early 60s to oversee Washington County’s water needs.

Charged with safeguarding, increasing, controlling and ensuring critical water supplies for southwestern Utah, the WCWCD is in a never-ending struggle between supply and demand to deliver a safe, maintainable water supply for existing and future generations for the greater St. George area.

Currently, the WCWCD oversees the administration of the areas many reservoirs, culinary pipelines, private water wells, County water storage tanks, water treatment facilities, hydropower plants, diversion dams and host of other projects. The system is currently capable of pumping more than 35 million gallons of water a day to the many nearby thirsty communities of St. George, Washington, Hurricane, Santa Clara, Ivins, Toquerville, La Verkin and the town of Virgin.

The Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline: Securing Water for the Future

The Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline: Securing Water for the Future

The Washington County Water Conservancy District has long planned the installation an 11.5-mile culinary water pipeline – a.k.a. the Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline – the purpose of this pipeline is to provide a consistent source of culinary water to the communities of St. George, Washington and Hurricane. Projected to cost approximately $14 million, and likely to start construction in 2016, the Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline will increase overall system productivity and safety, allowing the WCWCD to augment water supplies from the deep and plentiful Sand Hollow aquifer during times of scarcity and drought.

Securing water for future growth, Southern Utah’s newest water source will be pumped from the wells near the Sand Hollow Reservoir, trek along the southern corridor through Warner Valley, eventually connecting to the present St. George and Washington municipal water systems.

( Photo Courtesy of The Washington County Water Conservancy District)

Learn More about the Washington County Water Conservancy District And How You Might Help Protect Our Future Water Supplies…

Beehive State Buzz: Zion-Mount Carmel Rock Slide Closes Road, Quail Creek Provides Water for Growth, and the “Stormin’ Mormon” Lists Murray Home

St. George, Utah – Wednesday morning a massive rockslide obstructed the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway in Zion National Park, thanks to Quail Creek reservoir Washington County has continued to grow, and the former Dallas Mavericks center Shawn Bradley (a.k.a. the Stormin’ Mormon), has listed his King sized home for sale in Murray, UT. The nearly 10,000 ft.² chalet can be had for just over $3,900,000

Beehive State Buzz: Zion-Mount Carmel Rock Slide Closes Road, Quail Creek Provides Water for Growth, and the “Stormin’ Mormon” Lists Murray Home

Those are the News headline for Southern Utah … let’s exercise a little due diligence and drill down on these Utah news stories.

Gravity Doesn't Sleep, Rocks will Roll

Gravity Doesn’t Sleep, Rocks will Roll

Gravity Doesn’t Sleep, Rocks will Roll

A massive rockslide occurred early Wednesday morning blocking the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway in Southern Utah’s National Parks, closing the road between Canyon Junction and the east entrance of the park, making the entire eastside of the park inaccessible to the public. The rockslide took place on the 90° switchbacks west of the Zion Tunnel, near the Pine Creek Bridge. A detour for the east and west traffic has been arranged via Highway 59, connecting Hurricane to Fredonia and Highway 14 from Cedar City to Long Valley Junction.

 

 Quail Creek Reservoir, St. George, Utah

Quail Creek Reservoir, St. George, Utah

Quail Creek Reservoir Pumps Life Into Washington County Economy

First dedicated to the public approximately 30 years ago (Sept. 30, 1985), the long and arduous construction of the critical southern Utah reservoir began in 1982. In the early-80s, Washington County’s population was approximately 36,000 residents, at that time it enjoyed an annual tax base of roughly $100 million dollars, according to Ron Thompson, the general manager of the Washington County water Conservancy District. As of 2015 the county’s population has exploded to over 150,000 occupants with a yearly tax base of approximately $15 billion. With a storage capacity to approximate 40,000 acre-feet of water, Quail Creek reservoir provides a projected yearly economic boost to the local economy of approximately $75.7 million.

 

 Shawn Bradley lists Murray, Utah home

Shawn Bradley lists Murray, Utah home

Stormin’ Mormon Lists Home For Sale

Former Dallas Mavericks Center Shawn Bradley, a.k.a. the “Stormin’ Mormon,” has just listed his Murray, Utah, home for $3,950,000. Located just south of SLC (Salt Lake City), Bradley’s massive chalet-style home enjoys a large horse barn near the five-bedroom main house and is located on roughly on 3.5 acres. Providing an ideal scenario for the active outdoor lifestyle, views from the back covered deck overlook Big Cottonwood Creek. In addition to providing breathtaking views, Bradley’s Murray home allows its residents to relax near the pool or by the fire pit.

Those are your southern Utah headlines for Thursday, September 24, 2015 … go out and make it a great day.

(Main Photo Courtesy of UtahRealEstate.com)

St. George News: Summer Rains Ease Drought, First Friday Goes Country, and USA PickleBall Association Chooses St. George

Abundant August rains provided relief for certain parts of Utah, St. George’s Streetfest gets ready for a little Boot Scootin’ country music this Friday, and the USA Pickleball Association selects St. George Utah as the host for their 2016 Western Regional Championship Tournament.

It’s Thursday, September 3, 2015 and those are your St. George, Utah Headlines. Now let’s drill down on some facts…

St. George News:

Summer Rains Ease Drought

Summer Rains Ease Drought

Thanks to the recent rains from Utah’s monsoon season, which provided some relief from the state’s water worries (due to a diminished snowpack from a lackluster winter and subpar spring runoff) Northern Utah’s rain totals for August were well over 100%. As of August 31, 2015, the Provo/Jordan River watershed recorded an astonishing 153% above average – meanwhile the Weber/Ogden area pulled in a respectable 144% of its average rainfall for the month of August. According to the monthly Utah Water and Climate Report prepared by the Utah Snow Survey with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, a healthy rainfall drenched much of northern half of the state … but left southwestern Utah in need. As of July 3rd southern Utah has only received 74% of its average rainfall. Currently the Statewide reservoir storage sits at 55% … representing a 5% drop from July.

 

 

First Friday Goes Country

First Friday Goes Country

The August First Friday ‘George Streetfest’ on Main Street will kickoff this Friday, August 4th at 6 PM — In support and celebration of the September 17th Dixie round-up rodeo, this Friday’s Streetfest will feature some serious country swagger. In the saddle for this month’s event will be the country crooner Ed Montana, looking to set the tone with a few cowboy ditties, a little poetry and the occasional tall tale from the great Southwest, Ed will be entertaining in front of the Zion Brewing Company Jazz Garden. In addition to entertaining the masses with a little country music and some watered-down libations, this month’s Streetfest will be supporting those who struggle with addiction by promoting ‘National Recovery Awareness Month.’

 

 

 

 

USA PickleBall Association Chooses St. George

USA PickleBall Association Chooses St. George

On September 1, the St. George recreation department announced that the USAPA (USA Pickleball Association) selected St. George Utah as the host of its West Regional Championship Pickleball Tournament to be held in April of 2016. While still a mystery to some, Pickleball is considered one of the fastest growing activities in the U.S. – particularly for those over the age of 55. While traditionally a sport for the retired set, a recent study estimates there is approximately 2.5 million playing Pickleball nationally. And according to Wayne Bullock, St. George’s Dir. of pickle ball and tennis in the city “We’re seeing a lot more young people come out and play.”

Utah Continues to Gather Accolades: Now #2 For High-Tech Job Growth

St. George, Utah – While the Silicon Valley and Seattle Washington have long been the historic hub for high-tech jobs and technological advancements in the U.S., a new report which lists the states with the fastest-growing high-tech job sector has Utah ranked as number two in the nation for growth.

  1. Minnesota (8.36 percent).

  2. Utah (5.75 percent)

  3. Nebraska (5.22 percent)

  4. Michigan (4.47 percent)

  5. Florida (4.27 percent)

Not surprising!

Utah Continues to Gather Accolades: Now #2 For High-Tech Job Growth

Utah Continues to Gather Accolades: Now #2 For High-Tech Job Growth

On a yearly basis we see articles that extol the virtues of living in Utah, anointing our cities as the best place to retire or one of the fastest growing in the nation. Regardless how the national media slices it, Utah remains a state brimming with opportunity for millennial hipsters searching for their high-tech future and retirees looking to enjoy an increased quality of life with a reduced cost of living.

Because of Utah’s embracing of STEM (Science, Technology, Energy and Math) the state enjoyed a serious uptick in high-tech hiring during 2015 … Jumping 5.75% on a year-over-year basis. The focal point for this growth has primarily occurred in Salt Lake City, Provo and Ogden, thanks to the state’s commitment to higher education.

As the “Silicon Slopes” continue to attract companies like Microsoft, Adobe and Intel, Utah’s fiscal stability allows the private sector to confidently risk growth capital and build its labor force. As a direct result, Pew recently announced Utah is one of only four states to maintain its long-running AAA credit rating over the last 45 years.

Bluff St. at Sunset Boulevard: UDOT Modifies $51 Million Traffic Design

St. George, Utah – UDOT (A.K.A. The Utah Department of Transportation) and the City St. George have agreed on a plan to improve the ever-increasing traffic flow and safety on Bluff Street at Sunset Boulevard, addressing some of St George’s current and future traffic concerns.

After trashing the initial traffic plan, a handful of St. George business owners at the nearby shopping complex are claiming their voices and ideas are being heard and considered after UDOT modified its plans for an intersection upgrade near their retail shops.

According to online reports, The Utah Department of Transportation provided their new design for the Bluff Street and Sunset Boulevard intersection at a public meeting last week.

“There’s a lot of traffic on these two streets that bring clients to the business,” said St. George Massage Envy owner Roy Thacker.

The modified traffic design for the Bluff / Sunset intersection keeps traffic at ground level, while still allowing for traffic growth. The major change will be the primary flow is somewhat shifted so that Bluff Street feeds primarily onto Sunset. Paradoxically, the new traffic flow will mimic the way traffic originally ran 50 years ago. Additionally, UDOT will provide a new pedestrian tunnel underneath the street – keeping southern Utah’s pedestrians safe.

Not likely to start until 2018, the $51 million traffic project is being undertaken to address and plan for the area’s projected growth through the year 2040.

The public can provide UDOT with comments and suggestions until September 1, 2015

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

St. George, Utah – it’s Monday, August 24, 2015, and since this time last week we’ve had a total of 36 single-family residential listings and/or condominiums successfully close escrow in southern Utah, according to the Washington County Board of Realtors.

Also, over the weekend, Utah received two incredibly cool accolades in the national press. The first round of praise came as it was reported that Salt Lake City now maintains the second-largest Goldman Sachs office in the United States – earning them the title: the new ‘Wall Street of the West.’ Secondly, Utah earned the designation of being the second fastest-growing state for high-tech jobs in 2015. It’s stories like these that help to explain why Utah’s real estate sales have remained strong over the summer.

With those interesting factoids in mind, over the past seven days in Southern Utah we’ve seen 28 listings in Saint George close escrow; 7 in Washington City; 1 in Santa Clara, and 0 in Ivins.

Need a little more detail?

For those pursuing more specific MLS data on our recently sold Washington County real estate listings, the below FlexMLS information provides a broad overview of the recently closed escrows. Highlighting the recently sold property’s physical address, it’s original list price, the property’s ultimate sales price, and it’s total days on market.

The recently closed 36 escrows occurred in the following subdivisions: Bloomington Gardens, Bloomington Hills, Bristol Park Townhomes, Casitas Del Sol, Casitas Hidden Valley, Copper Leaf Sienna, Coral Ridge Townhomes, Cotton Creek Townhomes, Escalera, Estates at Hidden Valley, Foster Hills East, Fox Cove, Gardens Condos, Hidden Valley Townhomes, Highland Park – Coral Canyon, Indian Knolls, Las Lomas, The Ledges of St. George, Lexington Hills Townhomes, Park at Green Valley, Rusted Hills, Sage Meadows, Springfield townhomes, Sun River, Suncrest, and Toroweap @ Entrada.

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

Price | Status | MLS #List PriceSold PriceSold DateDays On MarketList/Sold Price Sqft

1

$
1341 S Indian Knolls
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 14-162349  

100,00008/18/20152640.13 / NA

2

$629,500
1938 E 1200 Circle N 510
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167061  

649,000629,50008/17/201524121.26 / 117.62

3

$600,000
1645 W Red Cloud Drive
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-166346  

649,995600,00008/20/201584159.16 / 146.91

4

$565,000
346 N Black Canyon Avenue
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-167386  

Status Change

599,000565,00008/21/201555180.31 / 170.08

5

$531,738
2894 E 1450 S
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 13-147705  

600,000531,73808/19/20151153.3 / 135.86

6

$490,000
3672 MULBERRY Drive
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166249  

499,900490,00008/19/201556119.34 / 116.97

7

$378,000
2085 N Tuweap Drive #49
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167312  

Status Change

385,000378,00008/20/201536147.51 / 144.83

8

$375,000
803 Swiss Haven
Santa Clara, UT 84765
Closed / 15-163568  

375,000375,00008/19/2015139125.84 / 125.84

9

$339,999
3158 South Bronco Drive
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-166739  

339,999339,99908/18/201533144.07 / 144.07

10

$339,523
2969 E 1930 Circle S
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 14-160731  

232,900339,52308/20/201515479.87 / 116.43

11

$319,000
4735 S Bonita Bay Drive
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166052  

319,850319,00008/17/20159178.19 / 177.72

12

$310,033
4263 E Bayhill Drive 39A
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-167019  

Status Change

320,033310,03308/19/201540171.14 / 165.79

13

$293,421
1620 E 1450 S 44
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-164338  

298,500293,42108/17/2015152156.45 / 153.78

14

$289,900
995 E MCKINLEY Way
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167446  

289,900289,90008/17/2015275.22 / 75.22

15

$278,000
2431 S 2100 E
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-164637  

Status Change

285,000278,00008/20/2015134132.87 / 129.6

16

$253,000
358 E MUNICH
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-168607  

Status Change

259,900253,00008/20/20155160.73 / 156.46

17

$249,900
281 E MUNICH Drive
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166665  

249,900249,90008/19/20157153.22 / 153.22

18

$249,000
949 N Ocotillo Drive
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-166075  

249,999249,00008/17/201595130.82 / 130.3

19

$235,000
2093 E 140 S
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166299  

Status Change

235,000235,00008/17/20159110.48 / 110.48

20

$225,000
265 N Dixie #77
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-168522  

227,988225,00008/18/20157140.47 / 138.63

21

$188,010
1690 E Maplewood Way
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-168150  

184,900188,01008/20/201515128.49 / 130.65

22

$175,950
3439 S Barcelona Drive #54
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167111  

Status Change

175,000175,95008/20/201527130.31 / 131.01

23

$167,900
150 N 1100 E #41
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-163193  

163,900167,90008/18/2015165105.13 / 107.7

24

$167,000
1408 W 410 N
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167263  

Status Change

173,000167,00008/21/201530125.54 / 121.19

25

$158,000
385 N 2040 E
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-168547  

169,900158,00008/17/20157153.62 / 142.86

26

$157,500
646 N 2450 E #9
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166538  

169,900157,50008/17/201558120.16 / 111.39

27

$157,000
2930 E 450 #f23
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167517  

159,900157,00008/18/201519113 / 110.95

28

$145,000
370 S Valley View Drive #1
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167948  

Status Change

137,500145,00008/21/2015290.7 / 95.65

29

$145,000
2056 Middleton #40
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-168193  

155,000145,00008/17/201520111.43 / 104.24

30

$138,900
3155 S Hidden Valley Drive #133
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-168167  

139,900138,90008/19/2015397.83 / 97.13

31

$136,738
1331 N Dixie Downs #113
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-165390  

Status Change

144,900136,73808/21/20154190.9 / 85.78

32

$135,500.05
545 S Valley View Drive #97
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-165712  

180,000135,500.0508/20/201567100.84 / 75.91

33

$126,500
1735 W 540 #1805
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167972  

Status Change

126,900126,50008/21/2015292.43 / 92.13

34

$122,000
50 W 400 S #5
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-168331  

115,000122,00008/19/20154124.73 / 132.32

35

$82,500
190 N 100 E
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-167622  

83,90082,50008/17/2015280.98 / 79.63

36

$51,000
161 W 950 #d5
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-166810  

53,50051,00008/18/20157565.56 / 62.5

The above information is presented as a courtesy of Alex Yeager @ 435MLS.com: Your southern Utah real estate expert for St. George and its surrounding communities. Specializing in southern Utah luxury real estate, new construction, gated communities and southern Utah’s many golf communities.

*Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. © 2015 435MLS and FBS. Prepared by ALEXANDER YEAGER, 435MLS on Monday, August 24, 2015 4:20 AM.

 

Stone Cliff Real Estate for Sale: Can You Spot the Deal?

Most savvy real estate investors understand the value of purchasing the least expensive home – on a per square foot basis – in the nicest neighborhoods. By doing so, they insulate themselves in more desirable neighborhoods that are likely to appreciate at a faster rate, thereby enjoying value-added amenities and more stable appreciation over time.

Stone Cliff Real Estate for Sale: Can You Spot the Deal?

Stone Cliff Real Estate for Sale: Can You Spot the Deal?

For instance, in the guard gated community of Stone Cliff, amenities and security are a huge draw for southern Utah’s high net worth individuals. Featuring a 24-hour guard on duty, the Stone Cliff subdivision enjoys tennis courts, pickle ball courts, a clubhouse with a fitness center and spa, and both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool.

With over 18 single-family residential listings (freestanding homes – not condominiums) currently for sale within the Stone Cliff subdivision, some homes for sale offer better investment opportunities than others. While there are a few ways to dissect the value of a specific property – List Price vs. Price Per Square Foot – the intrinsic value of the subdivision’s amenities underpins the potential appreciation of all properties within the subdivision.

Understanding the above concept, today we see there are currently 18 homes for sale in Stone Cliff. Most of which are listed for well over $200 per square foot: 11 between $372.06 per square foot – $210.09 per square foot, and six between $189.78 per square foot – $133.14 per square foot. With that said, can you spot the best deal in Stone Cliff?

Price | Status | MLS #List PriceSold PriceSold DateDays On MarketList/Sold Price Sqft

1

$649,000
1724 S Rockcress
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-162975  

649,000251108.42 / NA

2

$924,000
2266 E STONE CLIFF
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-167623  

924,00050133.14 / NA

3

$949,000
2423 E Granite Way
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-167708  

949,00045144.4 / NA

4

$899,900
1635 S View Point Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-164130  

899,900182148.28 / NA

5

$695,000
1670 S STONE CLIFF Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-167436  

695,00058161.33 / NA

6

$799,000
1938 STONE CANYON Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 14-161309  

799,000288164.74 / NA

7

$959,900
2325 E COBALT Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-167369  

Price Reduced

959,90061189.78 / NA

8

$998,000
1536 S Cliff Point Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-166044  

998,000108210.9 / NA

9

$1,675,000
1826 S ROCKCRESS
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-162969  

1,675,000211223.6 / NA

10

$998,000
1681 S QUARTZ Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-165834  

998,000118224.27 / NA

11

$1,100,000
1611 VIEW POINT Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 14-159552  

1,100,000350227.88 / NA

12

$1,150,000
2383 E Stone Crest
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-163571  

1,150,000205235.37 / NA

13

$665,000
1714 QUARTZ Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-162655  

665,000222246.39 / NA

14

$825,000
2034 E PINNACLE Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-165691  

825,000121252.45 / NA

15

$850,000
2010 E PINNACLE Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-166294  

850,000101253.73 / NA

16

$1,200,000
2079 E PINNACLE Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-168088  

1,200,00034284.29 / NA

17

$1,500,000
LOT 1044 COBALT Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-166281  

1,500,000101298.92 / NA

18

$3,995,000
1995 S COBALT Drive
St George, UT 84790
Active / 15-165207  

3,995,000140372.6 / NA

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

St. George, Utah – it’s Monday, August 10, 2015. In scrutinizing the sold real estate activity for southern Utah over the past seven days, we see there were a total of 36 closed escrows in Washington County and its surrounding cities.

That’s right ladies and gentlemen, as the kids get ready to go back to school this Thursday in Washington County, the following Southern Utah Real Estate Listings have successfully closed escrow in their respective cities: 24 in St. George, 8 in Washington City, 0 in Santa Clara and 4 in Ivins, Utah.

For those looking to drill down on the details for our recently sold southern Utah real estate listings, the below FlexMLS datasheet will provide a broad overview of the recently closed properties. Stipulating the property’s physical address, it’s original list price, the property’s ultimate sales price, it’s total days on market – as well as comparing the property’s original per square foot list price vs. its ultimate per square foot sales price.

The recently closed 36 escrows occurred in the following subdivisions: Bella Terrazza at SunBrook, Bloomington Hills, Color View Townhomes, Copper Leaf Sienna, Coral Canyon, Cottonwood, Desert Breeze Condo, Hidden Valley, Washington Fields, Indian Oaks, Ironwood, The Legacy, Warm Springs, Paiute Springs Entrada, Palisades, Panorama Park, Pelican Hills Condominiums, Randall Ranches, Riverstone, Riverwood Townhomes, Stone Valley Estates, SunRiver, Tuweap Point Entrada, and Treasure Valley

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

Sold Washington County Real Estate: A Week in Review

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 Price | Status | MLS #List PriceSold PriceSold DateDays On MarketList/Sold Price Sqft

1

$636,756
4969 S Woodruff Circle
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-165520  

639,900636,75608/04/20158281.65 / 280.26

2

$635,000
433 E Park Avenue Way
Ivins, UT 84738
Closed / 15-168685  

Status Change

649,900635,00008/07/20151185.69 / 181.43

3

$502,500
2549 W Sinagua Trail # 62
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167137  

579,000502,50008/03/201523323.1 / 280.41

4

$448,000
140 N Brokenstone Trail
Ivins, UT 84738
Closed / 15-166326  

460,000448,00008/05/201543174.37 / 169.83

5

$420,000
2863 E 1240 S
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-163972  

Status Change

442,500420,00008/07/2015133132.13 / 125.41

6

$383,000
842 E APACHE
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 14-159653  

399,000383,00008/04/2015266106.37 / 102.11

7

$365,000
442 E NAGANO Drive
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-164568  

369,900365,00008/03/2015105167.15 / 164.93

8

$358,000
2090 N Tuweap Drive #2
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 14-160769  

Status Change

360,000358,00008/07/2015274192.82 / 191.75

9

$345,000
2161 S Chippenham Court W
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-165872  

Status Change

349,900345,00008/07/201561173.56 / 171.13

10

$345,000
2085 N Tuweap Drive #36
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167624  

350,000345,00008/05/20158179.49 / 176.92

11

$335,245
1055 W 4100 S 36
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-166921  

Status Change

333,700335,24508/07/201562154.13 / 154.85

12

$310,000
3451 S IRIS Circle
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-165002  

319,900310,00008/04/2015104126.69 / 122.77

13

$308,000
2255 N Tuweap Drive #16
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-163805  

329,900308,00008/03/2015154222.45 / 207.69

14

$281,900
973 N 2100 W
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-166450  

269,900281,90008/03/2015598.83 / 103.22

15

$275,446
526 E Ruby Place PL 652
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 14-152787  

264,500275,44608/05/201550394.7 / 98.62

16

$275,000
198 E Fort Knox Way
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-166203  

269,900275,00008/03/201546134.95 / 137.5

17

$270,000
3551 E HIDDEN SPRINGS Drive
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-168235  

275,000270,00008/06/20153172.96 / 169.81

18

$267,500
1097 N Lesa Lane PL 638
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 14-152760  

267,500267,50008/03/2015526125.35 / 125.35

19

$263,668
834 N OCOTILLO Drive
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-166244  

264,900263,66808/03/201516145.55 / 144.87

20

$260,422
1009 W 4100 S 34
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-168568  

260,000260,42208/05/201520136.7 / 136.92

21

$248,000
280 S Luce Del Sol #319
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 14-157421  

255,000248,00008/04/2015350151.52 / 147.36

22

$237,000
1165 W Indian Hills #221
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167274  

239,900237,00008/03/201516131.02 / 129.44

23

$220,000
119 W CLOVER Lane
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-166211  

229,000220,00008/04/201532152.06 / 146.08

24

$220,000
2280 ABRONIA Circle
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167261  

Status Change

239,000220,00008/03/201512125.66 / 115.67

25

$216,000
1985 W 1940 N
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167536  

Status Change

211,199216,00008/06/20152126.09 / 128.96

26

$210,000
4271 S AMBASSADOR Drive
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167358  

Status Change

214,900210,00008/07/201519163.17 / 159.45

27

$205,000
810 S Dixie Dr. #1511
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-167559  

Status Change

209,000205,00008/06/201533121.79 / 119.46

28

$200,000
1341 W Victoria Lane
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-164824  

196,000200,00008/03/2015124144.01 / 146.95

29

$199,900
117 E 200
Ivins, UT 84738
Closed / 15-166911  

Status Change

199,900199,90008/06/201521140.77 / 140.77

30

$190,000
709 N 2200 E
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-164622  

189,900190,00008/04/20158494.95 / 95

31

$182,000
47 N 300 E
Washington, UT 84780
Closed / 15-165584  

185,000182,00008/04/20156388.1 / 86.67

32

$168,500
280 S Luce Del Sol #611
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-168535  

178,000168,50008/03/201529140.16 / 132.68

33

$162,500
2050 S 1400 #1
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167161  

177,000162,50008/05/201543128.26 / 117.75

34

$137,500
3155 S Hidden Valley Drive #108
St George, UT 84790
Closed / 15-167299  

139,900137,50008/05/20151497.83 / 96.15

35

$95,000
35 E 600 #a101
Ivins, UT 84738
Closed / 15-168111  

99,00095,00008/03/2015588.08 / 84.52

36

$80,000
996 N 1725 W #53
St George, UT 84770
Closed / 15-165738  

84,90080,00008/05/20159978.68 / 74.14

 

The above information is presented as a courtesy of Alex Yeager @ 435MLS.com: Your southern Utah real estate expert for St. George and its surrounding communities. Specializing in southern Utah luxury real estate, new construction, gated communities and southern Utah’s many golf communities.

*Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. © 2015 435MLS and FBS. Prepared by ALEXANDER YEAGER, 435MLS on Monday, August 10, 2015 7:10 AM.

Grayhawk Apartments: A New 244 Unit Complex For St. George

St. George is about to get a new influx of apartment inventory!

According to online reports, the sale of approximately 11 acres of freshly grated dirt near the new Mall Drive Bridge has recently been completed in order to facilitate the development of the Grayhawk Apartments at River’s Edge. When fully built out, the 244-unit complex will be one of the more robust apartment developments in Washington County.

As noted by Shon Rindlisbacher, a principal owner of Bach Homes:

“The demand for rental apartments is at an all-time high (in Washington County)”.

Grayhawk Apartments: A New 244 Unit Complex For St. George

Grayhawk Apartments: A New 244 Unit Complex For St. George

The Grayhawk complex at River’s Edge will boast a total of 244 apartments, contained within 12 separate buildings. Providing convenience for all, two of the twelve buildings will include elevators, while the complex will consist of a high-tech clubhouse that will have a 24-hour fitness center, a billiard room, a steam room, a sauna room, a tanning room, and an indoor playroom for kids’.

Furthermore, the Grayhawk complex will deliver a resort-style swimming pool, kids’ splash pad and oversized hot tub. Providing family-friendly amenities, Grayhawk Apartments will also have a playground, covered fireplace gazebo, four pavilions and a barbecue area near the pool area. The construction of Grayhawk Apartments is scheduled to start at the end of 2015.

As single-family residential housing continues to appreciate, excluding some in certain socioeconomic groups, we will no doubt need more developments like this in the greater St. George area.

Happy Pioneer Day St. George! Southern Utah Is Buzzing with Activity

St. George, Utah – it’s Friday, July 24, 2015 … a.k.a. Utah’s Pioneer Day! For those that didn’t get enough fireworks on the 4th of July, today represents the second most explosive day in the Beehive State. While most outside of the state of Utah scratch their heads when they hear about our quaint little holiday, today’s celebration is meant to commemorate the day Brigham Young and the first group of latter-day Saints wandered into the great Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847.

St. George, Utah – Celebrate Pioneer Day at Sunset on the Square – 5 p.m.

Kicking off ‘Sunset on the Square’ at the Town Square Park at 5p.m. – located at 175 E. 200 North – this family-friendly event will feature games made famous in the old West and will immediately be followed by a scheduled movie at 5 PM. Culminating with fireworks after the movie, this St. George Pioneer Day celebration is family tradition all can enjoy.

Washington City, Utah – Pioneer Day Celebrations – 6 p.m.

Washington City’s Pioneer Day festivities will feature a street fair vibe with local vendors, live performances, gastronomical delights, family-friendly amusements and much, much more. The skies over Washington City will light up with celebratory Fireworks beginning at 10 p.m. tonight. Held at the Washington City Community Center, come early to assure your seating near the aquatic center’s pool. Pioneer Day admission is $2 a head, and $1 for children three years old and younger. Located at 350 N. Community Center Drive.

Hurricane, Utah – Pioneer Day 5K Run – Start time 7 a.m.

For the energetically inclined – the St. George Running Club is starting off the Pioneer Day celebrations with a 5K run. Kicking off the event with chocolate milk and donuts for all, the Pioneer Day 5K run will benefit those less fortunate folks in southern Utah. Admission is two cans of food, and simple prizes for overall winners, all kids and those in pioneer attire. Registration is at 6:30 a.m., and there will be donuts and chocolate milk for all. Location: Hurricane Community Center, 63 S. 100 West, Hurricane

Cedar City, Utah – Pioneer Day Parade – 8 a.m.

Courtesy of the Sons and Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Cedar City’s festivities begin at 8 a.m. at the Old Rock Church. A Pioneer Day Parade will then meander down Main Street starting at 10 a.m. Beginning at 200 South and ending at 400 North. The celebrations will continue at Main Street City Park after the parade; featuring food, merriment and mixing Location: Old Rock Church, 75 E. Center Street, Cedar City.

The above events are presented as a courtesy of Alex Yeager @ 435MLS.com: Your southern Utah real estate expert for St. George and its surrounding communities. Specializing in southern Utah luxury real estate, new construction, gated communities and southern Utah’s many golf communities.