St. George, Utah real estate found with this search will include real estate listings located in the subdivisions within the city of St. George: The Ledges of St. George, Stone Cliff, The Cliffs of Snow Canyon, Anasazi Hills at Entrada, Kachina Cliffs at Entrada, Entrada and Snow Canyon Chaco Bench, The Inn at Entrada, Tuweap Point Castle Rock, Sunbrook, the Legacy, the Vintage, Southgate, Green Valley, the Highlands at Green Valley, Sports Village, Shadow Mountain, Bloomington Country Club, Bloomington Gardens, Bloomington Hills North, Bloomington Hills South, Bloomington Ranches, The Boulders, Foremaster Ridge, East Ridge, Woods at Valley View, Eagles Landing, Paragon Cove at Stone Cliff, Oak Creek, Pointe West Estates, Meadow Valley Estates, Spring Estates, Meadow Valley Farms, River Hollow, Shinava Ridge, Coyote Springs, Knolls at Little Valley, Twin Creeks at Stonebridge, SunRiver, Greystone Estates, Reserve at Webb Point, Jedora Estates, Greenfield Estates, Lakota, Morningside Park, Deserts Edge, Paradise Canyon, Quail Valley Estates, Whisper Ridge, Serenity Hills, and St. George proper.
Located just an hour and a half north of Las Vegas on I-15, St. George Utah has long been considered the “Palm Springs” of Utah, and is the financial hub of Washington County. With over 300 days of sunshine annually and boasting an affordable cost of living index, St. George Utah was ranked 47th by Money magazine’s 2014 “Best Places to Live.” With approximately 150,000 people in the greater St. George area, Forbes magazine reported that the median household income is $48,125, while the median house price is an affordable $158,700. With only 4% unemployment and a 2013 job growth rate of 5.2%, St. George Utah’s cost of living index remains 10.8% below the national average. Currently, St. George’s Single-family residential listings start in the mid $100,000 range and rise steeply into the low-$6 million range.