Category Real Estate Land

Current price $5.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Modena, Utah 847** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 0

Seller seller_owned (226)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

State/Province Utah

Seller State Of Residence Illinois

Zoning Residential

Acreage 2.27

Type Homesite, Lot

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I have a nice 2.27 acre property west of Cedar City, (Iron County), Utah with a beautiful background view of the Mountains. This acreage is located about 40 minutes west of town, an easy drive down Highway 56. It is a frequent visiting location for bald eagles which sometimes nest at a 20 feet pole erected at the SW corner of 36 in an area along Highway 56.
Cedar City sits directly on Interstate 15, between Las Vegas, Nevada and Salt Lake City, Utah. Las Vegas is 170 miles southwest. Salt Lake City is 250 miles north. Cedar City is also about 50 miles north of St. George, Utah.
This area is close to Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Three Peaks Recreational Area and Brian Head, which boasts skiing and snowboarding in the winters.
Cedar City has a historic downtown with boutique type shops, a Regional Airport on the west side of town on Highway 56 and is the home of Southern Utah University.
I am selling the property for 5,750 PLUS THE BID AMOUNT. There is no minimum that must be met on the bid. You can either make arrangements for full payment upon becoming the winning bid or arrange for $100 monthly payments with NO interest charges.
Payment is expected (full payment or the first installment of $100) immediately following the auction.
I am very flexible and willing to work with any buyer. There are NO PRE-PAYMENT PENALTIES so you can pay the balance off early if you wish. There are NO CREDIT OR BACKGROUND CHECKS as a prerequisite to buying. There is NO DOCUMENT PREPARATION FEE.
One of the above photographs is the County Assessor's plat. The plat sets out that YOUR LOT IS ON 17TH STREET BETWEEN DEER AND ELK DRIVE. THE LOT IS APPROXIMATELY 330 FEET WIDE ACROSS THE FRONT AND 300 FEET DEEP. The roads are not paved long after exiting the main road. The pictures above are of the general area of the lot. There are also pictures of Cedar City and plats of the lot. The cell phone service is good on the way to and near the lot.
There is a dairy south of the highway. There is also farming and a nursery along Highway 56. The nursery has over a million square feet under cover and is heated with a geothermal well.
THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY IS GARDEN VALLEY RANCHOS 5, LOT 1053; PARCEL NUMBER E-1707-0156-0000 in Iron County, Utah. The property taxes are less than $50 a year, which I will pay until the completion of the contract.
The property is a generally flat terrain with a great view of the surrounding Mountains. Utilities are in the area but not to the property. Solar power is available to the lots in this area about 350 days per year. Like most property in the west, you will need a well for water with rights purchased from the state.
Merchantable title is guaranteed by way of special warranty deed that will be sent following completion of payments.
BRIAN HEAD SKI RESORT is 29 miles from Cedar City. It is located in the heart of scenic southern Utah along Highway U-143. The winter season generally begins mid November through mid April. The summer mountain bike season is generally open late June through September. For more information
It has the lowest lift ticket prices for a full service resort in all of Utah. Brian Head has two mountains with terrain to fit almost any skier or boarder. Navajo Mountain is completely dedicated to beginners and kids with a winter sports school, beginner terrain park and daycare in one convenient location.
Brian Head receives over 400 inches of powder every year. The resort features Utah's highest base elevation of 9,600 feet with a lift served vertical drop of 1,320 feet from Brian Head Peak. Brian Head has two new lifts and a skier bridge to connect Giant Steps and Navajo areas, allowing skiers and boarders to move freely between the two mountains. The expansion has increased their terrain to over 650 acres, with eight chairlifts and 65 runs. These mountains are also great for tubing and night skiing and boarding.
BRYCE CANYON is 79 miles from Cedar City. It has 50 miles of hiking and nature trails throughout the park, horseback and mule rides into Bryce Amphitheatre, scenic 37 mile driveway, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The canyon has intricate spires and formations, known as hoodoosre, with a wonderful view of the sunrise and sunset. For more information 435-834-5322 or
ZION NATIONAL PARK is 69 miles from Cedar City. The canyons of Zion are all masterpieces sculpted from raw rock by the Virgin River. While in the canyon you can hear the sound of roaring water down a spring waterfall. There is hiking, Zion Human History Museum, and several canyons to explore. For more information 435-772-3256 or
CEDAR BREAKS is 21 miles from Cedar City. It has a spectacular view of rainbow hued rock formations. It has hundreds of miles of lush alpine forests and serene wildflower meadows. There are hiking trails, snowmobiling and x-country skiing; but the best thing to see is in July, August and September when the meadows surrounding Cedar Breaks are full of wildflowers. It is one of the best places in the country to see fall colors. For more information 435-586-9451 or
PAROWAN GAP PETROGLYPHS is 13 miles from Cedar City. Wind, water and sand carved out this natural passageway that was once used as a major thoroughfare by ancient Native Americans. The different cultures are evident by the hundreds of petroglyphs carved into the Gap.Solar and lunar calendars have been identified as well as hunting and cultural glyphs.
1. UTAH SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL. It is on the Campus of Southern Utah University which lasts from late June through October.
This is the biggest festival in Cedar City, which is nicknamed Festival City USA. The outdoor Adams Theatre features Shakespeare's finest plays performed under the stars and the Randall Jones Theatre features more contemporary works. For more information
2. NEIL SIMON FESTIVAL. It is the world's first and only professional theatre company dedicated to honoring the works of America's comic playwright Neil Simon. The production season is held annually mid July through mid August and is housed in the beautiful Heritage Center in Cedar City's historic downtown. For more information
3. UTAH SUMMER GAMES- Utah's annual Olympic competition events include running, fishing, cycling, horseshoes, table tennis, ultimate Frisbee, pickleball; among many others.
4. CEDAR CITY HISTORIC DOWNTOWN SHOPPING DISTRICT. Downtown has quaint shops, local restaurants, coffee houses, a unique music store, an old time soda fountain, antiques stores, and regional arts & crafts shops. The historical buildings in the district include the Old Post Office, the Rock Church and the Union Pacific railroad Depot.
5. FRONTIER HOMESTEAD STATE PARK MUSEUM. Located in Cedar City, it has a massive collection of horse drawn vehicles. It is dedicated to pioneer crossing and life.
6. ART GALLERIES. Artisans Gallery, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, and Permanent Art Collection of Cedar City Arts Committee.
7. OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES. fishing, hiking and nature trails, scenic sky lift riders, golf, four-wheeling/rock crawling, snowmobiling, camping, wildlife viewing and mountain biking.
This is an area that in my opinion has a great upside. Cedar City is big enough to have a Wal-Mart and everything you need but still small enough to have a cute, quaint feel. You don't have to travel far to enjoy any and all types of outdoor activities. There are mountain views and the weather is great!

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