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Real Estate in Beacon Hill - Cedar City
The Beacon Hill subdivision of Cedar City has a range of older homes and lots still available for new construction. With beautiful views from the hills surrounding Cedar City, Beacon Hill is an ideal location for those searching for a family-friendly neighborhood in Iron County.
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Living in Cedar City
People who love living in Cedar City are those who value nature and outdoor recreation. Cedar City is a naturally scenic location with many of the nations most famous state and national parks near enough for a day trip. Enjoy winter sports like from December to April, and hiking, camping, rock climbing, fishing, and more during the rest of the year.
Described as a big little town, Cedar City has a population of about 30,000 people. It is the best of both worlds, with the conveniences of a city but the welcoming community and family friendly amenities of a charming small town. Members of the community enjoy all four seasons, great schools, low crime rates, and natural beauty all throughout and around the city.
Things to Do near Beacon Hill
Brian Head Ski Resort is where you will want to spend all winter as a Beacon Hill resident, with 650 skiable acres, 71 runs, 3 terrain parks, 8 lifts, and even 2 tubing runs so that there is something for every member of the family to enjoy. It's just a 40 minute drive from Cedar City, and offers Kids Camp, ski and snowboard lessons, and newly renovated lodges. In the summer, Brian Head is still the perfect place to spend a day off, enjoying the mountain bike park with bike rentals, a scenic lift ride, the climbing wall, avalanche tubing, adrenaline-pumping zip line, archery, disc golf, or the bungee trampoline.
Every Cedar City resident should take at least one trip to world famous Bryce Canyon National Park, only about an hour away. Whether you go for a day to take in the breathtaking scenery with a hike or plan a longer trip to backpack or camp, you will surely want to be back again soon.
Stop by Centro Wood Fired Pizza in downtown Cedar City for some of the best pizza you've ever had. It's a casual, yet sophisticated restaurant with artisanal, from-scratch pizzas and microbrews.
Downtown Cedar City is a safe and charming part of town filled with small shops and locally owned businesses. Take an afternoon to window shop and enjoy locally made treats.
To bring the community together, Cedar City residents also enjoy two annual festivals: The Neil Simon Festival running from mid-July to mid-August each year, and the Tony Award-Winning Utah Shakespeare Festival during the summer and fall at Southern Utah University.
Schools near Beacon Hill
Public schools in Cedar City are a part of Iron County School District. Children in Beacon Hill attend highly rated schools that feature excellent student to teacher ratios:
- Iron Springs Elementary School
- Cedar City Middle School
- Cedar City High School
Private schools in Cedar City are limited, including one all girls school serving students in sixth through ninth grade, and a college prep high school. Families who prefer to homeschool are supported by Utah public education funding, which is available to purchase non-religious homeschool curriculum.
Beacon Hill Real Estate
Beacon Hill real estate includes an array of homes, with single family homes built decades ago and featuring mature landscaping, some newer construction single family homes, and a limited inventory of lots left in the subdivision for those who want to build their own custom home. Prices range significantly due to the diversity in size, age, and type of property in Beacon Hill.