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Cimarron Heights

Cimarron Heights is a small subdivision just south of Highway 56 off of Westview Drive, tucked away from the busier parts of town. The lots in Cimarron Heights feature gorgeous views of Three Peaks, the Bumblebee Range, the Pine Valley Mountains, and Cedar Mountain. This is a desirable community because of the gorgeous views, the opportunity to build a custom home on a spacious lot, and the fact that Cimarron Heights has no HOA.

The community was established in 2006, but development in the area stalled during the Great Recession. This means most of the building has taken place from 2013 to the present, with many nearly new homes in the community. If you are looking for a conveniently located neighborhood with high end homes, gorgeous views, and a peaceful mountain setting, Cimarron Heights just may be the perfect choice.

Things to Do in Cimarron Heights

Cimarron Heights is tucked away from most of the action in Cedar City, but shopping and amenities are easily accessible with a short drive. Just outside of Cimarron Heights is Ladybug Nursery, where you will find unique plants and garden decor. Customers also enjoy learning from the expertise of experienced gardeners at this fun nursery. Ladybug Nursery is known for its friendly staff and peaceful environment; if you enjoy gardening, this will be a local haven for you.

Ashcroft Observatory is also nearby. This observatory is located on a hilltop near Southern Utah University's farm, and is open to community for free. Opened in the 1970s, the observatory exists to engage the community in observing the sky, with a focus on community involvement and learning opportunities. Arrive as the sun sets on a Monday night, when Ashcroft Observatory is open to all those interested in learning about constellations or viewing distant parts of the galaxy.

Not far from Cimarron Heights is a Southern Utah University's campus, surrounded by plenty of places to eat. For a local restaurant you will love, try Silver Silo Bakery & Espresso. This locally owned and operated business is likely to become one of your favorites for breakfast, coffee, and lunch. They serve homemade, fresh, wholesome meals available to go for breakfast or lunch, in addition to a delicious full espresso bar.

Need to run some errands? Less than 10 minutes away you will find a Walmart Supercenter, Walgreens, and The Home Depot. Cimarron Heights provides a secluded mountain community without sacrificing any convenience.

Schools near Cimarron Heights

Schools serving families in Cimarron Heights are a part of Iron County School District, including Iron Springs School, Cedar Middle School, and Cedar City High School. They are highly rated and feature optimal class sizes.

There are no private schools in the Cimarron Heights area, but families who opt to homeschool can access public funding to purchase curriculum and essential school supplies through the state.

Cimarron Heights Real Estate

Cimarron Heights was established in 2006, but development was paused until 2013. The majority of the homes in the area were built in 2013 or more recently, and you will also find buildable lots and new construction homes for sale. Lots in Cimarron Heights tend to be at least a quarter of an acre, with many even larger. Cimarron Heights does have CC&Rs, but there is no HOA, making it one of a short list of subdivisions in Cedar City without an HOA. The style of homes in Cimarron Heights is typical for the area, with large stucco single family homes. A typical lot in Cimarron Heights is far more affordable than other comparable areas. Homes in the Cimmaron Heights community are listed in the mid to high end of the price range for the area.

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