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Enoch Utah is home to roughly 6700 residents is located along Interstate 15 and Iron County about 7 miles northeast of Cedar City in the northeastern part of Cedar Valley. Its earliest settlers came in 1890s as a part of an iron mission along with Cedar City and Parowan, originally known as Fort Johnson and Johnson's Springs, the earliest settlers. Shortly after settling, the name was changed Enoch to avoid confusion with another settlement also named Johnson Springs. However, it wasn't incorporated until 1966, named after the Order of Enoch. Read on below the listings to learn more about Enoch Utah and the homes therein.

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Enoch January 27, 2023
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Relocating to Enoch Utah

This rural community in Iron County is spread out along Interstate 15 on the north side just minutes from Cedar City. It's actually received several rankings is one of the top 100 best places to buy a house in the state, the best schools in the state, and most diverse place to live in Utah. With low crime, excellent housing, good schools, and general necessities and services, Enoch makes a great place to call home, whether it's your permanent residence or a vacation home. But don't take our word for it, here's what folks say about living in Enoch Utah.

 - Enoch City Website

"Enoch Utah is a small community where just about everyone knows everyone. One of the things I like the most about Enoch is the people in this community, everyone is more than willing to help when someone is in need. The community is small, quiet and country! First thing in the morning you can hear all the Roosters singing and in the evenings the cows are mooing! Of all the places I have lived Enoch is by far one of my favorites. It is also very close to state parks like Zion National Park. There are a lot of outdoor activities to do, some of mine and my families favorites are Fishing, Camping, Hiking and just going out of a beautiful scenic drive. The landscape here is gorgeous and peaceful! There may not be a lot of things to do in this town itself but there is an endless amount of fun just right outside your front door." - Niche.com

Enoch Schools

Enoch is part of the Iron County School District, and it supports the Enoch middle school and Three Peaks school with middle school and high school students going to Cedar City for both the middle and high school. There are technically six public schools assigned to Enoch students including the Cedar City high school, Cedar middle school, Three Peaks School, Gateway Preparatory Academy, and Southwest Educational Academy for grades 8 to 12.

Things to Do in Enoch

Enoch has a downtown area the features of Family Dollar, Fosters Market, and a few other services and restaurants but for other major shopping, most folks head into Cedar City. However, there are several parks in Enoch including Liberty Park, Garden Park, Old Enoch Park, and Iron Works Park and just outside the city along Highway 130 is the Enoch Dog Park.

Close by you'll find several day trips, the Cascade Falls trail, the Thunderbird Gardens trailhead, biking trails at Thor's Hideout, the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, the Cedar Ridge golf course, the historic Cedar Theater, and several breweries, such as Policy Kings Brewery.

Enoch Utah Homes and Real Estate

88% of Enoch residents own their own homes. There's a median home value of about $210,000 but you'll find properties anywhere from $50,000 for acreage and a few lots up to 400 and even $600,000 for well-established larger homes. There's quite a few homes to choose from all throughout the community so check with active listings above or contact our office below to learn more about all homes for sale in Enoch Utah.

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