Hurricane UT Homes for Sale
Real Estate Listings in Hurricane Utah
Legend has it that one windy day in the 1860s, religious leader Erastus Snow had a whirlwind below the top off the buggy he was driving and according to him, claimed it was a hurricane hence, Hurricane Utah got its name even though a lot of locals actually pronounce it "her-ah-kun". If you're looking to move to the southern Utah area, Hurricane might be ideal but read on below the listings to learn more about this fantastic Utah town.
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Relocating to Hurricane Utah
Hurricane is home to roughly 17,000 residents and is the #24 Best Pl. to retire in the entire state. Located in Washington County, Hurricane is about 10 to 15 minutes north of St. George and Washington. One of the best things is its close proximity to so many natural resources, parks, preserves, and fantastic nature-loving activities. Residents are just a couple of miles from the Sand Hollow State Park, 10 miles from Zion Trail Rides, 7 miles from ATV and Jeep adventure tours, and Hurricane is home to farmers markets, local parks, and great schools.
What Locals Say
"I love this town. It is a very nice place to live, most people here are very friendly. It's mostly families, so it's very family friendly. There's a lot to do around here, because there are many lakes and hiking trails. It's a very beautiful place!"
"I moved here about three years ago. I've moved several other times in my life, but this one was the easiest of them all. The community is absolutely amazing. I love that it is a small town, but since it is growing there are a lot of wonderful places around. It is absolutely gorgeous and there are so many opportunities to do fun things outdoors. We have a lot of fantastic parks like Zion National Parks and also the Sand Hollow park/lake." - Niche.com
This has been touted as one of the best things to do in the entire state. ATV tours, cliff jumping, or simply exploring the park has been rated as one of the best things to do and see in southern Utah. Not only are there fantastic dune buggy rides but, it's also home to the Sand Hollow Reservoir, a warm, blue water, and red stone landscaped location perfect for boating, fishing, swimming, and diving.
Hurricane also has some of the most fantastic food locations in southern Utah. Whether it's starting out your day with fantastic breakfast from Main Street Café, grabbing a slice of pizza at the Pizza Wagon, stopping in for a coffee midmorning or midafternoon at Muddy Bees Bakery, or finishing off the night at Mekong Kitchen Thai restaurant or Lonny Boy Barbecue.
Students in Hurricane are part of the Washington County School District and the city itself has one high school, two elementary schools, and an intermediate school for grades 6 and 7 and a middle school for grades 8 and 9 as well as a charter school called the Valley Academy for grades kindergarten through eighth.
"Friendly students and excellent high school counselors! Good opportunities to get involved in sports. Fun extracurricular activities including dances, games, school spirit, and clubs. Beautiful area to experience lots of nature- hiking, biking, boating, etc. The high school offers a good, well-rounded education with great science and math departments, foreign language opportunities, art opportunities including photography, pottery, painting, drawing, drama, and dance. Go Tigers!" - Niche.com - Hurricane High School
Hurricane Utah Real Estate
The average home price is about $238,000 and 68% of residents own their own homes. However, renting is also fairly affordable at just $975 for median rent, about $100 less than the national average. You'll find homes and real estate throughout Hurricane from properties that have been here since the 1950s to new subdivisions with brand-new construction homes, gated communities, and developing subdivisions. With condos and townhomes starting at about $150,000 as well as single-family homes starting at about $200,000 up to $500,000, there's something for everyone in Hurricane. For more information on homes for sale in Hurricane Utah, browse active listings above or simply contact my office at any time to schedule a showing or for a customized list of properties in Hurricane.
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Image sourceBy Ken Lund from Reno, Nevada, USA - Sunrise over Hurricane, Utah, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50650337