Ivins Homes for Sale
Real Estate Listings in Ivins Utah
Considering a move to Ivins Utah? This beautiful city in southwestern Washington County as part of the St. George Metro area and home to about 9000 residents. It became a city as recently as 1998. This bedroom or suburb community of St. George is known for its Tuacahn Outdoor Arts and Amphitheater and Snow Canyon State Park drawing many tourists to the area each year. Read on below the real estate listings for more information about relocating to Ivins Utah.
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Relocating to Ivins Utah
Did you know that Ivins has been touted as #1 Best Place to retire in the state of Utah? This beautiful, laid-back town is home to a unique desert landscape and a plethora of outdoor activities and recreational events.
Ivins is home to the Red Cliffs Recreation Area with beautiful slot canyons, unique water formations, and one of the most unbelievable red rock formations you've ever seen. You also have to check out the Anasazi Ridge Petroglyphs on a gradual incline hiking trail with spectacular views along the way.
Relax at the Sagestone Spa at Red Mountain located at 1275 Red Mountain Circle. Experience one of the best spas in Utah with massage therapy, facial treatments, day packages, hair care, both men and women spa treatments, and one of the most fantastic and relaxing resorts with the most beautiful backdrop in the area.
Here's what locals have to say about living in Ivins Utah.
"I love living next to the Red Mountain, Snow Canyon State Park, and to be near "broadway in the desert" Tuachan Amphitheater. It's still developing so much, but I love that it's also tucked away from busy downtown St. George!"
"Absolutely love it! You can never get enough of the view. There is a ton of outdoor things to do and local activities that happen pretty frequently. It is a lowkey town but in a great location to go somewhere with a bigger action scene." - Niche.com
Ivins Utah Schools
The Washington County School District serves Ivins with two elementary schools, one intermediate school, one high school, and the art-focused charter school Tuacahn High School for the Arts. The Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine is also located in Ivins.
The Snowcapped Canyon High School is rated one of the best high schools in Washington County.
"I love being at Snow Canyon because there is so much diversity, a lot of the teachers are kind and supportive. Overall it is an accepting school. I think it would be amazing if the music department could receive a little more financial support. I have made so many friends at Snow Canyon and being in the Madrigals has impacted my life in so many ways. I learned life-long skills and developed my own personality while attending school here. I am also very grateful for the amazing counselors who have helped me get ready to graduate early. They always made time to listen to my questions and concerns. I love Snow Canyon!" - Review
Ivins Utah Real Estate
83% of Ivins residents own their own home and with the median home value of about $312,000 and a median rent of about $1050, Ivins is extremely affordable and just a few minutes outside of St. George. You'll find a few condominiums and townhouses but primarily single detached homes. For more information on homes for sale in Ivins Utah, browse active listings above or contact our office below at any time to schedule a showing or for a personalized list of homes that meet your search criteria and price.
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