Leeds UT Homes for Sale

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Leeds Utah is a small little country town known for its unique history. Home to just under 800 residents, Leeds is located in Washington County and was formally known as Bennington. Read on below the listings to learn more about relocating to Leeds Utah.

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Leeds October 22, 2021
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Listed
50
Avg. DOM
$270.34
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$729,000
Med. List Price
7 Properties

Relocating to Leeds Utah

Leeds Utah has a unique history combining its history with Harrisburg and Silver Reef. It's connected with these other two small towns, which are actually ghost towns today but Leeds persisted out of the three dating back to 1867.

Leeds Utah History

A little history on those other two towns we talked about; Harrisburg was the first settlement in the area founded in 1861. The sellers dug a 5-mile long irrigation canal along what is now known as Leeds Creek but growth was hampered by rocky soil and limited land availability and by 1876, Harrisburg was already losing its population. Very few pioneer homes and the remnants of the restored Adams House are all that remain of Harrisburg today. Around the same time that Leeds was settled, Silver Reef was discovered on the White Reef, and upturned sandstone ledge, which parallels Interstate 15 from Harrisburg to just north of Leeds. Minors and immigrants settled in the town hoping to make their fortune in the mining industry but by 1878, Leeds was considered the larger community helping not only minors but the farming community as well.

Leeds got its start originally called Bennington or Road Valley and was a more suitable location for diverting water and cultivating farmland. Many families moved to the area and the town was organized in 1867, originally named Bennington after one of the town's bishops. However, just two years later, Bennington was named Leeds, a request by the local bishop after Leeds England where the bishop originally had served as a Mormon missionary.

Living in Leeds

Leeds is a small little community and tucked away town perfect for getting lost in or just having some peace and quiet. It's nestled along Interstate 15 so commuting is fairly easy. La Verkin, Tocqueville, and Hurricane are close by and St. George's is just a few minutes down the interstate for larger shops, restaurants, and amenities. But what do the locals say about living here?

"Leeds is great for a tucked away small town. However, it is a commute to a city and there is limited activities to do outside of camping and hiking." - Niche.com

Even though Leeds is tucked away, it's within an hour of multiple outdoor recreational activities, national parks, fantastic shopping, dining, and just under four hours from Salt Lake City. Las Vegas is less than two hours away.

Leeds Schools

If you have school-age children, most attend Coral Canyon elementary school, Desert Hills Middle school or Sunrise Ridge Intermediate, and Desert Hills High school. The elementary is about 10 minutes south and the high school is about 22 minutes south in St. George. There may or may not be bus runs to and from Leeds. Be sure to check with each listing as its assess ability to the Washington County public school system.

Leeds Real Estate

Being so far out of town, Leeds is quite affordable and 80% of residents own their own homes. However, because there's such a wide range of properties from 20 acre lots to small single-family homes in town, you'll find prices all over the board starting at less than $200,000 up to over $1 million for larger estates and parcels. For more information on homes for sale in Leeds Utah, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time to schedule a showing.

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