Milford UT Homes for Sale

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Home to just over 1700 residents, the small little community of Milford Utah in Beaver County is known for the railroad bringing goods through the area, beautiful landscape and typography, and affordable homes. Read on below the listings to learn more about relocating to Milford Utah.

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Milford October 22, 2021
7
Listed
64
Avg. DOM
$129.42
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$289,900
Med. List Price
7 Properties

Relocating to Milford Utah

Milford was originally a railroad and mining community settled back in 1873. First settlers took up homesteads between 1875 and 1880. The town got its name from the crossing of the Beaver River by freighters in the term Mill Ford was shortened to Milford. At its beginning, Milford was kind of a rough place with saloons and entertainment near the mines for workers to relax after a long hard days work. However, it slowly grew to comprise people from all walks of life and all religions. The Union Pacific Railroad came to Milford and it is one of the mainstays of life today. It runs north and south through the center of the county at Milford and is a vital part of moving goods and natural resources to and from the state of Utah.

Things to do in Milford

You just learned that Milford is a very vibrant mining community so if you're looking to do something fun, check out the Frisco Ghost Town & Cemetery located at the base of the San Francisco mountains. This is the remnants of the Frisco mining town close by to Milford. And if you're a history buff with a little bit of a ghost enthusiast, you'll be interested to know that murders were a daily occurrence in the mind and history claims that an average of 12 men per night were killed. Of course, Milford is a much safer place than it was 150 years ago but it's still interesting to dig deep into its historical background.

The Rock Corral Recreation area and mineral mountains is located on the west side of the mineral mountain range. Granite peaks rise over 9700 feet above sea level and is a unique place to take a hike, a picnic, or simply explore the landscape.

You'll likely see herds of wild horses traversing the landscape which is a scenic and picturesque view all in its own. There's excellent hunting around the area, and Milford is the gateway to the Lehman Cave National Park and Great Basin National Park just 90 miles west.

In addition to outdoor and nature exhibitions and adventures, Milford is also home to several festivals such as 4 July festival, lighted Christmas parade, the Lions Club car show, and for summer activities check out the golf course and municipal swimming pool.

What do the locals say about living in Milford Utah?

"It's like a giant family here in Milford! Everyone knows everyone, which means everyone is super close! You have people that actually know and care about you here."

"It is a very close community. Everyone here is like family. You can always count on the community to be there in your time of need. We have a lot of big businesses that help give jobs to those in the community."

"lots of nice friendly and caring people.Its small and not many shops. a new design to update the look would make its much more convenient." - Niche.com

Milford Utah Real Estate

There are homes, lots, and many properties for sale throughout Milford Utah. Lots start at about $25,000 and single-family homes start at about $150,000. Newer homes and condominiums can range upwards of $300-$400,000 with luxury homes topping out at about $500,000. The median home value is only $110,000 and 73% of residents own their own homes so it's an extremely affordable place to buy property. For more information on homes for sale in Milford Utah, browse active listings above or contact my office at any time.

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