NEIGHBORHOODS

I love the lifestyle that Salt Lake City affords. Whether it is cultural activities or outdoor recreation that you seek, our area provides the best in all respects. I have put together some brief descriptions of some of the more popular neighborhoods.

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ARCADIA HEIGHTS: (North East Valley Map) Homes with striking views of the valley below and the mountains and canyons above best describe the homes of Arcadia Heights. Located east of Foothill Boulevard, between 1865 South and the city limits, these homes assume a certain wholesomeness and warmth in traditional abodes.

 

ARLINGTON HILLS: (North East Valley Map) High on the hill, most University of Utah fans, avid or otherwise, are familiar with this neighborhood. Its close proximity to the University and downtown Salt Lake and its fine views of the Wasatch Mountains make this community extremely appealing. With easy access to the foothill bike and hiking trails, quality schools, and a wide variety of homes, this friendly atmosphere can'™t be beat. Located above 11th Avenue to Terrace Hills Drive, this is bench living at its finest.

 

AVENUES & UPPER AVENUES: (North East Valley Map) The Avenues are really two neighborhoods. The upper boundary is 11th Avenue, which offers one of the most scenic vistas in the city. The original lower Avenues, located from South Temple to 11th Avenue and A Street to Virginia Street, is home to many of the city's finest artists, writers, musicians, and University professors. It is one of the most politically liberal districts in the state. The Upper Avenues (12th Ave. to 18th Ave.) has spacious suburban homes with commanding views of the valley. Great schools, close proximity to downtown Salt Lake, the University of Utah, hospitals and shopping provides home buyers with a city lifestyle that all can appreciate.

 

BOUNTIFUL: (North of Salt Lake Valley) The close proximity to downtown Salt Lake-only 15 miles to the south-and Ogden, only 25 miles to the north, makes Bountiful a perfect community for those who commute in either direction. Views of the Great Salt Lake, Antelope Island, and close proximity to our international airport makes this a desirable area.

 

CANYON RIM: (North East Valley Map) Canyon Rim, referred by some as the gateway to Parley's Canyon, is bound on the north and east by I-215, on the south by 3300 South, and on the west by 2000 East. A convenient location with easy access to freeways, quiet parks, and quality schools.

 

CAPITOL HILL: (North East Valley Map) The eclectic character of Capitol Hill, with varied architectural styles, ranges from traditional vernacular designs from the 1850's -1880'™s, to the classic Victorian forms of the 1880'™s -1920'€s. Located on the west hillside of Utah's State Capitol, downtown access is only minutes from your front door.

 

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS: (South Valley Map) Towering mountain peaks greet you every morning and cool canyon breezes meander down the Cottonwood canyons on hot summer evenings. Dedication to preserving the integrity and charm of the neighborhoods, coupled with a great local recreation center, make this area superb for residential living. Ski slopes are a mere 15 minutes from most homes-or summer biking and hiking. Located primarily between 6600 S. and 9000 S. and 1300 E. and 5000 E.

 

COUNTRY CLUB: (North East Valley Map) One of Salt Lake's most prized neighborhoods, there is a state of quality to this community, a certain warmth, that grows deeper every year. A pleasant canopy of leaves and limbs arch over many of the neighborhood streets, and there is easy access to a number of Salt Lake destinations, with Sugar House Park a hop, skip and a jump away. Located between 1700 and 2415 East and 2100 South to Interstate 80.

 

DRAPER: (South Valley Map) With the mountains nearby, this horse-friendly community is dedicated to preserving the lifestyle for those who choose it. Large, beautiful, contemporary homes and modest homes for the first-time buyer, Draper residents are only 18 miles from downtown Salt Lake City. Located roughly between 11900 -15900 S; 1100 W. -2500 E.., open space and new homes are the draw to this area.

 

EAST CENTRAL: (North East Valley Map) As part of the heart of the Salt Lake community, varied neighborhoods with classic architecture are staples of this community. Seven neighborhoods span from the west end of the University of Utah (1340 E.) to 700 E. and So. Temple to 1700 S. Many people who live here are affiliated with the University. Liberty Park and shopping are located within walking distance.

 

EAST MILLCREEK: (North East Valley Map) The natural setting is what attracts many home buyers to this area-mountains to the east, valley views below, and a variety of trees dotting the streets. A stream winds pleasingly through this community, often times meandering through backyards. Located between 3300 and 3900 South, from Highland Drive to Wasatch Blvd., most homes here were constructed between 1950 and 1970.

 

EMIGRATION CANYON: (North East Valley Map) Emigration Canyon is located directly east of Hogle Zoo, a homestead for many Salt Lakers looking for a simple, quiet lifestyle. Appealing to homeowners who prefer the sanctuary that canyon living affords. However homes here are not your typical cabin bungalows.

 

ENSIGN DOWNS: (North East Valley Map) The neighborhoods situated in the foothills above the State Capitol Building contain beautiful homes with spectacular views of the city below and the Wasatch Mountains to the east. It is the proximity to downtown, coupled with the surrounding view that attracts home buyers to this neighborhood.

 

FEDERAL HEIGHTS: (North East Valley Map) Federal Heights, with its proximity to the University of Utah and downtown, its sprawling streets, and its imaginative collection of homes, remains one of the city's most prestigious haunts. Located east of Virginia Street (1350 E.) between South Temple and 11th Avenue, charm and historic grace make this one of Salt Lake'™s most fashionable neighborhoods.

 

GILMER PARK: (North East Valley Map) The majority of homes built in this district were constructed between 1921 and 1928, with Taylor Wooley, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, orchestrating much of the design. Narrow, curving streets that encompass sloped terrain make Gilmer Park a unique neighborhood. Located between 100 and 1300 East, from 900 to 1100 South, Gilmer Park is one of the most sought-after communities.

 

HARVARD/YALE: (North East Valley Map) The consistency of the neighborhood is what separates Harvard/Yale from other historic districts. Located from 800 to 1300 South and 1300 East to Foothill Blvd., its location, close to the University of Utah, hospitals and downtown, is a big draw to home buyers. Being within walking distance to shops, dining and grocery makes this a wonderful place to call home.

 

HERRIMAN: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) Located in the southwest end of the valley-called the West Bench. Spectacular views of the mountains and Salt Lake valley! This once rural area is now one of Salt Lake's fastest-growing communities. New Construction with open space and community parks, new schools, shopping and easy commutes make this area an inviting place to call home.

 

HIGHLAND PARK: (North East Valley Map) Where the homes are still quaint and the yards well-groomed, Highland Park, an east-bench neighborhood, is located between Interstate 80 and 3300 South and between Highland Drive and 2000 East. Most homes were constructed between 1890 and 1949 with tree-lined streets. Many home buyers find this a safe and convenient place to live and raise their families.

 

HOLLADAY: (South East Valley Map) It's quite possible that some of the staying power of this area is due to the high level of community involvement. Located from 3900 to 6800 South and 1300 East to I-215, Holladay homeowners also enjoy the close proximity to Millcreek and Big Cottonwood Canyons.

 

KEARNS: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) Primarily located between 4000 and 5600 West and 4700 to 7000 South, Kearns has evolved into a pleasant residential community. Home to the 2002 Winter Olympic Speed Skating Oval, quality schools, excellent recreational programs and involved neighborhoods, many choose to call this city home.

 

MIDVALE: (South Valley Map) Quiet streets and well-kept yards are a common sight throughout many Midvale neighborhoods. Modest homes with mountain views make this established area a fine place to live. With shopping and freeways close, you are central to both downtown Salt Lake and the south end of the valley.

 

MURRAY: (South Valley Map) Murray is known as much for it's excellent public services department as it is for its fine recreational facilities. The quality of life in Murray and it's excellent parks are part of what makes this city so attractive. It is small-town living in the middle of big metropolitan sprawl.

 

NORTH SALT LAKE: (North of Salt Lake Valley) North Salt Lake residents have grown to appreciate their easy access to Salt Lake City and the relative calm that engulfs the community. Just 11 minutes from downtown Salt Lake, and you don't have to drive on the freeway to get there. East bench living with lake and mountain views, the Eaglewood Golf Course, and new construction make this a warm and welcoming community.

 

OLYPMUS COVE: (North East Valley Map) Olympus Cove sits comfortably above Wasatch Blvd. between 3700 and 4800 South. Perhaps the only thing more impressive that the awe-inspiring view of Mt. Olympus is the breath-taking view of the Salt Lake valley below. Nearby Millcreek Canyon, a 10-minute drive, is a favorite spot for winter and summer sojourns.

 

RIVERTON: (South Valley Map) A healthy thriving community, Riverton is located between South Jordan to the north, Bluffdale to the South, Draper to the east, and Herriman to the west. With many new subdivisions and newer homes, hit is a popular place to raise a family, with great neighborhoods and schools.

 

ROSE PARK: Just minutes from Salt Lake's downtown to the east and Salt Lake's International Airport to the west, Rose Park is located between 600 and 1700 North and 900 West to Redwood Road.

 

SANDY: (South Valley Map) The distance that separates Salt Lake City from Sandy is about 13 miles. Located at the base of the mountains on the east bench of the south end of the valley, Sandy's residents enjoy beautiful views and convenient shopping.

 

SOUTH JORDAN: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) Located between 300 and 7200 West and 9200 and 11800 South, South Jordan is flanked by West Jordan to the north, Riverton to the south, and Sandy to the east. The Oquirrh Mountains, located directly to the west, provide some breath-taking sunsets for residents.

 

ST. MARY'™S, OAK HILLS & INDIAN HILLS: (NE Valley Map) Located close to everything, these neighborhoods have it all. Location, views, shopping, great schools and neighbors make this one of Salt Lake'™s finest areas. Five-minute access to downtown, freeways, and the University of Utah allow residents to enjoy city life. Located between 800 and 1700 South above Foothill Blvd., this community is convenient to everything.

 

SUGAR HOUSE: (North East Valley Map) Today, Sugar House remains one of Salt Lake's treasured areas. It continues to attract new residents seeking a strong community and a sense of the past. Primarily located between 1300 and 2700 South and 500 to 2300 East. These old established neighborhoods represent a good quality of life.

 

TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) Where old and new are neighbors, Taylorsville-Bennion offers charm and quaint living for all its residents. Canal Road, with mature trees, offers a novel layout for this area'™s homes. Taylorsville-Bennion is bounded on the north by West Valley City, on the east by Murray City, and on the south by West Jordan. The total area is 10 square miles.

 

WEST JORDAN: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) The superior quality of life and the sense of community and its proper use are West Jordan's greatest resources. West Jordan is œhome of the great neighbor. With its extremely high commitment to open space, this bustling town is situated squarely between the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains. Located primarily between 900 and 8600 West and 6200 and 10200 South.

 

WEST VALLEY CITY: (West Salt Lake Valley Map) Located between 2100 and 4700 South and 1200 West to 7200 West, this city'™s motto is Unity, Pride and Progress. A 27-hole golf course, new subdivisions and state-of-the-art centers are some of the city's highlights.

 

WOODS CROSS: (North of Salt Lake Valley) Once considered the richest farmland in the state, Woods Cross is located 8 miles north of Salt Lake City. It encompasses a simple way of life and a quiet community with friends and neighbors you can count on.