Utah was the sixth fastest growing state in the United States in 2006; in 2007, the state had a population of over 2,640,000. The capital, largest city and largest metropolitan area in the state is Salt Lake City. The median household income in Utah is $50,614 and the median cost of a single-family home in Utah is around $340,000 (August 2008). Below is information about new homes for sale in Utah offered by local and national builders.
Fox Run, a Liberty Homes community located in East Lehi, offers a single-story Brittany floor plan with a basement. The Brittany is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Homes For Sale in Midvale Utah
offering 4,019 total square feet – 2,015 finished square feet and 2,004 unfinished square feet. The Brittany floor plan offers an open great room, a large master suite with a walk-in closet and a basement with as many as 3 future bedrooms. Homes in Fox Run start from the $360s. For more information about The Brittany in Fox Run, visit Liberty online.
Ivory Homes offers the Alpine European two-story floor plan in communities throughout Utah including Lehi, Syracuse, Farmington, Santaquin, South Odgen, West Valley City and Roy. The Alpine European floor plan can be purchased with our without a basement. The basement floor plan offers 3,400 total square feet; 2,049 of those square feet are finished. The Alpine European plan without a basement offers home buyers 1,992 total finished square feet. Both plans offer home buyers 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with 2-car garages. For more information about this Utah home for sale, visit Ivory Homes online.
Foxboro Exeter South in North Salt Lake is a new community offered by Woodside. Within the Foxboro Exeter South community, home buyers will discover the Churchill, a single-story plan with 1,780 total square feet. The Churchill has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a 2-car garage, a large open great room and a spacious kitchen. Learn more about the Churchill floor plan by visiting Woodside online.
Utah has a healthier-than-most real estate market. The state is enjoying residential growth in several areas and will continue to offer buyers a large selection of quality new homes. For more information about Utah homes for sale or builders, visit New Homes Section.