American Fork Homes for Sale

Chosen as One of the Top 100 Places to Live

With townhouses and duplexes in the $200,000’s and single family homes starting at $300,000, American Fork, Utah, is a place anyone would love to call home. Referred to as “Happy Valley,” it’s no wonder that Money Magazine named the city as one of the top 100 places to live in the US in 2005. American Fork homes for sale are located 15 miles northwest of Provo and 30 miles south of Salt Lake City; residents enjoy views of Utah Lake to the south and the Wasatch Mountains to the east.

American Fork Real Estate Statistics

Total Real Estate Listings: 122
Average Home Price: $372,046
Highest Price: $775,000
Lowest Price: $144,900

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Houses for Sale in American Fork - Interesting Facts and School Information

Movie Making in American Fork UTSettled in the 1860's by pioneers, the houses for sale in American Fork have struck a fantastic balance of preserving its past while embracing modern growth. It’s not surprising that the film industry wanted to capture this classic town by filming scenes for both Footloose and The Sandlot in American Fork.

The American Fork Library is a resource dedicated to serving everyone in the community. Daily story times invite children to love reading while electronic materials give residents access to the most advanced technology. The Friends of the Library are committed to raising funds and recruiting volunteers to serve the town to the best of its ability.

American Fork has a long history of promoting education. In the 1860's, American Fork became the first community in the Utah Territory to have public education. Its public schools today are part of the Alpine School District and include a senior high school, junior high school , and five elementary schools. Secondary education opportunities abound. Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University, Mountainland Applied Technology College and Provo College are all close by.

From Caves to Boats to Mountains - Recreational Fun Surrounds American Fork Real Estate

In addition to the great educational opportunities near American Fork real estate, there are plenty of opportunities for young families to get out and enjoy the beauty of the area!

Explore a rare underground world at Timpanogos Cave National Monument. Head out for a day on Utah Lake from the American Fork Boat Harbor. Or you may enjoy a day hiking in American Fork Canyon, where you will find mountain peaks over 11,000 feet! The views of the Rocky Mountains are just as breathtaking from American Fork's Fox Hollow Golf Club.

American Fork - Arts and Beats in Happy Valley

The arts are a thriving pastime in American Fork. An active Arts Council facilitates many programs throughout the year. The American Fork Symphony and Utah Regional Ballet also provide residents with plenty of exposure to the arts right in their community.

Nothing brings a community together more than tradition. An annual summer Steel Days celebration in American Fork honors the importance of Columbia Steel, which did business in the area from World War II until 2001. A car show, parade, art show, carnival, balloon lift, fireworks, and concert are just a few of the activities that bring residents together each summer in what can truly be considered Happy Valley.

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Learn more about Happy Valley, American Fork real estate and other communities in Salt Lake County and the surrounding area. Kris Bowen knows the area well - just call us at (801) 999-8005 or drop us an email and we'll answer all of your questions.

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