Davis County Real Estate

Views of sunset from home in Davis CountySituated between the Great Salt Lake and the Wasatch Mountain Range, Davis County real estate is in the north central portion of the state and is home to some 300,000 citizens. An amazingly beautiful, natural environment is the common theme of this area of Utah.

Davis County real estate maintains a robust inventory with a myriad of homes and home styles to choose from across a wide range of price points. There are many affordable options, including newer construction priced in the $300,000's, as well as estates, historical residences and custom homes listed in the low millions. Choose your location, your architecture and your budget. You'll find your dream house in Davis County!

View communities in Davis County, Utah or read on for more information about this beautifully scenic area of the state. Also, please take a moment to check out the below Davis County real estate listings.

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About Davis County Realty and its School Information

There are 15 communities that contain Davis County realty. The largest of these include Layton, Bountiful, and Kaysville, but all in all, Davis County is made up of small towns with hometown values.

David County Real Estate & School InformationThere are 86 public schools in the Davis School District serving nearly 74,000 students, sprinkled throughout the communities of Davis County. Add in the eight charter schools and 11 private schools, and you've got a diverse educational landscape.

Higher education also has a presence in Davis County realty. Kaysville is home to The Davis Applied Technology College, a Utah College of Applied Technology campus, and the Utah Botanical Center, owned and maintained by Utah State University. Weber State University also has a campus in Layton.

Homes for Sale in Davis County, Utah & Outdoor Recreation

Skiing fun in Davis County UTOne of the greatest assets of the homes for sale in Davis County, Utah is the plentiful outdoor recreation. With frequent snow in the winter (60-90 inches, depending on the elevation), winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing on miles of trails are great options, bringing tourists to the area.

In the warmer seasons, Antelope Island State Park is an excellent venue for wildlife viewing and water recreation, or residents and tourists alike journey to one of Davis County's premier attractions, Lagoon Amusement Park and Pioneer Village. Nature enthusiasts also flock to Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, which is designed to demonstrate the lake's ecological importance.

If after you've browsed the various homes for sale in Davis County, you have any questions, give Kris Bowen a call at (801) 999-8005, or contact us online. He is an expert in Salt Lake, Utah and Davis County real estate.

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