Highland Homes for Sale

A Growing And Active Neighborhood

The geography surrounding the Highland homes for sale reminded the homesteaders who settled this area in 1870 of the home they left behind in Scotland. Therefore, “Highland” became a fitting name for this lovely town at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Only 30 miles south of Salt Lake City, Highland’s population of 15,523 almost doubled in the past decade as people discovered all the town had to offer. New homes and homes in well-established, upscale neighborhoods are available in Highland.

Highland Real Estate Statistics

Total Real Estate Listings: 86
Average Home Price: $751,762
Highest Price: $2,400,000
Lowest Price: $269,000

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"For those more interested in the arts, the Highland City Arts Council plays a major role in enriching the lives of residents."

- Alicia Dye, Kris Bowen Real Estate Team

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Highland Real Estate and Active Lifestyle

Fireworks Highland Homes for SaleThe average home price of Highland real estate in Utah's Salt Lake Valley is around $500,000, though there are occasionally some high-end luxury homes of $1M or more in the area south of Timpanogos Highway. The active adult community of Stirling Point offers beautiful townhomes for sale for less than $300,000, as does the Toscana neighborhood.

Most Highland residents enjoy the outdoors. The Timpanogos Cave National Monument is located right in the midst of Highland real estate. A 1.5-mile hike leads visitors to three caverns. Tours are available of these caves that are located 1,000 feet above American Fork Canyon. Additionally, a branch of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail winds through Highland. When this trail is complete it will span 280 miles from the Idaho border to Nephi, Utah.

In addition to the extensive interconnected trails that can be found throughout Highland, the city maintains nine parks for all residents to enjoy. Picnic pavilions are available as well as baseball fields and 15 playgrounds. The Highland Town Center Splash Pad is open in the summer to provide a fun way to cool off under the summer sun.

Homes for Sale in Highland: Art and Events

Arts and Cultures in Highland UTFor those more interested in the arts, the Highland City Arts Council plays a major role in enriching the lives of residents surrounding the homes for sale in Highland, Utah. Several musicals are performed each year with a cast chosen from local community auditions. Painting classes, Shakespeare workshops, and After School Art Club are just a few of the offerings that the Arts Council provides.

The Highland Youth City Council is another organization that works to enhance the lives of Highland residents. During December, for example, this group collects canned foods for families in Utah County. They bring Santa to City Hall and invite children to visit with him and participate in a craft project. They also host an annual Easter Egg Hunt and cookie decorating party in Heritage Park. All of these activities are fun for the whole family, and are just one more reason the homes for sale in Highland are so appealing!

Annual events in Highland are much anticipated by all residents. The Highland Fling is a week-long celebration each summer that includes activities that all residents enjoy. This event strives to Celebrate Family with a baby contest, art show, Dutch oven cook-off, 5K, parade, inflatables, fireworks and more.

School Information for Highland Homes & Townhomes

Highland is part of the Alpine School District, the largest district in Utah. Four elementary schools, one junior high school, and one high school give Highland homeowners access to outstanding education choices. The Highland City Library offers additional resources to families who value the importance of education.

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