Lehi Homes for Sale

A Good Place To Live

Nestled between Utah Lake and the Oquirrh and Wasatch Mountains, the Lehi homes for sale lie in a city just 12 miles north of Provo, 23 miles south of Salt Lake City. In 1911, the city’s official slogan became “Lehi is a good place to live.” With Lehi Main Street Historic District, which includes structures from as far back as 1891, as well as the excellent modern accessibility through Utah Transit Authority buses and FrontRunner trains, Lehi is the perfect blend of the past and the present.

Lehi, Utah Real Estate Statistics

Total Real Estate Listings: 748
Average Home Price: $363,802
Highest Price: $1,750,000
Lowest Price: $195,000

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  • MLS® #: 1497007
  • N/A
  • Lehi, UT 84043
  • $1,750,000
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2181 SqFt, 7.51 Acres
  • Residential
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"Thanksgiving Point is one of Lehi, Utah real estate's most notable attractions. This non-profit organization hosts the annual Tulip Festival, Scottish Festival, and half marathon."

- Mark Hawes, Kris Bowen Real Estate Team

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Beautiful Townhomes & Homes for Sale in Lehi, Utah

The beautiful scenery, mild climate, and a thriving economy, entice many to buy one of the homes for sale in Lehi, Utah! Homes with river or mountain views, suburban homes, townhomes, condominiums, as well as senior housing offer plenty of options. A median list price of $286,400 makes Lehi an extremely affordable option as well. With a property tax rate of half the national average, home ownership in Lehi becomes even more attractive.

In 2013, Forbes recognized Lehi as the best mid-sized area for jobs. Companies like Adobe, Microsoft, Xactware, and IM Flash all have facilities in Lehi. With an unemployment rate of less than half the national average, Lehi is a great place to work as well as live.

Attractions and Activities In and Around Lehi, Utah Real Estate

Thanksgiving Point is one of Lehi, Utah real estate's most notable attractions. This non-profit organization hosts the annual Tulip Festival, Scottish Festival, and half marathon. Visitors enjoy 55-acre gardens, the Museum of Ancient Life, Mammoth 3-D theater, the Museum of Natural Curiosity, Farm Country, and Thanksgiving Point Golf Course.

Lehi, Utah real estate offers many opportunities to get out and enjoy recreation and the arts. 27 city parks cover 250 acres, including 10 miles of walking trails. The Lehi City Sports Park has facilities for every major sport. Over 8,000 residents participate in youth sports each year. The 96,000 square foot Legacy Center provides three full-sized gyms, weight training and cardio rooms, an aquatic center and an indoor track. The Lehi Arts Council facilitates musical theater productions cast by local amateur performers for adults, children and teens. Musical groups and art exhibits are available throughout the year.

Lehi hosts many events each year that give residents an opportunity to get out and enjoy life. Homeowners take great pride in their community and dedicate a week each spring to neighborhood cleanup. For over 75 years, the city has come together each summer for the Lehi Round-Up. During the last week of June, residents enjoy picnics, parades, carnivals, and rodeo events. Foam Day, Halloween Extravaganza, and a Christmas Celebration are just a few more activities that keep residents active throughout the year. It is no wonder that 86% of the residents say that the quality of life in Lehi is good or excellent.

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