Mapleton Homes for Sale

A Touch of The Past With An Eye to the Future

With 60% of the its land undeveloped, Mapleton, Utah, has been deliberate in its planning to keep the open space its citizens desire. While Mapleton homes for sale remain somewhat rural, it is quickly growing. Its population has increased by approximately 6-8% each year since 1990. New large subdivisions like Triple Crown, Harvest Park, and Eagle Rock have been approved in previous years. Homes are located on large lots from one-third of an acre to two acres.

Mapleton Real Estate Statistics

Total Real Estate Listings: 151
Average Home Price: $607,555
Highest Price: $7,900,000
Lowest Price: $267,500

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"Mapleton's 8,000 residents enjoy views of Spanish Fork Peak, also known to locals as Maple Mountain, and Ether Peak."

- Rachel Houskeeper, Kris Bowen Real Estate Team

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About Mapleton Real Estate & Recreation

Homebuyers have excellent choices in homes, condominiums, and lots to build the custom home just right for your family. The best part about Mapleton real estate is the view. Mapleton's 8,000 residents enjoy views of Spanish Fork Peak, also known to locals as Maple Mountain, and Ether Peak. Maple Canyon rests between the two peaks. Whiting Campground in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest gives residents many options for outdoor recreational activities.

Within the city itself, six public parks offer residents playgrounds, baseball fields, batting cages, picnic areas, and walking trails. Residents can enjoy disc golf at Eagle Rock Park. The Community Center is a beautiful modern facility that offers residents such activities as gymnastics, country dancing, children'€™s choir, and Jazzericise.

Condos & Homes for Sale in Mapleton, Utah: Residents Focus on Learning

Education and Learning Mapleton Real Estate The homes for sale in Mapleton, Utah feature a strong commitment to community development. Mapleton City Center offers a wealth of resources to residents. A rotating collection of library materials for both adults and children is available. To encourage summer reading, Mapleton sponsors a reading program for children. Story Time is held throughout the year for preschoolers to enjoy books and crafts. Additionally, the City Center houses the Mapleton Parent Resource Center, a collection of materials that parents can borrow to help with early reading skills. The Mapleton Family Literacy Center also has volunteer tutors who work with students who are reading below grade level.

Children in Mapleton attend the outstanding schools of the Nebo School District. Mapleton has two elementary schools, a junior high, and two high schools in nearby Spanish Fork and Springville.

The community surrounding the homes for sale in Mapleton, Utah also has plenty of activities for active seniors, who enjoy an extensive calendar of events like luncheons, exercise classes, health fairs, and dances. The Senior Citizen Committee strives to provide seniors with programs that will enhance their lives as well as give them an opportunity to serve their community.

Mapleton's Rich History

In keeping with its philosophy of preservation, several historic sites can be found within Mapleton. Everyone in town is familiar with the "Old White Church,"€ which has become a local landmark. The Springville-Mapleton Daughters of the Pioneers Company maintains a pioneer heritage museum. Locals enjoy the nostalgia of visiting the Levi Kendall Log Cabin, built by a native of New York who was among the first settlers of Mapleton in the 1880's. With a touch of the past and its eye on the future, Mapleton is a great place to call home.

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Interested in learning more about the homes for sale in Mapleton, Utah or real estate throughout Utah County? Kris Bowen has lived in Utah all of his life and can provide information only a lifelong resident knows. Call (801) 999-8005 today, or contact us online.

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