Pleasant Grove Homes for Sale

Utah's City of Trees

Settled by pioneers in 1850, Pleasant Grove, Utah, is named for a grove of cottonwood trees. In fact, it is known as “Utah’s City of Trees.”

The Pleasant Grove homes for sale are incredibly affordable. With condominium and townhouses starting in the low $100,000’s and the average single-family house price in the mid-$300,000’s, homebuyers can select from plenty of homes in one of Pleasant Grove’s twelve neighborhoods.

Pleasant Grove Real Estate Statistics

Total Real Estate Listings: 170
Average Home Price: $431,017
Highest Price: $1,260,000
Lowest Price: $130,000

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Activities Abound around Homes for Sale in Pleasant Grove, Utah

The homes for sale in Pleasant Grove, Utah exude a keen community spirit. The 34,000 residents of the small city are proud of the tradition that surrounds their community. The Strawberry Days Festival is the longest ongoing celebration in Utah. First held in 1921, Strawberry Days commemorate a time when strawberries were a major crop grown in the area. During the third week of June, a rodeo welcomes visitors from all over the western United States. Parades, carnivals, and pageants bring residents out to enjoy the celebration. The Heritage Jubilee celebrates the city's birthday. Each of the city's twelve neighborhoods hosts a different activity at this free family event.

In addition to these annual activities, the recreation department sponsors a variety of special events throughout the year. On summer evening you can stroll through the historic downtown park, the home of the Pleasant Grove Promenade. Visit the Farmer's Market, enjoy live music, shop the local boutique, or play in the kids' area. Bring your blanket and popcorn when the town hosts family friendly Movies in the Park. The children love the games, food, and fun at Pumpkin Fest each fall. To celebrate National Trails Week, residents bring the whole family to hike up Battlecreek Trail and participate in games and activities along the way.

Art & Recreation for Owners of Pleasant Grove Real Estate

Owners of Pleasant Grove real estate all have access to the 77,000 square foot Recreation Center, where they can find everything they need to get fit. The recreation department offers a full range of sports for adults and children while 13 city parks provide volleyball and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, walking trails, playgrounds, baseball and soccer fields, and picnic pavilions.

The arts also play a vital role in the lives of residents of Pleasant Grove real estate. The Arts Commission sponsors several groups to give the citizens plenty of opportunities to get involved. Center Stage Youth Performers, Concerts in the Park, Pleasant Grove Orchestra, and the Utah Children's Choir are great ways for residents to enjoy wonderful live entertainment right in their hometown.

Pleasant Grove, UT Vested in Education

Since the homes for sale in Pleasant Grove, Utah are an ideal choice for many families, residents have a vested interest in education. Several Alpine School District schools are available, including Central Elementary School, which is home to Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center. Parents also have access to two charter schools as well as Liahona Preparatory School. Excellent educational options as well as the vibrant lifestyle available in Pleasant Grove make it a place that anyone would be fortunate to call home.

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