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The White Sands subdivision located just north of W 2700 S in Syracuse, has high end luxury homes. The Canterberry,and San Melea Subdivisions also offer higher end homes for sale. This area is located just north and south of W 700 S, between S 3000 W and S 2000 S. Several luxury homes in the current price range of around $400,000 to $500,000 are scattered in subdivisions throughout the area. The Syracuse homes for sale truly offer something for absolutely everyone!
Currently for sale in the area are several homes under $200,000 in subdivisions such as Craig Estates, St Andrews Point, Muirfield and Maplewood. This is by all means not a complete list, but simply a general note of the great deals in the Syracuse real estate market.
In keeping with its family-friendly vibe, the Syracuse MLS listings offer several properties near a number of youth recreation programs including baseball, softball, football, tennis, soccer, tumbling and dance, and basketball. There are also a plethora of city parks, which offer walking and jogging trails, picnic facilities, pavilions, playgrounds, boweries, ball fields and volleyball courts. One local favorite recreational facility is the Old Emigration Trail, consisting of six nature trails of varying distances.
Proud of their history, Syracuse is home to The Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center, showcasing and preserving the past through extensive collections of personal belongings of the early Utah pioneers. Because Syracuse was a prolific early center of agriculture, the Farm and Home Building displays historic items relating to the early fruit industry and area dairy production. The Rentmeister Library of Utah History also resides among the museum buildings.
Improvements in infrastructure over the years have brought an influx of visitors through the heart of Syracuse, boosting its recreation-tourism economy. One such improvement was the late 1960's construction of the causeway between Syracuse and Antelope Island State Park. Antelope Island is the largest of ten islands located within the Great Salt Lake.
Commerce in the area is composed of many small businesses as well as the super retail sector, groceries, and medical offices.
With its commitment to affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and its educational system, Syracuse is a gem of a city for anyone who savors the beauty of the West but also desires access to urban centers.
We invite you to contact us as you begin your search through the Syracuse MLS® listings. Kris Bowen and his team know the area very well and can provide all the inside knowledge you will need to make an informed decision about one of the biggest (and best) decisions in your life!
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