Blog: Community Happenings, Events, and Real Estate News - Blog Archive: February, 2012

February 2012

Found 3 blog entries for February 2012.

This beautiful rambler in Huntsville, Utah home is the perfect place to call home. Located near the Huntsville Utah Monastery this home offers mountain views in all directions on a flat 2 acre lot. The community of Monastery Cove is zoned for horses, making it the perfect home for animals too. Enjoy the quiet of a small town living in the beauty of Ogden Valley. Snowbasin is within a twenty minute drive, Pineview Reservoir is an easy ten minute drive or bike ride. This is located in unincorporated Huntsville and falls under Weber County for ordinances, etc.,

The Huntsville Home 

Built in 2006 as a builder's personal residence, the upgrades and thoughtful design of this home immediately demand your attention. The exterior features real rock,

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One of Ogden's finest homes, this open mountain home is a perfect 10 out of 10. Located in Quail Creek sub division, at 1780 Meadow Creek Lane, enjoy the close proximity of outdoor activities, hiking trails and Utah's world class skiing. The hillsides of the Ben Lomond Mountain Range provide a beautiful environment for this home. The large windows throughout the home let the sunlight in and provide an exceptional sense of positive energy. The outside covering of the house is a mix of brick and stucco. This Ramble/Ranch style house was built in 2000 and to this day is still in pristine condition. Complete with a fully landscaped yard consisting of flat terrain and pine trees in abundance! This deluxe Ogden home offers features such as bay box windows

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Public notice is hereby given that the Town Council of Huntsville, Utah, Weber County, will hold a Public Hearing on February 2nd, 2012, at 6:00 p.m. at the Ogden Valley Branch Library. To discuss the following item: As reported in the last couple Huntsville Town Council and Huntsville Planning Commission meetings, the Town recently completed the purchasing of the vacant property where the old Valley School stood. The purchase was made possible by the combination of a Federal community development block grant (CDBG) and a bank loan. The grant made this important acquisition possible, but requires the building of a new Town maintenance building which will replace the

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