Durfee Creek

Durfee Creek is quite possibly the most beautiful subdivision in Ogden Valley.  Tucked away on a mountainside in Liberty, Utah, Durfee Creek overlooks North Fork Park to the southwest, the stunning Wasatch Mountains to the west and north, and Liberty and Eden in the distance to the south.  These views are magnificently striking.  As the northernmost subdivision in Ogden Valley, Durfee Creek is 20 minutes south of downtown Eden, and its privacy and muted noise is one of the neighborhood's selling points. This and the spectacular views are truly Durfee Creek's finest and most unrivaled qualities.

Durfee Creek contains 63 lots. Most are just over one acre in size with a few larger two-plus-acres mixed in. Durfee Creek has certain building restrictions and other regulations so as to protect and enhance the natural majesty of the subdivision. As such, there are many beautiful homes in Durfee Creek.

Homes in Durfee Creek are on a master sewer system with culinary water serviced by Liberty Pipeline. All other utilities--phone, gas, power, and internet--are available as well. Because of its location, Durfee Creek receives more snow in the winter than most other neighborhoods in the area. The roads are public and Weber County takes care of snow removal. 

Interested in other properties? Check out Liberty, Utah real estate, Eden ski homes, or Highlands Real Estate.

Durfee Creek Homes and Land For Sale

Price, High to Low
1 Properties Found.

1984 E 6925 N


Liberty, UT
4 Bed | 4 Bath | 3055 ft2 | 1.52 Acres


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