1687 S High Plains Rd
5 Bed | 6 Bath | 7243 ft2 | 1.33 Acres
Offering this one of a kind, private 36 acre horse property bordering the former Monastery in the far SE corner of the Ogden Valley in E. Huntsville, UT. At the heart of the property are 2 seasonal streams feeding a beautiful pond, centrally located on the acreage. There is an enclosed orchard with 50 apple trees and a few pear and apricot trees to the east. Christmas trees are growing in an area to the west. Approximately 25 shares of water, two wells and 2 Huntsville water hookups are included in the sale. Most of this acreage is located in Greenbelt which lowers property taxes substantially. Also included are a variety of structures including a 1920's, 2 bedroom, 2100 sq ft caretakers quarters with hot tub, detached extra deep 2 car garage with workshop, small bunkhouse, meat storage house, utility building, additional carport with storage area for farm equipment, fenced areas for livestock, hay storage, and more. This is habitat for deer, wild turkey, great horned owls, blue heron, sand hill cranes, and many other animals. Pineview Reservoir for year 'round activities is 10 min away. Situated within minutes from 3 ski resorts: Snowbasin, Powder Mtn and Nordic Valley. Approximately one hour drive to Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake City Airport. Shown by appointment to qualified Buyers only, thank-you! Sale includes 5 Tax Parcel ID #'s: 21-037-0017, 21-037-0015, 21-037-0028, 21-037-0033 and 21-037-0032.
|Price Increased (from $1,600,000)||$1,800,000||$200,000 (12.50%)|
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