Uintah Homes for Sale | Uintah, Utah Real Estate

Uintah Homes for Sale | Uintah, UT Real Estate

Uintah, Utah, is a small city at the southernmost tip of Weber County. Located near the mouth of Weber Canyon, the city is bordered by South Ogden to the north, Davis Canyon to the west and south, and the Wasatch Mountains to the east. About eight Mormon pioneer families arrived to settle the area in 1850. In 1852, more pioneer families joined the original settlers in the area, known then as East Weber.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 7
Average Price: $574,271
Highest Listing Price: $1,600,000
Lowest Listing Price: $59,900

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7 Properties Found.
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Photo of Listing #1410936

6484 S Bybee Dr E

$1,600,000

Uintah, UT
113 Acres
Land

2730 E 6425 S

$750,000

Uintah, UT
4 Bed | 5 Bath | 6281 ft2 | 0.47 Acres
Residential

1504 E 6400 S

$625,000

Uintah, UT
8.53 Acres
Land

Photo of Listing #1494692

2735 E 6000 S

$500,000

Uintah, UT
5 Bed | 4 Bath | 4281 ft2 | 0.46 Acres
Residential

1880 E 6550 S

$365,000

Uintah, UT
5 Bed | 4 Bath | 4982 ft2 | 0.55 Acres
Residential

1784 E 6450 S

$120,000

Uintah, UT
0.49 Acres
Land

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Uintah, Utah, is a small city at the southernmost tip of Weber County.  Located near the mouth of Weber Canyon, the city is bordered by South Ogden to the north, Davis Canyon to the west and south, and the Wasatch Mountains to the east.  About eight Mormon pioneer families arrived to settle the area in 1850.  In 1852, more pioneer families joined the original settlers in the area, known then as East Weber.  A railroad station was constructed for rail access to nearby Weber Canyon in 1869, and the town changed its name to Uintah at that time.  The population fluctuated drastically throughout the next 50 years, and Uintah was eventually incorporated in 1937.

 
Today, approximately 1,300 residents call Uintah home.  Residents have access to a number of wonderful amenities both within and outside city limits.  With the help of its youth council, Uintah holds many exciting activities for residents, including a Turkey Trot near Thanksgiving, a Trunk-or-Treat on Halloween, and much more.  In addition, the city is home to a beautiful public park, which residents can reserve for private use through the city's recreation department.  Beyond that, Uintah is within a short driving distance of many of northern Utah's finest recreational sites.  For example, Snowbasin Ski Resort is a quick 30-minute drive away via Weber Canyon.  Ogden Valley's other ski areas--Wolf Mountain and Powder Mountain--are within an hour's drive.  Park City and Salt Lake City are both within a 60-minute drive as well.
 
Uintah offers mostly residential and suburban living, with some luxury living mixed in.  A large majority of Uintah homes are valued between $200,000 and $300,000, and the median home cost is $184,600.