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$100,000 160 acres
SW 1/4 Sec 12 T4S R10W USM, Heber City, UT 84032 - Wasatch County

Wasatch Mountain Ranch

Wasatch Mountain Ranch #160 Situated in the scenic surroundings of the Strawberry River Valley, is the Wasatch Mountain Ranch. With open areas, tree filled draws, and outstanding recreating. Whilst available to those who choose to live here, it is also one of the most visited areas in the state. The area is well known for its rich tradition of outdoor recreating. Wasatch Mountain Ranch has varied terrain. Open areas for cattle grazing, ranching, and just for enjoying some open views. Heavily treed draws lead from the mountain tops, to the outstanding Strawberry River. The top part of Bear Hollow is encompassed by the ranch. Private landowners provide a security, with gated entry to all surrounding ranches. All rights associated with the
Kent "Duke" Boyington St. James Sporting Properties
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$997,000 141 acres
17525 E Hwy 40, Heber City, UT 84032 - Wasatch County

Business and Land

This property is unique consisting of numerous land types: - Highway frontage on Hwy 40 and Currant Creek County Road - The trailer court, with 46 hookups including drinking water, septic and power. - Two creeks, Deep Creek and Currant Creek, crossing the property. - Horse Property sub-irrigated, with cottonwoods and willows - Mountain property where pines and quakies reside including one great building areas for cabins - Fish Ponds on the west side. - Sandstone mountains, a majestic backdrop for the property. - Fantastic Water Rights for drinking water and irrigation
Eileen Anderson Spirit Real Estate LC
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$997,000 1,120 acres
6000 N 9000E, Heber City, UT 84032 - Wasatch County

Pristine Mountain Hunting Property

Southeast of the Strawbery Reservoir in Wasatch County is a in-holding within the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and next to Ashley National Forest on the West. Originally used by the Butterfield family for grazing and is still under greenbelt. This is a tremendous hunting property for cougar, elk, deer, black bear, and moose. Hunting area map on the DWR website is Wasatch Mountains - Avintaquin. There is reasonable access into the property across Forest Service Roads, where one can gain access from either Soldier Summit or Fruitland, then to Reservation Ridge and onto property. Stands of Pines, Quaken Aspens, sagebrush, oak brush, rock outcroppings and other native vegetation of mountain terrain at an elevation averaging 8000'. Adj
Eileen Anderson Spirit Real Estate LC