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$ 1,45M
Price:  Lower
Listed: 06/25/22

North Minots Ledge Drive, Highland, UT 84004, USA

Single Family Residence

2019Year Built:
house Description
Enjoy coming home to this beautiful Highland home surrounded by mountains and green space. This smart home offers upgrades throughout, including; a gourmet kitchen with upgraded cabinets and countertops throughout and 8' tall doors on main level. The lower level is perfect for entertaining offering tall 9' ceilings with a kitchenette and wired for a projector with plenty of storage and a workout room. Large windows throughout bring natural light and stunning views from every room. Outside, enjoy stunning views with a lighted covered patio and natural gas fire pit. This home offers peace of mind with a built in radon mitigation system and is plumbed for a water softener. Hiking and mountain biking trails through neighborhood as well as the Beacon Hill neighborhood park with disk golf and perfect sledding hills.


  • This house has a spectacular relaxation spot - a deck Deck
  • Parking space is available for your convenience Parking Spot
  • Cozy up in front of the fireplace Fireplace
  • Save space with an on-site storage Storage
Home Details
Roof Type
Roof Deck
Oven - Double
Range - Gas
Floor Covering
Heating System
Heating Fuel
Natural Gas
Property Manager
Presidio Real Estate
Highland Housing & Living
Household Income
Median household income: $128,938
Number of households: 4,206
The average household income in Highland, UT grew from $122,666 to $128,938 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 4,206 households in Highland, UT.
The chart below presents how household income is distributed in Highland, UT in comparison to the revenue allocation amid households nationally.
Property Taxes
Average range: $2k-$3k
One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Highland, UT compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Highland, UT equals $2k-$3k, which is less than the national average.