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$599,000 3.61 acres 2 Beds | 3 Baths
586 North Us Highway 89, Hatch, UT 84735 - Garfield County

3.61 acres Hatch, UT

Turn-Key Commercial Restaurant/Store/Residence Cabin Property 19 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park on 3.61 ac. Live and Work in one of the World's Most Popular Vacation Destinations. Many International visitors from Europe & Asia. Current Traffic counts on Hwy 89 during spring,summer,fall seasonal months of over 1 million visitors. Restaurant has Jaw Dropping views of Red Rocks (seats 63). The adjacent motel and RV Park is a opportunity for walkins. Includes oversized parking, furniture, and fixtures.
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$74,900 10.12 acres
Sec 4 T37S R6W, Hatch, UT 84735 - Garfield County

10.12 acres Hatch, UT

For those looking for property where they can have a small ranch or just space away from their neighbors this 10 acres is the property for you. Located just off HWY 89 with easy year-round access, power, and water rights which would allow you to drill your own well; this property has it all. The area is known for the magnificent views of Southern Utah including the back side of Bryce Canyon.
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$69,000 19.77 acres
Old Hatchery - Hatch/Mammoth, Hatch, UT 84762 - Garfield County

19.77 acres Hatch, UT

Outstanding view property in Garfield County has views of the Pink cliffs and Eastern mountains. This parcel was just professionally surveyed and is ready for your cabin or home in the beauty of Utah's color country. Power is about a half mile away; water would be by well. There are several wonderful home sites that would be excellent for solar. Propane is also available by delivery. About a mile down the road is Mammoth Creek, and a few miles west of that, Dixie National Forest with access to atv trails. Also close by is the town of Hatch and even more trails on the east side of highway 89. Seller will consider financing with a good down. Water rights for a well are available but not included. Enjoy peace & quiet, without CCRs or HOAs. Com
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$44,900 0.48 acres
773 E Aspen Meadow DR, Hatch, UT 84735 - Garfield County

0.48 acres Hatch, UT

Corner lot off paved, main road through Mammoth Creek with easy access all year round! Utilities are available in road. Wide open spaces for atv rides in the winter and fishing in the summer across the street in Mammoth Creek. Brian Head, Panguitch Lake, Bryce Canyon, Duck Creek are all nearby. Water connection fees and info is available.
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$27,900 1.6 acres
2460 E Sunset Cir, Hatch, UT 84735 - Garfield County

1.6 acres Hatch, UT

Oversize 1.6 acre wooded lot with mild grade affords a stunning view to the northeast of the Sunset Cliffs! Tarred roads means no mud or dust. Located at corner of cul-de-sac, this beautiful lot would be the ideal spot for your full time residence or summer cabin. Roads are plowed, all utilities in the street, and best of all, this lot is priced to sell! CCRs in place to ensures quality homes throughout the community. Sevier river fishing close by, and the location is a hub for enjoying the many recreational opportunities nearby. Close to the small town of Hatch for your basic needs and an hour away from Cedar City or Kanab for shopping.
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$14,000 0.51 acres
233 W Pinyon Rd, TC-143, Hatch, UT 84735 - Garfield County

0.51 acres Hatch, UT

Nicely wooded with tall pine trees. Sloped lot excellent for walk-out basement. Views from the lot looking toward the mountains that are surrounding the area. Power is in the area and to the property boundary. Water is hauled by the property owner and stored in a water tank on the property. Close proximity to fishing Mammoth Creek. Tommy Creek is a small subdivision located in our Mammoth Creek community sitting within the Dixie National Forest between Duck Creek Village and Brian Head Ski Resort. The creek known as Tommy Creek feeds into Mammoth Creek which flows eastward into the Sevier River ending approx 2 miles south of Hatch Utah. The headwater of Mammoth Creek begins between Brian Head Peak and Cedar Breaks National Monument. This sp