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$185,000 11.32 acres
355 South Highway 12, Torrey, UT 84775 - Wayne County

11.32 acres in Torrey

One of a kind parcel on designated scenic Highway 12 near Capitol Reef and Boulder Mountain. No restrictions - possible to split. Nice variety to the landscape. Pinion covered high spots, sloping and level areas with terrific views from everywhere on the entire parcel. Torrey City water connected. Located between Torrey and Boulder south of the junction of Highway 12 and 24. Only 8 miles from Capitol Reef National Park. Tremendous recreational area.
Cathy Bagley Boulder Mountain Realty, Inc
$2,550,000 46 acres 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 8000 sqft
1100 S SR 12, Grover, UT 84773 - Wayne County

46 acres Grover, UT

This one of a kind property is situated at the base of Boulder Mountain and located adjacent to Highway 12, designated as an All-American Scenic Byway minutes from Capitol Reef National Park. This property was meticulously planned and built with great attention to detail, every window has been meticulously placed to capture the incredible views no matter where you stand. Features include high end Thermador appliances, Geothermal HVAC (8 zones), theater room, large great room & freestanding curved entry way, gentleman's barn with large storage area above accessible by a drop down ramp.
$310,000 4.96 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1240 sqft
104 W 950 N, Torrey, UT 84775 - Wayne County

4.96 acres Torrey, UT

This amazing property is located in picturesque Torrey, Utah the western gate of Capital Reef National Park. Surrounded by amazing views of ancient red rock and an endless expanse over the valley, this property is one of a kind. Are you looking for a new home off the beaten path and away from the noise and hustle of the city? Maybe you are looking for the perfect getaway where you can rest and relax in the quiet warmth of the mountain. At night you can set up your lawn chair and sit in amazement at the stars since you are looking at one of the most famous certified dark skies on earth. This property is also loaded with potential! Build the home of our dreams or set up your own ranchette. Don't miss this rare home in the red rock. A
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$190,000 7.54 acres
Torrey, UT 84775 - Wayne County

7.54 acres Torrey, UT

If you are looking for a great property with views that go on forever, then this is the land for you. 7.54 acres of some of the most beautiful land you have ever seen. Culinary water and power are stubbed to the property. Easy access and just moments away from Torrey, Utah and Capital Reef National Park. We have a second lot adjacent to this one; Please reference MLS# 1398162 for an additional 4.96 acres, out buildings and a home.
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$120,000 10 acres
10 ACRES FREEMONT OFF HWY 72, Loa, UT 84747 - Wayne County

10 acres Loa, UT

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS PROPERTY! BRING your LIVESTOCK..bring your TRAILERS..BUILD a Home..Build your DREAMS. FULLY FENCED with 3 GATES..3 shares of Irrigation @ the Head of the Water Source! Fremont River runs right along the property. The Fremont/ Loa Ditch is piped at the North Gated Entrance for easy passage. YOU GOTTA COME AND SEE THIS AMAZING ACREAGE!!!
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$49,900 3.19 acres
3.19 Acres Teasdale, Loa, UT 84747 - Wayne County

3.19 acres Loa, UT

3.19 Acres In Teasdale. Great Location. Escape The Heat And Enjoy Hiking, Trail Riding, Hunting And Great Fishing Areas.
$47,900 1.3 acres
460 Red Ridge Dr., Torrey, UT 84775 - Wayne County

1.3 acres Torrey, UT

Incredible views, large lot, Beautiful natural landscaping, close to national park. The address would show TORREY as the town, but it is not officially in the town. Culinary water is available from Torrey if the rules of the new water ordinance are followed. Everything in Wayne County is on Septic Tanks...but when the subdivision was formed, it was discovered that there was a rock ledge just under the surface so individual septic tanks and drain fields would not work. So a community system was built.