Come check out Stansbury Park homes and find the little town that could. It was first planned and developed in the 60s and 70s, and it sounded great on paper-- more parks than any other community in the state, greenspace, not one but two golf courses, and even a man-made sailing lake. The only problem was that not enough Salt Lake City professionals were convinced the lovely town was worth the 30-minute commute. After the original development company went bankrupt, Tooele County took over.
Since the early 90s, the secret of Stansbury Park real estate has been discovered and now these homes are in demand. And it’s no mystery when you realize that the original plan has been followed pretty closely. The community hasn’t yet worked itself up to two golf courses, but at least there is one. And if you decide to move out of the city and into this small town, what you give up in downtown hustle and bustle you’ll gain in parklands. The town loves to remind everyone that there are more parks and greenspace here than anywhere else in Utah. There are 18 fully developed parks, with more in the pipeline. Get the kids out of the house and let them run wild outside. And let’s face it, adults like to run a little wild outdoors, too. Then there’s the man-made Stansbury Lake. Those lucky enough to own a lakefront home can take out a kayak or canoe any time. Everyone else in town can run over and go swimming or splash around in a boat, too.
Start searching Stansbury Park homes and you’ll find a whole lot of recent and brand-new construction. We’ve got open floor plans, great kitchens, and big backyards. Water babies can opt for a lakefront house, while the wild childs choose a place bordering the wild greenspace or a short walk from one of the parks.
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