Santa Clara

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Santa Clara City is the ideal scene of a hometown community. Carved out of the desert by faithful pioneers and built into the "garden spot" of Washington County, it serves as a respite for both visitors and residents . . .

Santa Clara Listing Stats
Total Listings 7
Average Price $1,472,456
Highest Price $4,299,995
Lowest Price $399,900

Santa Clara Homes for Sale

6 Properties Found. Page 1 of 1.
Photo of Listing #21-220085

2512 Malaga Dr, Santa Clara

$4,299,995 - 8 Beds, 8 Baths, 15,053 Sf

MLS® # 21-220085

SNOW CANYON MARKETING
Photo of Listing #21-219865

250 N Legrande Circle #6, Santa Clara

$3,217,500 - 4 Beds, 6 Baths, 7,776 Sf

MLS® # 21-219865

CENTURY 21 EVEREST ST GEORGE
Photo of Listing #21-221686

3705 Kenzies Way, Santa Clara

$849,900 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,528 Sf

MLS® # 21-221686

RE/MAX ASSOCIATES ST GEORGE
Photo of Listing #21-220316

2779 Bella Sol Dr, Santa Clara

$625,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,902 Sf

MLS® # 21-220316

RED ROCK REAL ESTATE
Photo of Listing #21-221168

2600 El Vista Dr, Santa Clara

$465,000 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,424 Sf

MLS® # 21-221168

RE/MAX ASSOCIATES SOUTHERN UTAH
Photo of Listing #21-221633

2771 Canyon View Dr, Santa Clara

$399,900 - 5 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,652 Sf

MLS® # 21-221633

SALISBURY HOMES REAL ESTATE LLC

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Santa Clara City is the ideal scene of a hometown community. Carved out of the desert by faithful pioneers and built into the "garden spot" of Washington County, it serves as a respite for both visitors and residents. Tall sycamores line the main street, shading humble pioneer structures, brick bungalows, and ranch-style homes.

Numerous young families have made Santa Clara Heights their home in the many new neighborhoods overlooking magnificent views of the red rock mountains, black lava fields and Snow Canyon.

Santa Clara History

Santa Clara was named by Spanish explorers in honor of a saint. "Santa" means a female saint and "Clara" means a short interval of fair weather. In the spring of 1854, missionaries came and stayed with the Paiute Indians living in the area. Later that year, Jacob Hamblin and company arrived in the valley and worked with the 800-member Paiute tribe, who were already farming along the Santa Clara Creek. Together they built the first irrigation canal, and the first cotton grown in the Utah Territory.

Santa Clara - Today

Today you can enjoy their historic tree-lined streets which are only minutes from St George. This historic community was built on banks of the Santa Clara Creek and was the considered the oasis of the area, especially for travelers going to Southern California. The local government foresee Santa Clara as blossoming town rising in the middle of a desert.

Santa Clara continues its strong sense of heritage through its landmarks, historical buildings, parks and annual Swiss Days Celebration. This is all a complement to the small (population nearing 6,000), yet diverse, collection of well manicured neighborhoods and beautiful Santa Clara homesites. From the valley where settlement first started, to the heights where subdivisions look across rugged lava to red sandstone mountains, to the cool banks of the Santa Clara River, it is a place where friends, family and neighbors live, work and play together. Santa Clara is a place that residents love to call "home."

Information courtesy of the St George Chamber of Commerce.

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