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Alpine Real Estate

Alpine Real Estate History

Alpine was settled in 1850 by a group of Mormon pioneers who were sent to Utah County to tend raise livestock in the area. Alpine was named because it reminded the Latter-Day Saint Prophet Brigham Young of the Swiss Alps. Alpine remained largely rural for nearly a century but then experienced rapid growth in the late 1900s, especially in the 90s. It is located on the slopes of the Wasatch Range with impeccable views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

With the completion of Traverse Ridge Road, which connects Salt Lake County and Utah County, and the near complete expansion of SR 92, connecting Alpine to I15, Alpine has become tremendously more accessible to those working outside the city’s borders. With the completion of these thoroughfares the beauty and spectacular views of Alpine are now more accessible than ever to Utah home buyers.

Alpine Quick Facts

Size: 7.2 Sq miles

Population (2009) 10,181

School District: Alpine School District  

Famous Alpine Real Estate

The beautiful thing about Alpine is that it is known more for it’s natural beauty than for the man made buildings around. You simply could not ask for a city with more spectacular beauty than Alpine.

Major Influences of Alpine Real Estate

Location, location, location! – Alpine is the envy of every home buyers eye. With gorgeous houses, impeccable views and very easy access to American Fork canyon, you simply could not ask for a better real estate location.

Easy Access – The completion of SR 92 will provide “commuter lanes” from I-15 to Highland Boulevard, these lanes with provide a direct connection to and from I-15 without traffic signals, these will drastically reduce the commute time for residents of Alpine.

Employers- With big companies like IM Flash nearby there are abundant opportunities in the Alpine area.

Alpine Lifestyle

Residents of Alpine enjoy million dollar views of the Wasatch Mountains and easy access up American Fork canyon and all of the recreational opportunities that the canyon provides (hiking, fishing, camping, cycling, etc. ). Residents of Alpine enjoy a small town feel with easy access to bigger cities and amenities within a short drive.

Alpine is home to the Alpine Arts Center, Burgess Park, Lambert Park (commonly used for mountain biking), Petersen Arboretum, and Sliding Rock (a natural water slide, perfect for those hot summer days!). Alpine is also host to Alpine Days, a week long event that includes dozens of family events, including a parade, rodeo, car show and quilt show.

Most importantly residents of Alpine enjoy a strong sense of community. Neighbors know their neighbors and this fosters not only a great community, but a safe community.

 

Alpine Down Payment Assistance

We pride ourselves on being up to date with all assistance programs that can save you money on your new home. There are Alpine specific programs and grants available that we can assist you in securing which will help to make your dream of owning a home in Alpine a reality. Contact us today so we can share these programs and incentives to you.

Alpine Housing Market Statistics

Consistent with real estate trends across the state, home prices in Alpine are phenomenal! With a huge selection of new and existing homes, there has never been a better time to consider making a real estate purchase in Alpine.

Builders in Alpine

  • Garden Gate Homes

Alpine Real Estate Experts

The Red Sign Team has been helping people interested in buying or selling Alpine real estate for years. Our experts are familiar with the market trends for Alpine, and Utah real estate in general. We are confident that we will be able to provide you with the friendly, knowledgeable, helpful and experienced real estate service that you deserve. Contact us today!