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  • Alpine

    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…

  • American Fork

    American Fork History The area now known as American Fork was settled in 1850 by Mormon pioneers, and incorporated as “Lake City” ub 1852. The name was changed to American…

  • Eagle Mountain

    Eagle Mountain Real Estate History In 1994 John Walden and Eagle Mountain Properties purchased the land that is now Eagle Mountain in a bankruptcy sale. Initially they were mostly interested…

  • Highland

    Highland Real Estate History Highland was settled in 1853 but not incorporated as a city until July 13, 1977! Highland was named for the Scottish Highlands and also for its…

  • Lehi

    Lehi Real Estate History Utah County’s northernmost community, now known as Lehi, was settled by Mormon Pioneers in 1850. The area had grown rapidly and by 1852 the several small…

  • Lindon

    Lindon Real Estate History Lindon has an abundant cultural and historical background. Originally settled in 1861, Lindon began as pioneers moved into what was then the Lindon grazing land. The…

  • Orem

    Orem Real Estate The City of Orem was organized in 1919 and named after Walter C. Orem, President of the Salt Lake and Utah Railroad. Orem is now the commercial…

  • Pleasant Grove

    Pleasant Grove Real Estate History Pleasant Grove, Utah County, was founded by Mormon settlers on 13 September 1850, and became an incorporated city on 19 January 1855. It is located…

  • Provo

    Provo Real Estate History Provo is the county seat of Utah County and is the third largest city in the state of Utah. Located just 43 miles south of Salt…

  • Saratoga Springs

    Saratoga Springs History Saratoga Springs was developed by a group of land owners desiring to develop lakeside and foothill properties to take advantage of the spectacular view and resort style…

  • Spanish Fork

    Spanish Fork Real Estate History Spanish Fork is a rapidly growing city in southern Utah County. The city is at the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon and offers spectacular views…

  • Springville

    Springville Real Estate History First explored in 1776 by Father Silverstre Velez de Escalante, a Jesuit Priest, Springville was originally settled in 1850 by eight pioneer families who crossed the…