Here is your opportunity to own a small farm of your own! 9.32 acres with 4 Bear River Canal water shares, 50'x30' hay barn with stalls, hay loft, water and power. A little over 7 acres fenced pastures for livestock, bear river river frontage, and partially secluded! Easy access to I-15. The home is a solid ranch rambler with needs of finished upgrades. Lifetime roof, Culinary water well, wood burning fireplaces and main floor laundry with a
Beautiful 3 bedroom Manufactured Home with BIG 2-Car Garage! New Windows and outside Doors. Big, fully-fenced yard. Natural Gas. Kids can go to either Box Elder or Bear River Schools. Has both Central Air, and Evaporative Air. Has Central Gas Furnace, AND a Gas Heater for a "hot-spot" to sit by on cold winter nights!
Bear River City UT is a small town in Box Elder County, Utah, located just west of the Interstate I-15. Bear River City is 30 miles from the Idaho border via the I-15, 30 miles from Logan via UT-30, and 35 miles from Ogden via the I-15.
Bear River City has a total land area of 1.6 square miles, with none of it consisting of water. However, the Bear River runs along the east side of the city. The zip code for Bear River City is 84301.
Adjacent towns to Bear River City include Elwood to the north; Honeyville to the east on the other side of I-15; and Corinne to the south, and Penrose to the far west.
Since 2000 the population as risen just under 9% bringing the Bear River City population to 842 people as of 2013. Being a small city means very few homes comes up for sale. If you are looking to move to the Bear River City area, contact us and we will be sure to inform you when a new property comes available as soon as it hits the market.
Bear River City Homes Sales Statistics for 2015
Homes Sold in 2015 - 6
Average Original Listing Price - $193,360
Average Original Sold Price - $174,580
Percentage of List to Sold Price - 95%
Average Days on Market - 111 days
Bear River City Public Schools
Bear River City Public Schools are a part of the Box Elder School District. Children go to four schools: Elementary (Kindergarten- 5th); Intermediate (6th - 7th); Middle School (8th - 9th); and High School (10th - 12th). The schools include: