Beautifully maintained home. Updates throughout the house. 2nd owner same family. Large living room with den area. Large kitchen and dining room. Main level laundry and mudroom. 2 working fire places. Extra (3rd) room in basement but does not have a closet. Large private yard mostly fenced in. Views of the mountains with no backyard neighbors. There is a second lot that is combined with the property could possibly be re-subdivided. Or there is
This beautiful piece of development property is located 1 mile from interstate I-15 access. One mile from Plymouth, 2 1/2 miles from Nucor Steel plant. An excellent property to build your dream home on 57 acres with malad River access for fishing and hunting on your own privet hunting and fishing compound (pheasant, duck, partridge, deer). Also a great property for a residential development. Water and electric are on the road, it will require
GARLAND UT REAL ESTATE
If you are in the market to buy real estate in Garland, Utah, you'll find homes old and new, and many with large lots and acreage. You will find homes as low as seventy thousand up the the mid three hundred thousand dollars.
Whether you are looking for single-family homes, short-sales, foreclosures, horse properties, or land, we are Garland UT Realtors that can help you find exactly what you are looking for!
GARLAND HOME SALES STATISTICS FOR 2015
(Numbers are taken from the Wasatch Front MLS for single-family homes in Garland)
Homes Sold in 2015- 59
Average Original List Price - $156,647
Average Original Sold Price - $145,658
Average Percentage of List to Sold Price - 92%
Average Days on Market - 68 Days
Garland is a town located in the Bear River Valley in the eastern part of Box Elder County. Garland is surrounded by mountains on three sides and is situated on the east bank of the Malad River. Garland is 40.7 miles north of Ogden (40 minutes away) and 75.4 miles north of Salt Lake City (about 1 hour 10 minutes away via I-15).
Garland has a total area of 1.9 square miles. All of it is land. The zip code for Garland is 84312.
Adjacent towns to Garland include: Tremonton to the south: and Riverside to the north.
Garland was first settled in the late 1880s and originally named "Sunset." It was around 1895 that the city was renamed Garland after William Garland.
Settlers looked to the Bear River as an important source of water. In 1889 John R Bothwell secured financing for a canal from Quaker societies in the British Isles. The contract to build the canal was given to William Garland. About seven thousand men worked on the project.
The availability of irrigation water has brought many people to Garland from other places in Utah.
The first school in Garland was built in 1898. Later, in 1921, Bear River High School was build at the southern edge of Garland to serve Garland and Tremonton.
The intersection of Main and Factory Street flourished after the construction of the Utah Sugar Company factory in 1903. The primary economic activity in Garland was the sugar factory and production of sugar beets until the factory closed in 1978.
Garland has a population of 2400. Garland's population has grown 22% since 2000.
Garland gets about 15 inches of rain and 32 inches of snow. The number of days with measurable precipitation is about 75. There are 217 sunny days per year. The July high is around 90 degrees, and the January low is average 14 degrees. The comfort index is 68 out of 100. The higher the number the more comfortable. The US average on comfort index is 44.
ECONOMY & HOUSEHOLD INCOME
The unemployment rate for Garland Utah is 3.4%, with job growth of just over 4%.
The sales tax rate is 5.95%, and income tax is 5.00%. The median household income is $47,841, family median household income is $53,922.
Production, Transportation, Material Moving 26.27%
Garland 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 for Garland include:
Garland Elementary - 450 South 100 West, Garland
Harris Intermediate School - 515 North 800 West, Tremonton
Bear River Middle School - 300 East 1500 South, Garland
Bear River High School - 1450 South Main, Garland
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES NEARBY
Bridgerland Applied Technology College (Campus' in Brigham and Logan, Utah)
Stevens-Heneger College (Logan, UT)
Utah State University (Logan, UT)
Utah State University Extension (Brigham City, UT)
Weber State University (Ogden, UT)
HOSPITALS/MEDICAL CENTERS NEAREST TO GARLAND, UTAH