Torrey UT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Torrey, UT is $282,700.
the county median home value of $254,700.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Torrey, UT is $282,700.
Approximately 53.31% of Torrey homes are owned,
compared to 5.06% rented, while
41.63% are vacant.
Torrey real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Torrey real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
This custom built home sits on 7 acres with extraordinary views all around. Sit and enjoy your coffee on the front porch and take in all the beauty of the red rocks. The back yard has sweeping views of the boulder mountains. The sunrises and sunsets are like no where else in the world. Pictures do not do the views justice. You have to see them for yourself. Near highway 24. Close to hiking trails, riding trails, near the thousand lakes trail head. Mins to Capitol Reef National Park, and famous Highway 12 and the boulder mountains. Walking distance to fine dining in Torrey. Once inside, you can gather your family and friends in the open living space. Classy and inviting, with vaulted ceilings and tons of windows and natural light. The kitchen boasts granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Wood tile floors and plush carpet throughout. 3 bedrooms on the main floor 2.5 bathrooms. The basement is ready for the finishing touches, it just needs flooring and finish work. 3 additional bedroom, full bath and living space. All of the furnishing and dcor are included.
The Bones on this one are good! Complete clean slate ready for your remodel to make this home your own. Great location in the heart of Torrey. Convenient to all of the town's great amenities. Located just outside of one of Utah's Mighty Five National Parks: Capitol Reef. Walking distance into town to enjoy everything that Torrey has to offer. Great floor plan, with lots of space and views here in Torrey, Utah! Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only and were obtained from county records. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.
Cabin in Sleeping Rainbow bordering the National Forest. Full acre with 1 bedroom and 2 baths. Pleasant indoor and outdoor living areas. Open kitchen/living space with pine interior and nice red rock views. Partially covered deck with a terrific view in every direction. Private drive. Easy care landscaping of native shrubs and bushes. Bunkhouse and shed.
This 226 acre oasis in the middle of the red rock is known as the Durfey Ranch. This remarkable homestead boasts 660 apple trees, 50 apricot, 25 almond with pastures for grazing cattle and cultivating crops. The water is of utmost value being primary share from pleasant creek from April to November. 30 x40' shop w/ power 220 concrete floor and mandoor. Wildlife is a plenty with huge buck, mountain lion, coyotes, and turkeys. Enjoy starry nights and hundred of miles of ATV, horse and hiking trails. Central location and close to the Burr trail, Boulder, Capital Reef, Lake Powell, Torrey, Escalante, Bryce, and the Henry Mountains. Buyer to verify all information. See also MLS# 1589576 Notom has been called "an oasis in the desert". In a harsh, rather bleak landscape, that is an accurate description and it is because there is water. Water is more valuable than gold. Notom has the primary water right of 6.3 cfs. on Pleasant Creek from April 1 to November 1. Pleasant Creek is one of only two stream flows in Utah and has it's head waters on the Boulder Mountain. The water travels a number of miles before it reaches Notom and flows into the head of the ditch. This ditch was constructed over a 100 years ago by George Durfey with horses and scrapers and with the use of a homemade level. There have been improvements, in the form of sluish gates and pipelines but the original ditch remains. As you look out at fields of alfalfa, green pastures where cows and horses graze, and apricot, almond, and apple trees laden with fruit, you realize that water is truly the "lifeblood" of this arid land.
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