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The Salt Lake City real estate market is affordable and offers a myriad of housing types, from cozy ramblers and ranches to contemporary bungalows and historic Tudor and Victorian style mansions. Smaller, cottage-style houses in Salt Lake City are priced starting from the low $100,000s to low to mid $200,000s. Beautiful larger homes with three to six bedrooms, fireplaces, larger lots, and scenic hill and mountain views can be purchased from the mid $200,000s to upper $400,000s. Spectacular, newly built and older estates are priced from the $500,000s to more than $5 million for magnificent luxury estates with scenic valley, canyon and lake views, on private lots of considerable acreage. Salt Lake City condominiums and townhouses can be found in the $100,000 to $250,000 range, and up, with luxury condos in the new City Creek development ranging from the high $300,000s to $1 million plus. Building lots and land for development are also available in Salt Lake City.

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With much to offer, Salt Lake City is a haven for sports enthusiasts, a scenic paradise with spectacular natural beauty, a transportation and commercial hub for the intermountain region, and a home to 191,000 residents. The greater Salt Lake City metropolitan area boasts over one million residents. Real estate options in Salt Lake City consist of single-family detached homes, estate properties, condominiums, townhomes, recreational properties, and residential building lots.

Salt Lake City gained worldwide recognition as the hosting city for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, which has enhanced the community's profile as a world-class travel destination. In addition to the area's nearly unlimited recreational opportunities, Salt Lake City offers a bustling economy, excellent schools, historic districts both Downtown and in nearby Sugarhouse, warm hospitality, and the "Greatest Snow on Earth." The area features a number of world-class ski resorts, many located within 30 minutes of downtown Salt Lake City, as well as historic sites, theaters, a wide variety of restaurants, art galleries and national parks.

Salt Lake City provides residents with all the amenities of a major metropolitan area, yet has retained the friendliness of a small, western city. Students in grades K-12 attend schools of the Salt Lake City and Granite districts, while areas in the south part of the county are served by the Jordan and newly formed Canyons school districts. Several colleges and universities, including the University of Utah, are available for those who wish to attain a degree in higher education.

Surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains to the east and the Oquirrh (pronounced "okre") Mountains to the west, Salt Lake offers fun for the entire family including skiing, hiking, biking, rock climbing, fishing, hunting and river rafting. Canyons are filled with wild flowers, glistening waterfalls and incredible foliage throughout much of the year, showcasing beautiful flowers and greenery as winter turns to spring, and brilliant fall colors as summer turns to fall.

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