About The Area
In name and value, Settler’s Square honors the rich pioneering history of Enoch, Utah. Even though Enoch is now the second largest community in Iron County, it continues to maintain the charm of a small town. Farm and ranch land remain plentiful, giving residents the opportunity to experience country living while being only ten minutes from the convenience of the city. Nearby Three Peaks Recreation Area offers over 6000 acres of BLM land featuring activities like: mountain biking, hiking, picnicking, disc golf, OHV and ATV riding, RC car driving, model plane flying, camping, and horseback riding. Living in Enoch Locals gather in Enoch for a selection of popular town events like the July 4th 5K Fun Run, the Barbeque at Old Enoch Park, sporting events, and the Enoch Pioneer Day Celebration. Locals also enjoy all that nearby Three Peaks Recreation Area has to offer, such as mountain biking, hiking, ATV riding, camping, horseback riding, and so much more! Even though Enoch is primarily a residential town, there are still local amenities like Family Dollar, Foster's Market, Ladybug Nursery, High Desert Auto Sales, and Red Rover Retreat at The Hitch'n Post. Enoch is currently in a stage of unprecedented growth and the development of Settler's Square is right in the heart of this upward growth trend. Schools in the Area Settler's Square lies within the boundaries of Enoch Elementary School, Canyon View Middle School, and Canyon View High School. Another option for your K-8 graders is Gateway Preparatory Academy, located just 3 miles from Settler's Square.
Located on the West side of Cedar City on Highway 56. The Meadows @ Iron West feature a more modern and unique home design with split level options. Our growing "Meadows" community offers endless possibilities for a laid back lifestyle with the most current trends! Living in the Area Living in Festival City USA, Cedar City you can always count on something to see or do. Cedar is home to the Tony Award Winning Shakespeare Festival, the Heritage Festival, and the Renaissance Festival. Cedar City is also home to Southern Utah University which offers more than 150 undergraduate degrees, 32 graduate and certificate programs, a Doctorate of Psychology program, and a dual enrollment program with Southwest Technical College. Not to mention you are within close proximity to National Monuments and Parks like Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park, and Bryce National Park. Schools in the Area The Meadows lies within the boundaries of Iron Springs Elementary School, Cedar Middle School, and Cedar High School. Iron County School District offers both traditional and alternative education options. The Utah Home Education Association is a great resource for homeschooling families.
Cresent Hills is located on the west side of Cedar City, about 3 miles from major local attractions. This neighborhood offers a unique combination of the latest home designs while retaining the old-world charm. Living in the Area Crescent Hills is the perfect neighborhood for those wishing to be close to town. This is the closest of all AM Communities to local restaurants, shopping, and other amenities. The subdivision is located just across the street from Cross Hollows Event Center, where hometown favorite events like the Heritage Festival, Livestock Shows, and Rodeos are held. Living in Crescent Hills, you are just minutes away from all that Cedar City has to offer! Schools in the Area Crescent Hills lies within the boundaries of Iron Springs Elementary School, North Elementary School, Cedar Middle School, and Cedar High School. Living here, your children are no more than 10 minutes away from school. And don't forget, Southern Utah University is just around the bend!
With 1 acre lots, large animal rights, and stunning views you can start building the life that you've always dreamed of at 4B Ranch. Located on the outskirts of Cedar City, 4B Ranch still maintains easy access to all the amenities that Cedar City has to offer, while still maintaining peace and privacy. Experience the comforts of the city with the freedom of country living! Living in the Area You can experience the best of all four seasons in Cedar City. Cedar City is the annual host for the Utah Summer Games, as well as the Utah Shakespearean Festival. There is never a shortage of summer activities in Cedar City. A drive up the Canyon can provide you with a beautiful warm day trip. Or take you to the Greatest Snow on earth at Brian Head, located just a short distance away. Schools in the Area 4B is within the boundaries of Iron Springs Elementary School, North Elementary School, Cedar Middle School, and Cedar High School. Iron County School District offers both traditional and alternative education options. The Utah Home Education Association is a great resource for homeschooling families.
The Canyon at eagle ridge is nestled right in the black rocks of Cedar City with amazing views of all surrounding mountains. Look around and you might even find petroglyphs in your very own backyard. Living in the Area Cedar City is Iron counties largest city and is constantly growing. Not only does Cedar have countless activities to offer it is also within an hour of both Brian Head Ski Resort and St. George Ut. Schools in the Area 4B is within the boundaries of Iron Springs Elementary School, North Elementary School, Cedar Middle School, and Cedar High School. Iron County School District offers both traditional and alternative education options. The Utah Home Education Association is a great resource for homeschooling families.