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Our Top Picks: 5 MUST SEE St. George Homes!

1. 742 E Apache Dr, Washington UT 84780

Bedrooms: 6 / Bathrooms: 5 / Square Footage: 5,500

Award Given: Best Pool

Summertime = POOL PARTIES!! Escape the summer heat while lounging pool side! This home is ideal for family get-togethers, neighborhood block parties, or weekend hangs with the kiddos. At 0.62 acres, this large lot includes a jacuzzi, full sized pool, fire pit, gazebo, underground trampoline, great views, and so much more! Learn more about his home HERE.

 

2. 1119 Oxford, St. George, UT 84790

Bedrooms: 6 / Bathrooms: 4 / Square Footage: 4,264

Award Given: Most Unique Floor Plan & Best Views

BEAUTIFUL Bloomington Hills ranch home with views to “fan girl” over.¬†Meticulously remodeled with high end finishes, vaulted ceilings and a two sided fireplace (which we are just obsessing over!) This home certainly won’t last long! Learn more HERE.

 

3. 2298 N Cascade Canyon, St. George, UT 84770

Bedrooms: 3 / Bathrooms: 2.5 / Square Footage: 2,168

Award Given: Best Property

Custom dream rambler on secluded elevated lot with 180 degree mountain and city views! Perched atop a premium lot, this home boasts panoramic picture windows in the kitchen/ great room and high-end finishes throughout. Enjoy a serene outdoor space featuring a pool, private covered patio, and an additional sun bathing patio. Learn more about this home HERE.

 

4. 1848 W 4675 N, Cedar City, UT 84721

Bedrooms: 3 / Bathrooms: 2 / Square Footage: 3,218

Award Given: Most Charming

Although this home was built in 2017, it maintains the integrity of a classic craftsman mixed with modern elements. We’re loving the charming details and high end finishes throughout, including the hardwood floors, unique cabinetry, and designer sink. See additional photos of this cozy cottage HERE.

 

5. 1165 W Indian Hills Dr 1D, St. George, UT 84770

Bedrooms: 3 / Bathrooms: 2 / Square Footage: 1,928

Award Given: Best. Home. Ever.

I’m sure you can guess why we love this home so much… And yes, it is because of the atrium filled with plants… Nothing makes a house a home quite like plants can! Besides the divine dedication to horticulture, this home features innovative architectural features unique to the era it was built, including a spacious loft and vaulted ceilings. Learn more about this 1980’s dream home HERE.

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