Come, explore Diamond Valley with me. This subdivision community offers horse properties and lots of acreage in St. George, UT. You can find Diamond Valley Subdivision in the northern part of St. George, UT. Just take Bluff Street to Utah 18 and turn right in between the two Volcanoes. You have arrived at the spectacular community of Diamond Valley.
Many of you may ask, “Between two volcanoes?” But, I kid you not, there are two obvious volcanoes at the entrance of the Diamond Valley Subdivision. No worries though. These once active volcanoes are now just deposited lava rock in the St. George area. Diamond Valley is on the east side of Snow Canyon State Park, so if you buy a home in Diamond Valley, you will get to see Snow Canyon’s fabulous site as you drive to and from the community.
Diamond Valley real estate is made up of large lots of land, which is hard to find in many areas of St. George. You can find one and more parcels of land in Diamond Valley that will suit most any homebuyer. Land is also affordable in the Diamond Valley Subdivision. This is one community that many horse lovers and off road enthusiasts call “paradise”.
Now, if you’re worried about St. George’s hot summer climate, worry no more. The elevation in Diamond Valley is higher than that of St. George so it is cooler year round. Ten degrees can make all the difference when it comes to summer temps. And, Diamond Valley always gets more snow fall than most of the St. George area due to its elevation and temperatures.
So, when you want to in a nice, quiet subdivision that offers lots of land and is within 15 minutes from the City of St. George, UT, consider all that Diamond Valley has to offer. You can just come for a visit and get an idea of what life can be like. It’s a ranch style living close to the city. Open ranges that back the St. George area is what living is all about.
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