Toquerville Homes for Sale
Updated Real Estate in Toquerville
Toquerville is a small city in Washington County just north of St. George and home to about 2000 residents. It’s touted as #9 of the best places to retire in the entire state of Utah. It gets high marks for its public schools, housing opportunities, family recreational facilities and entertainment, and low crime. According to niche.com, living in Toquerville offers residents a rule feeling and most residents own their own homes. Several retirees live in Toquerville and the public schools are above average. To learn more about any of these Toquerville listings, or to schedule a tour, please feel free to contact our office at any time. Make sure to sign up for our property to save your favorites and be notified when new listings hit the market.
More About Toquerville
86% of residents own their own homes with just 14% being renters. The median rent is about $1070 with the median home value is about $264,000. The mayor welcomes all citizens and visitors to this small community because their motto is “It’s the People”.
Toquerville was named after an early Paiute Indian chief and the population has grown from just 19 families in the late 1800s. Its close proximity to the Zion National Park has created a healthy tourism economy where the community traditionally has depended on agriculture. Toquerville became its own city just a few years ago at the end of 2000.
Toquerville is located along Highway 17, which juts off south from Interstate 15. At any given day there’s about 20 to 30 properties, land, and homes for sale. Nearly all properties and Toquerville are single-family homes listed between $120,000 and $500,000. There’s a wide range of custom options, designs, and architectural construction as well as several higher priced properties on larger acreages of up to $1 million.
Residents are just about 20 to 30 minutes from downtown St. George and Washington, which offers shops, restaurants, markets, a mall, and more.
Toquerville does have a few small amenities such as bed-and-breakfast is, the post office, parks, and places to stay but most people travel south along Highway 17 to Laverkin for grocery stores and markets.
For more information on Toquerville and the homes and real estate sales therein, browse available listings below or simply contact our office to learn more about this small community and for a complete list of homes that match your search criteria and price around our area.