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If you are a Real Estate buyer looking for Real Estate or homes for sale in Stockton Utah, you are probably looking for a particular type of place to live, and a different lifestyle from your neighbors. Rural, and wide open spaces are high on the list of things you want in your new Utah home.

 

Stockton Utah Home Prices are Going Up.

While the median Stockton house value 2011 was about $110,000 (up from 93K in 2000), and the mean price of all housing units in 2011 was around $150,000.

Prices are on the rise. New construction, new homes, on large lots are increasing the average value of houses, and large lots being offered for build to suit buyers is bringing more expensive homes in the Stockton area. Of the nearly 20 listings in Stockton (as shown on the MLS) most are under construction, build to suit from a builders plan (new homes ) and average a sales price of about $321,000.

 

Living in Stockton Utah

Stockton Utah is a small Rural community just a few short miles from downtown Tooele. Even though this small town is in Tooele County it is close enough to the States capital city to be considered part of the Salt Lake City Metro area. In under an hour Stockton homeowners can have access to all that Utahs major city has to offer. IE shopping, entertainment, education and in over 30% of the cases, employment

Currently Stockton Utah claims about 616 residents in just over 216 households. Quite a contrast to the 4,000 residents residing here during the the mining boom of the mid 1800s, where Stockton was the home camp for many of the miners that dug along the western slopes of the Oquirrh mountains.

Today Stockton Utah has a Town Council and a Mayor that directs 2 full time employees (police chief & public works) supported by a number of part timers and volunteers.

 

Facts About Stockton Utah

  • First in the Utah territory to have streets named and surveyed.
  • First city in the beehive state to get electric lights.
  • First Utah City to get telephones.

 

If you are looking at Real Estate & Homes for sale in Stockton Utah, talk to Berna. Berna grew up there, and knows the territory. Give her a call @ 435-840-5029.


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