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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Pleasant Grove, UT

  • Conveniently located between the Salt Lake City and Provo, UT, Pleasant Grove is perfectly positioned to enjoy the benefits of both metro areas. Combine that with the view of Utah lake to the west and the majestic Wasatch Front mountains immediately to the east of the city (watch for the giant white G on the mountain and you'll know you're there!) and it's no wonder more than 30,000 people are happy to call Pleasant Grove home. Here are some other great reasons to live in Pleasant Grove, UT.

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  • Plentiful Parks! Known as Utah's City of Trees, Pleasant Grove makes the most of its gorgeous scenery along the Wasatch Front. With 13 city parks, residents can do everything from play horseshoes at Battle Creek Park to swim at Veterans Memorial Park. Discovery Playground at Manila Park is a particular favorite of locals with its giant wooden castle play structure, as well as more traditional swings and slides plus ample tables for picnics.
  • Booming Business! With an unemployment rate around 3%, business is booming in Pleasant Grove! Commute times are short to Provo and Salt Lake metro areas on either side of Pleasant Grove, but to really keep drive-time down, consider townhouse communities such as The Commons. These communities are popping up near a new 800 acre business park off of I-15, which has attracted more than 40 new office and retail locations to the city. Or, if you're looking to escape from the hustle and bustle, consider neighborhoods situated closer to the foothills of Mt. Timpanogos. Houses for sale in the Tuscany Farms development offer beautiful living on larger lots without being too far removed from shopping and employment.
  • Strawberry Festival! Speaking of gatherings, Pleasant Grove is home to the annual Strawberry Festival -- the longest running community celebration in the state! With a rodeo at the local rodeo grounds, a golf tournament at the premier Fox Hollow Golf Club, and a pickleball tournament at the recreation center, the Strawberry Festival is a decidedly one-of-a-kind town get together that spans three days each summer.
  • Strong Home Appreciation! Pleasant Grove is divided into twelve individual neighborhoods with unique names, such as Scratch Gravel, Mud Hole, and Monkey Town. While each neighborhood has its own special charm, all of them have seen strong growth over the last decade. Since the turn of the millennium, Pleasant Grove's population has increased by over 40%, and property values are climbing as much as 10% a year. Even if you're not ready to purchase a home yet, in light of the current trends, now is a great time to negotiate a rent to own agreement so you can lock in a good deal for down the road.