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$820,000 Homes in Utah, North Carolina and Connecticut

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St. George, Utah | $815,000

A recently renovated 1910 cottage with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, on a 0.4-acre lot

St. George is in a rapidly growing part of the state, with golf courses, hiking trails and a well-preserved stock of early 20th-century houses, about two hours from Las Vegas. This home is a few blocks from the city’s downtown, putting it within walking distance of an ice-cream parlor, a comic-books store, and a restaurant and pub serving locally brewed beers. It is about a five-minute drive from Utah Tech University, which has more than 12,000 undergraduate students.

Grand Canyon National Park and Salt Lake City are four hours away. Driving to Phoenix or Los Angeles takes about six and a half hours.

Size: 3,062 square feet

Price per square foot: $266

Indoors: From the sidewalk, a paved path leads to a covered porch big enough to hold several chairs.

The front door opens into a living room with hardwood floors, a fireplace with a raised hearth, hand-plastered walls and large windows. The hardwood floors continue into the updated kitchen, which has dark blue cabinetry, white quartz counters and access to a sunny dining area.

A laundry room links this part of the house to a family room with a rock fireplace and a built-in window seat.

Two bedrooms are on this level. The primary bedroom, off the front entry, has wood paneling painted a creamy shade of white; the en suite bathroom has a free-standing soaking tub with a shower overhead. The other bedroom, off the family room, has an en suite bathroom with a walk-in shower.

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