Provo is by far the largest city in the region, as well as the county seat. An historically Mormon town, Provo is home to Brigham Young University. Still 98% Mormon, the city is known for its culture of strong family values and a socially conservative population.What Utah County may lack in human diversity, it more than makes up for in biological assortment. The lush meadows, mountains and lakes within Utah County are a nature enthusiast's dream. Utah's reputation as a hiker's haven is well-deserved, and the towns of Lehi, Cedar Fort and Fairfield are mere minutes from some of America's most stunning landscapes. Alpine is an aptly-named mountain town with close access to state parks, but also an arts center, multiple city parks, and an arboretum. Towns like Alpine, Springville and Lehi offer comfortable and affordable new homes in very good school districts.

Utah County, UT lies in the northern central region of the state, surrounding the city of Provo and nestled between tall mountains with elevations between 4,000 and 12,000 feet. Your dollar can go far in this region, with the price per square foot of most homes ranging from $60-$140. Comfortable single-family houses are available in the range of $140,000 to $400,000.

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