To find a place to live in a gorgeous rural community, search Paragonah real estate. Though the population is just under 500 people, there is still plenty to do for residents and visitors. Paragonah was settled by people from nearby Parawan in the 1850s when the land was discovered to be suitable for farming. The town is still mostly farming land, so Paragonah homes tend to come with acreage.
There are many outdoor activities for residents of Paragonah to enjoy. The Paragonah Reservoir provides fly and lure fishermen with rainbow trout. In April and May, it’s possible to see the trout spawning. There is a launch area for small boats and camping, too. Southern Utah’s beautiful national parks are within an easy drive of Paragonah. Take a hike at Zion, Bryce Canyon, or Cedar Breaks. In winter, head over to Brian Head Ski Resort for skiing or snow boarding.
Grocery shopping, as well as clothing and most services are available in Parowan, which is about five miles to the south. Children from Paragonah also attend school in Parowan. These schools are part of the Iron County School District, which has a solid performance on standardized testing. Search Paragonah homes and find your place in this lovely, quiet community.
|Property Type||Price Range||Bedrooms||Area|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$100,000-$200,000||1-6||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$200,000-$300,000||1-6||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$300,000-$400,000||2-7||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$400,000-$500,000||3-7||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$500,000-$600,000||2-7||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$600,000-$700,000||3-7||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$700,000-$800,000||3-7||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$800,000-$900,000||3-8||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||$900,000-$1,000,000||3-11||Paragonah, UT|
|Paragonah Homes For Sale||Over $1,000,000||4-12||Paragonah, UT|