Parowan Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Parowan homes for sale below! Occupying the county seat in Iron County, Utah is the city of Parowan. Parowan, Utah was settled on January 13th, 1851, and was the first settlement in southern Utah. Originally a small farming community, this town has sprung up to support a population of just over 3,000 residents. This picturesque mountain town offers great real estate options, plenty of things to do, and a prime location that’s close to top area attractions. Searching for further information on Parowan properties for sale? Arrange for a home showing by contacting your local real estate experts today. Read more about Parowan real estate.

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Parowan Real Estate Market


The Parowan real estate market is one that offers potential buyers mostly single-family homes for sale as well we open land on the market. Houses in a typical Parowan neighborhood often sit on large lots and are surrounded by the natural landscape of the area. Homes for sale range from about 1,000 to over 6,000 square feet of heated living space have 2 to 5 bedrooms, and up to 6 bathrooms. Those who tour a Parowan subdivision can expect home prices to start in the low $100s and reach as high as the mid $400s. Custom homes can also be found on the market in Parowan. These properties often sit on very large lots of over 2 acres and can come with listing prices that start in the mid $700s.

And for those who are looking to build their own custom dream home, they’ll be pleased to discover the amount of land that is for sale in the Parowan area. Homebuilders can expect to find land prices that range from the low $100s for a couple of acres to close to $1 million for almost 60 acres of property.

Parowan Community Amenities

Residents living in Parowan pride themselves for living the “Mother Town of Southern Utah”. As the first settlement in the Southern Utah area, this community served as the agriculture support to industries popping up at the time. The locals put a lot of weight into the importance of their town history, and many of the original buildings are still standing today in the downtown area. Tourists and locals alike can be found frequenting historic places such as pioneer museums, old cemeteries, and a number of other historic sites that are open to the public.

Prior to the settlers, the Fremont and Anasazi Indians were the first to build Parowan homes, where they left petroglyphs, pithouses, pottery, arrowheads, and other evidence that it was an area of major thoroughfare for early Native Americans.

Now, many original business buildings and homes from the pioneers still stand on Parowan real estate in the downtown area, allowing visitors to take a nostalgic trip back through time along its tree-lined Main Street. Pioneers who built Parowan were sent out to settle towns in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and even as far as Oregon and Wyoming, earning Parowan the nickname "Mother Town of the Southwest."

Today, Parowan homes have all the conveniences of modern life, with a rich history for its residents to share. The area's chief industry is related to recreation and tourism, so there’s sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. From Interstate 15, Parowan is the gateway to spectacular scenic attractions, state and national parks, varied natural geological formations, and Utah's Patchwork Parkway Historic Byway 143.

The city is known for hosting numerous community events year-round. Locals enjoy outings such as the Chamber Car Show, a Holiday Bazaar, Memorial Day Celebrations, Fall Fest in the Park, and many more. One major draw to the area is the Parowan Gap Petroglyph Site found along an old trail. Originally used as an easy path through the mountains, current hikers and adventure seekers will discover ancient inscriptions in large rock faces that are believed to be a type of calendar.

Parowan Local Highlights

  • Hosts a Parowan Birthday Celebration & Ball each year to celebrate the founding of this historic town
  • Home of the popular Parowan Gap Petroglyph Site
  • Three airports in less than 20 miles including Parowan, Cedar City Regional, and Hamilton Fort Ranch
  • Nearby higher education institutions include Southern Utah University, Dixie State University, Snow College, and more

Parowan School Information

Residents living with school-aged children in Parowan will be served by the Iron County School District, Students will attend schools such as Parowan Elementary, Three Peaks Elementary, Cedar Middle School, and Parowan High School.

For those who are seeking secondary education opportunities, there are a number of nearby college and university campuses. Colleges in the immediate area include Snow College, Dixie State University, and Southern Utah University.

For those who are looking to buy a home in a community that has a rich history, a wide selection of real estate, and is close to some of the top attractions and national parks in the country, a tour of a Parowan neighborhood is in order.

Parowan Real Estate Agents

Want to buy or sell a Parowan home? Allow our local real estate specialists to help you through the purchase of your next Parowan property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the Parowan real estate market.

Connect with The Sam Dodd Team at Stratum Real Estate Group to learn more about Parowan buyer or seller representation, or head to our market analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your house!

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