Davis County Utah Real Estate
Davis County has a population just over 300,000, with the largest city being Layton. As part of both the Ogden-Clearfield metro area and Salt Lake City metro area, there’s truly something for every home buyer who’s taking a close look at this county for their next (or first) home. Water recreation is a big appeal, with a total of 634 square miles in the county—and 335 of those miles being water. Davis is the smallest county in terms of land area, but it more than makes up for it with boating, fishing, hunting, swimming, skiing and hiking options. Between the Wasatch Range and the Great Salt Lake, elevations reach almost 10,000 feet at Thurston Peak. With plenty of marshland and mudflats on hand for bird watching, homebuyers who have a taste for adventure can’t get enough of the Davis County, Utah real estate market. But don’t act too hastily. Getting a local Realtor on board from MediaOne Real Estate can ensure you get the best housing match at the most appealing price.
Antelope Island is also part of Davis County, which is a state park that protects wildlife. Visitors might encounter bison herds, bighorn sheep or pronghorns on the island. Residents know that snow is common in the winter (up to 90 inches), spring is wet and leads to greenery year-round, and summers are hot and dry. If you’re ready to sell property in Davis County, the beauty of the four seasons can be a great selling point—but only a Realtor knows the best way to market your unique property.
A number of major roads traverse this bedroom community from I-15 to I-85, I-215 to US Route 89, making it ideal for commuters. Homebuyers and home sellers can all make the most of any real estate transaction with the aid of a professional Realtor.