Valley Circle Subdivision is another of the subdivisions that were built in the early 1950’s. Cedar City and the Cedar City Real Estate Market had a minor boom after World War II. The Iron Mines West of town were going full tilt, and America needed the iron to build freeways and the cars to run on them.
At this point in Utah’s History up into the mid 1970’s, Iron County had the highest per capita income in the State of Utah. I wish that were still the case, anyway many new schools were built, as were many homes. The Valley Circle Subdivision was built near the newly constructed South Elementary School (I didn’t think until now to take a photo of the school.)
These homes are more of the “Atomic Ranch” style homes, and these for the most part are very stable subdivisions. There has only been one home sell in the past year in Valley Circle, and nothing is currently listed for sale in our MLS.
One of the things that I have found interesting as I have done my research on these blogs about our subdivisions is that the older, established subdivisions have very little turn over, while the newer ones see a lot of turnover. This is just something that I found interesting, nothing Earth shattering.
Market Update 1/27/2012: There are currently no homes listed for sale in the Multiple Listing Service in the Valley Circle subdivision. There are no building lots for sale in the Multiple Listing Service. Valley Circle is really one of the older gems in the Cedar City Real Estate Market.
Anyway here are some photos:
These homes generally have basements, and they are usually in the 1000 to 1300 square foot size on the main level. There are nice, mature trees and it is very centrally located, this is another of the stable, solid subdivisions in Cedar City