2165 E Weber Wild Rd, Oakley, 84055

  • 0 BD
  • BA
  • SF
  • $895,000
  • Vacant Land
  • WEBER CANYON
  • 23.48 acres
  • MLS# 1623258

This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a property like this! Located right on the Weber River, this 23.48 year round property is the perfect site for your new mountain home paradise, complete with a riverside building area. With private river frontage, you could easily fly fish the blue ribbon water from the deck of your new home and enjoy the soothing sounds of the river every night while falling asleep. This property also borders national forest on both sides, ensuring your privacy for years and years to come. Enjoy the views of Weber Canyon's striking ridge lines while making memories to last a lifetime with your family and friends. With easy access to the national forest and Smith & Morehouse Reservoir, the outdoor recreation options are truly endless from this property. As an added bonus, power is currently pulled to the bottom of the existing driveway, saving the new owners money that can go to building the perfect home.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #: 1623258
  • Price: $895,000
  • Acres: 23.48
  • Type: Vacant Land
  • Sub-Type: Residential, Recreational
  • Status: Active

Amenities

  • Utilities: Power: Available, Sewer: Septic Tank

School Information

  • District: South Summit
  • Elementary: South Summit
  • Middle: South Summit
  • High: South Summit

Community Information

  • Address: 2165 E Weber Wild Rd
  • Area: Peoa
  • Subdivision: WEBER CANYON
  • City: Oakley
  • County: Summit
  • State: UT
  • Zip Code: 84055

Exterior

  • Lot Description: Terrain: Grad Slope, View: Mountain, View: Valley, Wooded, Waterfront

Additional Information

  • Date Listed: August 13th, 2019
  • Days on Market: 120
  • Zoning: Single-Family

Community Information

  • Property Info

  • Single Family Homes

    $30,000 to $11,500,000
  • Homesites

    $30,000 to $4,750,000

Good to Know...

Eastern Summit County and the neighboring Uintas are home to 39 of Utah's highest peaks. These peaks once served as the home to both the Ute and Shoshone Native American tribes.

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Listing information last updated on December 11th, 2019 at 9:13am MST.