Friday, October 20, 2017

Greenhouse in the Wasatch Back

Greenhouses. This one's pretty beefy, this one has a poly-carbon panel structure with channel iron and steel tubing, so it's pretty hefty. You can use just a poly-film, make it a lot easier to construct and do it yourself type thing. So there's a variety and all kind of things in between.

One thing about this Greenhouse at this property is it's potentially a year-round greenhouse; they have artificial lighting, they have heaters. So you can go even farther, I don't know how good it goes all the way through the winter, just because we do lose a lot of natural light, the days are a lot shorter. But, you can go a lot longer with the lights and the heat that they have in here.

Anyway, if you're looking for a home in the Wasatch Back give me a call, like I said this property has so many different options and so many things about it that just make it a great property. I'd be happy to show you this property or a number of other listings that are here in Wallsburg, Park City, Midway, Heber; all along the Wasatch Back. Give me a call, shoot me a text or private message. Talk to you soon, take care!

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Monday, October 16, 2017

Deck Use, Value and View

Hey, everybody, I am excited to talk to you for a minute, it's been a while, about decks. I have lots of people that talk about decks on their homes and decks on homes that they're looking to purchase, what's the value of the deck, if they're gonna build a deck on their home, how should they do the deck. 

Let me just give you a couple of thoughts about decks and happy to answer some questions, if you have any questions get back to me. 

A couple of things with decks that you want to look at is how much it's going to be used. Is it in a good location on the home, to where it's going to be used quite a bit. If it's in an odd place on the home and nobody's going to be using it or it's very small, then I would say don't spend the money and the effort to build the deck. And then if you're looking at selling or buying, it probably doesn't have very much value. 

If it's in a great location, if there's the ability to use it quite a bit, seasonal, that's another thing; if you have a short season. I'm in Wallsburg right now I don't know if you notice because of the view here of the Wallsburg ridge behind me. I love Wallsburg Valley. Anyway, if there's a short season and you don't have the means to have a gas propane fireplace type thing, to where you can use it during the winter and not freeze, then that's not going to be as valuable. 

Also the durability of the deck: I'm on the deck right now and they actually put concrete on the deck and they have a metal railing, they have some posts here, but overall this deck is very durable. They're not gonna have to do very much with it other than staining the post everything else is going to last for a long time. 

And the view, if you have a deck with a view that may circumvent a lot of the other issues, even if it's a small deck, but if it has a view then there is some value to it. So you can see this deck right here has an awesome view. I just love this view looking down into the Wallsburg Valley, the mouth of the canyon here. 

So anyway, if you have any questions about decks; the value that is on your home, something that you're looking to add to your home and the resale value of it, give me a call, shoot me a text, or an email, private message. I would love to talk to you about it and anything else with real estate, I'm open to talk about that as well. Take care and we will see you later, bye.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, October 13, 2017

Water Storage & Rain Water Collection

Hey everyone it's been a while since I've done a video and I wanted to get going here again, just got busy with a lot of personal things.

I am at a home in Wallsburg that I have listed for sale. It's on main Canyon road, it's a beautiful home, but I just wanted to tell you a little bit about this home and a little bit about the laws in Utah.

This home is kind of interesting. A lot of people talk about water storage and this home, what the did is they built a concrete vault; a tank, a ten thousand gallon tank, that they have a float in there, it's in another little vault, that keeps the water in this tank at a certain level. So they use it as water storage for their home, and they have a pressure regulator with the tank so they can regulate the pressure into their home. So as multiple showers are used or a dishwasher or whatever, it maintains a certain pressure.

So it's really nice, this home is, I've put a few posts on about this home and it is just a really neat home, besides the the equestrian setup, the pasture, alfalfa fields, everything about this home.

So get a hold of me if you're interested in a great, it's 30 acres, just under 30 acres, 10,000 square foot home and a 10,000 gallon water storage.

Now let me tell you just a little bit real quick before I finish this video. Utah used to be, and most states are this way, that when it rains they consider that public use water, water for public use, and so you couldn't capture rainwater.

Back in 2010, so not very long ago, Utah passed a law that you can actually, legally catch rainwater now. So you can have your rain gutters go into a barrel and you can catch this rain water. However you can only catch 2 - 100 gallon containers worth of water without registering with the state to say that your catching this water. So if you catch more than that, for use on your own property, and it has to be used on that property, you can't catch it and haul it off I guess to another property. But anyway the law says that you can catch up to twenty-five hundred gallons of water, if you register with the state.

So it doesn't cost anything, they I guess want to know who is catching this public water. So anyway if you have any questions you can get online, there's some more information about catching rainwater. And I know Utah being like the second driest state in the Union, maybe that's why there's some regulation on how much rainwater you can catch.

So anyway, if you have any real estate questions, anything else that I might help you with feel free to give me a call, shoot me a text, private message, anything and have a great weekend, tomorrow's the start of the weekend, so take care bye.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Monday, October 9, 2017

Guess Where I'm At - 2 PC Showcase of Homes Tickets

(The tickets mentioned in this post have already been won)

Hey everyone, I am doing a "Guess Where I'm at?" again. Last month I did a Facebook live and I gave away two tickets to the Utah Valley Home Show in celebration of my fifth year, last June of being a real estate agent.

So I'm going to do another one here and I'm going to give away two tickets to the Park City Showcase of Homes and that happens next month so I'm gonna give you a little bit of a hint; you can see, oh the sun's right there, well I'm at Costco if you can see that, so I'm at Costco but guess which Costco I'm at.

I just want to share a couple things and I wish I found more statistics because it's interesting, I often have clients, when they're looking at property one of the things they'll ask is how far is this home from Costco? You know either into Salt Lake, or the Provo Costco, or the Spanish Fork Costco, or other Costco's; there's a number of Costco's.

So anyway Costco has a lot of impact wherever it is built, some of the research I've seen is it helps the commercial value of the property, which in turn, help the residential value of the property.

So Costco is loved, you know a lot of people shop there, I shop there a lot. So anyway again I don't have any statistics on it, but I just wanted to thank everybody again for letting me help you be your Realtor and help you find property and sell property.

If you can guess which Costco I'm at and you're the first one to guess then you'll get two tickets to the Park City Showcase of homes.

So anyway have a great weekend and just either respond to this, private message me, text me, whatever and let me know which Costco you think I'm at. Take care, bye.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, October 6, 2017

Wallsburg Real Estate Update & Market Research

Hey everyone I am in Wallsburg this evening where I try to get before it's too late, though this evening I got here just after the Sun went down. So anyway but I wanted to share some market information about Wallsburg and if you're interested in property in Wallsburg give me a call, shoot me a text, or email, I'd love to help you out. 

Anyway Wallsburg, right now there are 15 parcels available in Wallsburg. They range from $90,000 for a 3 acre parcel, 3.9 acre parcel in town, doesn't have any water, up to 7.9 million for 40 plus acres with a ton of water like around 46 acre feet of water, anyway it's a ton of water with that one, and a lot in between. There are four homes for sale right now in Wallsburg. So Wallsburg, there's quite a bit of property for sale here. 

Wanted to share with you also a little bit about the market, because it's kind of interesting it always amazes me what happens in the market. I have a listing down in Utah County, it's over $600,000 and we've had almost two months and in the last three days we've got three offers and it's just crazy. I have some other properties under $300,000 that are hardly getting shown, so it just goes up and down. 

But anyway the inventory is still very low, we're year-over-year our inventory is low and so our closed units is down year over year as well. And a lot of people just think the real estate is just booming and there's a lot of people talking about selling, a lot of buyers out there wanting to purchase property, but the inventory is just not there. So, I mean it's still an amazing time to buy or sell a lot of areas the prices have come back. But some areas are still struggling a little bit and and they're still going up and down. 

Anyway if you have a Realtor, if you do some research and work with your Realtor you can find it. You can find property that's a good buy if you work with your Realtor, and get your property marketed you can sell your property for a good sell. 

So I know I'm tooting my own horn here, but get with a Realtor and next week we have, Coldwell Banker will have some statistics coming out for the month of July and I'll put those on my blog. But it's interesting to see what's happening in the market and so you can get on my blog and you can get on my website, and get more information there. 

If you have any questions always feel free to get a hold of me, I'd love to help you and I got a couple new people on my team that are really doing well and helping me out; my son Perry Olsen and also Jayden Roni and they're just great young men and willing to work with you as well. So we'll fit it in and we'll help you get your property sold or find you a place to buy. Have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Monday, October 2, 2017

Oakley Utah Weber River Frontage

Hey you guys, I am in Oakley, Utah. This home came on the market just a little bit ago and had an open house today and I just have to show you a little bit. I have a lot of people ask about homes in Oakley on the Weber River; they want Weber river frontage.

This home has over 600 feet of Weber River frontage. The home is just over 5,000 square feet; four bedrooms, three and a half baths. The owners have done an amazing job they bought it in '03 and they have gone through and just done some amazing things, and I won't go through the home but I'll do a link when I put this on my blog.

It's listed by Berkshire Hathaway, Ann Macquoid, she's a great Realtor, but give me a call. You've got to see this home, in fact let me just show you a little bit, there's a RV pad right here on the river.

The home, like I said six and a half acres, you can actually subdivide and get four one acre parcels along the back side of this, still have a lot of frontage on the river here, still have two and a half acres.

It's just a beautiful, beautiful area listed at 1.75 and let me just switch this to get a feel. The home is just right up here, anyway you can't quite see the home from down here, but just gorgeous. Again a lot of people asking in Oakley. You can get little parts of the the Weber River, but it's hard to get a big chunk of the Weber River like this.

So anyway give me a call, text, an email and oh there's the home. Anyway get a hold of me, come and take a look at this property and you'll love it. This is just a great location. Anyway, take care, bye.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, September 29, 2017

Wallsburg FSBO Home

I am at a home on Main Canyon Road (In Wallsburg) and it is for sale by owner, but you've got to check out this home if you're looking to move into Wallsburg. This is a great home.

The home is just around 2,000 square feet above grade, 800 square feet basement. In the basement  it's higher so the the window wells are higher, it's very well lit, just natural light in the basement; it's unfinished, you could probably get another bedroom, a bathroom, big living area in the basement.

But this home is a log home, just well done. The owners built the home back in 92, did a great job. It's on a well and they have refinished the logs here just in the last year or so. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, big open vaulted area.

It is on, I don't know if you can see down, I've come up the lane, it's a pretty good lane coming up to the home, so you're not right on Main Canyon Road. It's 4.9 acres, you've got three shares of north ditch water; a good chunk of the property, it's in front of the house, you can water; have alfalfa, you know animals.

So it is a great home. Give me a call! This home, you really need to come and check it out. The owner is just a super nice lady; nicest lady you'll ever meet. But give me a call 801-318-3108. I can take you through the home talk about making an offer.

If you want to get to Wallsburg this is one, there's three other homes listed right now in Wallsburg. There's 16 parcels listed in Wallsburg, so for this little valley there's quite a bit of real estate. If you're wanting to get out of the upcoming inversion that you will have in the Salt Lake Valley or a little bit in the Utah County Valley, give me a call and come and check out this home. So have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Monday, September 25, 2017

Bonus Room Above Garage - 3 Challenges

Hey everyone Brian Olsen here. I am in Pleasant Grove at a new listing that is at 748 West 1116 North (PG). It's a great location; this home is on a quiet street and it's just a fantastic home.

A few things I want to just mention, well one thing I wanted to show you. The buyers, when they purchased this home, after they purchased it they took what was just a carport and they got a plan and they put in footing, foundation, everything that's required and did a two-car garage oversized and then they did a bonus room.

Now three things that are always hard with the bonus room above the garage and this owner has done an exceptional job. You'll love this when you come and see this home. One of the things is a transition; the owner took the garage and they made it an extra height in the garage and so there's a transition going up into the bonus room. But versus being awkward or just not looking well they had these steps and it's going up from the kitchen and just it really turned out nice.

So that's one of the main things. The other thing is the exterior; the exterior is always tough to match the bonus room to the existing home, and you can look on my listing and see the outside. After they built this bonus room they redid all of the siding so it blends in perfectly.

Okay the third thing is in a bonus room is getting the temperature, to to be able to control the heating and cooling. What the owner did with this is they put a separate furnace and AC unit for this bonus room.

And so this bonus room is just awesome; you've got plenty of lighting and you've got LED can lights, you've got two fans; both of them have the lights on the fans, you've got two windows on this end, you've got another window on this end. And let me just show you these views here really quick, looking outside this window up in the mountains.

Anyway, give me a call, contact me, come and check out this home; it's a great listing. Again Pleasant Grove is just a great place; it's close to shopping, close to I-15, close to the mountains. Anyway, you will love this bonus room on this home. Talk to you soon.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, September 22, 2017

Amazing Wallsburg Property

Check out this amazing Wallsburg Property! 

For more information call me at 801-318-3108 or visit

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor

Monday, September 18, 2017

Solar Panel Savings

Hello, I'm at the home that I have listed on 1160 North 748 West and I want to talk about solar panels for a minute and just some advantages and the price or benefits of solar panels. 

But I want to give you a little background; this home, the sellers purchased this home and soon after they purchased it they did a remodel so the home had a carport here they put in this over sized garage and I'd love to talk to some more about the garage, it's an awesome garage. But above the garage they did a bonus room. What they did in this bonus room is they added its own air conditioning unit and furnace. Then they put on a new roof, they took off the swamp cooler that was on the existing home, put in an air conditioning unit for the home and then put on a new roof. 

So clearly their power bill has increased because of the work that they did; the addition on the home and the addition of the furnace and the a/c. 

So anyway, a couple years ago they decided to get some solar panels. They got Vivint, there's a lot of companies that have solar panels, they got a 20-year lease on some solar panels from Vivint, and I don't know if you can see them; there's some on this side of the home and then there's some back up on this other side of this roof here. 

And Vivint, they pay it's about $56 a month they make a payment for this 20-year lease for these solar panels to Vivint. And then what Rocky Mountain Power does is each month they adjust the power bill depending on how much was generated from the solar panels the previous month. Before they got these solar panels their power bill was at about $230 a month. Within just two or three months after getting the solar panels they were down to paying Rocky Mountain Power seventy dollars a month and Vivint that 56 dollars a month, so almost half of where they were at before they got the solar panels. 

Currently they're paying $35 a month to Rocky Mountain Power, $55 or $56 to Vivint; so less than half. So the lease you can purchase or buy out the lease it's at about $19,000 left in the lease. If you continue the lease, which is assumable, so if you are interested in this home get a hold of me. The solar panels, the lease is assumable, so you can just continue. 

The panels are owned by Vivint so they'll take care of them and do any maintenance that you need on that. But you can clearly see that over the lifetime of these panels you are going to save some money, and typically on any home you're going to save some money and then once you own the panels you'll even be less without that $56 payment to Vivint. 

So if you want to see this home give me a call, shoot me a text or message, 801-318-3108. It's an incredible home, a quiet area close to restaurants, shopping, retail, close to i-15. 

If you have a home and you want to know what the price of your home is or how solar panels affect your value or even if you don't have solar panels, give me a call or contact me, I'd love to give you some information about the market; what it's doing, what your home value is in this market, what it would sell for. Anyway, I look forward to talking to you, have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen - Utah Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, September 15, 2017

Round Valley Lane - Wallsburg, Utah

Check out this gorgoues property in Wallsburg, Utah! Contact me for more information at 801-318-3108 or at

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, September 11, 2017

Pleasant Grove Stats and Open House

(The Open House for this home has passed, 
but the home is still listed see for more information!)

Brian Olsen here, just in Pleasant Grove at a client's home and want to tell you about an open house that we're having tomorrow here at this home between 11 o'clock tomorrow morning and 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. 

But I want to give you some statistics first for Pleasant Grove. Pleasant Grove is a great community, it has such a variety of homes from starter homes, you've got some townhomes, some condos, to mid range to very nice luxury estates.

I want to look at the market just give you some statistics for the market looking at homes $350,000 or less. Okay, right now there are 27 homes listed with Realtors that are in that range; $350,000 or less. Out of those, 5 of them listed this month, 7 of them listed last month. So 12 of those 27 have listed since July 1st. 

Okay so far this month we've had 13 homes in that same range under 350,000 and this is just single family homes, so this doesn't include townhomes and condos in Pleasant Grove. So far this month we've had 13 that have closed, last month there were 11 that have closed. 

So you're looking at about a two month supply there are 25 that are currently under contract. Anyway the market in Pleasant Grove is a great market people want to be in Pleasant Grove it is a great location. 

So come and check out this home. This home is listed at $306,000, it has just under 2,600 square feet, a bonus room above the garage. I'm on the deck right now, you can see this they've got a beautiful view from their deck. They've got a bonus room above their garage, an oversized garage. They've got two air conditioning systems for the home, two heating furnaces for the home, new architectural shingles on the roof, new siding, it's a great home. 

So come by tomorrow between 11:00 in the morning 3 o'clock in the afternoon  and check out this home. Hope to see you and hope to get an offer and participate here in the real-estate market of Pleasant Grove. Take care.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Friday, September 8, 2017

Nephi Duplex Investment Opportunity

Hello everybody this is Brian Olsen with Coldwell Banker and I am in Nephi right now and I'm at a duplex that I have listed in a great part of town about 500 East 500 north. It is in an area where the current zoning doesn't allow for multi-housing, but this duplex was grandfathered in and this duplex is in great shape so it really benefits and the houses around here are in great shape also. 

So it's a great location, this duplex is listed for $250,000. Each side is two bedrooms and one bath. The owner of the home is meticulous, he's just taken very good care of it; as renters have changed he'll go in and he'll update things. He actually the South unit here went in about a year ago and redid the flooring tile in the bathroom and had a renter in there about six years and a new water heater, new cabinets in the kitchen; he really did a lot to it. The north unit he did about four years ago; he had a renter move out and he went through and did the same thing. 

You know one of the things to look at when you're looking at multi-unit is depending on how much money you're able to put down, what the rental rates are so you can get your cap rate you know depending on how much you're gonna put down cash on it. But also your occupancy; lots of people look at a cap rate and they just say "Okay I've got to have this certain cap rate, I want to have a you know seven, eight, nine, ten percent cap rate." And lots of times they don't take into account how much vacancy the property has.

Now in duplexes it's a little bit easier just because you've only got two units, but if you miss one unit that's fifty percent vacancy rate. This has been rented ever since the current seller bought it about nine years ago, he's not had a problem keeping it rented. 

So anyway it's a great property, it's all brick, carport on each side, big yard, all fenced, including the dividing fence in the back; has a gate in between the two. 

So if you're interested in multi-family property it's a great investment. Give me 801 318-3108 I can get you some more information or go to my website and you can see more information there. Anyway, have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Wallsburg Equestrian Ranch Estate

Hey, just wanted to introduce you to the latest property to list for sale in the Wallsburg Valley. Wallsburg, Utah in the Wasatch Back; a beautiful valley not far from Park City.

Anyway, a property just under 30 acres with a 10,000 sq. ft. home, you can see right back here in the background. A 20,000 sq. ft. barn. It is an equestrian ranch estate. It is a gorgeous property. You can see right here, you've got a pivot that waters a huge area of pasture. The owner also leases another section of property so they get plenty of alfalfa, of hay harvested each year.

It is set up so nice for horses, they have got inside that 20,000 sq. ft. barn, they've got 16 horse stalls, they have an outside arena as well as that indoor arena. 

As I said a 10,000 sq. ft. home, a beautiful deck; it is just a gorgeous home. If you know anybody that's looking for a corporate retreat, a second home; just a beautiful home, a beautiful setup, give me a call! This is an ideal property. 

Also, the owner has another 1400+ Acre property just on the side of the valley here, which is gorgeous also. It really provides somebody if they want to have a hunting area, hunting grounds; a beautiful area of hunting that attaches to thousands of acres of forest property and then to have a home, a retreat to go to after hunting or hiking, this is really a great setup. 

Anyway, give me a call 801-318-3108 I can give you some more information. For qualified buyers, we can take you through the home and love to talk to you. Take Care.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

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Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Monday, September 4, 2017

Income Generating Vacation Homes

Buying a 2nd home is what many people want so they have the ability to stay at their favorite vacation location whenever they want without the need to reserve a room or rent a home.

What many of these buyers also consider is there the ability to rent the home at least enough so that I get enough income to pay the taxes, or the HOA fee or some other expense.

In my area, during peak ski season and also the Sundance Film Festival, many properties may be rented for enough to cover some pretty big expenses and possibly even have something left over.

With the options of airbnb,, vrbo, homeaway, etc. there are plenty of options to be able to rent your vacation property from 1 day to 365 per year.

The infographic below provides some interesting recent survey statistics - contact me if you want specific information about your area along the Wasatch Mountains:

Take care,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor
C: 801-318-3108

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Wasatch Back Equestrian Estate - Preview for Upcoming in Depth View

Hello everybody it is getting a little bit late, but I just wanted to do a preview of a property that I have listed here in Wallsburg it's just over 29 acre Equestrian Ranch Estate. 

Next week I'm going to be getting with the caretaker of the property and we're gonna do some specific in-depth Facebook live videos of this property. 

Let me turn this way a little bit, you can see right here is a 20,000 square foot barn arena. You've got a pivot on majority of the property over here so you get a lot of alfalfa, you know good watering system. You've got a lot of stalls, it is an equestrian masterpiece that they've done so much with it. 

Anyway, you've got a 10,000 square foot home, you've got a huge greenhouse, year-long greenhouse. You have a dog run with its own septic system, own water system;
automatic water system. 

There are so many things with this home. Anyway next week I'll be doing some Facebook live videos and we're gonna specifically go into some things, like the culinary water system. They have a 10,000 gallon storage tank where the water comes into they have it pressurized, comes into the house, anyway we'll go through that system. 

We'll look at some of the interior things of the home, it's a gorgeous home. The again greenhouse, a lot of these things. 

So anyway it's listed for just over 8 million, if you want additional information give me a call 801-318-3108 and we can get you some information. 

I'm getting more and more stuff online as we go forward and as I get over this head cold I'm communicating more on it. So anyway Wallsburg is just an ideal place in the Wasatch back; it's close to Park City, close to Provo, down Provo Canyon blue, ribbon fishing. 

This place is ideal, it has an opportunity for just an awesome second home, vacation home, a full time home, a corporate retreat type thing. The original order that built this did a lot of training with horses, did a lot of riding with horses with people that had difficulties physically and that, that could come and get on a horse and just enjoy a horse without you know in an area that is just well groomed and really well managed. 

So anyway it's just a phenomenal place and I don't know what else to say, I'll keep going on next week some more. There's additional property here that's close by that goes up onto the the ridge here in Wallsburg Valley. 

So anyway let me know if you have any questions and look next week for some additional videos and some additional information about this property. Take care, have a great Sunday tomorrow. Bye now.

Best Regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Wasatch Back Estate - 1,466+ Acres

Welcome to the Wasatch back. This Slipper Hollow listing includes over fourteen hundred and sixty-six acres for sale, starting in the foothills and going up to the Wallsburg Ridge, where it connects to thousands of acres of Forest Service land.

With over 14 acre feet of water and the majority of the land surveyed, now is a great time to build
your full-time mountain home, amazing second home, or corporate retreat. Homes dot the Wallsburg valley floor within a short distance of hunting, hiking, biking, and horse riding.

With vistas along the Wallsburg Ridge of Deer Creek Reservoir, Mount Timpanogos, and South Fork Canyon. Aspen and Pine trees are thick below the Wallsburg Ridgeline and hide many
trophy deer and elk.

Zoned preservation 160 - 1 single-family home per 160 acres; there is enough land and water to add a few additional homes if desired.

Settled in 1862 by William Wall, today the Wallsburg Valley provides exactly what you want to be able to get away from it all and also be near it all.

Close proximity to Park City, Sundance, Provo, and Salt Lake City provides a great opportunity to enjoy the beauty and quiet of the mountains and still have quick and easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Approximately 15 miles to Heber City, 30 miles to Park City, 60
miles to Salt Lake City airport and 20 miles to the nearest Costco.

Come build your new home in Wallsburg below Slipper Hollow and enjoy the beauty and serenity the valley has to offer.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 28, 2017

Incandescent vs Flourescent vs LED

Good morning everyone, I'm at a good friend's home and they have over 150 LED lights so I wanted to share a little information about lighting.

As you can see these are LED lights and one of the things that people used to worry about is that they are so directional that they wouldn't provide the flood of light like fluorescents do.

Incandescent lights last about a thousand hours per lightbulb. Fluorescent lighting, which has a little mercury in it, increases about ten times and last about 10,000 hours per light bulb and use 70% less energy.

LED lights, which have been very expensive until the last couple years, range from 20-50,000 hours per bulb and reduce energy consumption another 30-50% from fluorescents.

So think of this when you are looking to build a home, buy a home, or even just change out your lights!

This is a beautiful home here and you can see how good these LED lights look!

Take care!

Take care,              
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 25, 2017

Mapleton Utah Over 70 Homes Currently For Sale

Hey everyone, I hope you're having a great weekend! Just want to take a minute and share a few thoughts.

I'm in Mapleton again, I've talked about Mapleton before, I love Mapleton it is such a beautiful, beautiful town. I have friends here and clients but it's not just because of them, it is a beautiful town. You could look over here and see the lake I mean it is just beautiful, I love it.

Anyway it's a great place if you're looking for real estate. I know people keep talking about low
inventories right now, in Mapleton there are 74 homes that are listed for sale and some of these are to be built homes but the majority are existing homes.

Mapleton in my mind was always if you were in Mapleton you probably had a larger parcel, that's just what I always thought. Elkridge, Mapleton, kind of this this area, you had a larger parcel.

Out of those 74 homes over half, I think it's 40 some are less than half an acre and so
Mapleton has changed at least my paradigm. You don't have as many, I think it's like 30 homes, no it was 25 homes are an acre or more so it's changing a bit here in Mapleton.

I just wanted to share this view because I love it, it's at the south end of Main Street you've got a great view of the lake.

If you're interested in Mapleton give me a call. There are quite a few places for sale, it's a great location. The other thing is that the perception has been that Mapleton is a long ways away it's out back in the corner and you can't get to anything, but you're pretty close to Spanish Fork, to Springville and so it's closer than what you think.

Whether you're in Mapleton and you want a price and you want to know the market price of your home or you want to come to Mapleton, give me a call. I have some other cohorts from my office who I work with and we'll give you some information on Mapleton and help you decide what to do.

Anyway have a great weekend and we'll talk to you later.

Take care,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 21, 2017

Wasatch Back Hunting, Hiking, Estate Retreat - 1,466+ Acres

Wasatch Back Property
Wallsburg, Utah

An amazing 1,466+ acre ranch estate, connects to 1,000's of forest property acres along the Wallsburg Ridge.  Amazing views of the Wallsburg valley, Deer Creek Reservoir and the Midway / Heber valley.

With over 14 acre feet of water the P-160 zoning allows for the possibility of eight homes or build your one custom second home, family or corporate retreat.  Close to so much in nearby Park City, the Provo or Salt Lake airport, Blue Ribbon fishing on the Provo River and everything else that the Silicon Slopes have to offer. Yet, out of the way in the beautiful Wasatch Back.

Contact me today to learn more about this property and schedule a time to go view the property.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen, Wallsburg World Realtor

Wood Floors and Nail Caps

Hey everyone hope you're having a great weekend. I was going to do a Facebook live out in this wind or at a home where I just showed some clients but it is so windy.

Anyway I wanted to share an experience while I was showing some homes in Midway today and one of the homes is Sunburst Ranch which is just a beautiful development, they're doing a few more units there and so if you're interested in Sunburst Ranch let me know.

But anyway we're looking in this home and it's wood floors, beautiful wood floors and this couple that I'm with, she starts telling about how when they got married they got a German Shepherd from her dad for their wedding gift. As a puppy it was fifty pounds, anyway as it gets growing bigger it would run to the door when somebody got there and just tear up this wood floor and the wife comes home one day and her husband is putting these covers on the dog's toenails and I've never heard of that, she hadn't heard of it, anyway it worked and they just raved about them. They're called soft paws or toenail caps, anyway a number of different things.

So if you have a dog at home and you need to protect your wood floors you can get these covers, they come in different colors, anyway it sounds so cool!

Anyway I love dogs we just got a new Corgi and he's not getting along really good with our Blue Heeler so I don't know what we were thinking with that, but I love dogs I did a post a while ago about
doggy doors, so anyway I just wanted to share that with you I hope you have a
great weekend. If you have a dog it's a house dog look for some toenail covers to protect your hardwood floors.

Anyway take care you guys and we will chat with you later. Oh wait I got to show you one more
thing just real quick.

Im at Deer Creek, look at these guys out here I don't know if you can see this it is so windy there's whitecaps and these guys are just surfing like crazy look at this guy.

Anyway I was a little long here but have a great weekend!

Take care,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 18, 2017

Parcel Of Record - Wasatch County

Hello everyone Brian Olsen here!

I’m up in Wasatch County today and lots of people want to know if certain parcels are what is called a parcel of record.

Wasatch County calls it a certificate of zoning verification and what it means is that you are able to build a home on the property.

I’m on a two, two-acre parcels that are in a twenty-acre zoning, but because these parcels were subdivided previous to 1965 they are grandfathered in to what the zoning was back in 1965.

So if you’re wondering if you can build on a parcel you need to do some investigation. Typically you’ll get with a title company and do some research on the property; when it was last deeded, when it was last subdivided, and if it was meeting the zoning requirements at the time that deeding took place.

So it’s a $100 to get with the county to get this verification done, if it was before 1965 that it was subdivided its almost always approved. As you get closer to 1970s and 80s it’ll just depend on what happened!

Take care,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 14, 2017

Lakeview Parkway South Provo

Hey good morning everybody. I am in the south part of Provo this morning and just want to share with you something that I didn't realize was looking so good.

I've been concentrating quite a bit up on the interchange on 2100 North you know as far as trying to see what's happening to stay on top of things, but I am on the Lakeview Parkway where there
is a new interchange off of I-15 and this is just really cool. I just want...sorry I got a phone call there...I don't know if you've been down this way lately but it is just really neat, let me put this where you can take a look at this.

So the interchange is just right over there and here's the Lakeview Parkway heads over right over there just not quite to 1100 West you've got DR Horton is doing a new development going on over there and it is it is just set up really nice.

This interchange is super nice it's going to make it so much easier for people down on this end to be able to jump on I-15 right here.

Most of this property all around here is privately owned. Just down on the other side of 1100 west on this south side of the parkway is some property Provo City owns. But anyway this is just really exciting!

So I didn't know if you've been down this way I just wanted to share it with you and I'm sure there's going to be some nice parks and so close to the lake.

Now I've got to look into this a little bit more and see where things are going to go. You know, what the master plan is here, like I said I haven't looked into this area for a while, I've been looking more into the I-15 and the interchange going on up on 2100 north in Lehi and over to the Mountain View expressway.

So if you get down this way like I said DR Horton has a new development there's some other homes for sale in the older part of Provo here, which has got some nicer older homes, a few parcels that are available.

Anyway, kind of exciting to see what Provo is doing here. If you need any help give me a call, shoot me a text, or Facebook message, or email.

Take care,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 11, 2017

748 W. 1160 N., Pleasant Grove Home For Sale

Hey everyone, I am in Pleasant Grove with some new clients and friends of mine that have been friends for a little while and I'm at their home it's located in 748 West 1160 north and I just want
them to share. 

I was going to talk about their garage and their solar panels and a number of things, but I've got them right here so I'm going to ask them to share what they love most about having lived in this home for quite a few years. I don't remember exactly how many years 12 years, okay so we've got Trevor and Sheri and just in 10-15 seconds Trevor first, what do you like most about having lived here? 

Well I've loved the location for sure it's been been tons of fun to live here in Pleasant Grove, I teach just down the road and I've loved we love the yard, we've loved putting a bonus room on our home so that we could have a nice view and be able to hang out as a family and do activities and things together. The location's been fantastic. We love to camp and do other kinds of things and it's a great, great place to be. 

Okay, that was more than one but it's a lot of reasons. Sheri, do you have, you can give more than one as well, but what have you loved about being here? 

One thing I like about our house is the road's very calm, it's not on a busy road, but storage we've added on and we have a lot of storage now. 

Excellent, ok so those are just a couple of things I'll have some more information or get a hold of me and we'll get the listing information to you, but this Pleasant Grove is a hot market and you've got to check out this home. 

So give me a call, shoot me a text, private message, anything like that and we'll get some more information on this home. Take care.

Contact me for more information on this home,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 7, 2017

Wasatch County's Hot Market

Hey everyone, sorry if you started to watch my live video a minute ago I was up on the side of the hill and I lost reception.

Anyway I am in Wallsburg, Round Valley also known as, and I just love it here and wanted to share some real estate information with you of course, but also show you just how beautiful it is. And I again apologize I was up on the side of the hill and you could have got a view of the valley but
you can still get a good feel of this it's just so beautiful right now, things are so green.

So anyway Wallsburg it is a hot market in Wasatch County, which it hasn't been that hot, but since March First we've had four properties go under contract. So for Wallsburg that is a hot market, but don't fret there's still some other properties that are available and if you're interested in Wallsburg give me a call.

The other three properties are still under contract but there's still four homes that are listed for sale, and there are 14 parcels that are listed for sale. Further up here there's two two acre parcels, let me just turn around here so you see, right back here there's 1,400 acres up alongside the hill here that's for sale and a bunch in between.

So there's still a lot of things for sale, come into Wallsburg just ask for Brian Olsen, people know how to find me if you do drive into the valley otherwise give me a call, shoot me a text I'd love to
help you find a place here in Wallsburg or anywhere else; Wasatch back, Wasatch Front.

Anyway have a great weekend. Take care.
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 4, 2017

Park City Rental Investment

Hey you guys hope you're having a great Saturday morning. I am in Park City. and just wanted to share a couple thoughts with you.

I'm at a client's home and I love Park City. it's such a great place and I have a number of clients that are looking for investment properties and so I want to share a couple things to think about as you're looking for investment properties.

My clients home is a fairly large home and one of the things to think about is that various HOAs and places here in Park City.won't allow overnight rentals, and so what are you looking for you're looking to rent the property nightly or do you just want a long-term renter a couple things to think about that way.

The second thing is everybody knows that the ski season, Sundance Film Festival times, those you can rent about any type of property you have; condo, large home, anything.

What we're finding is during the summer the larger homes are renting a little bit better just because there's a lot of family reunions and so anyway a couple things to think about.

I'd love to help you whether you're looking to buy or sell in Park City. Park City is just a great place I love Park city and its really a good time to be looking at buying or selling property.

Anyway give me a call and I'd love to help you out.

Have a great weekend!
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, July 31, 2017

Home Inspection Electrical Panel

Hey you guys, hope you're having a good weekend.

Just wanted to share some information again on home inspections and this time on some electrical issues and what the home inspector is going to look at.

Remember inspectors are going to look at what is visible and what is easily accessible. One of the things that's easily accessible is to take the cover off of the electrical service panel, if your home inspector isn't doing that you need to change home inspectors.

But they should take that cover off and a few of the things they're going to look for are the number of switches for the size of the home, how many wires going to each switch, the gauge of the wires going into the switch, they'll look for corrosion, look for taped wires.

Anyway they'll look for a number of things in there and should give you a good report on that service panel and how things look in that service panel. So you want to make sure that they do that.

One of the things that they won't do which isn't easily accessible is when you get to a fixture, for example this ceiling fan here, an inspector is not going to pull the connection, the fixture from the ceiling and so when you get into an older home you just want to make sure that the inspector goes through everything as much as he can. He's going to check switches he's going to check you know fixtures and that but he's not going to be pulling things off the wall like he will the panel on the electrical or the cover on the service panel is easily accessible.

So anyway in an older home you just don't want to have it look like there's good wiring and then when it actually gets to the fixture they've left some old wiring.

If you need a good inspector along the Wasatch Front give me a call. If you are outside
of the Wasatch Front good luck getting you a good home inspector and happy inspecting.

Take care!
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, July 28, 2017

Utah County Multi Unit Investment Property

Hey everyone Brian Olsen here.

I'm Vineyard right now and I just love this little town, it's not that little anymore it's been growing like crazy, but I had an opportunity this morning to go to a class and just want to stop and take a moment share a couple thoughts.

The class was taught by a Steve Bond. Steve Bond is a great realtor I met him when I first started my real estate career about five years ago now and the thing about Steve is, I was so impressed that he has such an abundance mentality. He is so willing to help people, he is an awesome realtor.

But anyway he was discussing and teaching about multi-unit investment properties up to fourplexes,
so duplex, triplex, and fourplexes and just wanted to share with you a little bit of information about Utah County. Right now, as of this morning there's 15 properties that are listed with Realtors in Utah County in that category, so not much inventory. There's 25 that are under contract and 140 have sold in the last 12 months here in Utah County.

So multi-housing I have a number of clients looking to purchase duplex, triplex, and fourplex once you go above that it has a different financing nuances that you need to look at.

But up to that point if you have a property like that now is a great time to consider selling.

Take care!
Wallsburg World Realtor

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

748 W. 1160 N., Pleasant Grove Home For Sale

Pleasant Grove, Utah is a hot market for home selling right now.  The 2nd quarter of this year saw the median home price in PG raise to $293,000.00 from a low in 2012 of $180,000.00. The number of homes sold hit a record high of 99 the 2nd quarter of 2015 (since records on the MLS back to 1996); then the 3rd quarter of 2016 hit 95 homes sold and the 2nd quarter of this year hit 82 homes sold.

A prime property that is available right now located at 748 W. 1160 N. in a prime Pleasant Grove area, is 100% finished and remodeled in 2009. The large attached addition includes and over sized two car garage, with extra height, width and length, extra insulation, an insulated garage door and plenty of lighting.  Above the garage is a bonus room with full height walls and vaulted ceiling with ceiling fans.

The remodel includes kitchen and bathroom upgrades, new roof, new siding, new air conditioning, 50 gallon water heater and RV Parking.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Wasatch Back Land Statistics

Good morning everyone hope you are doing great and having a wonderful weekend.

It was great to have a Memorial weekend and celebrate this country and our freedoms and everything last weekend, hope you had a great Memorial weekend.

Anyway I want to get back into some real estate and just give you some information. I am in Wasatch County, actually in Wallsburg, I'm on a client's two acre parcel that he has for sale and just a gorgeous area. He's got two acres here and then a back two acre parcel also, both of them buildable.

Wasatch County is just an incredible place. I know we hear a lot about the Wasatch Front, Lehi it was on the news that it's the 11th fastest growing city in the United States. So the Wasatch
Front a lots happening but the Wasatch Back is also have a lot going on.

So let me just tell you a little bit really quick about some statistics here in Wasatch County which includes Wallsburg where I'm at right now. I had some clients from the East Coast that we're asking me this week what's happening and you know they've heard news about what's happening in Utah.

Looking at properties in Wasatch County that have five acres or more in 2015 there were 31 parcels that sold and it was for a total volume value of 18.8 million. Last year there were 37 parcels five acres or greater that sold for a volume of 21.8 million.

So far this year we've had 14 parcels sell for a volume of 9.1 million. There's 12 under contract so in the next 30 to 60 or 90 days those are you know probably likely to close the majority of them. Out of
those 12 six of them are a million dollars or more so within the next 60-90 days we could be at or surpassing last year's volume with another four or five months left to go in the year.

So anyway, Wasatch County, Summit County is kind of a similar story but there's a lot going on here if you have any interest give me a call, shoot me a message or a text. I'd love to help you find some property there's a lot of property that is less than five acres for sale.

As I looked at these statistics as my friend was asking me what was happening here in Utah and development wise those are parcels that typically are going to be subdivided or developed.

Now here in Wallsburg these two two acre parcels are buildable but you're not going to subdivide them. I do have 1500 acres up here on the mountain if you want a little bit bigger area and you can put probably you know one big nice home or a few you know 200-acre homes 160 acres and there's a lot of other parcels here in Wallsburg as well as Heber, Midway, Kamas, well Kamas is Summit County that's another story we'll talk about that another time.

So anyway you guys have a great weekend and get into the Wasatch back it's just beautiful about 10 to 15 degrees cooler usually too so it's wonderful. I'm a little biased, but I love
it up here.

Take care!
Wallsburg World Realtor

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Pleasant Grove 2,500 sf home For Sale

Great home for sale in the hot market of Pleasant Grove; with almost 2,500 sf and an extensive remodel-addition to create an over-sized garage, with 6" exterior walls, extra insulation, lots of storage, dedicated outlets, insulated garage door, plenty of lighting and above the garage is a huge bonus room; the bonus room has it's own AC and furnace; solar panels with an amazing fully assumable lease, with no payments to the Vivent for the solar panels; can-lights throughout with LED bulbs, remodeled bathrooms, full yard and sprinkler system, fully fenced, RV parking and more and more and more... Contact me and check it out before this home like most homes in Pleasant Grove, is gone.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Pleasant Grove Dream Home

Hey Everyone! I am in Pleasant Grove with a good friend and we just listed his home here in Pleasant Grove at 748 West 1160 North and it is just a to-die-for home. 

I've got the owner here, Trevor, and he is just going to give you a quick synopsis of what he's done to this home. He bought it in 2004 and he's just done, I mean it had 1900 sq. ft. when he bought it, these are just row houses, built the same way; it has just under 2600 sq. ft.

 So I'm going to let him share with you a few things he's done really quick and then get a hold of me and come and check out this home it's an awesome home.Trevor, you've got the floor. You bet, I'll do my best here. 

Well, one of the first things we did was replace the deck here; took the old deck and put a new one on; Trex Deck. And then we've added in a batting cage which is something the kids have fun playing with. But we re-sided the entire home after we built an addition on, go ahead, keep talking, I'm just pushing buttons, resided the entire home and then put architectural shingling on the roof. We put vinyl windows in, we added a second air system for this unit here and put it on thicker walls so that we could make that room cool down really nice for family and heat really well, we've gone throughout the entire home and re-carpeted and added custom cabinetry and done work in the bathroom, added a jetted tub, and it seems like just about every room in the home, I think, has changed. 

Okay, let me add a couple more things really quick. Can lights, built in 1979, he put can lights all over the kitchen, the living room. This room above the garage is awesome, it's just a big open room, like he said it has it's own air conditioning, the garage is oversized, finished, painted, it's cleaner than probably my kitchen. 

Anyway, they've just done a ton of things, if you're interested in Pleasant Grove give me a call, private message, text, carrier pigeon, whatever, and come and check out this home and have a great weekend, talk to you later.

Best Regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, July 17, 2017

Mapleton Utah & Hobble Creek Canyon

Hi you guys, Brian Olsen here just wanting to say hi again.

Im in Mapleton, and just wanted to tell you a little bit about it!

Mapleton has seen a great recovery, back in 2007 the high median sold price of homes was around $405,000. By the end of last year it actually surpassed that with a median income of $430,000.

I love this view of the Mapleton City Offices and Spanish Fork Peak. Another amazing view is of Hobble Creek Canyon. If you follow this all the way you will come out on another beautiful town called Wallsburg!

Anyway if you need help with real estate either in Mapleton or Wallsburg give me a call, I'd love to help you! Have a great weekend!

Best Regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, July 14, 2017

Basement Windows

Hey everyone, hope you're doing well, hope you had a great week.

Just wanted to take a minute and talk to you about basements and windows in basements particularly. I'm up in salt lake in an older home right now and originally this home had smaller windows and lots of times they don't let in a lot of light, and many people worry about being able to egress in case of a fire or emergency.

So a lot of people end up cutting the concrete foundation and putting in a bigger window.

A couple things you want to check, I'm not a contractor but you want to look at if you can cut into the concrete and what implications there are.

Uniform Building Code says that windows in basements need to be 5.7 square feet to be a legal window that someone can escape out of.

Anyway it will depend on where you live if, you're in the county, city, if they just go with the uniform building code or they have more strict requirements.

I love this home because they got these windows cut out and put in some nice windows that provide lots more light and a lot more comfort in the basement of this older home.

If you want to do that you can go out and rent saws, do it yourself, or you can hire a contractor. You're probably going to be about 2-4 thousand dollars depending how far below grade and all that will entail as far as moving the earth and such.

Basements are awesome and having lots of light in basements are awesome!

If you have any questions about building code in your area and what you can or can't do give me a call I'd love to help you.

Take care!
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, July 10, 2017

Mapleton Estate on 2.5 Acre

I am in Mapleton again, I know I've talked about Mapleton before and I love Mapleton it's a great, great location and just want to share some information with you. 

I just listed a home it's here on Main Street, the south end of Main Street, which is a great location, Main Street, if you continue south it dead-ends down here there's some biking trails and other things, but it's a just a great location, you don't get as much traffic on this it's excellent. This home was built in 1992, the sellers are the one-time owner, the sellers built the home back in 1992, have been
here the whole time.

It has just over 6,100 square feet on three levels, basement's fully finished, has six bedrooms, four full-size bathrooms and a half bathroom. It's main floor living, your main floor you have your master bedroom, kitchen, laundry, a full bathroom off of the the master bedroom, anyway, very nice. 

It's on two and a half acres, you can see the the home here in the background, you can't see all the property you can go to a link on my website or my blog and see some aerial drone shots. But if you have an imagination on what you could do with two and a half acres, with a home with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, give me a call! 

This home you've got to take a look at it. Schedule a time to come and check it out look at the area; it's just a beautiful location, a great opportunity if you can imagine doing some really fun things for a family retreat, a second home, a main home; this is an ideal location.

Anyway, look forward to hearing from you, if you have any comments, questions about the home, like I say feel free to message me, respond any way to get a hold of me.

Best Regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, July 7, 2017

Home Inspection - Plumbing Drains

Good afternoon everyone, hope you've had a good week.

I had a home inspection just a couple of days ago and thought of a couple things I wanted to share with you.

Remember a home inspector is going to go through a home and do a visual inspection and an inspection on readily accessible areas. He's not going to get down into the nitty gritty in a lot of things.

So with plumbing the first thing a home inspector will typically do is he'll go in and he'll plug the sink, shower, and bathtub drains and fill those up with water and then he'll see how they drain. If there's a problem he'll let you know. Now he's probably not going to be opening p-traps and doing some of those things to figure out why the problem is there. You need to realize that you may have additional costs.

If there's just one or two drains that drain slow it may just be a venting problem or possibly a p-trap problem, maybe it was plugged up.

If you start getting a lot of them draining slow you may have a problem going out of the house through the main line out into the sewer. Realize that some of these things you may have to get someone who is more skilled in something like putting a camera into your sewer line and out to the main to see if there's a problem and then have them get with you so you know what the costs are.

Anyway just realize that the big thing is, a home inspector is just going to do a visual inspection and the readily accessible things. He'll give you some information but you may have to deal with other things depending on the story the drains tell.

Always do a home inspection though, get with a good realtor so you can negotiate some costs if you do have extra costs and minimize your problems. You can't get rid of all your problems, sorry, but at least you can minimize them.

Have a great weekend and talk to you soon!

Best Regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, June 30, 2017

910 South Round Valley

Beautiful two 2-acre parcels in Wallsburg, Utah in the Wasatch back. Build your permanent home or retreat 2nd home and enjoy the small town feel close to 1,000's of acres of forest land, hunting, fishing, restaurants and entertainment.

Best regards,
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, June 23, 2017

Wallsburg Property

Wallsburg, Utah - Slipper Hollow & Billy Haws

We have some drone video of this beautiful 1,466+ acre ranch estate, which gives a great view of the property line and a good feel of the lower part of the property.  

We will soon have additional drone video, time lapse and voice over for this amazing property. See the brochure for great explanation of this property and its proximity to 1,000's of acres of Forest Service property. It will be hard to find an opportunity like this with such a remote feeling, but so close to so much from Park City, to Provo to Strawberry Reservoir.  Contact me for more information.

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