Grantsville, Utah Information
Based in Tooele County, Utah, Grantsville is one of the more popular cities in the county and the second most popular city in Utah. It is associated with the Metropolitan statistical area in Salt Lake City. The city has grown rather slowly yet steadily since 1848. But more recently it has experienced a more rapid growth increase in the 1970s as well as in the 1990s. This spike in growth was primarily due to two development factors: one being the development of the Deseret Peak Recreational Center that is located in the nearby area, as well as the Miller Motorsports Park Raceway, along with the development of the local Walmart Distribution Center, which is strategically located just right outside of the area.
Grantsville, Utah Details
There is a population of 9,379 according to 2012 reports provided by the US Census Bureau. This town has a bedroom community that is convenient for individuals known to commute frequently into the Salt Lake Valley area.
Bordered by South Mountain, Stansbury Island, the Oquirrh Mountains, the Great Salt Lake and the Stansbury Mountains, its climate is very hot during the summer and very cold and snowy during the winter months.
This town is 19.34 total area mi.² according to the United States Census Bureau. Of that, 19.2 square miles is land and 0.04 square miles is made up of water. The US Census Bureau has also estimated that its population would likely to increase to 10,459 by 2016.
There are also several historic landmarks in the area as well. They include the Anderson-Clark Farmstead, the Hilda Erickson House, and the Grantsville First Ward Meetinghouse to name a few.
The Anderson–Clark Farmstead, is referred to as the J. Reuben Clark Farm. This landmark was built in 1941 and sits on 3.2 acres of land and consists of 13 contributing buildings. Its historic significance is based on its affiliation with the Grantsville’s agricultural development that is associated with both the Anderson and the Clark families who were responsible for their “distinctive collection of agricultural outbuildings”.
The Hilda Erickson House was built for Hilda Erickson in 1915. She was considered a very long-lived woman who dwelt among the original pioneers in Utah. Her son, Perry Erickson built the house which is historically known for its association with Hilda Anderson Erickson and her travels made to Utah in 1866 by wagon. She lived in the house until she was over 100 years old. Out of roughly 80,000 pioneers that migrated to Utah prior to the railroad, she was the last living pioneer. She later died in the year of 1968 at 108 years old.
Built during the years of 1865 to 1866, the Grantsville First Ward Meetinghouse, was a latter-day St. meeting house developed by Hugh Alexander Ross Gillespie, a Scottish immigrant. It is one of few LDS meetinghouses that was built with Adobe and having its vestry attached to the rear of the house as opposed to the front of the meetinghouse.
Things To Do
There are plenty of things to do in this amazing city. This includes recreational activities that can take place at the Spruce Forest Artisan Village, the New Germany State Park or the Casselman River Bridge State Park. For those who enjoy shopping, the Hill Top Fruit Market or the Gift & Specialty Shops may be just perfect for you. For entertainment, you may consider Music at Penn Alps or a Theater.
The schools within the area are made up of a total of four public schools. Together they serve 2,688 students combined. These four schools include one high school, one middle school, and two elementary schools. It also has one pre-K school in the area. It is their only public preschool within the immediate area and serves a total of 809 students. Each of these schools is located within the Tooele County School District.
Property Management and Real Estate Facts
Grantsville’s population is made up of 52.8% females and 47.2% males. Its median age is 30 and the median age for the overall state is 30.6. Its median estimated household income is $60,918, which was reported for the year of 2015, whereas the median income for the entire state is $62,912. Geographically it is 76% urban and 24% rural.
The estimated median value of homes and condos located in the area as recently as 2015 was $204,718.This was is a significant increase from the home values in 2000, when it was $124,500 in 2000.
The mean prices in 2015 for all housing units was $214,116 and $222,277 for detached residential structures. The prices for townhouses or other attached units during that same period was $192,410.
The prices for other structures include the following: $183,443for 2-unit structures, $109,786 for 3-to-4-unit structures and $51,733 for mobile homes.
For other occupied living facilities, such as Occupied boats, RVs, vans, the median price is $202,223. The Median gross rental price in 2015 for the area was $826.
Grantsville’s total houses that were identified was 1,973. Of that, 1,851 was occupied. There was 2,404 owner occupied homes and 543 homes or units that were renter occupied. 18% of the residential occupancy in this city area are renters and 31% are renters on a statewide basis.
More recently – as recent as June 2017 – the median home value in the area is $231,500, which is an increase of 6.2% from the previous year. The median listed price is $287,400.
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