Tradition SeriesSM|From $375,920
3 - 5 bed| 2 - 3.5 bath | 2 - 3 garage
1 - 2 story | From 1,315 sq ft
About our community
Long Valley, a sprawling 600-acre master-planned community in Southern Utah, redefines everyday living with a diverse array of home types and a best-in-class amenities package. Multiple parks and open space areas are within walking distance of homesites, featuring pickleball courts, a heated pool, hot tub, and inviting dining/lounge areas. Nestled against one of the region's most breathtaking natural bluffs, Long Valley graces Washington City, just west of the Sand Hollow recreation area and a mere 10 miles from St. George Regional Airport. Accessible via Southern Parkway, residents enjoy easy connections to a myriad of recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities. With Snow Canyon State Park, Zion National Park, Tuacahn Center for the Arts, and an abundance of dining, shopping, and entertainment options nearby, Long Valley provides an idyllic backdrop for a vibrant lifestyle.
- Walking - Nature Trails
- Terra Parks
- Basketball Court
- Pickleball Courts
- Putting Course
- Pump Track
- Movie Lawns
- Splash Pad
- 9 Square in the Air
Horizon Elementary School
Public | K-5 2.1 mi.
Pine View Middle School
Public | 8-9 4.6 mi.
Fossil Ridge Intermediate
Public | 6, 7 4.7 mi.
Pine View High School
Public | 10-12 4 mi.
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Find Your New Home in Washington City
Discover new homes for sale in Washington City that fit your lifestyle. D.R. Horton builds homes with varieties of floor plans along the Wasatch Front in Northern Utah and a growing number of communities in Southern Utah. Each home is designed to make your life more enjoyable and convenient with modern amenities and the latest energy-efficient appliances.
Built on a Pioneering Spirit That Still Thrives
Named after the nation’s first president, Washington City was created when a group of early pioneer settlers from the southern states migrated to the area in 1857 to grow cotton. After many hardships, a cotton factory was eventually built and cotton was successfully grown commercially. Today, Washington City thrives as the population continues to explode with those to enjoy the mild weather, friendly people, and breathtaking landscapes.
For new homeowners, Washington City remains a city of choice for a quality lifestyle in Southern Utah. Residents live in an area surrounded by biking trails like the colorful Hell Hole Canyon Trail and several stunning parks, including Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon. Inside city limits, you can golf at the challenging Green Spring Golf Course, enjoy multiple sports and aquatics at the Community Center, or join annual events like Cotton Days and Washington City Races.