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Farmington & Kaysville Photo Tour

By October 24, 2019February 27th, 2020Living Along The Wasatch Front

Every year millions of birds migrate to the wetland habitats of the Great Salt Lake to nest. The suburban communities of Farmington and Kaysville run adjacent to these wetlands and the people here agree that there’s no better place to nestle in. 


Farmington and Kaysville are known for home subdivisions sprinkled between horse pastures and working farms. Both cities have charming historic main streets, well-attended high school sporting events, and lots of festivities on every holiday. 

Newer condominium and shopping mall developments have sprung up around main transportation hubs in both cities. The Station in Farmington is a flagship mixed-use development oriented around a TRAX commuter-rail hub. It includes big national shopping chains, office space, condominiums, and facilities for entertainment and fitness. 


First-time homebuyers can get the most for their money in either city. A low cost per square foot and excellent schools, make it an easy sell for young families. Homebuyers looking for higher-end property will find stunning properties on acreages of land. The neighborhood median home price is $480,000 with the average cost per square foot at $166.


While both towns have  a rush of new residents and developments, they are still small, farm-towns at heart. As one local told us, “We’re only half an hour from downtown Salt Lake City but it feels like we’re a world away.”

Want to know more about Farmington & Kaysville? Read How to Spend a Day in Farmington & Kaysville. Interested in buying property in Farmington or Kaysville? Contact us or find property information and current listings on our Farmington & Kaysville page.


Niche Homes is a full-service real estate agency specializing in the Yalecrest neighborhood and surrounding Salt Lake enclaves. Contact us if you are interested in buying or selling a home.

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