Our Favorite Views Now For Sale at Summit Creek

Set within the majestic foothills of the Wasatch Range, Summit Creek affords its residents astounding views in every direction. Here, each home has been meticulously etched into the landscape and positioned to maximize far-reaching vistas of the peaks and valley beyond. Why? All to facilitate a prolific connection between our residents and the outdoors, of course. Take a look at our favorite views now for sale at Summit Creek and make this life immersed in natural wonder yours to keep.

Mount Timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos is the second highest mountain in the Wasatch Range—and amongst the most recognizable in all of Utah—and three Summit Creek lots just so happen to boast unobstructed views of it. Alive with wildflowers in the summer months and glowing with snowy peaks in the winter, Mount Timpanogos is an astounding sight to see. And, from Summit Creek’s estate homesites numbered 59, 61 and 62, one can revel in this beauty year-round.

Loafer Canyon

For a home completely embraced by foliage with breathtaking rolling hill views, look no further than Loafer Canyon. Lots 27 and 28 at Summit Creek are both one with nature, fixed within the surrounding landscape where evergreens maintain their bold green hue year-round. Here, one has the opportunity to build their dream mountain estate that’s entirely in unison with Summit Creek’s untrammeled backcountry, all while set to unrivaled vistas of Loafer Canyon below and Loafer Mountain just beyond.

Utah Lake

Set within Utah Valley is none other than beautiful Utah Lake. And while the lake itself is incredibly popular for boating and fishing, it likewise provides a spectacular view for select homes at Summit Creek. In fact, our Mid-Century Modern estate at 732 South Oval Road enjoys amongst the best vistas of Utah Lake in the entire community and, luckily, its transitional and open-concept floor plan allows for unrivaled viewing both inside and out.

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