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282 N 1400 W Midway Utah

Gorgeous Mountain Rambler with 2 story walk out basement.

Set yourself apart from the crowd!

Two Story Fireplace

Beautiful Kitchen

Lots of Light

Wet Bar

Dry Sauna

Entertainment Room

Fire Pit with Rock Patio

Beautiful Midway Mountain Resort Home. Valley and Mountain Views. Sauna, bar, pool table and walk-out basement make the perfect party or man-cave. Floor to ceiling stone fireplace on main in great room. Wrap around deck with amazing views in every direction. 10 minutes to 2 championship golf courses. 15 minutes to 2 Lakes. 15-20 minutes from 2 ski resorts. Beautiful Fire Pit in side yard and RV Parking.


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Priced at $639,900

Rambler with 2 story back  in Scenic Midway Utah

Located in the Swiss Alpenholf  Subdivison (not the PUD)

3500 Square Feet with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths 2 family rooms. Back yard with mountain and valley  views.

About Midway

Midway is a city in Wasatch County, Utah, United States. It is located in the Heber Valley, approximately 3 miles west of Heber City and 28 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, on the opposite side of the Wasatch Mountains. The population was 3,845 at the 2010 census.

Midway Swiss Days brings thousands of people to the town. The event was started in 1947 through the efforts of Luke’s Hot Pots Resort owners, Joseph B. and Pauline S. Erwin. It was originally called Harvest Days. They formed a club known as the “Midway Boosters,” which is still active, and whose members promote city improvements and activities. In order to attract larger crowds to Midway, the idea of a Swiss theme was created by Orma W. Wallengren (a.k.a. Clair Peterson) whose family owned and operated the Homestead, replacing the name and theme of Harvest Days with Swiss Days. Wikipedia

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Midway Utah Parks and Recreation

Midway Parks and Recreation

The pavilions in all of the Midway City parks are available for use at no charge to the general public on a first-come-first-serve basis from 7:00am to dusk (which is usually 9:00-9:30pm).  You may reserve a park pavilion for $25.00 per pavilion per day if you would like to be assured of a specific time for your activity.  Just click on the link below and either mail it with your rental payment, or bring it into the City office Mon-Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm.

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