There are currently 210 homes for sale in Spanish Fork. Homes for sale in Spanish Fork start in the low $300,000's and top out at about $1,200,000 with a few exception. Currently in the Spanish Fork area there is a strong demand for new construction with several developments currently under construction. Spanish fork offers affordable homes for the first time home buyer as well as the move up buyer.
Spanish Fork is hosts to five large-scale events each year including fiesta days, Icelandic Days, the Harvest of the Moon Hurrah, the Festival Lights, and the Festival of Colors.
Spanish Fork was the first Icelandic settlement in the United States and the Icelandic Association of Utah was founded in 1897 and host the Icelandic days every year in June. Every year the Icelandic's heritage is kept alive in this three-day event.
The Harvest Moon Hurrah is sponsored by the Spanish Fork arts Council and takes place every September 19. Activities include storytelling, old-fashioned family photos, art, hay rides, bluegrass band and live entertainment.
The Festival of lights is a Christmas celebration that runs from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day.
Fiesta days celebrates Utah Valley Spanish, Mexican, Latino or Latin American cultural roots. This event is held every July and is centered around the Pioneer Day celebration. Events include a weeklong rodeo, craft fair, duck races, and fireworks on 24th June.
Another wonderful celebration is the festival of colors held every year at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork. Thousands of people come from all over Utah to participate and it is quite a sight to see all the colors.
Spanish Fork is known for its affordable housing, rich heritage and easy access to all that Utah County has to offer. If you are looking for a home in Spanish Fork please give us a call. We make buying a home more affordable with her buyer and seller rebates.
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