The neighborhood just east of Leigh Hill is called Cross Hollows. The homes for sale within the Cross Hollows section have a much different feel to them than most areas of Cedar. First and foremost, the building lots are often much bigger and more spacious than others around town. Their landscaping often has a much more desert feel to them, with less lawn, and more of a natural landscape feel with junipers and Cedar trees. You’ll encounter new homes and old homes, with an occasional log home or two there. The homes for sale in the Cross Hollows section of Cedar City offer large, spacious lots and sunset views.
North Ridge is one of the newer developments in Cedar City neighborhoods. A new subdivision on the south side of I-15, the homes here have beautiful views of Shirts Canyon or the mountains southwest of the area. Although the homes are new, the area has a classic American neighborhood feel. The homes here are upscale and on lots of 2 acres or larger. This neighborhood provides a quiet escape from Cedar City, but is close to shopping and schools nearby. Juniper and pinyon trees are plentiful here, providing you with seclusion and privacy in a safe, family-friendly neighborhood.
The Valley of Cedar City and Enoch
As you travel farther north to the valley of Cedar City, you’ll soon enter the boundaries of Enoch, often viewed as the suburbs of Cedar City. Here you’ll find larger lots, many of which are zoned for animals, so this area has a spacious, open country feel to the area. If you have kids or pets, this area provides huge lots that are great for this. If you’ve ever desired to have larger animals like horses, or if you’ve ever had the desire to grow a huge garden, Enoch is perfect for your family. Although it is a few minute drive into Cedar and larger shopping centers, many choose Enoch for its quiet country, family-oriented feel.