We love Kayenta, Utah. It’s a beautiful spot in Southern Utah, surrounded by red rocks and wild, lush desert terrain. This great community offers arts, culture and an eclectic vibe that keeps drawing us back.
If you love nature and you love art and interesting people, you will love Kayenta. Kayenta is a small community where 80% of the land is backed up to wilderness areas.
Kayenta has a vibrant arts village. Sit down for a cup of coffee and breakfast or chill in the evening over appetizers and a glass of wine and Xetava Cafe.
After your wine and appetizers at Xetava Cafe, you can wander over to the The Center For the Arts. The Center for the Arts is an independent arts venue for live music, outdoor films, plays and other entertainment. They strive to offer inclusive and cutting edge entertainment to the surrounding community.
The Kayenta Arts Village has a yoga studio, art studios, pottery, shops, a spa and other independently owned businesses. Each year the area is alive and kicking with cool events and art fairs.
Nearby is the Tuacahn Center for the Arts and the Tuacahn High School for the Arts. The Tuacahn amphitheater shows live theatre and music and offers a Saturday Market with food and great local vendors. Tuacahn also has its own cafe for lunch and is a very kid friendly venue.
The biggest draw to buying real estate in Kayenta is the unbelievable access to the areas hiking, biking, and site seeing.
You can live minutes away from Red Cliffs National Conservation Area which offers hiking for every level of fitness and interest as well as campground.
Snow Canyon State Park is also minutes away from this home in Kayenta.
The park has more than 38 miles of hiking trails, a three-mile paved walking/biking trail and over 15 miles of equestrian trails. Snow Canyon has a diverse wildlife and species. At the intersection of the “Mojave Desert, Great Basin Desert and Colorado Plateau, the park averages 7.5 inches of rainfall a year. Vegetation includes desert adapted species such as creosote bush, narrow leaf yucca, sand sage, blackbrush, scrub oak and desert willow. If spring and fall conditions are right, wildflowers light up the park with a showy display of blooms. Wildlife watchers may see coyotes, kit foxes, quail, roadrunners, leopard lizards, gopher snakes and canyon tree frogs. Thirteen sensitive species protected by state and/or federal law are found within the park. They include peregrine falcons, desert tortoises and gila monsters. “
Curious about seeing this real estate property in Kayenta? This home is on 1.4 acres in Kayenta in Ivins, Utah. A saltwater pool, beautiful courtyards, poolside barbecue and a gas fireplace are just a few of the details that make this place special.
The custom home in Kayenta, Utah has beautiful recessed lighting features throughout, an in home theatre, 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. The attached casita has a private entrance and kitchenette making it an ideal guest room or in law apartment. Check out the image gallery to see more and give us a call at (801) 604-6440 to schedule a walkthrough or see any of our other . See the MLS listing…