Black Ridge is a stunning new townhome community with 142 townhomes built on more than 22 acres near downtown St. George, Utah. The community offers a blend of modern architecture and resort-style amenities, including a clubhouse, pool and spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, pickleball court, dog park, and pirate-themed playground. The community features three floorplans with well-designed two or three-bedroom options.
Proximity to picturesque Zion National Park, Black Hill Trail, and Southgate Golf Course entices residents to venture out and explore nature and the nearby attractions. In addition, residents will appreciate the convenient access to the Tech Ridge industrial park and notable schools. Centrally located, Black Ridge Cove is just blocks away from all that St. George has to offer.
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Located in the southwest corner of Utah, St. George is adjacent to some of the country's most beautiful mountain and recreational areas. The surrounding red-rock terrain is breathtaking. In addition to the idyllic backdrop, new residents are attracted to St. George's 300 days of sunshine and favorably low humidity.
Zion National Park, Lake Powell, and Grand Canyon are just a few of the many national parks that appeal to residents and tourists alike. Surrounding areas offer extensive recreation opportunities, including golf, hiking, and skiing. St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm is a must-see for anyone interested in dinosaurs, geology, and the ancient Jurassic world.
Termed "Utah's Dixie," the St. George area was founded in 1861 by Latter-Day Saint (Mormon) settlers using the area as a cotton mission. Today, St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the eighth-largest city in Utah. In recent years, CNN Money magazine listed St. George among the best places to live. It is also frequently listed as the most secure place to live and one of the best small cities for careers.
In the heart of St. George lies Utah Tech University, a 4-year school that touts the lowest tuition of all 4-year state institutions in Utah. As a result, students focus less on finances and more on their futures. The university also offers locals unforgettable experiences at the Sears Art Museum, O.C. Tanner Amphitheater, and many sporting events throughout the year.
Whether you're drawn to the fresh air and red rocks or enjoy a local play and a bite to eat downtown at the hyped Wood Ash Rye, St. George has something to offer everyone. The rich cultural history of St. George continually amazes new travelers and residents. So come check out this area yourself – you won't be disappointed.