Hideaway Valley 

                    Sanpete County


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Access:  Hideaway Valley is a year around access subdivision with good access all year.  Many of the homes are used for permanent residents with some that are used for recreational purposes only.  There are some of the lots on the east side higher up on the mountain side that really do not provide year around access.   Hideaway Valley  is not  gated.  The entrance is approximately 1 mile off of Highway 89 and about 10 yards off of Meadow Lane which goes into Hideaway Valley.  Driving time is  approximately forty minutes from Provo.  And about one hour and twenty minutes from Salt Lake City. .                                                                                           

Water:  Sanpete county requires an "onsite" water source to get a building permit except for the subdivisions designated as "Dry Subdivisions"or that have a community water system. In Hideaway you are  required to have a "water share" or well right to build.  Most of the lots come with a water share.   Water shares are necessary if you want to drill a well.  The state requires a 1/4 share for a recreational cabin.  For year around usage you must have a share.  You can find shares through "the nickel" or other sources for $2500 to $5000 for 1/2 a share. Check out the water Regulations!


Power:  Much of the lower part of Hideaway has power in the street.  Personal generator would be required on the upper portions of Hideaway.

 Conditions, Covenants & Restrictions: There are Covenants and restrictions.  Click the link to the left to review them.   


These are the CC&R'S for Hideaway Valley.  Click on the link to view the CC&R'S

Covenants Conditions and Restrictions

This is a link to the Hideaway Valley Site - it was official, now isn't, but maybe again in the future.  As you will see there is a little conflict among the HOA.

Shopping and Commercial areas: The nearest shopping is in Fairview. Fairview is just north of Mt. Pleasant and approximately 5 miles from Hideaway Valley.  It has  several gas stations, a couple of small restaurants and an atv outlet.  It also has a nice museum with a full size Wooly mammoth skeleton, as well as, sculptures, painting and many other items.  Mt. Pleasant is 5 miles south of Fairview. There are a number of restaurants, a hotel, fairly large grocery store, hardware store, bank, pharmacy and various other stores.   Ephraim is approximately 10 miles from Mt. Pleasant and it has a Walmart.       


    Hideaway Valley 

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Lot 347 - $35,000

Both lots are accessible year around and have phone and power to the edge of the lots 

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Link to Yahoo Maps (this is a direct link so you can look around)
 Driving Directions: (printable copy)


Land Use Ordinance

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Link to www.SanpeteCounty.org (this is a direct link so you can check it out)






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