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Highland Custom Homes

Highland, Utah was founded in the 1870s by Scottish homesteaders, who named it after the Scottish Highlands. Located just west of Mount Timpanogos and southwest of Box Elder Peak, Highland residents only need to look out the window for gorgeous scenery, year-round. Highland is close enough to Orem and Provo to the south and Salt Lake City to the north that fine dining, world-class shopping, and an international airport are just a short car ride away.

 

Building a Home in Highland, Utah

Educational opportunities in Highland, Utah are exceptional. The city is located in the Alpine School District. Local schools providing classes for Kindergarten through grade 12. Beyond grade 12 there are several nationally recognized universities nearby, including the University of Utah (30 miles to the north), Brigham Young University (17 miles to the south), and Utah State University (112 miles to the north).

Highland, Utah really is a great place to live. With about 20,000 residents, Highland has a genuine small-town feel, but it’s located just minutes from a major city with everything you could possibly need. Highland has a simple, slow-paced, small-town feel — and you have an opportunity to build your luxury dream home right here!

Custom Home Builder in Highland, Utah

At Highland Custom Homes, your complete satisfaction is our #1 priority. We believe that the home we build for our clients must be exactly how they want it — no reservations or compromises. After all, this is the home where you’ll be building memories that last for generations. We feel that you’ll find Highland, Utah the ideal place to create those memories. Fill out the contact form and get started with the premier Utah custom home builders in Highland, Utah — Highland Custom Homes!

Highland Statistics

17,011 Population
1,900/sq mi Population Density
$81,086 Average Income
Nearby Cities
Alpine | Lehi
4,977 Elevation
1870 Establishment
3.9% Unemployment Rate in the Area

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