Why choose Edelweiss?
Edelweiss is a secluded community located on the southwest side of Lone Peak and is nestled high into the ridgeline. Being well above the inversion, this community has unobstructed views of Salt Lake Valley and the surrounding mountainside. With a variety of lot sizes, up half an acre, and abundant open space encircling the community, you will be able to easily enjoy the simple pleasures that come along with owning your own home in a remote location.
New homes in Edelweiss will be the very definition of curb appeal. All homes will include options for Utah traditional, contemporary, craftsman, and farmhouse exterior elevations. Each will beautifully complement the natural surroundings of the area. Within the community, great care has been taken to ensure lot and road placement preserves as much of the natural vegetation and ridgeline as possible, so you can enjoy all that Draper has to offer.
Candlelight’s Edelweiss location provides the perfect balance between nature’s amenities and easy commuting. Whether residents work in Utah County or the Salt Lake area, Edelweiss provides quick access to highway I-15—just eight minutes away.
Perfectly situated on the hillside of southwest Draper at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains, Edelweiss provides easy access to a wide variety of outdoor adventures just minutes from your front door. Conveniently enjoy both summer and winter activities, like mountain biking, running, hiking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. In the near future, trails within the community will connect directly to existing trailheads for easy passage. Some of the best ski resorts in the country are within a 20-minute drive, and premier shopping is right around the corner.
Draper city owns and maintains more than 3,200 acres of open space in the Suncrest and Corner Canyon areas. Because of the city’s proximity to the mountains, it is common to see deer in residential neighborhoods, and there are opportunities to see other local wildlife such as moose, bear, and cougar on the trails. There are over 90 miles of cycling, hiking, and equestrian trails in the area, and Traverse Mountain is a mecca for hang gliders and paragliders. If you need a little practice before you bike the open trails, you can visit the newly opened Mountain Bike Pocket Park, which features a pump track, skills area, and three flow trails.
In recent years, there has been an explosion of growth in businesses throughout Draper providing a large variety of shopping and dining options. There is plenty of action all throughout the year with sporting activity programs, the arts and crafts festival, classes for the whole family, opportunities to audition for a variety of performances, and activities revolving around the popular Draper Days event.
Temporary Model Home
Edelweiss | Candlelight Homes
15154 S. Freedom Point Way, Bluffdale, UT 84065
• From I-15, take exit 288 (Bluffdale 14600 South)
• Go west on 14600 S
• Turn Left onto Porter Rockwell Blvd.
• Turn Right onto Freedom Point Way
• Model Home will be on your left.