October 2018

Found 15 blog entries for October 2018.

Talisker has released “Moonshadow” consisting of 8 building lots at Empire Pass that range in size from .48 to .98 acres. There is open-space below all of these lots which will make these lots appear larger, all these lots are downhill builds.

There are many Aspen trees on these lots, and nice views will open up once the building pads are developed and construction starts on the homes. These are not ski-in lots, but the Talisker shuttle will pick up home owners for the short 3 minute ride to the Talisker Tower Club where owners will have ski lockers.

 Prices range from $2,000,000 to $2,480,000, and the Developer is including a $100,000 Talisker Membership in the purchase price, and a 15% discount off the lot price for a limited time.

 If you are

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Our Deer Valley Specialist Real Estate Tip this week is all about what investments give you the biggest return in your home.  This is an important thing to consider because when it comes time to sell your home your Deer Valley or Park City home you want to be sure you put your hard earned money into the right places.  The first place to invest is any major defect or issues with the home, such as broken air conditioning, leaking roof, or broken siding.  Catch these issues before they get to big and you can save in the long run.  Buyers appreciate a well taken care of home.  

The other two major areas that almost always have a good return are the bathrooms and kitchen.  We aren't talking a major tear down and expensive remodel, it could be as easy as

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Our Deer Valley Specialist Real Estate Tip this week is all about what investments give you the biggest return in your home.  This is an important thing to consider because when it comes time to sell your home your Deer Valley or Park City home you want to be sure you put your hard earned money into the right places.  The first place to invest is any major defect or issues with the home, such as broken air conditioning, leaking roof, or broken siding.  Catch these issues before they get to big and you can save in the long run.  Buyers appreciate a well taken care of home.  

The other two major areas that almost always have a good return are the bathrooms and kitchen.  We aren't talking a major tear down and expensive remodel, it could be as easy as

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Ski Utah has released a list of projected opening dates for resorts in Utah.  See below for a reproduction of the full list as provided by Ski Utah. Updates will be posted on their website as the season draws nearer.  

Alta Ski Area: November 23

Beaver Mountain: TBD

Brian Head: November 16

Deer Valley Resort: December 8

Eagle Point: December 21

Nordic Valley: TBD

Park City Mountain Resort: November 21

Powder Mountain: TBD

Snowbasin Resort: November 21

Snowbird: November 30

Solitude Mountain Resort: December 1

Sundance Mountain Resort: December 7

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Park City's Flying Dog trail was named one of the top 10 Mountain Biking  in North America by Onthesnow.com! Ski resort towns are normally known for their great mountain biking trails and Park City certainly delivers in this category.  With over 400 miles of trails and so many option for mountain biking it isn't a surprise that a trail in Park City made the list.  The Flying Dog trail is located in the Glenwild area of Park City which has a plethora of trails to enjoy year round.  It is a scenic and moderate trail but there are several options to make your ride more difficult or easier.  There are options of 10, 16 or 23 mile options or something for everyone. 

Even in the winter the fantastic non-profit Mountain Trails Foundation keeps all the trails

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Future Mayflower Resort

MAYFLOWER MOUNTAIN RESORT UPDATE

Wasatch County recently approved plans for a major development envisioned to become an eastern portal of Deer Valley Resort. The 940 acres are located on the Deer Valley side of U.S. 40 south of the Mayflower exit, stretching from close to the Jordanelle Reservoir to the slopes.

A YEAR ROUND RESORT VILLAGE

Mayflower Mountain Resort will consist of 1,498 residential units, allowing a mixture of houses, hotel rooms, and condominiums. Viewed as a second Deer Valley base area with shops, restaurants, and more, Mayflower Mountain Resort will be designed to be pedestrian friendly with many easy transit options.

The Resort Village planned in Mayflower Mountain Resort will have a five-star hotel and a four-star

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Whether you’re looking for family friendly activities for the kiddos or a ghoulish night out on the town, Historic Main Street is where you want to be for Halloween. Halloween on Historic Park City’s Main Street was named one of the top Halloween celebrations in the country by Travel and Leisure magazine and we couldn't agree more!

Historic Main Street Merchants open up their doors to trick-or-treaters on Halloween for a safe and fun way to see all the amazing costumes! The street is packed (and closed to cars for the afternoon) with kids and parents getting tons of candy at the local businesses from 3-5.  

And of course it wouldn’t be Park City if the dogs weren’t included in the festivities. Following trick-or-treating is the Howl-O-Ween Dog

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Forbes’ inaugural list of “Most Luxurious Hotels in the World” has included Stein Eriksen Lodge on the very select list of 58 hotels worldwide.  Stein Eriksen Lodge which is located in the Silver Lake area of Deer Valley is one of only 25 in the United States to make the list and the only one in all of Utah! 

Evaluated by Forbes’ incognito inspectors on up to 900 standards used to determine the guide’s annual Star Ratings, the Most Luxurious winners include the highest-performing 6% of all Star Rated hotels globally, a press release stated.  Stein Eriksen Lodge has long been a five-star rated property by Forbes and they are known for their impeccable service, great location mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort with amazing views of the ski runs, and top

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The third quarter market report for the Wasatch Back is out and it includes the areas of: Park City Proper, Synderville Basin, Jordanelle, Heber Valley, and East Summit County.  It is important to be in the know of what is happening with the real estate market so you can make informed decisions when buying of selling a home in Park City or the surrounding areas.   When looking at the report remember that the Park City area is very segmented with many different areas with different price points,and activity all within the city limits.  Please reach out to us to get more details on a particular area such as Deer Valley, Park Meadows, or Old Town.  

The real estate market here is still going strong especially in the Heber Valley where there was a robust

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The Park City Institute's 2018-19 Season continues at the Eccles Center with the Institute’s mission to entertain, educate and illuminate with a lineup of world-renowned dance companies, musicians, authors, thinkers, adventurers and leaders.  The shows begin in November and go through April.  Tickets are now available to the general public to buy and there are some great shows to see this season!

Here is just a sampling of the line-up:  Bob Woodward, Parson Dance, Jodi Kantor, National Geographic Live (with 3 different shows), and New Year's Eve Celebration with Sutton Foster.  All shows are the The Eccles Center on Kearns Blvd in Park City.  This year they are offering $5 tickets to all Summit County Students grades K-12, so the whole family can have

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