The 2019 First Quarter Park City and Heber Valley Market Report is out and it provides a great overview of the Summit and Wasatch County real estate markets. Prices did rise slightly in almost every area, including Park City Limits (this includes the Deer Valley area), Synderville Basin, Heber Valley, and East Summit County. Please remember that these areas are highly segmented, even though just a few miles apart, Deer Valley and Thaynes Canyons area vary greatly in price and what is available. Please reach out to us for a detailed look at any areas you are looking at or currently reside.
In a recent article on Bloomberg.com, they list the best places to own a vacation home in the U.S. and Summit Park came in at #1 and Heber came in at #7! Summit Park -- the term for the micropolitan area, is actually part of Park City but Bloomberg only used micropolitan statistical areas which include one main urban center with a population of at least 10,000 but fewer than 50,000 people, at least one county and all designated hamlets, villages and townships. Bloomberg used equally measured metrics of: vacation home stock, share of the workforce employed in real estate and recreation-related industries, home valuations and household income.
Heber and Summit Park were the only 2 in the top 20 located in Utah. For information on either of these
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You can have it all...an expansive two and three bedroom whole ownership home in a prime ski-in/ski-out location in Park City’s Canyons Village. And have it all now... these fully furnished, mountain view residences are ready for you to move in. So you can immediately start enjoying all the comforts of home as well as the personal services of an AAA Four Diamond resort hotel. These include a ski-valet, restaurant, lounge, spa, pool, fitness center, outdoor decks and terraces plus restaurant delivery to your home and private catering. Homes range from 1,670 to 2,026 sq. ft., providing plenty of room for
This Deer Valley home is every entertainers dream! The main floor lives like a lodge with a huge gourmet kitchen with indoor grill, two sinks, wine storage, and huge pantry, there are two family rooms, two fireplaces, game room with full bar, two dining areas, sunroom, wrap around deck, and views of Deer Valley Resort! The perfect place for friends and families to gather. There is also 4 large bedrooms all en-suite, a heated driveway, and elevator to make life easy! The high vaulted ceilings, and beautiful wood work brings luxury and elegance to the home.
Watch the virtual tour below to really get an idea how amazing this Deer Valley home is. To find out more details including price go here: 3080 Thistle St. Park City
One of the biggest events of the year in Park City is the Kimball Arts Festival and it is happening this weekend! The fun begins Friday night at 5pm and goes until 9pm. Local Summit County residents get in free on Friday night, you must provide a valid ID. Saturday hours are 10am to 8pm and Sunday is 10am to 6pm. Adults are $15 for a 3 day pass and kids 6-17 are $5, and kids 5 and under are free. Here is a good tip: buy your tickets beforehand online and save $3!
The Arts Festival takes place on Historical Main Street all weekend and there is so much more than art! There will be 3 stages for music and over 30 musical acts performing all weekend. There is a beer garden, food trucks, and a kids art area. You can also eat and shop at any of the
Our Deer Valley real estate best buy this week is a newly listed home located in the Upper Deer Valley neighborhood of American Flag. This home is only a 4 minute drive to Main Street and a two minute bus ride or drive to Silver Lake or Snow Park for skiing Deer Valley's slopes. The free Park City bus stop is just steps outside the front door.
The floor plan on this home was well thought through with vaulted ceilings throughout, an open great room with views of Empire Canyon, large dining area, and gourmet kitchen any chef would love. The master suite is on the main floor, along with an office with beautiful built-ins, and the laundry room/mud room that has an abundance of space and storage so you will never feel cramped. Upstairs is a second
The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined will be held Dec. 30-31 at the Utah Olympic Park in a winner-take-all event where the victors will be named to Team USA. The Olympic Trials will feature Nordic Combined on Saturday, Dec. 30 followed by Ski Jumping for men and women on Sunday, Dec. 31. NBC will carry the event nationally including live coverage of Sunday’s Ski Jumping. The winner of each event will receive a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team.
General Admission is free, please click the link below for details on dates/times of specific events: U.S Olympic Team Trials at Olympic Park
We wish you and your family a very wonderful holiday season and a happy New Year!
12/24: Santa Claus Visits Deer Valley® , Deer Valley® Resort 12/24: 55th Annual Torchlight Parade, Park City Mountain 12/30: Deer Valley's Annual Torchlight Parade, Deer Valley® Resort 12/31: New Year's Eve Celebration, Park City Mountain
If you are looking for a last minute gift that everyone will love, there is a beautiful 2018 Park City calendar put out by local photographers Rick Pieros and Mark Maziarz, perfect for those on your list. It features landscapes, nature and celebrations all photographed in the greater Park City area.
You can pick one up at Dollies Bookstore, Right at Home, The Market at Park City, Deer Valley Signature stores and more places. See article below to learn more, it would make a great gift or stocking stuffer!
TENTATIVE TREASURE HILL DEAL REACHED Agreement, contingent upon voter-approved bond, would reduce development density by half
PARK CITY, UTAH — The owners of the Treasure Hill Project and Park City Municipal Corporation are pleased to announce an agreement for a possible alternative to the proposed development at Creole Gulch and Mid Station above the Town Lift. The agreement would provide for the City’s acquisition of 50 percent of the project’s density, consisting of the Sweeney family’s entire ownership in the property, by a voter-approved bond in November 2018, and a dramatic project redesign. City Council’s goal is to immediately initiate a public process to consider approval of a