- Single Family
- 5 Beds
- 6 Baths
- 3,700 SqFt
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Park City Real Estate
Park City combines the best of both worlds with its central location to California, New York, and Texas. The small-town charm combined with seemingly endless hiking trails and ski runs, Park City wildlife paradise with Deer, Elk, and Moose that are frequent visitors in town. With its mountain style architecture and a wide variety of real estate options from $100,000 to $20,000,000. With the convenience of living in Park City, it is no wonder why it’s top of the list for those who are interested in owning a real estate in the mountains of Utah.
Aside from the ski resorts, outdoor activities, and cultural experiences, Park City has a variety of different types of homes to select from. Whether you are retired and finally taking that step for a more relaxed lifestyle, looking to relocate your business headquarters, or just decided to work to live rather than live to work – Park City is a fantastic place to call home. There is something for everyone in or near Park City, Utah.
When searching for real estate in Park City you will find that home values tend to increase as you get closer to the heart of our small village which Deer Valley and Park City ski resorts. Each neighborhood offers its distinct charm and characteristics. Park City real estate offers a diverse selection of single-family homes for sale, with a wide range in size, price, architecture, and views. From large mountain contemporary homes in Promontory to modest "Old-Town"-style homes, there is sure to be something perfect to suit the needs of every homebuyer.
If buying a condo in Park City is more in line with your goal you will not be disappointed by the options available. Thanks to its ideal location near the Deer Valley Resort Area, Park City Mountain Resort in Old Town, and The Canyons Village, there are plenty of ski properties in Park City to choose from. Park City also offers non-ski condos for those looking to live Life on Vacation but not necessarily wanting to have nightly rental options.
LIVING LIFE ON VACATION IN PARK CITY, UT
If you’re simply looking to live life to the fullest in a slower pace of life but close to all the amenities, a big city (Salt Lake City) has to offer – Park City can’t be beaten. Park City offers town parks, museums, fine dining, boating recreation, art galleries, The Sundance Film Festival and much more, there’s always something to do in America’s Favorite Small Town.
If you are interested in living the luxury lifestyle, we have several exclusive golf and country club communities in the Park City area. Many of the golf communities offer a boat to rent so you can enjoy Jordanelle boating, fishing, and other water activities. Victory Ranch offers their own private fly fishing experience. In the Park City area, you are sure to find the perfect property near any outdoor activity you choose.
DERRIK CARLSON WILL HELP YOU FIND YOUR PERFECT HOME
With 15 years of real estate experience, Derrik Carlson has built a reputation of professionalism and trust within the community. Whether you are looking for an entry point property or a multi-million dollar estate Derrik will treat you with respect and honesty! Derrik is dedicated to helping you find the perfect Park City property to suit your lifestyle and budget.
When you trust Derrik Carlson to guide you through the buying or selling process, you can be sure you have a trusted real estate advisor on your side that is dedicated to helping you meet your goals.
As members of the Park City MLS, Derrik Carlson provides you with unfiltered access to every home and condo for sale in Park City from every local broker. Whether you are interested in vacation property or relocating to have a better way of life, Derrik will ensure that your real estate transaction goes as smooth as possible.
11 REASONS TO MOVE TO PARK CITY, UTAH
1. THE GREATEST LIFESTYLE ON EARTH!
Park City and Utah offer the greatest snow on Earth but Park City also boasts with the greatest lifestyle on Earth. With hiking, biking, or skiing tails (cross-country or downhill) being right out your door there is always something fun to do outdoors. There are other small towns with an outdoor lifestyle but no one offers close proximity to a major city as we do to Salt Lake City. No place beats Park City for the convenience – whether you are looking at moving here full time, purchasing a second home, or strictly looking for a vacation property with a little rental income on the side you can take a direct flight from California, New York, Texas, Florida, Hawaii and many other states to be from the Salt Lake International Airport to your front door in 25 to 45 minutes.
2. PARK CITY AREA SCHOOLS
Park City offers the best public schools in the State of Utah and ranks in the top 2% nationally. The University of Utah and Westminster College are highly rated higher education options less than 30 miles away to keep the kids in the mountain but far enough away from home so they can spread their wings – until it’s laundry day. BYU is approximately an hour from Park City.
In Park City, you can dash down to Main Street for fine dining at Riverhorse on Main, head up to Deer Valley at St. Regis Bar, or go out The Vessel Kitchen in Kimball Junction. If you are already a Park City foodie it’s worth the drive to Blue Boar Inn in Midway or go a step further to the Kamas Valley to have the biscuits and gravy at Woodland Biscuit in Francis.
4. THE SMALL-TOWN FEEL OF PARK CITY
In many ways living in the Park City area is like rewinding time. The slower pace of life, polite people, fresh air, and little traffic may just bring back those memories of old. While the local population has definitely grown there’s enough elbow room out west to make it feel more like the small town you grew up in – if you grew up in a big city it’s just a change of pace that you’ll soon come to love. If the ski resorts and Sundance Film Festival bring too many visitors for you and you’re looking for a place a little quieter search real estate for sale in Midway, Heber, or the Kamas Valley.
5. RED ROCKS AND YELLOWSTONE ARE RIGHT NEXT DOOR
If you ever get tired of the 400 miles of hiking trails Park City has to offer you have other options that are nearby. The Red Rocks of Moab Utah are about a five-hour drive to offer some of the most beautiful and unique Red Rock landscape on Earth. The beauty and isolation of Jackson Hole and the bears and bison of Yellowstone are just under six hours away. Both areas offer direct flights from SLC.
6. SKI RESORTS
We usually think of sliding over the powder of the Ski Resorts or groomed trails of Deer Valley in the winter, but ski resorts also offer great summertime activities such as hiking, mountain biking, concerts, zip lines, rope courses, and relaxation in the summer. While Park City offers Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, and The Canyons Village we are a quick drive to Alta, Beaver Ski Resort, Brighton, Powder Mountain, Snow Basin, Snow Bird, Solitude, and Sundance
7. GOLFING IN THE MOUNTAINS OF UTAH
With the golf courses at Glenwild, Victory Ranch, Red Ledges, Tuhaye, and Promontory (Pete Dye Canyon & Painted Valley) the Park City area has the best golfing in the State of Utah. In The Canyons Village, you can have a ski condo in the winter that transforms into a walk-in walk-out golf property in the summer. There are also golfing options in the Park Meadows, Thaynes Canyon, and Midway communities.
8. SKI-IN SKI-OUT ON YOUR LUNCH BREAK
With technology changing the way we can operate within our professions and more people can “work from home” you can own a ski-in-ski-out property in Deer Valley, Park City, or more specifically The Colony and work from home. On your lunch break, you can take a quick lunch break to take a few runs and return to your office in order to conduct business.
9. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION – EVERYTHING IS ACCESSIBLE
Whatever you need or wherever you need to go you’re only 45 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport. Recently a Park City buyer, that currently lives in the Bahamas and owns in a place outside of Vancouver BC, was asking me about relocating to Park City. The question he asked, which I don’t often get asked, was what ultra-luxury shopping we had to offer. While we don’t have a Bentley dealership, we are a quick flight to Las Vegas or Los Angeles – their trip to the airport and touching down in Los Angeles would be the same time it takes him to drive to Vancouver. The location enables many of my clients to decide to come to Park City on short notice and book an inexpensive flight to their property. Because of the location and convenience of Park City, I believe that my clients use their vacation home 60% more than they would if it were in a more remote location.
10: LOWER TAXES
Many of my clients are looking to move to a business-friendly environment with lower taxes. Where they currently live isn’t what it was twenty years ago. Utah has done a great job to attract companies from coastal states because of the lower taxes and the lower cost of living. Utah ranks 25th nationally for state income taxes with a maximum rate of 5%. Property taxes tend to be lower as well - on a home used as a primary residence and assessed for $1,192,715 the annual tax bill is $5,400.
11. UTAH OLYMPICS
In 2002, Salt Lake City and the surrounding towns hosted the Olympics. We still have all the training facilities that offer training for the next winter Olympic athletes and recently Salt Lake City selected as possible 2030 U.S. bid pick. What does another Olympics mean for Park City?
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Listing information last updated on March 18th, 2019 at 9:58pm MDT.