Search the Ski-In-Ski-Out Condominiums of Park City and Deer Valley Resort
KEYPOINTS: This page is devoted to the ski-in-ski-out condominiums and Park City, Utah, townhomes. We'll focus on the real estate areas of Deer Valley Resort, Old Town Park City, and The Canyons Village in Park City, Utah - also known as slope-side ski condos.
Below you will find every ski condo for sale on the Park City MLS and additional information about real estate in the ski resort areas of Park City. Whether you are considering buying an older condo that could use some renovation or a newly built condominium, I have the appropriate systems and people to ensure the buying process goes as smoothly as possible. In addition, most of the condos in Park City offer some common areas to provide a little "elbow room" or add amenities.
Real Estate Information about Park City Ski Condos
Condominiums and townhomes with ski access to the slopes of Park City will be in three major areas; Deer Valley, Old Town, and The Canyons Village. You won't find this specific search anywhere else online because I have filtered the properties to ensure they have a ski easement- access, ski-out of the door, ski-out of project, ski into the project, ski-to-door, or ski slope - named trails.
Deer Valley Resort ski condos are located within Deer Crest, Empire Pass, Upper Deer Valley, or Lower Deer Valley. Ski condos in Deer Valley tend to be placed more on the ski runs than at the resort's base.
Please be aware that Deer Valley is one of the few skier-only resorts in the United States. Popular condos in Deer Valley are St. Regis, The Montage Deer Valley, the Empire Village area, Stein Eriksen Residences, and Goldener Hirsch.
Park City Mountain Resort and Old Town Park City ski condos tend to be the best area for real estate investment properties because of their location on Historic Main Street. In addition, many of the condominiums are stacked and have some form of commercial property nearby to offer additional restaurants and amenities.
Old Town ski Condos are located more at the base area of the ski resort rather than on the runs. As a result, Vail Resorts has significantly influenced the value and purchase price of the properties. The newest and last ski development in Old Town is King's Crown which Vail Resorts manages.
The Canyons Village ski condos tend to be located at the base of The Canyons and allow for skiing and snowboarding, similar to Old Town. The Canyons Village offers the most newly built condos out of all three of the ski areas of Park City.
You may contact us directly to discuss several new development opportunities. New developments come with richer amenities and a more comprehensive selection of condominiums.
Frequently Asked Questions About Park City & Deer Valley Ski Condos
How much does a ski condo cost in Park City?
There is a wide selection of condominiums in Park City. Ski condos typically start around the $500,000 price point for a small studio and over $9,000,000 for a luxury ski condominium or townhome.
Why should I buy a ski condo in Park City vs. other ski towns?
Park City real estate has a competitive advantage over other ski towns because it is 30 to 45 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport to your new property. So if you buy a Park City vacation property, you'll be skiing the same day you fly into Utah. The SLC Airport is also the most reliable in the nation.
Should I buy a condo or single-family home in Park City?
Condos in Park City tend to be priced lower and are more turnkey than a traditional homes. Of course, many great property managers could help you manage a single-family home, but it is something to consider.
Do you have any tips when buying a condo in Park City and Deer Valley?
Yes, the real estate market in Park City can be very complex when looking online, and challenging to get a full grasp of it from the internet. However, I believe I provide the best website when searching for Park City properties for sale because I have set up specialized searches, such as this search for ski-in-ski-out condos that are not filtered on national websites.
Suppose you have plans to visit Park City. I'd love to meet with you for a quick discussion about Park City real estate or preview a few properties so you can get a good feeling of current market conditions. Check out our page on buying a home or condo in Park City.
What are some tips for buying Park City Ski Condos?
If you visit our Park City Communities page, you can find more details about the areas and neighborhoods of Park City. In addition, I have created web pages for locations that provide the most New Construction options in Park City.
While many buyers in Park City have been gravitating towards newly built condos, some great options need a little remodeling. I have contractors and designers in place that help my clients do everything from a light bathroom remodel to a complete update of floorplans, kitchens, windows, etc.
Whatever you need, I have someone to help. So take your time when browsing Park City condos - I like to tell people that this process can take five days or years. But it will be pretty simple if you work with me.
When is the best time of year to buy a condo in Park City, Utah?
This question is often asked, so I wrote the blog post with data to help answer the age-old question: When is the best time of year to buy a condo in Park City, Utah?