Year End Park City Real Estate Market Pulse
New construction homes are few and far between. Take a sneak peek of 908 Woodside. This soon to be listed ski home is only 120 yards to the Town Lift run that takes you to the largest ski resort in the USA, plus an easy walk to Park City's Historic Main Street. It has everything you could ever want!
View from the Rooftop Deck
This Old Town New Construction home will feature:
5 bedrooms, 4 baths
Modern clean lines with a warm feel
FABULOUS ROOFTOP DECK!
Stainless Steel Viking Appliances
Fully Furnished with design by CCG Howells Interior Design
1 Car Garage
French Oak floors, Reconstituted Walnut cabinets ( very cool)
Granite and Quartz counters throughout
Front of home showcasing the heated driveway.
Stainless steel tile accent in Bunk Room Bath.
This morning I saw a story KUTV posted about the concern of Real Estate prices rising because of "Vailienation" - meaning Vail's coming to town has caused Real Estate prices to rise and has priced out many of our locals. The story brought out quite a few negative comments about the growth.
Yes, Vail coming to our ski town has changed things. Park City Utah is different from when I moved here 9 years ago, but it was also different in 2006 than it was when I first skied here in 1978 too. Growth happens. Anytime you have a super desirable place to live, people find out about it and it changes.
Talk to your parents and grandparents about how things were at the beaches in California 20 or 30 years ago. My husband's parents tell stories of how they could have purchased land at Jamboree and Pacific Coast Highway - prime land in Newport Beach- for $49,000 in the 70's when it was an orange grove. Things change. I grew up in Las Vegas back in the day where the Mob ruled, traffic was light and the town was relatively small. Not the same place it was when I lived there either. Things change.
Has it really changed our real estate values? Sure. Areas that are close to the resort like Old Town in Park City proper or The Colony at Canyons - now known as Canyons Village at Park City, Park Meadows and a few more have really jumped in the last year or so and you will find homes in those areas valued at $100,000,000 to upwards of $500,000,000. But, did you know that homes under $500,000 are still available? Condos are available under $300,000? You may not be able to walk to the lift, your drive to the resorts may be 6-10 minutes.
Published on Jul 29, 2015
A new 8 passenger gondola connection, along with the new King Con Express six-pack and Motherlode Express Quad make up just some of the improvements totaling over $50 million for the 2015-16 season. With over 7,300 acres, 300+ trails, 38 lifts, seven terrain parks, six natural half pipes, one super pipe and one mini pipe, plus many diverse ski-in/ski-out and village adjacent lodging properties, Park City is an easily accessible, world-class mountain destination located in an authentic and historic western town.
There is only one largest resort in the United States
There is only one mountain uniting 17 peaks of unmatched possibility.
There is only one legendary ski town.
There is only one place you are meant to be.
There is only one. Park City.