Park City Townhomes & Condos for Sale
Park City Utah is truly a unique place that unites small-town traditions with big-city amenities. Park City combines the best of both worlds with its central location to California, New York, Texas and many other parts of the nation. You can live your life on vacation in Park City with world-class skiing, exceptional golf courses, award-winning restaurants, and a slower pace of life. With Park City's lifestyle, ease of access, and beauty, it's no wonder why it is top of the list for the best mountain towns in America.
Luxury Real Estate in Park City Utah & Deer Valley
Wherever your "Lifestyle", we've got you covered. Browse Park City real estate by the community that best meets your needs such as luxury living in Deer Valley, a single-family home in Old Town Park City, a ski condo at Canyons Village, or any of the surrounding residential areas. For us, luxury represents high-quality service, knowledge, and an experience that every client receives, regardless of the Property's area, size, or price point
Our goal is to be your Realtor of choice, whether you're looking at relocating to Park City or getting ready to sell your Park City home. We understand that selling or buying can be a stressful and challenging process. We are here to help you succeed to a successful, smooth close. When our clients come out of the transaction happy, we're just as satisfied as they are. We're eager to earn your business!
For any questions, to schedule a private showing, or to help ensure your Park City luxury home is SOLD for the best terms, please contact The Wallace Team with Summit Sotheby's International Realty.
The Town of Park City Utah
The historic mining town of Park City Utah is unlike any other ski town in the world. Home to two world-class ski resorts; Park City Mountain Resort, the largest ski resort in America, and Deer Valley Resort® - the exclusive top-rated skier-only resort. Where else in the country can you leave the airport and within an hour be on the slopes? Park City is active all year with skiing, pleasurable fishing, boating, over 400 miles of hiking and biking trails, fun shopping, and unmatched art and cultural events. Many people come to visit in the winter and end up staying for the summers. It's luxury living in a small-town setting.
PARK CITY ELEVATION - The average elevation within Park City ranges from 6,500 to 10,000 feet above sea level (7,000' at Main Street).
PARK CITY SIZE - 17.6 Square Miles
PARK CITY WEATHER - In Winter, Park City averages snowfall of 360 inches and temperatures are typically between 24 degrees Fahrenheit to 33 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers are dry and mild with an average summer high of 80 ℉.
Coming Home to Park City's History ♦ Past & Present
Silver Mining to Ghost Town
Long before Park City, Utah became a world-class mountain resort, host for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, and a great place to buy real estate, it was famous as a silver mining town. In late October 1868, soldiers stationed in Utah to protect the U.S. mail and keep an eye on the Mormons climbed over the mountains from Big Cottonwood Canyon to the Park City area and found silver. They marked the outcropping with a bandanna on a stick and returned in the spring. The Flagstaff Mine was founded and began producing silver, lead, zinc, and gold. In 1870, the records show the population of Parley’s Park was 164 but this soon changes with the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad at Promontory, Utah and many hopeful miners migrate to Utah. In 1872, George and Rhoda Snyder name the area Parley’s Park City, soon shortened to Park City. That same year a rich vein of silver is found, leading to the opening of the Ontario Mine and starts a boomtown atmosphere in Park City. George Hearst and partners purchase the Ontario Mine for $27,000; it produced over $50 million in its lifetime.
In 1875 a free public school is established and the first issue of The Park Record comes to press. It is the oldest continuously published newspaper in Utah. Other discoveries of silver occur and more mines are established such as the Crescent, the Anchor, Silver King Mine, and the Mayflower. During its mining years, the mountains surrounding Park City produced $400 million in silver and created 23 millionaires. Park City population approached 8,000 during the late 1890s and Park City's real estate was in high demand. 1898 also brought tragedy to Park City when 200 of the 350 homes and businesses burn in one of the worst fires of Utah history.
By 1930, the idea of skiing had begun to catch on with the installment of a ski jump built on the Creole mine dump. Downhill skiers were few and skiing was mostly a spectator sport. But winter recreation continued to peak and in 1946 the first lift is installed at Snow Park (now Deer Valley Resort®). At the same time mining prices drop and by 1949 most mines had shut down and the population of Park City was less than 1,200. In 1951 Park City was included in a book called "Ghost Towns of the West" indicating nearly no population. I imagine most of the homes in Park City were for sale or boarded up. The city barely existed until 1963 when Park City qualified for a federal loan from the Federal Area Redevelopment Agency. The new ski resort Treasure Mountain Resort opened with a gondola, a chairlift, 2 J-bars and a ski lift pass was $2.50. In 1966 Sports Illustrated included Treasure Mountain Resort’s Payday run among the finest ski runs in the country.
In 1995 Salt Lake City was awarded the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. More than 40% of the events were held in Park City and Deer Valley and the event brought international attention to Park City. Now we are home to the largest ski resort in North America as well as the top-rated skier-only mountain, Deer Valley Resort®.
Present Park City
Today, Park City real estate is a unique blend of the old and new. Park City's Main Street reflects the old mining charm where many homes are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There may not be silver in the hills of Park City now, nonetheless, you can find your gold nugget in the beautiful real estate of Park City and Deer Valley as it contains some of the most impressive luxury real estate in the country. Whether you are looking for the perfect luxury ski home, townhome, condo, or you are relocating to the greater Park City area, it’s important that you have an advocate working FOR YOU.
It’s a great time to buy and sell real estate in Park City Utah.
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