About Prospector Real Estate
Prospector is one of the more established areas in Park City and known for its vibrant energy, and is a local's favorite for convenience. Prospector contains more affordable real estate than the other areas within the Park City Utah limits and offers single-family homes for sale along with condo properties blended with great restaurants, retail stores, office space, hotel, and trail system. Located within walking distance to restaurants, shops, and the Park City school complex. Most of Prospector is on the free city transportation route for convenience to Main Street & Park City Mountain. The popular “Rail Trail” cuts through the Prospector neighborhood for the enjoyment of bikers, runners, and walkers. Prospector is easily accessed via Park City's "back-door" highway 240 to Kearns Blvd.
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Active Prospector Listings - Park City MLS
|All Listings||Under $200,000||$200,000 - $400,000|
|$400,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $800,000||$1,000,000 - $1,500,000|
|$1,500,000 - $2,000,000||$2,000,000 - $3,000,000|
Active Prospector Listings - Park City MLS
Prospector Real Estate in Park City Utah
Weekly rentals are allowed in condominium projects and a small part of single-family homes. Prospector is on the bus route and within walking distance to McPolin Elementary, Treasure Mountain Junior High, and Park City High School. Also located in Prospector is the Silver Mountain Sports Club which is a popular fitness center that offers great classes, fitness equipment, and an outdoor pool. Just past Prospector on Kearns Blvd are the Park City Medical Hospital, Ice Skating Ring, National Abilities Center, and a new movie film studio. In this same area is one of the newest real estate projects called Park City Heights developed by Ivory Homes. It is a mix of modern luxury homes for sale and townhomes. Give us a call or email us for more information on Park City Heights real estate.
Prospector Park City Condos and Homes for Sale
Prospector in Park City Utah offers an equal mix of condos and homes for sale. Individuals looking for convenience and competitively priced housing options should consider real estate in Prospector. The western end of Prospector embraces office space, retail stores, restaurants, and the Sheraton Park City Marriott Hotel. As you move further east, Prospector transitions to a residential neighborhood with Victorian-style homes where a tremendous amount of renovation and remodeling by homeowners is giving the area new vitality. Chatham Hills rests on the hillside above Prospector filled with larger homes and spacious townhomes, some with great views.
Coming Home to Park City's History ♦ Past & Present
In 1893, laborers in Park City formed the Western Federation of Miners Union #144. One of the concerns of the miners was to address the need for healthcare due to the dangers of mining and the town's remote location. The union began to raise funds for a local hospital and In 1904 the Park City Miners Hospital was built for the sum of $5,000. The one-acre real estate parcel was donated by Mrs. Eliza Nelson and located at what was then the north end of town, also known as Nelson Hill. It was deemed suitable because of its distance from fire danger and city noise, and its maximum degree of sunshine and fresh air would be ideal for patients. The site is now the northwest corner of the parking lot at the Park City Resort near Thaynes Canyon. What do we say in real estate; location is everything!
The Miners Hospital served Park City's medical needs for thirty years under the Union. In the 1930s it was sold and run as a private clinic until the 1950s, then vacated. In the 1960s the building was renovated to house a bar, restaurant, and Youth Hostel. In the late 1970s plans were made to demolish the hospital and develop the real estate land into condominium units, a hotel, and conference center. Responding to citizens' concern that the building should be preserved, the structure was moved from its original location in October 1979. It took two days to move the 400-ton building to its present location at City Park on Park Avenue. Renovation began in 1981 and by September of 1982, the project was complete. The building is listed in the state and national registers of historic places. The restoration has received recognition from the Utah Heritage Foundation and the National Trust of Historic Preservation.
"Prospector real estate is where convenience permits the best of the Park City Lifestyle"
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Listing information last updated on July 6th, 2022 at 12:28pm MDT.