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Neighborhood Perks – Old Town

Hi guys, thank you for visiting and reading “Neighborhood Perks” where my goal is to dive into the main “Perks” a neighborhood, or a specific subdivision of a neighborhood, has to offer. I want to familiarize you with it and answer that question “what does that neighborhood have to offer ME?”So here we go!

Do you enjoy feeling the energy of a city right out your front door? Do you desire the conveniences of walking to drinks and dinner or enjoying your morning cup of coffee at the local coffee shop? Do you appreciate what Deer Valley and Park City resorts have to offer and want to have easy access to both? Do you like top notch finishes but love it when a home has a historic vibe? If these things sound like you keep reading as Old Town may just be the perfect fit for you!

Old Town is the heart beat of Park City. It is iconic. It is a reminder that well before Park City became known as a top ski destination we were a miner town and residents thrived on the location of their home being in short proximity to all the main amenities in town.

Some of the historic homes and buildings that stand in Old Town today date back to the 1800’s. The mix of historic homes lovingly cared for and the new homes, thoughtfully constructed weave the new with the old and help preserve the historic feel of this remarkable neighborhood that takes us back to our roots. In this neighborhood you find “fixer uppers”, historic homes artfully restored, and brand new construction for sale.

The neighborhood has a mountain vibe and the homes are a mix of reds, yellows, greens, blues, browns and more, laid out in a way that says “hey neighbor let’s be friends”. The stairs that provide three of the main streets of Old Town; Park Ave, Woodside and Norfolk, access to Main Street, are just inviting residents to take an evening stroll to Main Street for dinner or drinks.

If ski access is key, here’s the scoop! Old Town is centrally located and thus provides convenient access to both Park City and Deer Valley. If ski in ski out is what you are looking for there are a few homes that fit this bill! That said, you must be quick to act and prepared to pay a premium when you find the one you love because ski in ski out homes don’t last long and they bring in top dollar.

If you can’t picture it yet, scroll through the photos below of a few Old Town homes available for sale as of today 12/23/2018. For more information on any of these homes please click here to message me.

Thanks for reading… There is more to come on this subject. In Park City proper we have Old Town, Thaynes Canyon, Lower Deer Valley Resort, Deer Crest, Upper Deer Valley Resort, Empire Pass, Aerie, Prospector and Park Meadows! Each is pretty awesome in it’s own unique way. See you soon!

The home directly below, was originally built in 1890 and renovated in 2016. This home carries on the historical element of Old Town while meeting the needs of Park City residents today. It is currently listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.

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The home below is approximately 1800 square feet, has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and is currently listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.

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The home below is 4 bedrooms and 5 baths, just under 3,000 square feet and brand few construction.  It is listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.

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The home below, built in 2002, is 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and just over 2000 square feet. It is currently listed by Summit Sotheby’s.

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The home below, built in 1995, is 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and just over 2500 square feet. It is currently listed by Summit Sotheby’s.

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