February 2016

Found 4 blog entries for February 2016.

Views, on the stream, gated community, Park City, under $600,000!!

Easy decision this week. This Trout Creek home is conveniently located within a few minutes of Park City's Kimball Junction area.   The home's patio backs up to open space and flowing year round stream.  Sunny, southfacing, ski area views are a bonus- this is one of the best patios in Park City.    The home has three bedrooms, three baths, and features and open floor plan.  Priced at $595,000- it's not going to stay on the market.  

Trout Creek is a small, gated project of detached homes.  The discreet community is located adjacent to open space, hiking and biking trails, and minutes to shopping, dining, events and other fun at Newpark and Kimball Junction.  Trout Creek features

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Home Safety Must Haves- Carbon Monoxide Detectors

As a Realtor in Park City, I always strongly suggest a property inspection when representing clients who are purchasing a home or condominium.  Inspections conducted by licensed professionals are an important part of real estate purchasers’ due diligence process.   In addition to structural, cosmetic, plumbing or electrical issues issues, all buyers are concerned with potential health risks that may exist in the property.

Doug Farmer, a professional property inspector with Pillar to Post Home Inspections suggests that all homes have, at the very least, one carbon monoxide (CO) detector in them.  “The detector should be placed where you can hear it if it goes off while you are asleep.  A CO detector

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Wednesday February 3rd, 2016

Spectacular, Custom Home in American Flag- Deer Valley- With a Private Ski Lift!

Listing Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services

The American Flag neighborhood of Deer Valley is located between the base area and mid-mountain.  

The age of homes, the ski access and views vary greatly in American Flag.   Every property in American Flag is a single family home- no condominiums, and the streets occupy a quiet, tree covered location on Deer Valley's lower mountain.  

This particular home, has just been completed on one of the best lots in American Flag- with a position overlooking lower Deer Valley, and features big mountain views to the east.  

Ski access in American Flag is far from a given, most

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“How many people live in Park City, year round?”  I’m asked this pretty frequently, especially by people who are looking at real estate in the area, and are considering a move to Park City.  The answer isn’t completely straightforward. 

The city of Park City has approximately 7500 year round residents.  However, the area that's inside the Park City city limits houses only about ¼ of the year round residents that call “Park City” home. 

Why?  The Park City limits include the in neighborhoods in town- Park Meadows, Old Town, Deer Valley, Thaynes Canyon, so on.  The city limits end at the white (McPolin) barn, and don’t extend past Quinn’s Junction- so, anything past the white barn is unincorporated Summit County.  If you’re living at the Canyons, in

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