What if you could live in an inviting home nestled in the mountains, with a vibrant blue sky above and still have easy access to amazing amenities all with a genuine sense of community? In Old Town Park City, all of that is a reality.
The Old Town area is ideal for those wanting easy access to the slopes and more than 400 miles of hiking and biking trails, with the ability to walk to some of the finest shops and restaurants in Utah. Old Town’s hip, urban atmosphere will captivate you. It’s ground zero for the Sundance Film Festival, the Kimball Arts Festival, and almost weekly celebrations.
Homes in this area range from cozy condos to ski-in/ski-out mansions. The neighborhoods clustered around Old Town are:
- Thaynes Canyon & Aspen Springs — This is one of Park City’s most desirable single-family neighborhoods. Located on the same side of Highway 224 as the White Barn/McPolin Barn, this is an ideal location for year-round residents with numerous trees, convenient golfing, and hiking trails that are only steps from your door.
- The Aerie — This single-family neighborhood provides you with both commanding views and convenient locations for Old Town, Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort.
- Prospector — One of Park City’s more affordable neighborhoods, Prospector includes single-family, multi-family, and condominium properties, all within walking distance to schools, the Rail Trail, and the free bus route. Quarry Mountain is located at the east end, and there are a host of shops, restaurants, and landmarks such as the Park City Ice Rink and the Park City Medical Center.
- Park Meadows — This subdivision was the first to be created outside of Old Town in the 1970’s, and it’s evolved into a true family neighborhood. With properties in virtually every price range, this desirable location features hiking, snowshoeing, and the Municipal Athletic Recreation Center (M.A.R.C.).
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