Many primary residence buyers, eager to be in the midst of everything, are drawn to Old Town’s charm and vibrancy. It rates number one in terms of walkability, ski access, and proximity to shops, restaurants, night life and special events.
Aptly named, the Aerie neighborhood sits perched like an eagle’s nest above Old Town. It is located in the heart of Park City, between Prospector Square and Lower Deer Valley, and is accessed by Deer Valley Drive. This in-town location offers residents a very peaceful and private setting while still allowing the ultimate in convenient access to historic Main Street, ski resorts and public trails.
Prospector is one of Park City’s most convenient and affordable areas. A local’s favorite, the Prospector Neighborhood is bordered by Park City’s in-town schools, the Rail Trail, two parks, and the bustling Prospector Square commercial area. Prospector is a fun, thriving community with its own distinct, neighborly vibe and remarkable accessibility to everything there is to love about Park City.
The centrally located, master-planned subdivision of Park Meadows surrounds the beautiful Park Meadows Country Club and has become one of Park City’s favorite residential areas for full-time residents. Park Meadows real estate includes an eclectic mix of single family homes, condominiums, town homes, and small ranches.
The Thaynes Canyon neighborhoods are a favorite among locals. They span from the flat terrain below the Park City Ski Area, up into the steeper parcels of Iron Mountain, and along the hillsides stretching behind the famous white barn. Residents enjoy easy access to shopping, Main Street and the vast community trail system which converts to a well-groomed Nordic trail network in the winter.
Park West Village
Park West Village lies between Old Ranch Road and White Pine Canyon at the entrance to Canyons Village, part of the nation’s largest ski resort. The neighborhood has a very private feel despite it’s very convenient location. Many properties take in beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
Nestled between the world renowned Olympic Winter Sports Park and Park City Canyons Ski Resort, the popular Sun Peak neighborhood is within walking distance of schools, churches and world-class walking and biking trails. Sun Peak has a diverse range of housing options, from cozy cottage homes to high-end homes, and a range of townhomes.
Silver Springs is a preferred residential community for many full-time Park City residents, due in part to its convenient proximity to both Park City and Salt Lake City, and its world-class recreation access. It is a peaceful, welcoming community with private lakes, playgrounds and a well-maintained network of trails that connect to the areas beautiful multi-purpose parks.
Ranch Place is a family-oriented community with two neighborhood parks, 115 acres of open space and miles of well-maintained trails. It borders the Swaner Nature Preserve and is closest to Kimball Junction and Interstate 80. This highly sought after neighborhood offers the beauty of the wetlands, views of the surrounding mountains and convenience to Redstone.
Willow Creek Estates is an extremely desirable neighborhood located near the picturesque pastureland North of Old Ranch Road and some of the best amenities around. It is a newer subdivision that attracts people seeking large, luxury homes, privacy, and convenience.
Located in the pine trees just west of Kimball Junction, Pinebrook is one of the larger and more varied neighborhoods in Park City. Pinebrook residents enjoy world-class recreation at their doorsteps, plus the convenience and amenities of the city within easy reach.
Jeremy Ranch is a popular, family-oriented, mountain community that offers a lifestyle of luxury and comfort at its highest level. Located on the north side of I-80, just west of Kimball Junction, it is situated around a private, 18-hole, golf course designed by Arnold Palmer himself.
Snyder’s Mill is a perfect family neighborhood. It is bordered on the north by Parley’s Park Elementary School, with the New Montessori School, and Copper Moose Farms to the south, and Willow Creek Estates Park adjacent on the east.
Park City Extended includes neighborhoods in Lower Deer Valley, Kimball Junction, the beautiful Heber Valley, the rapidly expanding Jordanelle area, and the more rural towns in South and North Summit County.
Summit Park is a favorite among commuters seeking mountain living and access to world class recreation. It is tucked along the ridge lines at the top of Parley’s Summit (7,000 feet), providing the option of easy access to both Park City and the Salt Lake Valley.
This is an ideal neighborhood for you if you prefer feeling far removed from town, but desire a short commute to the things you need and the activities you enjoy doing. It’s only a 5 to 10 minute drive to Kimball Junction, and a 15 minute drive to the heart of Park City.
Trailside gets its name from its wonderful proximity to some of Park City’s best hiking, biking and Nordic skiing trails. Just to the south lies Round Valley and nearly 700 acres of preserved open space covered in sage, scrub oak, mountain mahogany and a variety of wildflowers.