I’ve been a City resident since 1987. I first lived in Park Meadows, and in 2002 moved my family to Prospector. Layla and I prefer living in town, with quick access to our office, Main Street, year-round recreation, music and other entertainment events. As Park City has matured areas outside the City have become much more convenient to recreation and entertainment, so living in-town is a great choice, but not the only choice.
The Prospector area is a very walk-able location. It enjoys great bus service and is close to restaurants, schools, health and wellness services, performing arts and Sundance venues. The neighborhood’s stand-out feature is the Historic Rail Trail, with great access to mountain biking and hiking trails.
Just south, or uphill from the rail trail is where you will find Chatham Crossing and Canyon Crossing, a couple of Park City’s choice “right sizing” options!
Prospector Area Townhomes
CHATHAM CROSSING SPECS
|Type||Townhome||# Bedrooms||2 – 3|
|# Units in Property||26||Main Level Master||No|
|Year Built||1982||Parking||2 Car Garage|
|SqFt Size||1325 – 2300 SqFt||Amenities||Downhill units are located on the rail trail|
Notes: Of the 26 units, 10 are uphill 2-bed about 1325 sq ft, 6 are uphill 3-bed about 1900 sq ft, and 10 are larger 3-bed downhill units about 2300 sq ft .
CANYON CROSSING SPECS
|Type||Townhome||# Bedrooms||3 – 5|
|# Units in Property||61||Main Level Master||No|
|Year Built||1999||Parking||Mostly 2 car garages, downhill middle units are 1 car garage|
|SqFt Size||2085 – 3088 SqFt||Amenities||Located on or close to the rail trail|
Notes: Of the 61 units, 10 are larger uphill units at just over 3000 sq ft, 32 are downhill units at about 2500 sq ft and 19 are smaller uphill units a littler over 2000 sq ft.