Neighborhoods in Park City
One of the most affordable places to call home in park city is Summit Park. The real estate market in this area is made up of older cabin style homes with new complatary builds peppered into the mountainside. With great access to the wasatch backcountry this area offers a private mountain living feel with plenty of wildlife for neighbors. However, its a quick 5 min drive to Woodward ski resort and don’t forget to stop in the moose cafe on your way to the salt lake city which is 20 mins down the hill.
Pinebrook is located just minutes east of Summit park. With a similar feel to summit park, this area is not as removed from today’s modern conveniences. A neighborhood commercial area just below you can easily be accessed i.e. Billy Blanco for an after-ski snack, or run in the Albertson’s grocery store for supplies to have friends over. One of the more affordable real estate markets in park city you can still find a 1990s to early 2000 build home for under 2 mil. This area offers a great value to its residents and is 25 mins from SLC airport and 15 mins for old town park city.
Blue Roof Area
Ah… The famous blue roof neighborhood. What is this neighborhood? Well it’s really the next three neighborhoods; Silver Springs, Ranch Place and Willow Creek all near a 7-eleven with a blue roof on the corner of SR 224 and silver springs drive. Also know as Snyder Mill. These three neighborhoods are all different but also very close together. It is said that this is the most walkable neighborhood in Park City. Flat wide streets with plenty of open space mixed into the area make it perfect for your growing family. With Parleys Park Elementary within walking distance of most of these homes and full dual immersion (Spanish), it’s a tough real estate market to beat.
With Parleys Park Elementary within walking distance of most of these homes and full dual immersion (Spanish), it’s a tough real estate market to beat. The real estate prices start in the low one million for Silver Springs. Silver springs has a mix of condos, townhomes, older homes and new construction mixed together.
Ranch Place jumps up in price starting around 2 mil with larger newer single family homes, and is a family-oriented community with parks, 115 acre area to relax and explore, enough trails to keep you busy for months on your runs/biking trips. Ranch Place is newer than the Silver Springs neighborhood in the Blue Roof area. It borders the Swaner Nature Preserve and is closest to Kimball Junction and Interstate 80.
Willow Creek, with its neighborhood luxury prices that keep going to 4 million is the final neighborhood in the Blue Roof area. Willow Creek is 72 home sites with plenty of trails and open space around all of the home. This makes this a more luxury feel with some homes offering spectacular views of Park City Mountain resort. These typically are the newest homes in the area and offer transition modern mountain style. With Willow Creek Park right next door you can walk over and enjoy the tennis courts, play grounds, dog pond and open space.
Park Meadows is just south of the Blue Roof area and is tied for the most walkable area. With flat streets and bike paths this neighborhood is easy living. You are also much closer to old town with easy access to downtown park city and deer valley. With McPolin elementary nearby this neighborhood keeps life on the rails with convence. This real estate market is one of Park City’s oldest subdivision with a Jack Nicklas design golf course flowing through it. With real estate prices starting around 2 mil this is a great value in today’s market.
Historical Park City, an old coal mining town turned into an outdoor meca. This market is made up of condo, townhome and single residences. With the ability to walk to Park City Mountain resort, the largest ski resort in the US at 7300 acres, that’s not enough? How about 300 miles of single track mountain biking? Still not feeling it. Let’s switch it up to world class dining establishments With a variety of restaurants from Vegan to Ruth Chris there is something for everyone. Feeling more luxury, how about a ride in the funicular to the St Regis? Maybe that’s a little outside Old Town but worth a ride. With plenty of options this real estate market has something for everyone. Yup not kidding Park City still has more price conscious condos below 500k but if you’re feeling ski and ski out they have that too. This is resort town living. With Crowds filling the streets in summer and winter it’s busy. The shoulder seasons are much more mellow so be prepared
Park City Outlier Neighborhoods
The feel of high mountain rural Utah life, with Park City literally minutes over the hill?? Sign yourself up to the best of both worlds!
Silver Creek is located 15 mins north east of Old Town park city and 5 mins from Kimball Junction. The Silver Creek neighborhood is made up of larger lots starting around half an acre and going up from there, with many 5-10 acre homesites. This is the perfect place for horse property with easy access to many trails and dirt roads for horseback riding. These homes also offer great views of the Wasatch Back. With a number of homesites offering 180 degree views of park City Mountain Resort. The real estate here typically starts around 1.2 million and goes up. Still a great value for the amount of space and the ability to own horse property
Oakley is classic Utah. With a conservative planning and zoning department no big box stores coming to town here. Also with that most homes sit on larger lots and this area has a very rural feel to it. With the TV show Yellowstone having been filmed in Oakley for a number of years it’s easy to understand how come. The great access to to the outdoors and 20 mins east of Park City, and 50 Mins east of Salt Lake City, you can get to what you want quickly by leaving the city life to the other guys.
Welcome to Kamas. This two traffic light town has the feel of Park City 50 years ago. With Great access to Soap Stone Basin or Mirror Lake and 1000s of acres of national forest for hiking, biking, OHV, fishing, hunting or snowmobiles you will always have something to do. Homes in this area can range from communities like High Star Ranch with more of the all in one neighborhood feel to one your own 100 acre ranch style homes. Come check it out and while your here stop in the Mirror Lake Dining for home style meal or if you don’t have time for that grab one of Utah’s best doughnuts at the chevon on your way to play in Utah’s great outdoors.
Just a few minutes east of Park City is Trailside. This neighborhood offers newer construction at a reasonable price. With homes starting around 1 million and going up into luxury or estate living, there is a little something for everyone. Also the area has TrailSide elementary which is a very popular and well liked school. Next to Trailside elementary is Trailside park. This is a great place to hang out with friends or family. With skateboard park, basketball, playground and mountain bike freeride park there is something for everyone. Bring the dog to walk or hike one of the many trails. This area offers that classic utah lifestyle of outdoor living .
Coalville feels like the gateway to Wyoming. Sitting 25 mins East of Park City and 50 mins east of Salt Lake you feel lie your in Cowboy country. With large red rock mountains, echo reservoir and the Weber River flowing through the valley there is a lot to explore. Real estate is much more affordable with the ability for purchase land or a home for $500,000 and up. However, with new developments like Wohali, a private golf course community pushing lot prices around 1 mil now, things are changing.