June 2017

Found 4 blog entries for June 2017.

May 2017

Park City Real Estate Market Update

According to the Park City Board Of REALTORS®, "The number of closed sales for the first quarter of 2017 in Summit and Wasatch Counties was the highest we’ve seen since 2007 – up 20% over 2016. The first quarter of 2017, Park City had the highest number of pended sales with a 26% increase over the previous year in total dollar volume. Growth continued to morph, and expand, encompassing outlying communities in the Wasatch Back as the entire market area was pushed to new peak levels."

According to the National Association, Existing Home Sales reached their third-highest mark this year in May. Inventory of homes for sale has dropped 8.4% since last year, marking the 24th consecutive month of

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A Cozy Home in Park City at an Unbeatable Location and Price!

Location: Bear Hollow Village - Bear Hollow Ridge - Park City, Utah 84098

Featured Listing: 5461 N. Luge Lane Unit 2207, Park City, Utah

Click Here to get more information on Unit 2207

How cute is a name like Bear Hollow? Really.

Doesn’t it just conjure up images of Goldilocks and the home of fairytale’s famous family of bears which the naive blond intruder happened to visit while Mama, Papa and Baby Bear were out for a walk in the forest?

But, you won’t have to wonder who’s been sleeping in your bed (or eating porridge in your kitchen, for that matter), because this cozy gem can be yours.

There’s a price to suit everyone here in Bear Hollow Ridge ---  in the

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#DogTrails To Bring Fido On A Hike!


Park City is well known for being a dog-friendly community.  I love Dogs. I thoroughly enjoy taking my dog hiking, but there are certain trails more enjoyable than other for fido. I have included my top five dog-friendly hikes that may or may not require a leash, so be sure to explore the rules of the trail before you venture out with fido.

1. Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail is managed by the Mountain Trails Foundation running from Park City through Warship and Coalville to Echo Reservoir. The 28-mile trail is a popular place to hike, bike, horseback ride, walk or run. During the winter season, many people

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The Backyard space has become just as important as the indoor living space. The climate in Park City is perfect for having architectural elements that allow for additional living space outdoors. Living in this beautiful area offers an incredible setting to design spaces to enjoy the rugged mountain vista views. Architects in Park City design homes for people that love the blurred boundaries between outdoor space and indoor space. Vanishing window walls extend indoor dining to open-air outdoor dining.  The modern way to expand the living space!


A 7-acre flat parcel with Park City Mountain view vistas complete with lap pool, three ponds, a waterfall, barn, horse arena, and guest house. Families will enjoy glamping in the backyard with a

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