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Welcome to Park City, Utah

Park City, UT, located 32 miles east of downtown Salt Lake City, was founded by silver prospectors in the late 19th century. It wasn’t long before the town boasted nearly 10,000 residents and became the largest silver mining camp in the country. Despite several obstacles—flooding in the mines and even a major drop in the price of silver--Park City survived ghost town status and continued silver mining until the early 1970’s. Around this time, another industry began to pick up the pace in Park City—skiing. In 1963, Park City Consolidated Mines built the first ski lifts on what was then referred to as Treasure Mountain. This endeavor paved the way for Park City’s future; Park City is now home to three world class ski resorts—Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort, and the Canyons Resort. The city served alongside Salt Lake City as a venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Aside from skiing, Park City is also known as the site of The Sundance Film Festival, a 10 day spotlight on American and international independent film. The event draws more than 45,000 people from all over the world, including film and visual artists, musicians, and others who come just to spend time in the unique eclectic environment. Jill Miller, the Sundance Institute’s Managing Director, once said, “The intimacy of Park City helps to create just the right atmosphere for the Sundance Film Festival.”

As you can imagine with a town of such high esteem, the real estate in Park City is prime. The market offers everything from modest mountain homes to grand scale luxury homes. Currently, the average price for a condo in Park City is around $340,000, and the average price for a single family home is around $430,000, but homes can be found well below and well above both averages. For upscale mountain living, the area of Aerie in Park City is well known for its large lots and custom homes with impeccable views. Also, Aerie features a new development of luxury town homes, perfect for the ski in/ski out crowd. Three neighborhoods that offer a wider variety of modest and luxury homes are the communities of Prospector, Thaynes Canyon and Aspen Springs. Homes in Prospector, Park City are highly sought out due to their convenient location close to the town’s free shuttle bus route, schools, retail stores, and movie theaters, while the communities of Thaynes Canyon and Aspen Springs are near the Park City Golf Course, and contain modest single family homes as well as large luxury homes that feature a variety of architectural styles.

If you are looking for a historic home in Park City, or just prefer to live in that part of town where the past has not yet passed, there is a wide selection of condos and single family homes in the area of Old Town. Park City’s Old Town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and features an interesting mix of miner’s cottages, Victorian renovations, vintage commercial buildings and modern condominium developments.

These are just a few of the neighborhoods you have to choose from when looking for a home in Park City, UT. Park City’s communities cater to your lifestyle so that when you move in, you feel right at home.

Park City Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 48 homes for sale in Park City, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
65% Single Family, 25% Land/lot, 4% Townhouse and 6% Other.

65% Single Family
25% Land/lot
6% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 48
Average Home Size 2,791 ft² / 259 m²
Price Range ($79,000 - $9,950,000)

Weather in Park City

The average high temperatures in Park City range from 33 in January to 80 in July

Average home income in Park City

The average household income of a Park City resident is $135,933 with an average home value of $673,812

Population of Park City

Park City has 26,268 residents.

Home ownership in Park City

The average level of home ownership in Park City is 64%.

Education breakdown of Park City

Education levels of residents of Park City include: highschool 10%, associate 6%, bachelor 39%, graduate 27%.

Households in Park City

Park City has 9,636 homes, built on average 28 years ago.

Information from in and around Park City...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 48 homes for sale in Park City. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Townhouse and Other. The average list price of these property results is 1,177,106. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Park City please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 48 homes for sale in Park City, UT are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Park City area. Member brokerages representing the 48 homes include Jess Reid Real Estate and Windermere Real Estate - Utah.