Park City may be known more for its ski mountains than its equestrian neighborhoods, but we are in the middle of “farm and ranch” country. …
The Vibrant Center of Park City
Old Town reflects the rich mining history of Park City, which was incorporated as a city in 1884, eighteen years after silver was discovered in its mountains. Many of the original commercial and residential buildings still remain, reflecting the Victorian architecture of that era. Home to some of Park City’s most iconic homes and landmarks, Historic Old Town remains the vibrant center of Park City, with world-class restaurants, nightclubs, boutiques, galleries, and museums. Properties on Lower Main Street offer ski-in/ski-out access to Park City Mountain Resort via the Town Lift, with easy, free transportation to both Canyons Resort and Deer Valley Resort from the Old Town Transit Center in Swede Alley. Many of the turn-of-the-century buildings and miners’ shacks have been transformed into single-family homes and commercial properties. Interspersed with townhomes, condominiums and hotel accommodations, Old Town properties that fall within the Park City Historic District will keep their charm for years to come.
Old Town Real Estate
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