Old Town Homes For Sale

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Why People Love Owning Old Town Park City Real Estate and Park City Proper Real Estate

  • Highly rated walkability, a pedestrian vibe with vibrant local businesses
  • Easy Ski and Summer Access
  • Free and Easy to Use Transportation System
  • Right between two of the world’s best ski resorts, homes with mountain access
  • Library Park, City Park, Historic Rail Trail
  • Colorful history and dedication to the cultural enhancement
  • Excellent School Rankings in Utah
  • Historic Homes with so much charm
  • Abundant shopping, dining and entertainment options 
The vibrant heart of Park City, Utah, the neighborhoods of Old Town Park City and Park City Proper are both gems and expertly kept homages to the town's Victorian mining past. Also known as the historic district, Old Town Park City is conveniently located between the resorts of Deer Valley and Park City Mountain just off Historic Main Street. The area’s main draw is the buzzing Main Street, where visitors and residents alike can enjoy the history-rich, beautiful architecture, unique shopping and top-notch dining and entertainment.
First settled in the late 19th century by Mormon pioneers and incorporated in 1894, silver was found shortly thereafter. The town’s original growth can be attributed to the presence of Silver King Mine, and it isn’t until the 1960s that skiing comes to Park City and creates a booming tourism industry in the area. Subsequent resorts began to open, and now, Old Town Park City and Park City Proper remain charming pieces of the city’s past that now include upscale dining and shopping, beautiful historical structures and homes, world-class lodging, and a thriving arts scene—all of which supports the towns over 600,000 annual visitors. 
Park City Proper encompasses Old Town Park City within its boundaries, along with the areas of Prospector, Aerie, and Thaynes Canyon. Here, you’ll find resplendent remodels of historic miners’ cottages, 19th-century townhomes with modernized interiors, luxe penthouses in ski resort hotels, and of course, magnificent multi-million dollar estates tucked into the mountains with incredible amenities and ski-to access.


People & Lifestyle

With a much higher vacationer-to-resident population ratio, the latter of which hovers around 8,500, those that live in Park City Proper and Old Town Park City have the advantages of trendy, metropolitan conveniences coupled with luxury amenities and world-renowned slopes right in their backyards. Families can take advantage of one of the best school districts in the state of Utah, and outdoor enthusiasts will fall in love with the mild weather year-round, stunning mountain beauty, and of course, the world’s best powdery snow.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Much of Park City Proper and Old Town Park’s commercial business is centered around Main Street , where the classy gourmet dining and high-end boutiques make a shoppers’ paradise. Find some of the best in ski-apparel, winter fashion necessities, and designer clothing at Gorsuch, whose cozy luxury lines provide the perfect look for your resort lifestyle. Olive & Tweed is also stocked with incredible boutique clothing finds, in addition to designer perfumes, fine jewelry, and gifts. 
Whether you’re fueling up for a day of spa services, skiing, hiking, and shopping, or unwinding afterward, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the many incredible restaurants in the area. Five5eeds dishes out incredible American breakfast and lunch options to start your morning off right. Their hearty meals are nutrient-dense and packed with flavors, and the coffee here is as delicious as it gets. Another hot spot serving up classic American cuisine, Firewood, is all about the ambiance. Dedicated to being about more than just great taste, this restaurant has a plethora of visual flair from its industrial and turn-of-the-century décor that creates a unique setting. Foods are seasonal and, of course, cooked on a wood-fire stove for maximum flavor and rustic deliciousness.
Get a taste of excellence at the High West Distillery, a tribute to the old world whose craft brews and whisky are unparalleled. Eat in at their historic saloon and find yourself transported back in time, savoring the best in spirits while spending time with friends. The brand that started out small is now global, and you can even tour the distillery to see all the action for yourself.

Things to Do

After skiing and elite shopping, dining, and commercial offerings, one of the best facets of Old Town Park City and Park City Proper is the art scene. The area has tons of art galleries like Gallery Mar, which exhibits nationally recognized artists and caters to collectors of the bold and sublime. Park City also hosts the globally renowned Sundance Film Festival, whose awards can be life-changing for filmmakers. The Kimball Arts Festival brings together local and global artists in a celebration of the best of the best across a wide variety of media and forms. 
Foodies will delight at the Savor the Summit event, a beloved annual tradition known as the world’s largest outdoor dinner party. Participating restaurants set up outdoor seating along the main street, and all it takes is a simple reservation to become a part of this incredible dining event. As the area is so well known for its slopes and sports, it’s no surprise that Park City is also a part of the Tour of Utah bike race, a seven-day, world-class athletic event known as the toughest stage race in America.
The historic Library and Library Park are frequented in the summer and winter alike. Here you will find Park City's off-leash dog park which turns into a sledding hill in the winter and sometimes a slip-n-slide location in the summer; hosted by the Library events coordinator. Park City's City Park is a local's favorite as well. Here you can play sand volleyball, summer softball, flag football, tennis, pickleball and more. Park City also has a skate park for all levels of ability in the middle of City Park.


Old Town Park Park City and Park City Proper is served by the Park City School District, which is ranked third in the state and includes Pre-K & K-12. Top schools in the district include:
    • Park City High School, 9-12, one of the top 10 public high schools in the state
    • Parley’s Park School, K-5, one of the top 10 public elementary schools in the state
    • Ecker Middle School, 6-7, one of the top 10 public middle schools in the state

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