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Over the years, I have blogged about these town-homes from time to time, because they rarely come up for sale.

La Maconnerie is a small community that resides just above the bottom of Deer Valley's Success Ski Run. A very short drive up Royal Street, these were built in the 80's but are, in my opinion, some of the most conveniently located ski access town-homes. They just do not hit the market very often, and two of them just came up for sale. Unit 11 is a 5 Bed 7 Bath 4547 Square foot property with a nice open living area, and a two car garage. Also, a game room for entertaining and a wine cellar for storing your precious "juice". :)

If 4547 square feet is too large for your needs, Unit 12 is a 4 Bed 5 Bath 3000 square foot town-home, and equally

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Happy Friday from Park City!

New to the market is a Town-home at 1412 Park Ave that is offer Fully Furnished. This 2800 square foot property has fantastic rental potential with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a 2 car garage, which is rare for Old Town Park City, and is on the bus route. The private back patio has a hot tub, and extra parking and the city park is directly behind you. 

For more information on this property click "Read Full Post" then on the photo. Call me at 435.901.4309 to schedule a showing.


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See the map below to get an idea of where the future growth will be in Park City. Most of the growth is actually outside of the city limits, with the majority of future development surrounding the Jordanelle. A lot of people have asked why I am so bullish on property in the city limits. This map shows how there not an enormous amount of developable property within the city limits as compared to Summit and Wasatch County. Developable property within Park City is also geared more towards vacation properties vs. single family. 

Call me if you would like any additional information. 

Park City Future


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A couple of weeks ago, I traveled to Colorado to visit Steamboat Springs, Vail, and Beaver Creek. I had not been to these areas in many years, and as a resort property specialist, I felt it was my duty to visit Colorado. Now I experienced a few things in Colorado that I felt are superior, and will say that my blog will be Utah “biased”, but I feel my observations are legitimate, and Utah is the overall winner in my comparison.

In the past 10 years selling Park City real estate, I cannot tell you how many times buyers have told me, “We have skied Colorado and/or California for years, and thought we should give Utah a try.

Why Choose Park City Real Estate

As soon as homebuyers realize how easy it is to get to Park City vs. the other locations from

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Recently I listed two great properties, and I want my subscribers to hear about them first! The professional photography is being shot this week, but wanted to share some personal videos to give you the first look!

The first listing is in Old Town, on Ontario Avenue. This property has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, phenomenal views, lots of living space both indoor and outdoor, and a rare two car garage. It is at the top of Ontario with sweeping views of Main Street and the ski resorts. Restaurants and shopping are just steps away as you can access Shorty's Stairs, which gives you a direct path to Main Street. Enjoy an inviting living area with a open kitchen and great room directly next to a large deck space for enjoying the outdoors. Two separate gathering

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New Web Search and a Fantastic 18.25 Acre Lot in Oakley

After weeks of rain, I am happy to say that summer in Park City is in full swing! As the Summer Solstice approaches, I have a few fantastic updates for you.

Last week, I launched my re-designed website at, and it has a much faster and more accurate MLS search engine.

You can also save searches on it, so you will be automatically notified when properties within your criteria come on the market. This is a much better option than Zillow, Trulia, or because  it is a true direct feed from the Park City MLS, and it updates real time. A lot of my clients will send me properties from one of these aformentioned affiliate sites, and I have to

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Park City vs. Vail is a classic ski town showdown because both towns have stellar reputations, resorts, and amenities. It’s extra relevant with Vail Resorts now in both towns. You’re going to have to choose one and I want to help you make the best choice.

A weeklong ski vacation can easily cost $10,000 for a family of four.  You might as well get the most out of your investment and choose the best ski town you can find. It’s even more important to know more about a ski town if you’re looking at purchasing a home.

Whether you’re planning a vacation or looking into buying a new home, these are the most important factors to consider when deciding between Park City and Vail.


Park-city-airport-accessBoth towns have reasonable access to International

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Everybody knows that Zillow is the 800lb Gorilla online, they have a great site and incredible technology.

I asked expert realtors around the country “Do you feel that Zillow will replace real estate agents?”

Larry Lawrence – Squaw Valley Realtor

Zillow is being used by some of our clients to search properties.  We work with our clients to help them sort through the data, whether from Zillow or elsewhere.  Our clients still need to get professional assistance in making their decisions to buy or to sell.  Zillow mainly gives a value and features of a property but does not address the variables in property attributes and disclosures.  As a result, buyers and sellers find they may overlook many of these important factors which can impact the

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utah_skiSpring ski vacations for the family in Park City are one of the best kept secrets in the mountains—winter doesn’t end here in February.

March and April are filled with sunny ski days, live music, and fun activities to keep every age group entertained.

If a storm hits while you’re here you could ski waist deep snow in the morning and spend your afternoon in a t-shirt enjoying a concert and après treats with the family.

No matter what, you’ll find great deals on lodging and lift tickets at each of the resorts—taking a bite out of the sting of a four or five day trip.

Here are 5 reasons you should book a Park City ski vacation for the family in the spring.

1. Bluebird Snow Days

You’ll find some of your best skiing days in March and early

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