Modern chic marries cozy in this contemporary art-filled townhouse (2 BR, 2 BA) close to Old Town nightlife, award-winning restaurants, art galleries and three ski resorts boasting The Greatest Snow on Earth. Situated just a ¼ mile from Historic Main Street, a brief saunter gets you there in 7 minutes. Your front door is only a few feet away from the free bus that takes you anywhere in Park City in a matter of minutes. Rare to the area, you have access to a private, attached 2 car garage.
Open and bright with high, beamed ceilings and contemporary art adorned walls. Saddle up to the fully equipped, vintage bar and mix cocktails for you and your guests after a long day of skiing, Sundance activities or Park City’s many summer activities. Wind down in front of the fireplace and enjoy complimentary movies on your 55 inch flat screen TV. An outdoor patio with seating awaits you during Park City’s temperate weather.
The townhouse sits in a small, quiet complex/4 units in a row with no upstairs neighbor and only one attached wall/neighbor.
With an optimal floorplan for two couples, the bedrooms are located on separate floors. The main level bedroom has a queen bed with a twin bunk and attached full bath. The large master bedroom with a king bed and ensuite bathroom is located on the top floor. We stay here, too, so we’d like to think that we’ve thought of all the necessary amenities which include a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, wireless internet and a 55 inch flat screen TV with Xfinity Streampix/Starz movie channels and 200+ HD Digital Preferred channels. Newly installed AC in 8/17.
You have private access to the entire townhouse. The front door has a Schlage keypad and you will receive a unique access code.
Interaction with guests
I’m available to answer questions about the property or provide assistance with tips for planning and enjoying your stay in Park City. We have a local Manager who lives near Park City and can assist in emergencies. A welcome book contains everything you need to know about the property as well as local information, including emergency numbers, grocery stores, ski resorts, activities, our favorite restaurants, getting around and more.
Born in Toronto, Canada, my family moved to Texas when I was nine years old. I've proudly called Texas home for about 35 years. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Journalism, I moved to New York City where I worked in publishing for Interview & Art in America Magazines. Having lost both my mother and brother to sarcoma cancer, I've served on the board of the Amschwand Sarcoma Cancer foundation since its inception in 2001. I currently live in Austin, Texas with my husband and three cats. My husband and I love to travel and enjoy discovering good food, wine and music.