Cozy Park City Ski-In Home

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Located in the gated community of Alta Vista, this home is perched mid mountain of the world famous Deer Valley Resort.

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Designed by Otto-Walker Architects and built by Watts Construction, it was built with organic material, such as imported stone and timber from the Pacific Northwest and mahogany from Honduras.

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Entertain with this large open floor plan, multiple living rooms, media room with four queen Murphy beds and a bathroom for extra guest space, a catering kitchen in the garage, and a self-contained guest quarters.

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Each window is framed with large views of the mountains and twinkling lights of Historic Park City Main Street.

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Ski out your back door to Last Chance and Success ski runs.

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Mature trees surround this estate for the ultimate privacy and comfort.

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It’s just a short walk to the Silver Lake Village area, where restaurant, spas, and shops are located.

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It’s also a short drive to Historic Park City Main Street and only a 40-minute drive to Salt Lake City International Airport.

Address: 8125 Woodland View Drive, Park City, UT 84060

Price: $8,400,000

Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 9

View the listing here.

For more information, contact Paul Benson at 435-640-7441 or [email protected].

Paul Benson is the exclusive agent representing the Park City, Utah, real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.

Images courtesy of Paul Benson

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