There was plenty of snow to keep this amazing ski season going strong over the weekend. We skied powder up to our knees on Sunday and it snowed even more today. By Wednesday the weather reporters are predicting even more glorious flakes to come our way, making the end of the week a great time to take a Spring Ski Vacation. Not only is the snow fabulous, but so is the sun shine. It’s warm and sunny – living up to what visitors to Park City expect. The ski beach at Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley is nothing short of heaven on a day like today!
On another note, here are some interesting goings on in the local real estate market from over the weekend:
-26 new properties came on to the market
-19 properties had a price change
-11 went under contract
-4 closed Specific Transactions To Take Note Of:
- 2 homes in Lower Deer Valley went under contract
onein Hidden Meadows which was listed at $3.65m, the other home is in Nordic Village and was priced at $1.199m
- A lot went under contract in Lower Deer Valley’s Hidden Meadows neighborhood – the vacant land was priced at $1.25m
- A lot in Wolf Creek Ranch Estates went pending that was on the market for $1.7m-We saw a home come on the market at Glenwild priced at $4.55m for 7710 sq ft.
Glenwild has been very active this winter, and rumor has it that Tiger Woods was in town this weekend looking for a home in the gated community that holds the states #1 golf course. Maybe he will buy a home near his friend Michael Jordan, who recently decided to purchase in Glenwild as well.
-A possible 15 acre development parcel on the Jordanelle came on the market at $1.895m
-We also saw a home in Promontory go under contract. The 6800 sq ft. residence was listed at $3.399m
Park City is amazing this time of year.
We feel so lucky to be able to enjoy the sun and snow and the sport – all at once!
Tomorrow will be a fun day for Rob in particular – it’s his BIRTHDAY!!! April 1st here in Park City is the traditional day Rob and a group of friends spend at Deer Valley skiing while dressed up in goofy outfits. Not only do they dress up, they also partake in what they call the “Deer Valley Six Pack”. There just so happen to be six places on the Deer Valley Resort mountain where one can purchase beer. Rob and his friends challenge themselves every April 1st to stop by each and every one of the six locations and purchase a beer. They ski from place to place taking some great runs and in between – sipping cold beers. By the end of the day the group (generally dressed in bear suits, clown costumes, eighties metallic one-piece ski suits and rainbow wig helmet covers) finally comes back down to Silver Lake Lodge to have the last beer of the day and toast their accomplishing the “Deer Valley Six Pack”!!! So if you happen to be at Deer Valley tomorrow and notice a slightly wobbly group of friends dressed in silly costumes as they tool around the slopes, don’t forget to tell Rob “Happy Birthday!” or even to join the group yourself!