Hank Mastain | September 14, 2021

August Top Home Sales

Top Sales this August

Modern design prevailed among the top Utah home sales last month. But it was more than just a look that got these homes top dollar. Their quality, views, and location were truly the best in the marketplace, often featuring noteworthy architects and with execution by the most reputable builders in the area. If you are thinking of selling, the marketplace remains strong with buyers willing to pay a premium to get the best homes that our state has to offer. 

#1.  320 W. Snows Lane in Park City, Utah

A true Park City landmark but without a formal name or moniker. For as long as I can remember, locals have just referred to it as "The Red Barn." There's currently a modest home built in 1974, but the property was really being marketed for its potential to have a new 10+ acre ranch within city limits. As a sign of just how special and coveted that opportunity has become, the property sold in just 48 days and at an asking price 92% more than what the current owners paid in 2018. Offered at $12,500,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer represented by BHHS Utah Properties - SV. 

#2. 3930 Middlefork Drive in Huntsville, Utah 

Kingfisher Ranch may be the most expensive "off-grid" home ever sold in Utah. Perched on a hilltop near Snowbasin and Powder Mountain Resort, the home was designed by Upwall Architects with a"bird's nest" to preside over the property's nearly 4,000 acres. Offered at $11,500,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by A5 Real Estate. Buyer represented by Equity Real Estate (Solutions). 

#3. 2178 E. Walker Lane in Holladay, Utah

One of Utah's finest estates located in the woods off of prestigious Walker Lane, set on a large pond and surrounded by mountain views and water features. With nearly 16,000 interior square feet, the home boasted incredible amenities and spaces for entertaining on a large scale. Offered at $8,500,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer represented by KW Park City. 

#4. 8298 Promontory Ranch Road in Park City, Utah 

Architect Clive Bridgwater won two awards when he designed this remarkable home in the Promontory Club community. The location is incredibly private and serene, with unobstructed and towering views of the Uintah Mountains. The owners hired Summit Sotheby's this summer after having the home listed for two years with another brokerage. In just 14 days of the new listing they had an offer to accept. Offered at $8,200,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer represented by Stein Eriksen Realty Group. 

#5. 21 Nakoma Terrace #6 in Park City, Utah 

One of the few opportunities available for a new construction single family home with ski-in/ski-out access at Deer Valley Resort®. Located in the Nakoma, a subdivision of single family homes and attached townhomes in Empire Pass, designed by former Park City mayor Jack Thomas. Offered at $7,375,000 when it sold. 

Seller and Buyer represented BHHS Utah Properties

#6. 7377 N. Sage Meadow Court in Park City, Utah 

Salim Gasparcik designed this home for expansive main-level living and seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. It overlooks the 5th fairway of the Signature Pete Dye course in Promontory with phenomenal west-facing views of Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. Watch property video. Offered at $6,500,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty. Buyer represented by BHHS Utah Properties. 

#7. 25 Canyon Court in Park City, Utah 

This home enjoys incredible privacy on a 10 acre parcel in the Aspen Springs neighborhood of Park City proper. Beyond the property line is protected open space and a towering view of Iron Mountain. Although it took 9 months a price reduction to sell, it is among the most expensive sales in the neighborhood in recent years. Offered at $6,750,000 when it sold. 

Seller represented by KW Park City. Buyer represented by Windermere RE Utah 

#8. 3200 Mountain Top Lane in Park City, Utah 

This captured incredible interest and multiple offers in its first days on the market. Designed by James Carroll and Associates, it is located in the Park Meadows neighborhood of Park City proper and has a coveted south-facing view looking to the local ski resorts. Sold above asking price after just 8 days on the market. Offered at $6,400,000 when it sold. 

Seller and Buyer represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty 

#9. 9004 Promontory Ridge Drive in Park City, Utah 

A perfect example of the mountain modern aesthetic that buyers are looking for. But this home had much more to offer than just clean lines. It was perfectly sited on a downhill lot in the Promontory Club community with floor to ceiling windows throughout to capture stunning ski resort views. Designed by Otto-Walker Architects, built by Don Craig, and with interior design by Paula Berg. Truly an all-star team known for their attention to detail and masterful quality. Offered at $6,400,000 when it sold. 

Seller and Buyer represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty. 

#10. 5847 Dakota Trail in Park City, Utah 

Another stunning home in the Promontory Club community. Buyers were drawn to the creative use of mixed materials, the spacious main-level layout, and the way natural light filled every room. Sold in 21 days above asking price. Offered at $6,000,000 when it sold. 

Seller and Buyer represented by Summit Sotheby's International Realty 

 

 

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