Old Town, Park City Utah
In 1868 Silver was found in the Hills of Park City Utah. A few years later in 1884, Park City was incorporated, Old Town was born! Old Town was the cores of the city. The mining business thrived until the 1930's. Old Town struggled for the next 30 years until the first ski resort opened in the early 1960's. This was the breaking point when Park City went from a mining town to a ski town. Old town is the oldest neighborhood in the Park City region, with structures that are well over 100+ years old. The major appeal to owning Real Estate in Old Town is the easy access to the historic Park City Main Street. Most owners have the ease of 'walkability' and can easily access all the local shops, restaurants, galleries, night life. Living in Old Town also allows owners to access the free bus route at the transit center located at the bottom of main street. For easy ski access, you can jump on the Town Lift and ski Park City Mountain Resort- Making Old Town an easy area to ski in and out of.
Finding lots for sale in Old Town, Park City is a hard thing to accomplish. There are very few vacant pieces of land in the area. Most of the homes have been refurbished over the many years, providing luxury real estate in down town Park City!