Lights, Camera, Action: Five Screen-Ready Park City Homes for Sundance

Posted on Wednesday, January 23, 2019.

 

Home to world-class ski resorts and lust-worthy landscapes, Park City has blossomed into a thriving, year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts and cultural denizens alike. And there’s no better time to visit Park City than right now. More than 40,000 celebrities, movie mavens and film buffs from around the world are descending upon the city for Sundance Film Festival, the iconic annual event celebrating the work of independent storytellers in film. Here’s a look at five screen-ready residences in Park City perfect for cozying up between premiers—and settling in for good.

8066 SUNRISE LOOP

Perched on a private acreage boasting panoramic Uintah and Wasatch ski mountain views, this Mike Upwall-designed home offers the perfect balance of privacy and proximity to unrivaled amenities. Represented by Charlie Taylor and Jake Doilney and located in the prestigious Promontory Club, the home offers access to 12 world-class clubhouses, including two championship golf courses, dining, and equestrian and kids’ activity centers. A soaring great room flows to a 3,000-square-foot patio—the perfect place to relax between events—while a national award-winning, mine shaft-themed 4K movie theatre is primed for hosting start-studded screenings of your own.

2755 TELEMARK DRIVE

This newly built contemporary mountain home is one of the few new homes on Park City’s coveted Telemark Drive. Represented by Mike Mazzone, the five-bedroom residence features soaring ceiling heights, clean, modern lines and warm wood finishes throughout. A striking glass elevator serves three levels of living space, including an open and inviting main level with a professional kitchen that opens to an elegant dining and great room. Upstairs, a fitness center with a dry sauna and bridge overlooks the great room, while a spacious lower level is complete with a full wet bar and glass-enclosed wine room—perfect for entertaining before a big night out during the festival.

2138 PRESERVE DRIVE

Boasting one of the finest views in Summit County, this 6,675-square-foot residence is set on 7.3 acres in the Preserve, a prestigious gated community comprised of 88 lots and 450 acres of dedicated open space. Represented by Jake Doilney and Charlie Taylor, the home features soaring steel framing faced with over 2,000 square feet of glass capturing gorgeous vistas. With the exterior nearing completion, future owners have the freedom to work with Thorsen Design Team to personalize the home’s interiors to their exact requirements.

1495 RED FOX

Soaring atop a south-facing hillside and capturing magnificent mountain and valley views, this meticulously maintained contemporary residence was made for entertaining. Represented by Jake Doilney and Charlie Taylor, the home’s impressive, Sundance-ready amenities include a 4K theatre projector and 168-bottle wine cellar. A spacious great room is lined with glass pocket doors that blur the distinction between indoors and out, opening the space to radiant patios with fire pits, an outdoor kitchen and in-ground spa for relaxing after a busy day of premiers.  

7901 N. WEST HILLS TRAIL

 

Whether you’re shooting pool in the lower-level bar or screening an independent film in the beautifully designed theatre room, this 7,800-square-foot mountain contemporary has Sundance written all over it. Represented by Mike Mazzone and Lana Tabaracci, the home is complete with two spectacular master suites (five suites in total), a gourmet kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, seven fireplaces and a 100-bottle Thermador wine cooler. The expansive lower entertainer’s level features radiant heating under Portuguese limestone floors, while ample wood decks with outdoor fireplaces are perfect for taking in breathtaking mountain and golf course views year-round.

 

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