Park City & Deer Valley real estate can boast of having many fine golf communities completed or nearing completion. These include Glenwild, Tuhaye, Promontory Ranch, Hideout Canyon, Victory Ranch and Red Ledges. Promontory features two courses, an equestrian center, club houses and numerous kids programs. Tuhaye has one course (plus another in the works), a ski boat on the Jordanelle Reservoir, many kids programs but is unique in that its membership includes the Talisker Club amenities at Deer Valley ski resort. Victory Ranch will have an exceptional course but what separates it from the other clubs is that it has private river frontage on the Upper Provo River and fantastic fly fishing, Red Ledges will open its Jack Nicklaus designed course 4th of July weekend and will have world class tennis facilities and other amenities. Glenwild’s crown jewel is its Fazio designed golf course. It is a golf country club type of community complete with workout room, restaurant and swimming pool. All of the above are gated communities.
I think Park Meadows Country Club, which often seems to fly under the radar screen, is worth considering when a family is deciding to purchase a primary residence or vacation home in a Park City and wants golf to be a part of their Park City lifestyle. It is not a gated real estate community and does not have many of the built in programs and amenities associated with these other clubs. On the other hand it is located within the Park City town limits which means all of the activities and amenities in Park City are readily available to families that purchase a home in Park Meadows and join the Park Meadows Country Club. Some of the amenities in Park City are the Racquet Club, the free bus system, the Skate Park and City Park. The Park City restaurants, clubs, events and shopping match its real estate in being world class.
Park Meadows Country Club, originally designed by Jack Nicklaus, was renovated last year by John Harbottle. Park Meadows has a swimming pool, restaurant and workout room. It is adjacent to the Park City Racquet Club and is part of the city-wide free Park City bus system, a real plus for getting kids to and from all that Park City, Utah has to offer.
No one knows what Park City real estate areas will appreciate more rapidly as we climb out of this recession but if I had to put money on it I would bet homes, condominiums and lots inside of the Park City town limits to bounce back more rapidly just based on the principle of scarcity.
If you are considering the purchase a home or condominium in the Park City or Deer Valley area and want to live on or near a golf course don’t forget to take a peek at Park Meadows.
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