PARK CITY LIMITS
The number of single-family home sales within Park City Limits (also referred to as Greater Park City) was relatively flat (off less than 2%) and the median price of $1.95 M remained the same as 12 months ago. By neighborhood, Old Town had the highest number of sales – up 10%, while there were 30% fewer sales in Park Meadows.
The median sales price climbed to $1.2 M – up 22% in the Snyderville Basin, and although there was a slight decrease in the number of sold homes, the Basin saw more than twice the number of sales than within the City Limits. In Silver Creek sales were up 53% and up 43% in median sales price – reaching $1.2 M. By neighborhood, Promontory had the highest number of sales, with 63 sold homes in the last 12 months. Activity in the Tuhaye / Hideout area had a sizable increase in the number of sales with a 28% median price increase – reaching $1.06 M.
Sales in the Heber Valley continued at a strong pace, with nearly one sale a day, and a 27% median price increase to $525,000. There were nearly twice as many homes sold in Red Ledges compared to last year, with a median sales price of $1.17 M. Midway continued to thrive with 107 closed sales and a 14% median price increase over last year reaching $573,000.
New growth continues to move eastward and southward to areas that still have developable land. The dramatic rise in construction costs is fueling the median sales price increases seen in the outlying areas, but active listings are still well below in-town Park City prices. The introduction of new developments will enhance this trend for the foreseeable future. As areas develop, much of what up until recently were considered “outlying areas” are now beginning to feel like another extension of town.
In the Kamas Valley, the number of sales decreased 8%, though the median price climbed 21% reaching $440,000. The number of sales in the Wanship, Hoytsville, Coalville, Echo, & Henefer areas dropped, while the median price increased 20% to $427,000.