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About this 1.03 acre of Ski-Shore™ on Northstar Dr.
200' - 300' above Old Town Park City, Utah, USA.

Again our backyard resort is in top 10.
Fantastic views  from here on Treasure Hill
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HUGE UPSIDE! Read the 947 Highest and Best Use (HABU-2011) [working on HABU-2013 available soon]
Ski or board from PCMR snowboard park down upper Northstar Dr. to this property. (See video)
Need more information, more and even more, or contact me truxes@gmail.com

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Ski-Shore
This property (947 Northstar Dr., Park City UT 84060) between Old Town Park City, Utah and the Park City Mountain Resort ( PCMR ). See satellite view and zoom in on this location at Lat.40° 38' 50.10"N and Long. 111° 30' 11.11"W, Elev 7,125' to 7,235'. To see a fly-by view just copy 40.64725000,-111.50308500 and paste into Google Earth. [Press]
Gold Coast
Properties on the perimeter of PCMR are sometimes refered to as on the "Gold Coast"
Northstar Subdivision - other neigborhoods in Park City are just crowded.
An exclusive 7 lot subdivision in Old Town Park City with unusually large platted lots, from 5 to 33 Old Town lots (Old Town lot is 25' x 75' = 1,875 SF). Ski-Shore is 44,658 SF (1.03 acres or 24 Old Town lots!). Build to (HR-1) and Northstar Homeowners Association Protective Covenants specifications. Upper Northstar Dr. was the the old Crescent tramway rail bed.
Treasure Hill
The name of the hill that Ski-Shore and PCMR are on. In 1963 United Park City Mines Company created the Treasure Mountains Resort (now Park City Mountain Resort), on Treasure Hill the "ideal ski course" (November 1925, according to the Park Record ) west of town. People have skied Treasure Hill since 1909 (Thompson and Buck, Treasure Mountain Home,198.) Also soon the "Treasure Park City" project (30 years in the making) will be our neighbors to the south. Many people don't know that the Treasure owners paved Lowell Ave and donated the land at the loop connecting Empire Ave. to Lowell Ave., making easy access to upper Northstar Dr. possible.
Old Town - Historic District
Park City has been called the best-preserved mining town in the West. After the discovery of silver in 1868, the small mining camp grew into a rough and ready boomtown where miners, gamblers, merchants, saloonkeepers and ladies of the evening from almost every country put Park City on the world map. After the city's 1884 incorporation, mining flourished until the 1930's and gradually declined into the 1960's. The first ski resort was started in 1946 and in the early 1960's the now Park City Mountain Resort saved the city from ghost town status.
Today Historic Main Street is renowned for its great restaurants, art galleries, shopping and a mixture of restored historic buildings and complementary new construction. The Historic District has a unique blend of restored historic homes and new homes of similar scale. Situated between the Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley, Old Town is the center of visitor activity with a personality that would make our founders feel right at home.
Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR)
with 3,300 acres of glades, bowls, groomers and powder snow and a 3,100 foot vertical drop, the PCMR is the heart of the Park City Resort area. Connected to Old Town by the Town Bridge and Town Lift, the resort is surrounded by a mixture of historic homes, condominiums, townhomes and luxury single family residences.
Park City History
Long before Park City became a world class mountain resort and venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, it was famous as a silver mining town, and boasts a lively and colorful past.  Founded by prospectors in the late 1860's, Park City continued to mine silver until the early 1970's.  The mining company, Park City Consolidated Mines, started the ski business in 1963, when they built the first lifts on what was then called Treasure Mountain.  The Park City area now has three world class resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort, and the Canyons Resort. For more about Park City's past, please visit the Park City Historical Society and Museum website at www.parkcityhistory.org
Market Value
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