Architecture lovers, eat your heart out! The beautiful communities of Park City, Heber, Midway and Hideout are a playground for builders seeking dramatic mountain views and small town charm. These are some of the most magnificent exterior shots featured in the 2020 Park City Showcase of Homes.
This property, which overlooks Jordanelle Reservoir and Mount Nebo, is designed to maximize serene mountain views through all four seasons.
The Whispering Hawk residence at the Talisker Club is a slice of ski-town paradise, balancing resort amenities and a peaceful cabin setting.
Interior designer Delia Chatwin described this project’s aesthetic as “mountain modern.” Built in Midway, this home fits perfectly in this picturesque, Swiss-inspired town.
Classic European style meets modern farmhouse in this warm, striking 7,950-square-foot estate. The traditional home is a collaboration between Chatwin Homes, architect Clayton Vance and owner-designer Jessie Rinquest.
Nestled in the private community of Red Ledges in Heber, this home boasts clean lines and expanded outdoor living space.
With views like this, you’ll never want to come inside. Luckily, this home features expansive outdoor living space, including a multi-tiered deck and a stone path leading to a charming backyard patio.
Montgomery’s second home in the Showcase marries forward-thinking modern design with rustic mountain ambience.
This sprawling 7,072-square-foot house is also located in Red Ledges. The location, near Dear Valley Resort, is an ideal meeting point between world-class skiing in Park City and the small-town comfort of Heber.
Located in the small, secluded mountain town of Hideout, Scharpf Contsruction’s parade entry is built on a perch overlooking Wasatch County. The aerial photo boasts the property’s expansive views, from Deer Creek Reservoir to Mount Timpanogos.
This spectacular Park City home boasts a diverse yet cohesive mix of materials, featuring black corrugated metal, exposed aggregate concrete and barn wood details, that carry through the home’s interiors.
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