Four levels rise up the hillside to provide spaces for contemporary living just a short walk to Main Street, Park City. Think Architecture (John Shirley) designed the home for large living areas, complementary outdoor spaces, and ample windows for taking in the surrounding views, and Hess Construction (Arden Hess) built the home and executed the complex detailing. 

All photos by Scot Zimmerman

The balanced modern forms of the front elevation are set off by hearty blossoms. Some of the people passing by while I was out front with my camera commented on the perfection of its street presence. 

Looking very modest in size from the street, the corner view offers another perspective. 

Think Architecture Park City

The top level is dedicated to the entry with its glass elevator, the garage, and a spacious patio with a firepit. 

Think Architecture Park City

Following the glass elevator down one level (or taking the stairs with the floating wooden treads) is the main living area open to a large kitchen.

Natural light fills the space. The wood adds warmth, and the combination of natural woods and stone work well for the mountain setting. 

The kitchen maintains clean modern lines in the cabinetry and island design. It is sized to prepare meals for large groups and holidays. Not seen is the adjustable dining table that opens up and the patio dining table. 

Think Architecture Park City

Moving down a level to the primary bedroom, the mesmerizing circular patterns in the stone seem to have inspired the chandelier, pendant lamps, and the rounded back club chair. 

Think Architecture Park City

We see the same circular-patterned stone again inside the glassed shower. The oval soaking tub is stone, as well.

Think Architecture Park City

The lowest level has a cozy family room with guest rooms connecting to it, but it is the pool and patio that I want to show you. Fire, the sounds of falling water, and a refreshing pool combine for an idyllic place to enjoy Park City evenings. 

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