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7800 Royal Street, E8

This exceptional property is located at the end of a private/heated cul-de-sac, has been completely remodeled and offers a prime ski-in/ski-out location near Silver Lake Lodge in Deer Valley.

$2,300,000.00 

3 Beds: 3 Baths: Approximately 2,443 SF

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Featuring the residential areas of Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain.

From ski lockers to ski valets, our listings have the amenities to satisfy even the most particular of powder lovers. Click here to view our newest publication, Ski Homes of Park City, Utah for some of the finest ski homes in the area.

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For the eighth year in a row, Berkshire Hathaway is one of Fortune Magazine's top 10 most admired companies in the world. We are honored to be apart of such a prestigious network that provides so much value to our agents and their clients.

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3506 Oak Wood Drive

This is one of the few remaining vacant lots in Lower Deer Valley. The property enjoys great views of the surrounding mountains and has excellent sun exposure. This lot allows for the preferred downhill design and floor plan for a home.

$1,495,000.00

Approximately: 0.27 Acres

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Home Improvement Projects Are on the Rise

As homeowners spend more time at home, they’re tackling household projects. The top reason for the increase in home improvement spending last year was to make a home better fit “lifestyle needs,” according to “The State of Home Spending: 2020,” a report produced by HomeAdvisor.

Eighty-five percent of Americans surveyed reported spending more time at home since the pandemic, and 63% are noticing more areas in their home that they want to improve as a result.

Since the pandemic, 27% of the homeowners surveyed say they have more outdoor living needs; 40% desire more home entertaining; 50% are evaluating projects so they can better work from home; and 70% are doing more home cooking and looking at kitchen updates. Homeowners say they’re using the savings from no longer commuting to work, taking vacations, or eating out since the pandemic and redirecting those funds to spruce up their home.

The average household spent $13,138 on home services in 2020, up from $9,081 in 2019, according to “The State of Home Spending” report. Broken out, home improvement spending was $8,305; home maintenance spending was $3,192; and home emergency spending was $1,640. Landscaping and cleaning projects were on the rise last year.

The report found four key takeaways based on the survey of homeowners’ new perceptions of their spaces:

  • People are using their homes more, which is causing more wear and tear of existing spaces.
  • More time spent at home, also means more time noticing problems in the home.
  • Americans have started adopting new uses for existing home spaces.
  • Spending substitutions away from other common expenditures and into home services.

Household projects have increased since the pandemic, led by interior painting projects, bathroom remodels, and installing new flooring. Overall, the following were the top 10 household projects in 2020:

  1. Painting
  2. Bathroom remodels
  3. Installing new flooring
  4. Landscaping
  5. Kitchen remodels
  6. Painted exteriors
  7. Smart home device installations
  8. New roofing
  9. Fencing
  10. Installing a deck or porch

 

Source: Homeowners Are on a Home Improvement Spending Spree

 
 
 

78 Prospect Avenue

This sun-drenched lot sits above Park City's Historic District on one of the quaintest streets in Old Town. The property is equivalent to one and a half standard Old Town lots which allow for a two-car garage and a larger home. The property has excellent views of Daly Canyon, the surrounding mountains and Main Street.

$1,195,000.00

Approximately: 0.06 Acres

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National Ability Center

Red, White & Snow
March 4 – 6, 2021

Red, White & Snow is a weekend-long premier wine, culinary and ski event held in Park City, Utah to benefit the National Ability Center. This event assembles the finest chefs and wine makers together to celebrate the best in culinary delights and fine wines. For 17 years, this incredible event has been building a beautiful community of foodies and wine lovers whose generosity continues to change lives and create opportunities for everyone to enjoy outdoor recreation. Now is the time to secure your ticket for our 2021 celebrations. Click here to register.

The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and educational programs.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties are proud supporters of each of our monthly featured non-profit organizations.

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Peterson - Calder Real Estate Group
435-655-8866
peterson-calder@bhhsutah.com
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