After a long day at the hospital, wouldn't it be nice to come home to many peoples’ dream vacation? Park City sits in the middle of 3 ski resorts and 400 miles of bike trails, but is still only 30 minutes from Salt Lake. Jeremy Ranch, Pinebrook, and Snyder’s Mill are popular neighborhoods with Salt Lake commuters. The mild, bug free summers make outdoor entertaining a breeze and the skiing will keep your guest room booked in the winter. There is no upper limit to the high end properties, but the median price is $729,000 as of March 2016.
Breakfast at No Worries Cafe in Summit Park is a great way to start the day, and sitting on the patio at The Eating Establishment on Main Street is a great way to finish one. Sundance Film Festival brings all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and really brings this little mountain town to life, but if you are worried about traffic, Uber brings in a helicopter.
Throughout the years we have had many medical professionals wanting to live in Park City once they come to visit live. Many residents find they will have to wait a few years before they can relocate to Park City but we have had numerous folks calls us back 5 years later and tell us they are ready to make the purchase. Park City is expensive and resort like atmosphere but still affordable when compared to Vail or Aspen. Other who don't wish to live here full time will buy a condo right at the ski resort areas just to have a fun retreat in the mountains.
Park City Medical Center is the main hospital in town; https://intermountainhealthcare.org/locations/park-city-medical-center/ and the school district is Park City School District.