PARK CITY HORSE PROPERTY
A unique timberframe home on 27 acres
Room to Roam
The property is 27 acres of hilly pasture and oak brush.  The entire perimeter is fenced, and about 23 acres of it is cross-fenced, so the livestock can't climb up on the deck. 

There is a small pond in the south-east corner, and a total of eight acre-feet of water rights provide for its use for irrigation and stock water.  Through the summer, there's abundant grass for as many as ten horses. 

Culinary water is provided by a 300-foot deep well; you won't get a bill from the water company here.  A brand-new pump was installed in 2014.

The big (30x40) red barn  is used now as an equipment shed (the property comes with a 4x4 Ford pickup with snow plow) and toy chest, but horse stalls could be built into it. 

There is an equestrian/pedestrian easement from the south-east corner to a road and trail system that can take you as far back into the Uinta mountains as you care to travel.  The National Forest that begins just up the dirt road stretches all the way east to Wyoming.  A nearby equestrian development called High Star Ranch offers opportunities for more horsing around, as well as a possible destination for trail rides. 

Wildlife to be seen on the property includes plenty of deer, occasional moose, foxes, coyotes, both rabbits and hares, sandhill cranes, grouse, waterfowl, and more. 


View of the house and east up into the Uinta foothills.  The Uintas are the only major range of the Rockies that run from east to west, and this is the very western end.  National Forest begins on the other side of the ridge.


Looking south-west across the Kamas Valley.  The Jordanelle Reservoir is just over the hills on the left and Park City is just over the hills in the center.  With such expansive views to the west, this property specializes in sunsets.
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