You want to really live the Park City life? Step into the Dr. William Bardsley House. Originally built in 1888, this large home on nearly three full Old Town lots is four blocks from the Town Lift, one block down to the myriad restaurants and bars of Main Street, and a short walk in ski boots from the Quittin’ Time ski run. But sit on the covered wraparound front porch, soak up the home’s Victorian accents and steep gables, and you’re right back in Park City’s mining days. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Landmark Historical Building in the Historic District, properties like this one aren’t available any longer. The Bardsley House is currently divided into four beautiful apartments, along with a garage/workshop and common laundry cellar framed by original exposed rock. One of the property’s lots is open, a true rarity in Old Town. This place can be whatever you want it to be, while at the same time giving a nod to everything that Park City was.

Overview

  • SubdivisionOLD TOWN
  • StyleStories: 2
  • Year Built1888
  • RoofingAsphalt, Composition, Metal
  • HeatingGas: Radiant, Hot Water
  • WaterCulinary
  • Sewer/SepticSewer: Connected

Features

  • InteriorDisposal, Range: Gas
  • ViewMountain(s)
  • Security
  • Floor CoveringsCarpet, Vinyl, Travertine
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