Deer Mountain UT Homes & Real Estate
Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Deer Mountain, UT.
Located just minutes from Highway 40 and State Route 248, Deer Mountain is a great location for those looking to be close to Park City with the ease of commuting to Salt Lake or Provo. But easy access is just part of the equation of living at Deer Mountain. It’s the views that most residents would say are the BEST part of living there!
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Just above the Jordanelle Reservoir, tucked away on the bench is home to homes and townhomes. Deer Mountain has a varied offering of both!
You will find large estate-style home sites that vary from just over 2 to 28 acres and typical building lots from .25 to half acre.
Homes in Deer Mountain range in size from approx 3000 square feet to over 7000 square feet. Living hillside provides many opportunities for either view or privacy.
There are a limited number of townhomes in Deer Mountain. Towards the entry and the lower side of the neighborhood, you will find 2 and 3-bedroom condos from just under 1400 square feet to approx 1900 square feet.
Living at Deer Mountain provides quick access to the Park City Hospital, USSA Center for Excellence, Park City Film Studio, and more at Quinns Junction.
Residents have a hard time deciding what awesome recreational things to do while living at Deer Mountain. Access to world-class skiing is less than 15 minutes away, blue ribbon fly fishing on the Provo River or shopping Historic Main Street. Heading up to the Uinta Mountains via the Mirror Lake Highway is always a welcome departure from the Park City lifestyle.