Sotheby’s Realtor Scott Maizlish Touts the Merits of Park City Living

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Utah Realtor and longtime Park City resident Scott Maizlish, of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, lists the top five reasons to live in Park City.

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No other mountain town has so much to offer, and the proximity to Salt Lake is unrivaled. It’s an easy getaway. In fact, Park City is located just 35 minutes up I-80 from Salt Lake City International Airport.

From the world-famous Sundance Film Festival to world-class skiing, Park City has something for everyone. In fact, in 2016, Park City was named “America’s Favorite Town” by Travel + Leisure.

“It truly is a world-class destination,” said Realtor Scott Maizlish, of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, who specializes in the finest homes in Park City's multi-faceted communities.

Maizlish, who for 20 years has connected individuals and families with idyllic homes to match their unique lifestyles, lists the following five reasons to live in Park City:

No. 1: Location. “Park City is conveniently located near Salt Lake City, Provo, and Ogden for an easy commute to work. It also has a world-class international airport, with a Delta hub, and everything else in regards to mountain recreation,” noted Maizlish. “No other mountain town has so much to offer, and the proximity to Salt Lake is unrivaled. It’s an easy getaway. In fact, Park City is located just 35 minutes up I-80 from Salt Lake City International Airport.”

No. 2: Schools. Park City has 13 quality schools. According to Zillow, one of the highest rated schools is Park City High School, which is rated 8.

No. 3: Weather. Park City weather has low humidity year round and numerous days of sunshine. “In summer, one can enjoy mild days and light late into the evening, with no mosquitos,” stated Maizlish. “And in the winter there is plenty of snow to accommodate our world-class skiing.”

No. 4: Price: “Park City is more affordable compared to other ski towns, like Jackson Hole, Aspen, Vail and Tahoe, and offers a greater selection. No other town has a major city 20 minutes away,” stressed Maizlish. “With Vail’s Epic Pass, and Deer Valley being in the new IKON Pass family, our skiing is more affordable than ever!”

No. 5: Events. “Park City hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including the famous Sundance Film Festival,” concluded Maizlish. “Summer time has lots to offer as well, with live music nightly. It also hosts the popular Park City Food and Wine Classic and the Deer Valley Music Festival. Mountain Town Music provides hundreds of free shows every year at various venues around the Park City area.”

About Scott Maizlish, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty
Scott Maizlish is part of the most influential network of luxury real estate buyers and sellers in the world. Scott specializes in the finest homes in Park City communities and resorts, such as Park Meadows, Deer Valley, Vail Resorts, Empire Pass, The Colony, Promontory, and the Montage. For more information, please call (435) 901-4309, or visit http://www.scottmaizlish.com.

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