Sleeps 8 in all beds (max occupancy) | Sleeps 8 in 'real' beds | 4 total beds (Click for bedroom detail)
SkyRun Vacation Rentals is proud to offer the perfect vacation home for your next trip to Utah. This beautiful, professionally managed 4 bedroom townhouse, with central heating/air conditioning is less than 10 minutes to Park City, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. Easy access also to Snowbird, Alta, and other area resorts.
This secluded private home is the perfect vacation property for your next trip to Utah, a beautiful 4 bedroom townhouse, with central heating/air conditioning. Less than 10 minutes to Park City, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. Easy access also to Snowbird, Alta, and other area resorts.
This home features several beautiful details that will leave you feeling like you have found your home-away-from-home. Enjoy granite countertops in the kitchen, drip coffee maker, modern and comfortable furnishings throughout the home, and stunning views. There is a communal swimming pool in the quiet, family-friendly neighborhood. (Pool is only open during the Summer Season) This completely upgraded unit has 2 living areas, a luxurious master bedroom, and great views from all windows.
In the kitchen, enjoy mountainous views and stainless steel appliances. The dining table seats up to 6 with a breakfast bar that can seat 3 additional people. The living room is furnished with comfortable couches and a flatscreen TV with cable. In the lower-level lounge, there is another comfortable sofa and flatscreen TV.
The master bedroom features a comfortable king-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with double vanity. The additional 2 bedrooms on this floor feature queen-sized beds. The lower level features a queen-sized bed as well.
Enjoy peace and quiet during your retreat to Park City in style when you book this spacious and comfortable home.
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Access world-class Concierge Services through our partners at Key Concierge!
For this Winter Season, Key Concierge offers an exclusive 10% Discount off ski/snowboard fitting+delivery to our guests!
The master suite has nice mountain views and a great en-suite bathroom.
Bedroom #2 has a queen bed.
Bedroom #3 and #4 have queen beds on the lower level off the lower family room, which has a comfortable sofa.
The Richardson Flats Park and Ride is the perfect spot to leave your vehicle and have the free Park City Bus handle the driving for you. No need to wait in line or pay for parking at the resorts. The Richardsons Flats Park and Ride will be activated for the first time this winter!
Service will start on December 11th, 2022
Busses will come on a 20 Minute Frequency
Hours of service will be 6 AM- 11 PM
The bus will go directly to the Main Street Transit Center and from there you can grab connecting bus to any of the Three Local Ski Resort Bases!
It is 1.5 miles away from your rental and about a 5-minute drive to the parking lot!
Visiting during the summer? There is easy access to several hiking trails, mountain biking, and water activities at the Jordanelle Reservoir.
All guests renting this property must abide by the following rules set forth by the HOA. Any fines assessed to the owner or property manager that are incurred from guests not abiding by these rules will be charged to the guest.
Thank you for your cooperation.This rental unit will accommodate a maximum number of 2 vehicles in the garage and 2 driveway and Unit Occupants are not allowed to park on the streets at any time. No recreational vehicles, including, but not limited to, trailers, RVs, boats, fifth-wheels, or four-wheelers may be parked on any street or driveway within the Subdivision for a period of more than 2 hours for loading and unloading.
Rules and Regulations:
NUISANCE 6.1. No one shall create, maintain, or allow to continue a nuisance in, on, or about the Subdivision. A nuisance includes, but is not limited to: 6.1.1. Any unclean, unhealthy, unsanitary, unsafe, unsightly, untidy, or unkempt condition, or any condition noxious to the senses, including, but not limited to, any condition that emits any foul, unpleasant, or noxious odors, or any condition that causes any unreasonable noise or other unreasonable condition that disturbs, or might disturb, the peace, quiet, safety, comfort, or serenity of another Occupant of the Subdivision; 6.1.2. Actions or activities tending to cause unreasonable embarrassment, discomfort, annoyance, distress, or a disturbance to other Owners, Occupants, guests, invitees, or any employee, agent, invitee, licensee, or representative of the Association, particularly if law enforcement must be called to restore order; 6.1.3. Maintaining any plants, animals, instruments, equipment, machinery, fixtures, devices, items, or things of any sort whose activities or existence is in any way illegal, noxious, dangerous, unsightly, unpleasant, or of a nature as may diminish or destroy the enjoyment of the Subdivision by other Owners, Occupants, guests and invitees; 6 6.1.4. Excessive noise within the Subdivision (beyond normal conversation typical for a residence or residential community), particularly after 10:00 p.m. and before 7:00 a.m. Any noise that is coming from outside a Unit especially from the area of a hot tub, spa, and/or deck during these hours will be presumed to be beyond normal conversation; 6.1.5. Maintaining or creating any excessive noise from any device, including, but not limited to, stereos, televisions, or other electronic devices; 6.1.6. The origination or creation of tobacco smoke that drifts or passes through whatever means into any other Unit or into any part of the Property occupied by other Owners or Occupants in violation of Utah Code Ann. 78B-6-1101; 6.1.7. The failure to regularly remove rubbish, trash, refuse, pet waste, debris, and garbage from a Lot; 6.1.8. The pursuit of hobbies or other activities, including, but not limited to, the assembly and disassembly of motor vehicles and other mechanical devices, which might tend to cause disorderly, unsightly, or unkempt conditions; and 6.1.9. Parking on the street during the winter months or otherwise interfering with the snowplowing or snow removal within the Project or on the roads within the Project. 6.2. The use of firearms and incendiary devices, or the painting of graffiti, within the Subdivision is prohibited, except as otherwise specifically may be allowed by law or for personal defense. The term âfirearmsâ includes, but is not limited to, BB guns, pellet guns, paint guns, sling shots, wrist-rockets, blow-dart guns, rifles, handguns, automatic weapons, and other similar devices of all types. 6.3. The use or operation of any drone in the Subdivision is permitted only in accordance with this section. Before operating any drone or similar unmanned aerial vehicle, the operator must register such drone with the Association. Drones may be used for commercial purposes, such as taking pictures of property to be offered for sale, or to monitor construction. No drone may be used to invade the privacy of any Owner or Occupant or cause a disturbance to any Owner or Occupant. 6.4. All Owners, Occupants, residents, and guests are prohibited from engaging in any type of harassment against other Owners, Occupants, residents, guests, or any employee, agent, invitee, licensee, or representative of the Association. As used in this Section 6.4, harassment includes, but is not limited to, the following behavior: 6.4.1. Conduct, whether verbal or physical, intended to intimidate or threaten an individual or group of individuals due to race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, familial status, marital status, or disability; 6.4.2. Communications that are offensive, abusive, or harmful, including but not limited to, name calling or ad hominem attacks; 6.4.3. Physical violence or other unwanted or offensive physical contact, or threatened physical violence or contact, whether or not the contact causes or was intended to cause bodily harm or injury; 7 6.4.4. Verbal or physical conduct intended to annoy, intimidate, threaten, alarm, embarrass, or coerce; and 6.4.5. Any other conduct that creates a hostile or unsafe environment for Owners, Occupants, guests, or the Associationâs agents, employees, invitees, licensees, or representatives, or otherwise interferes with an Owners use and enjoyment of their Lot. 7. PARKING 7.1. No vehicle may be parked or driven on, or over, any entryways, curbs, lawns, or landscaped areas. No vehicle may be parked on sidewalks or driveway approaches or in front of any mailbox, fire hydrant, trash dumpster, in any fire lane, or in any area marked no parking, tow away, or automatic tow. No vehicle may be parked in such a way as to impede access of emergency equipment, garbage trucks, snow removal equipment, or to impede access to any Unit, sidewalk, driveway approach, or the Property. 7.2. No more than two (2) Owner or long-term rental occupant vehicles per Unit may park on the street overnight between the months of April 16th and October 29th. 7.3. All nightly rental occupants vehicles must be parked in the garage or driveway of the rental unit and may not be parked on the road at any time. 7.4. No vehicles may be parked at the Retreat Master Association Clubhouse overnight or at any other time unless they are using the facility. 7.5. No street parking of any kind is allowed between October 30th and April 15th. 7.6. No recreational vehicles including but not limited to trailers, RVs, boats, fifth-wheels, or four-wheelers may be parked on any street within the Subdivision between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. without prior written permission from the Association. 7.7. All vehicles of any kind parked at the Subdivision must be operable and properly licensed. No disabled or inoperable vehicle may be stored within the Subdivision. If a vehicle becomes disabled with the Subdivision, temporary permission for the storage of the vehicle may be granted by the Board. 7.8. Notice of any alleged parking violations, fines, or warnings issued related to any parking violations may be posted on the vehicle. If appropriate, said notices shall contain a deadline for remedying the violation. Vehicles parked in violation of the Declaration, or these Rules, continuously after the deadline contained in the notice may be towed, impounded, and stored at the vehicle-owners expense. Vehicles may be towed, impounded, and stored at the vehicle owners expense without any notice if a vehicle is parked in any manner that blocks any other Owner or Occupants ability to move in or out of his/her driveway, parking area, or in and out of the Subdivision, or in any manner that the Board, in its sole discretion, determines to be unsafe. The Board and its members shall be indemnified by, and held harmless by, the owner of the vehicle from any loss, damage, or claim caused by, or arising out of, the impounding, towing, or storing of a vehicle pursuant to these rules. 8 8. NOTICE 8.1. Any notice required or permitted to be given to an Owner under the provisions of the Governing Documents shall be in writing and shall be delivered either personally, by mail, or by email to the address registered with the Association or the address used by the Owner to communicate with the Association