About this listing
I have spent years restoring this historic home and have created a beautiful and comfortable space. I invite you into my home to enjoy what it offers you!
I restored this historic house myself so there is a lot of love put into it. My home is very warm and inviting and you will have the entire space including the ample fenced yard to yourself. I have a great passion for interior spaces, I have imparted a welcoming and interesting place to spend time.
A stone patio under wisteria growing on a pergola houses a large table for dining outside.
Access to internet, netflix, off street parking.
There are two locked rooms and two additional rooms that have personal items stored and are not to be used.
Interaction with Guests
I am available to help you during your stay, whether you need a restaurant reference or help renting skis, I am happy to assist via phone or email.
Location is great for ski trips and is a less expensive alternative to staying at the resorts.
The house is also one block from the University of Utah and is in the University Historic District. Right around the corner from several restaurants; Vietnamese, fish market, burger joint, Greek, Mexican, coffee shops, banks etc...
With a rental car, you are 30-45 minutes from Park City, Canyons, Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, Solitude etc...
Buses stop across the street to go downtown (5 minutes) or at the corner to go south along the east side, light rail is about a 10 minute walk the station stop.
No parties or outside guests. Buy own food and toiletries. Please observe quiet time between 10pm-9am and keep noise to a minimum at other times. This is to be respectful to my neighbors, who are good friends and will keep an eye on everything.
About the Host, Carol
I am a writer and photographer for a local magazine, I also manage four vacation properties in Naples, Florida and Park City, Utah. I'm an animal advocate and usually have a stable of animals living with me. I love to travel and have lived and/or traveled all over the world. I speak passable Italian but wouldn't be able to keep up a philosophical conversation in it, unless it regarded food...