Snowblaze Unit #208 is a spacious 985 square feet condo completely renovated in 2014, containing 2 bedrooms and 2 renovated bathrooms, sleeping 7+ guests! Totally renovated in November 2013, Unit 208 features stainless steel appliances with full size refrigerator, flat top stove/convention oven, dishwasher, microwave, granite counters, 47" HD LED TV in living room with Blue Ray DVD, Wii, Sony Playstation, two 32" HD Smart TV's in both bedrooms's with DVD's, in-unit large capacity washer/dryer, new & very comfortable beds, high-speed wireless internet, stone shower, 20" Travertine floors, wood-burning fireplace in living room, new carpet/paint, HD cable TV, and a great deck with BBQ grill, dart board, and some views of Park City ski slopes. New bedding topped with Pottery Barn duvet covers includes a NBA King bed in the master bedroom suite, two full bunk beds and twin bed in guest bedroom, and pillow-top air bed for the living room. This premium second floor unit has a great private deck with gas BBQ grill, dart board, table and chairs, and some ski slope views.
This luxury condo is located on the same floor as the ski bridge to Park City Resort and Snowblaze backyard with heated pool, large Jacuzzi, and gas fire pit all in an enclosed outdoor entertainment area overlooking Park City ski slopes. There's Park City Resort views from the deck, which is less than 130 steps away to 4 chair lifts at Park City Resort Center.
Snowblaze is just steps from the historic Main Street as well. Walk to equipment rentals, lift ticket windows and the high-speed Pay Day lift. Even closer is a Park City Transit shuttle stop, providing free transportation to Deer Valley (five minutes) and The Canyons (five minutes) ski areas and shopping. Year-around heated pool is perfect for relaxing after a day on the mountain.
Beyond the ‘Greatest Snow on Earth,’ you'll find the Park City Library with guest cards (3 minute walk); City Park with modern skate park (3 minute walk); nearby grocery, wine/liquor, drug stores and other retail outlets, not to mention art galleries and restaurants galore.