Anyone living in the carefully master-planned subdivision of Cobblestone, located on the eastern edge of Heber City, will tell you it marries the best of all worlds. Sweeping mountain views, community and proximity are at the top of the list of its appeals. Not only is quickly growing Heber City less than a mile away, allowing easy and practical access to its shopping areas, but Cobblestone is also conveniently less than a 20 minute drive to the world-class summer and winter activities of Historic Park City with its shops and outlets, bars and restaurants, galleries and museums, and seasonal concert series.
As a gated subdivision, the Cobblestone neighborhood exudes an inclusive community feel. Comprised entirely of recently built single family homes with attached garages, Cobblestone residents enjoy an enviable sense of space. Under the well-conceived master plan, each landscaped home sits on a spacious quarter-acre lot with front and back yards. Extensive shared spaces include private paved trails mixing running and exercise stations, community tennis and basketball courts, and ball fields as well as pavilions for gatherings such as the annual Easter egg hunt and mid-summer neighborhood parade and picnic. Cobblestone even boasts its own recreational center. While each home displays its own unique architectural design, taken together the homes adhere to a consistent contemporary style with mountain influences often reflected in stucco and rock. A further attraction of the Cobblestone area is its proximity to Heber’s well-regarded public schools which include four K-4 elementary schools, Timpanogos Intermediary School for Grades 5-6, Rocky Mountain Middle School for Grades 7-8 and Wasatch High School. Younger students from Cobblestone are most likely to attend the Old Mill Elementary School which is less than half a mile away.
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Heber Valley offers endless year round outdoor attractions to residents of Cobblestone. Within 20 minutes of Cobblestone are Park City’s three ski and snowboard resorts – each of which is currently ranked among Ski Magazine’s Top Ten Ski Resorts in all of North America. Access to perennially top-ranked Deer Valley could not be easier via the Jordanelle Express gondola, less than a quick ten minute drive away. Equally close is Soldier Hollow, unanimous favorite venue of the 2002 Olympic Games, beloved for its peace and serenity. Cobblestone residents also enjoy convenient access to Heber Valley’s miles and miles of public mountain and valley trails for walking, hiking and mountain biking. More adventurous hiking, biking and camping opportunities await in nearby Wasatch State Park. Avid golf fans from around the world rave over the Heber Valley’s five highly-ranked courses - all located within just a few miles of Cobblestone – two of which lie within Wasatch State Park itself. The infamously challenging Red Ledges golf course is especially close to Cobblestone. Come winter the courses are converted into extensive cross-country skiing trails. Not to be outdone, devoted fly fisherman can enjoy four seasons of Blue Ribbon fishing on the Provo River which meanders its way through the Heber Valley. Three of Utah’s most popular reservoirs also beckon water enthusiasts of all ages: the Jordanelle, Deer Creek and Strawberry all offer exceptional power boating, water skiing stand up paddling and other water sports activities throughout the summer and fall.
With so many attractions, it is a wonder why anyone would leave Cobblestone and the Heber Valley. But when travelling is required, it’s nice to know the thriving urban environment of downtown Salt Lake City and its always reliable international airport lie barely 45 minutes – and one, single stoplight - away.
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