Wildflower in Jeremy Ranch
Located just east of Summit Park, the Wildflower area of Jeremy Ranch enjoys a fantastic location, wide-open spaces and enviable views. Roughly equidistant from Park City and Salt Lake City, Wildflower offers something for everyone from families, to business commuters and of course to outdoor enthusiasts. Many residents of Wildflower are in fact all three.
The Wildflower area exudes a sense of neighborly community within a spacious environment. Single family homes and lots sit nestled here among broad expanses of trees and wide open spaces. Lot sizes in Wildflower average approximately ½ acre with plenty of space between homes to accentuate the sense of space. Several Wildflower houses have been named Best in Home houses, featuring a variety of architectural designs ranging from modern to mountain contemporary. Many have especially large decks to take in the impressive views. Most have attached garages and drives as well as handsomely terraced yards. Families of Wildflower can also boast easy access to Park City’s excellent schools for all ages, including nearby Jeremy Ranch Elementary School, Ecker Hill Middle School and Park City High School. All are within an easy drive or bus ride.
Easy access to Park City’s exceptional outdoor activities is a hallmark of the Wildflower neighborhood. With three world-class ski areas all within twenty minutes drive, residents of Wildflower are spoiled by choice among the Canyons resort, Olympic host Park City Mountain Resort and exclusive Deer Valley. Barely twenty minutes in the opposite direction lie prestigious Snowbird and iconic Alta. Gold fans are equally spoiled for choice with nearby Jeremy Ranch Golf Course and the stunning Red Ledges course both within an easy drive. Avid fly fisherman can enjoy the Blue Ribbon Provo River just twenty minutes away in Heber while water activities abound on the even closer Jordanelle Reservoir. Residents of Wildflower can also enjoy a wide range of indoor amenities as well from nearby the fast growing Redstone and Newpark Park areas to historic Main Street’s trendy restaurants, stylish boutiques and many galleries. Heading down the valley in the opposite direction from Summit Park lie all the attractions of urban Salt Lake City from its outstanding range of restaurants to excellent theatres and museums. Not to mention one the nation’s busiest international airports.
Besides its convenient location, sense of space and neighborhood feel, the Wildflower area also offers some of the best values in Park City, attracting as many commuters to Salk Lake as Park City locals.