words and images by: Scot Zimmerman Old Town Park City looked very different when Barbara Kuhr and John Plunkett arrived in town in the early 1990s. Despite warnings from locals passing by on the street who tried to discourage them from investing in the old homes, they acted on the potential they saw in the…
Right about now dahlias are strutting their stuff in Utah’s most striking gardens.
This week I am thinking about getting out of the car and walking. A photo shoot of two units in Nirvana, Lane Myers’s (Lane Myers Construction) development of soon to be eight carefully constructed custom homes in lower Old Town Park City, triggered these thoughts.
Homeowners Stephanie and Todd Santiago enlist talented pros to help create a modern family residence that is as spectacular as the lush, sprawling site.
Monday is Pioneer Day, the day Utahns jubilantly celebrate the arrival of the first settlers, those brave souls who trekked over a thousand miles to make a home in the wild Western lands.
Built in 1956, the modern home discreetly nestles into the lushly landscaped Federal Heights property.
Scott Jaffa, architect, of the Jaffa Group in Park City recently tackled updating one of these homes on the Park Meadows Golf Course.
This luxury residence at 160 White Pine Canyon Mountain Road in Park City offers stunning architecture, sprawling room-to-room design and jaw-dropping mountain views that extend for miles. Most recently listed at $8,995,000, it will go to the highest bidder on July 8 at 11 a.m. MST.
Builder Ezra Lee transforms a recycled shipping container into his boys’ backyard clubhouse.
An assignment to photograph a new contemporary home took me to Glenwild, a gated development near Park City with a golf course and clubho