Beth McMahon of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Sells Inviting $3,950,000 Home in Park City

Posted by Joe Averett — October 22, 2015

1445536067PARK CITY, UT – Summit Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale of 7400 West Hills Trail in Park City, Utah by Beth McMahon. The original list price was $3,950,000.

"Imagine coming home to an inviting retreat that showcases the majestic mountain setting of Park City, Utah. This thoughtfully designed and finished residence allows you to enjoy all aspects of a true Promontory, Park City experience. Upon entering, you are treated to the magnificent views of the Wasatch ski-mountain range. Located on the 6th Tee Box, this home also enjoys expansive golf views of the signature Dye Canyon golf course. Oversized windows allow not only the fabulous views, but also invite light to illuminate the natural elements found throughout the home. Warm oak flooring and wool carpet, quartzite, granite and limestone countertops, and smooth-hewn alder cabinetry, all with a soothing, warm color palette to help enhance the natural surroundings. The residence enjoys six bedroom suites, generous office, and multiple living and lounge spaces to relax and unwind."

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Contact Beth at 435.649.1884 to schedule a professional consultation, or for more information on this sale and Park City real estate. For more information on Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, visit www.summitsothebysrealty.com.

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