Marny Schlopy, Brigid Flint and Michelle Eastman of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Sell $3,500,000 Park City Home

Posted by Joe Averett — November 12, 2015

1447360602PARK CITY, UT – Summit Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale of 711 West 5200 North in Park City, Utah by Marny Schlopy, Brigid Flint and Michelle Eastman. The original list price was $3,500,000.

"This stunning home is located in the Old Ranch Road area, one of Park City's most desirable, private neighborhoods. Magnificent views of Wasatch Back and all three ski areas along with the wetlands, agricultural lands and equestrian meadows with foxes, Sandhill cranes, hawks and more. Entirely remodeled with a photovoltaic system, plumbing, paint, lighting, Lo-E energy efficient windows and insulation. As you step inside, you'll be captivated by the open floor plan, anchored by floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the home with natural light, and frame the mesmerizing views. Enjoy the benefits of how the gourmet kitchen flows with ease into the indoor and outdoor social areas makes this a perfect setting for entertaining. With private access to Willow Creek trails for running, biking and walking this home has something for everyone."

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Contact Marny, Brigid or Michelle 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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