Brian Wilson of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Sells Park City Home Listed for $2,250,000

Posted by Joe Averett — April 8, 2016

1460131641PARK CITY, UT – Summit Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to announce the sale of 3250 Tatanka Trail, Promontory in Park City, Utah by Brian Wilson. The original list price was $2,250,000.

"Live life to its fullest close to Promontory's acclaimed clubhouses with this meticulously maintained and upgraded five bedroom golf retreat. This home offers skybox golf views of holes #10 and #18 on the award winning Pete Dye Canyon Golf Course. Tastefully decorated and offered fully furnished, this home has numerous upgrades and added options built by the Developer. Gorgeous wood floors, heated garage, Chef's kitchen with upgraded Viking Professional Series appliances plus 2 dishwashers, warming drawer and added wine/beverage cooler, walk-in pantry, a 5thbedroom, outdoor fireplace and hot tub, radiant heat plus forced air AC, 2 sets of washer and dryers, bonus study/office area, plantation shutters, and much more. Great quality, terrific location, and superb views makes this one of Promontory's most attractive homes available!"

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​Contact Brian 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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