Premier Park City Ranch Slated for Sept. 14 Auction

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor A premier 214-acre Park City residential property is set for a Sept. 14 date with the auctioneer. Located near Park City along a half-mile stretch of the Weber River, RiverBend Ranch was originally priced at $29 million, according to Concierge Auctions. The property features fenced pastures, trails and hillside ranges, [...]

A premier 214-acre Park City residential property is set for a Sept. 14 date with the auctioneer. Located near Park City along a half-mile stretch of the Weber River, RiverBend Ranch was originally priced at $29 million, according to Concierge Auctions.

The property features fenced pastures, trails and hillside ranges, with living accomodations provided by a 16,800-square-foot residence. Paul Benson, an agent handling the auction for Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, said that while zoning restrictions prevent the construction of homes closer within 100 feet of the river, a grandfather clause allowed construction of the house only steps away from the river.

High-end furnishings and art will also be included in the auction. The residence includes eight separate bedrooms, each with its own private deck and patio; nine bathrooms, a theater that can hold up to 20 people, four laundry centers and an art studio.

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