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prospector Real Estate

The Prospector neighborhood in Park City, Utah is a charming and vibrant area that showcases a mix of historic charm and modern convenience. With home prices ranging from $290,000 to $4.4M, and rentals from $1.75K to $13.5K, the area offers a wide variety of housing options. Residents describe Prospector as a peaceful and safe place to live, with close proximity to banks, grocery stores, hospitals, schools, and restaurants. Public transportation, particularly the city-wide bus route, is readily available, making commute convenient​. From a cultural perspective, Prospector has transformed from what was once considered the industrial outskirts of Park City into a residential neighborhood full of Victorian, funky, and modern homes. The community has an authentic, year-round charm and is home to bike-riding school kids and local establishments ranging from newspaper offices to juice bars. The public school campus, along with nonprofits Kimball Art Center and Park City Museum’s Education & Collection Center, further cement the local feel of the area​. Outdoor activities are aplenty in Prospector, thanks to the 28-mile Rail Trail that cuts through the area. The trail, perfect for cycling or walking, runs from Echo Reservoir to Old Town. The area's interconnected trails and the Prospector Loop offer excellent options for mountain biking. The Silver Mountain’s pool and fitness facility, as well as Enlighten Wellness yoga classes, provide additional opportunities for fitness. The annual Autumn Aloft hot air balloon festival is a must-visit event in the area​​. The neighborhood is also a food lover's delight, with a variety of eateries. Whether you're craving lobster from Freshies, lunch from Salt Box, a burrito from Alberto’s, pizza from Este, mahimahi tacos from Sammy’s Bistro, beer from Offset Bier, or a burger from Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive, Prospector has it all. White Pine Touring offers bike tune-ups and trail tips, adding to the neighborhood's bike-friendly reputation​. Prospector Park and New Prospector Park are key landmarks in the neighborhood, offering play equipment, picnic tables, shade, and a bike path that connects to the Rail Trail. The New Prospector Park, in particular, features an arch climbing boulder and has benches and a drinking fountain, even for your dog​.
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