“Old Town” is the ideal Park City location, close to shopping, dining, and nightlife on popular Main Street. The Charles V. Jenkins House is a historic home, built circa 1889 and is architecturally significant as one of the most common homes built during Park City’s mining boom era. The site was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. It is 200 steps from the Town Lift, leading to Park City, the largest ski resort in North America (formerly Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons). The home is the perfect culmination of historic charm with modern amenities, ski and mountain bike tourism, and the downtown Park City lifestyle.
- 1 block to Main St.
- 2 blocks to High West Distillery, Mustang, and Prime Steakhouse and Piano Bar.
- 200 steps to Town Lift to largest ski resort in North America.
- 37 miles from Salt Lake International Airport.