It is likely that the pyramid style home was built between 1889-1900 while the property was under the ownership of Edwin Kimball, a stagecoach entrepreneur. He gave it to his sons, who had formed the Kimball Investment Company, in 1918. They owned several properties in town, including their livery stable, which was located where the Kimball Arts Center was at the corner of Park & Heber Avenues. It's long and storied existence continues as a residence in the Parkwood Place Townhomes. On the surface they look and live like single family homes. Most are unaware of the massive underground parking structure that lies beneath the 8 residences of Parkwood Place. This special feature connects the homes underground where each residence then has a private, oversized, 2 car garage found nowhere else in Old Town Park City. The location and charm is obvious while the masterful modernization and livability of this home must be experienced. There is only one - 811 Park Avenue! Video Link - https://youtu.be/5x4P28RytmM
Listing courtesy of BHHS Utah Properties - SV.