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MLS #: 1042524
6916 E 1325 N
Huntsville, UT 84317
This 2-Story Conventional style Single Family Home built in 2006 has 4 bedroom(s), 6.00 bath(s) and is approximately 8132 sq. ft. Rooms include: Flr 1 Family Room / Den, Flr 1 Kitchen Dining, Flr 1 Bar Dining, Flr 1 Semi Formal Dining, Flr 1 Laundry, Flr 2 Family Room / Den, Bsmt Kitchen Dining, Bsmt Bar Dining, Bsmt Semi Formal Dining, Bsmt Laundry. Other features include: Bath-Sep Tub/Shower, Kitchen-Second, Oven-Double, Oven-Gas, Vaulted Ceilings. See tour WOW!!!
Darin and his family relocated to the Ogden Valley after falling in love with the beautiful area and community. Darin Mich'l brings a track record of over 20 years in the residential and commercial real estate markets and also posseses an unwavering commitment to his customers, friends and neighbors. As an Owner of Provident Partners Realty Darin has invested his family's future in the local community.
Ogden City and Ogden Valley are divided by the Ogden Canyon a total of 8 miles through this beautifully scenic canyon Scenic Byway (waterfalls and hot springs and high mountain cliffs) through the Wasatch Mountains. Quite possibly the most picturesque drive in all of Utah. Either direction, it’s a quick 15 minute drive. The Ogden Valley is an unspoiled rural area that has little development and mild commercial zoning that retains the charm that has gone by with eras past of so many mountain resort communities. The regions many amenities include restaurants, coffee shops, clothing stores, interior decorators, gift shops, ski shops, hardware store, grocery store, etc are local to the valley and accessible in a couple minutes. If you need a Home Depot , Costco or shopping mall they are only 20 minutes from Snow Basin, Wolf Creek Or Powder Mountain. The City and the Valley are completely opposite of each other, yet remain connected in terms of amenity sharing – the city has the hustle and bustle, along with an immense amount of great shopping & dining. The Ogden Valley has endless recreational offerings. The connection is perfect – 20 minutes of separation, yet a huge degrees of difference.
When in the Ogden Valley, you would never guess that Ogden and Salt Lake city are as close as they are, 15 minutes and one hour respectively. The Salt Lake City International Airport within an hour’s drive, with hundreds of non-stop flights to every major worldwide destination.
The Valley includes three townships, Huntsville, Eden and Liberty. Eden is the host each August to the Ogden Valley Balloon Festival and Wolf Creek Utah’s Music in the Mountains summer concert series including the Utah Symphony. Snowbasin Resort is open for summer concerts, mountain biking, hiking and dining and hosts two XTERRA events annually, where the country’s most Amazing and talented triathletes and snow sports athletes compete for status in one of the most prestigious major athletic events. It is truly endless what you can do here. The best of every conceivable Outdoor Sport or recreation is within minutes.
Powder Mountain was ranked #1 by SKI Magazine for snow and Snowbasin #1 for lifts and service last season. There's also Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort which is Local ski hill where thousands of local Utah residents took their first run. An affordable and a great place to learn to ski, board, mountain bike or just sit and soak up the suns rays.
Snowbasin is very renown for its Olympic quality runs and high end affordable ski resort amenities.
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"We think we can do something great here," said Summit’s 27-year-old founder and CEO, Elliott Bisnow, noting the new owners have jettisoned previous plans to transform Powder Mountain with close to 4,000 dwelling units.
"Our footprint will be more modest," he added — 500 homes in a horseshoe around a village on the resort’s east side, not visible from Powder Mountain’s main facilities.
"I fell in love with every single thing you heard about the character of Powder Mountain and what it stood for. It was the last undeveloped resort," Bisnow said of his first trip to the upper Ogden Valley ski area in July 2011. "I thought, ‘What if we could take this resort and preserve what it is?’ " Bisnow took his idea to the Summit team, who bought into the concept.
"We’re not trying to shake things up but enhance what’s here," said Thayer Walker, a Summit partner. "If we do things in a smart, incremental, sustainable fashion, we can preserve Powder Mountain’s character for years."
That’s because Summit’s mission is different than most companies, said co-founder Jeff Rosenthal. "We’re looking for a return on community rather than a return on investment."
Source: Incoming Powder Mountain owners to enhance resort - Standard Examiner
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At PPR, we represent our real estate clients diligently and honestly. We truly do care about the community and know that what happens today effects relationships, lives and business tomorrow. We promote positive growth in the community and will be forthright, fair and loyal. Anyone that knows or has worked with our agents, know that we’re STRAIGHT SHOOTERS. It’s at the core of our business philosophy.
Ski, Hike, or Enjoy the Pineview lake and ski resorts Snowbasin Powder Mountain in the Ogden Valley Vacationers to the Ogden Valley can take advantage of world-class skiing or snowboarding in the winter, or mountain and water activities in the spring and summer.
Farmland in Utah is chiefly concentrated in the area west of the Wasatch Front, where soils are fertile and streams and rivers from the mountains provide water. In addition, there are productive farming areas in the river valleys. Nearly three-fifths of the non-federal land in Utah is rangeland used for livestock grazing. This has helped make beef and dairy production very important. In 1999 the sale of livestock and livestock products accounted for 75 percent of the farm income earned in Utah.