Have you been to Red Ledges? I had not been out there since winter and I wanted to check out their new 14,000 square foot clubhouse. I heard Utah Governor Gary Herbert presided over the recent grand opening of the new Clubhouse. Here is a photo of the Clubhouse I snapped with my iPhone. (All the photos on this blog were taken with my iPhone).
What is Red Ledges?
Red Ledges is a premier private recreational mountain community in Heber Valley, Utah, featuring:
- an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course
- the Jim McLean Golf School
- the Cliff Drysdale Tennis School
- an extensive equestrian program
- a swim and fitness club
- two private member ski lounges in Deer Valley
Spanning nearly 2,000 acres in Utah’s Wasatch mountain range, Red Ledges offers 1,200 estate homesites and thoughtfully designed homes with dramatic views of the unique red rock formations and surrounding Rocky Mountain peaks. Red Ledges is co-owned by managing owner, M. Anthony Burns, chairman emeritus of the board of directors of Ryder System, Inc., and Nolan D. Archibald, Executive Chairman of Stanley Black & Decker. Their office is located on Center Street in Heber City. I clocked 15 miles from Red Ledges to my office at Sotheby’s on Park Avenue, in the heart of Park City.
Red Ledges is a nice alternative from the other Park City area golf/country clubs. About 80% of the 75 existing homes are second homes. The community is growing rapidly, with another 45 homes in design review and 25 more in the planning stages. The vibe at Red Ledges is low key. Homesites range in price from $195,000-$800,000, with a few spectacular sites topping $1 million. Owners hail from all over the country, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Houston, Orlando and of course Park City!
New Communities Within Red Ledges
Red Ledges has a couple of new communities that interest me. The first is the Club Cabins. These may be purchased fully furnished and start at just $795,000. They are walking distance to the Golf Clubhouse, which will be developed next year. I like the distinctive red rock featured on the exterior. The interior of the Club Cabin I viewed was gorgeous, with high-end finishes and wonderful views of the famous Red Ledges the community was named for.
Another neighborhood of interest is Juniper Hills. This neighborhood features architect Michael Upwall’s signature mountain contemporary designs, with open floor plans and walls of windows. These homes range in size from 3,500 to 5,500 square feet and feature panoramic views.
Red Ledges has very reasonable golf membership deposits and dues. And, because its elevation is lower than Park City, golfers can usually squeeze in a 6-month season.
If you would like to learn more about Red Ledges, please contact me and I’ll be delighted to show you around—with the help of my trusted Red Ledges contact, Will Ott. Will represents the developer and I represent my client’s interests. Red Ledges is a solid community that should not be overlooked!