The design was inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, and perfected by Utah native and design pioneer in our area, Mike Upwall. Regardless of the label we apply, these homes deliver on Wright’s idea that a home should be “of” the mountain not “on” the mountain. Large window and open floor plans seamlessly integrate Utah’s nature into your living experience.
Yes, building contemporary does cost more, approximately $400/SF and up. The clean lines and open living spaces, in contemporary architecture demand hidden beams. This causes engineers and architects to design with more structural steel, which results in a more expensive structure even before any of the finishes are selected. No trim is used to transition materials in this design which makes the process much more difficult and requires true craftsmen to accomplish the seamless clean lines.
No, these are residences designed to the highest standard, but then turned over to the owner to live in them as they see fit. Our interior designer, Michele King would be pleased to work with any buyer to create a furniture package that fits there unique tastes and fits into the space as designed.
A flat roof is a great design in ski country if the home has been designed to support the extra weight of the snow. When designed properly it reduces the amount of snow and ice that can slide off the roof causing problems below. It can also add insulation value to the home and look beautiful in the winter.
The shared wall in each duplex is a concrete barrier between the two residences from foundation to roof.
- Grass roof with integrated drainage and irrigation. The look is fantastic with native grasses and flowers and the functionality makes well worth the effort.
- Heated bathroom floors – Our homes are conditioned using a forced air heating and air conditioning system. However, nothing makes waking up better than heated bathroom tile floors when the winter chill is trying to keep you in bed.
- Integrated motorized sun/night shades – These motorized shades bring privacy and reduce the glare of the sun at the touch of a button.
- Heated drive and garage – Keeping the snow in its place when you have a second home can be challenging. Heated driveways and garage floors ensure that you home remains accessible even when you are out of town.
There are a total of 37 total residences consisting of 4custom homes, 13 detached townhome residences, and 20 duplex townhome residences.
There are a total of 2 custom homes and 10 townhomes complete or near completion. An additional 6 residences in phase II are starting construction as we speak.
From first shovel of dirt to owner move-in, each home takes approximately 1 year to complete.
This means they are not condominiums and don’t have an condominium association. However, the collection of residences is part of a Home Owners Association which funds the cost of snow removal, maintenance of roads, bridge, trails, landscaping and water feature within the neighborhood, as well as escrowing money for exterior maintenance of each building. The current fee is $318 per month and is billed quarterly.
Yes, rental of your property is allowed with a minimum 3 night stay.
Property taxes are currently either 0.8631% of value as a second home or 0.8631% of 55% of value if the property is declared a Primary Residence by the owner.
Land has been allocated and reserved near the entry bridge that could accommodate a clubhouse, pool, and postal boxes. This space will be owned by the HOA and can be developed by the owners according to what they believe will enhance their ownership. There are other options within the area for fitness, ski valet and pool.
Yes, the model residence located at 4840 Enclave, Park City, UT 84098 15 is open 7 days per week from 1PM to 5PM, or we would be happy to meet you anytime with your customer to tour.
Buyers interested in Phase II residences will take delivery in Winter 2016.
Each buyer will be given a complete design package to review during their due diligence period detailing every finish throughout the home. Once the Buyer has committed to the property, the Seller will work with the Buyer to make alterations to the plans at the Buyers expense.
The Enclave at Sun Canyon residences include the highest quality finishes and appointments.
Stone and cedar Siding with Heavy Timber Accent Open Metal Railings
Heated Garage Floor with Epoxy Finish and Drain Heated Entry and Driveway
Open Wood and Metal Staircases on Main Floor
Gas Fireplaces in Great Room Master and Family Room Custom 8′ Doors
Wood and Natural Stone Floors
Wet Bar with Raised Zebra Wood Counter and Floating Shelves
Lower Level Laundry Room
Built Out Closets
30″ Thermador Induction Range
Stainless Steel Hood
Stainless Steel Sink
Island Prep Counter with Under Cabinet Lighting (Granite and Quartzite Countertop Options)
Kohler Faucets, Toilets and Shower Heads
Euro Style Frameless Shower Door
Adjacent Walk-in Closet with Washer/Dryer Hookups
Wood Flooring in Great Room and Kitchen
Natural Stone and Porcelain Flooring in Bathrooms, Foyer, and Mud Room Areas Carpeted Family Room and Bedrooms
Heating & Air Conditioning
High Efficiency Forced Air Systems Digital Thermostats
Heated Floors in Bathrooms
Pre-Wired Audio/Video and Security Pre-Wired Cat 5
Optional Smart Home Package
Floor to Ceiling Glass Windows and Doors Metal Clad Wood Frame
Low E, Double Thermo Pane Glazing
Black Out Shades Optional
The 68 acres behind the Enclave at Sun Canyon development were purchased by the developer Steve Urry and donated to the nature conservancy. As a result, Enclave residents will enjoy unobstructed views and a half mile of private trails linking to Rob’s trail and Park City’s Mid Mountain trail system. Most of the area behind the development is wooded, providing hikers and bikers with acres of shaded trails to enjoy in the summer and challenging terrain for snowshoeing in the winter.
Synergy Construction will provide a one year limited builder warranty on all material and workmanship, commencing on the date of close of escrow.