The Village at the Shores - Condos for Sale

The Village at The Shores is a new development on the west-side of Jordanelle Reservoir. Once completed the Villages at The Shores will consist of forty-four condominium residences. They are being build in four phases. Currently they are building the Village at The Shores Cedar Edition which is a 12 unit, three-level condominium complex. Each residence features three bedrooms and two baths.

All condominium residences at the Village at The Shores are equipped with Viking appliances; hardwood floors in the kitchen, living room and entry; granite, stone and tile in the kitchen and bathrooms; beautiful alder cabinets and doors; an energy-efficient furnace and water heater and a full-stone fireplace. Each condo will be assigned one underground parking space and elevators will connect to the upper floor units. Both nightly and long term rentals are allowed.

The Village at The Shores is a less than a three-minute drive from the Deer Valley Jordanelle Gondola and the Jordanelle Marina. Highway 40 allows easy access to Heber/Midway, Park City and Salt Lake City. 
Many exciting changes are planned for the Jordanelle area. Deer Valley wants to connect more lifts to the area  for an even easier access to the ski resort. In addition to that, a golf course is planned to be added as well as 2 schools. Click here to see the master plan. *Subject to change

Insure that you have the best representation when buying and/or selling real estate in the Park City area. Contact Real Estate Expert Steve Blankenship at 435-640-6966 or email for more information about the Villages at The Shores development.


Below you can view the condos for sale at the Village at The Shores at Jordanelle.

Listings are updated daily from the Park City MLS and are from all brokerages.

Village at the Shores - Condos for Sale

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