When the subdivision was created in the early 1950's, the developer chose this lot as one of his favorites and built his summer home. Clearly he chose the best lot for himself. Located near the entrance to Summit Park for easy year round access. A major redesign was undertaken to transform the initial design. Over $130,000 has already been spent on site preparation, excavation, concrete work and building permit. Full building plans and drawings are available. The property has a shared entry with 221 Parkview Drive or lot SU-A-15A-AM. An easement has been recorded on the plat defining the shared access in written form as of May of 2017.The county currently requires a plat amendment with a visual representation of the easement before issuing a building permit. A building permit was previously issued and the project went as far as completing the site preparation, driveway reinforcement, footings and foundations.The Summit County Board of Health ordered the foundation to be covered with clean compacted fill to avoid any health and safety hazards resulting from the open foundation.34 loads of fill were imported onto the property from another construction project in Summit Park and used to fill in the foundation. The buried foundation could be uncovered and used as a base for a new project. Survey available along with 3 sets of building plans, fire department inspection fee $610 already paid as well as a disturbed ground bond of $2,200.
Listing courtesy of KW Park City Keller Williams.