690 Lazy Way

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  • $ $1,750,000
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  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 4
  • Sq Ft: 3,638
  • Lot Sq Ft: 0.500 acres
  • Acres: 0.500

Be the first to own this contemporary masterpiece in Frontier Acres, a new neighborhood with 11 homesites in Francis located in the plains of the south Kamas Valley. Referred to as the ”Gateway to the Uinta Mountains,” the valley combines the rural lifestyle with fields and mountain views and the convenience of outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting. Mirror Lake Highway through the Uinta National Forest is 5 minutes away while urban centers are also easily accessible with a 20-minute drive to the new Deer Valley portal, a 25-minute drive to Park City and the route to Salt Lake City is 45 minutes. The recently completed Morgan model home offers a luxurious and convenient floor plan on two levels drafted by the a|911 architectural firm and interiors by K. Rocke Design. The spacious main level flows beautifully for the adventurous lifestyle from the 3-car garage, mud room, and laundry room into beautiful living spaces. Soaring vaulted ceilings, large windows, a double-sided gas fireplace, and hardwood floors accent the great room. The main level primary bedroom features privacy with a spa bathroom and exclusive patio. An office/guest bedroom and full bath provide flexibility. The upper level is designed with a family room along with three bedrooms. Pave the way to the outdoors from this new exciting neighborhood with the potential to build an additional shed for recreational vehicles and gear in your backyard. No governing HOA in Frontier Acres. Great income opportunity for nightly rentals.

Price:$$1,750,000
Address:690 Lazy Way
City:Francis
County:Summit
State:Utah
Zip Code:84036
Subdivision:Frontier Acres
MLS:12303889
Year Built:2023
Square Feet:3,638
Acres:0.500
Lot Square Feet:0.500 acres
Bedrooms:5
Bathrooms:4
Half Bathrooms:2
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