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Exclusive Deer Valley homes on display in annual Park City event
First Published Aug 06 2013 11:00 am • Last Updated Aug 06 2013 04:04 pm

Seven posh houses will be open for public viewing during a luxury home tour in Park City on Saturday.

The homes are in the Deer Crest development of Deer Valley, according to the Park City Board of Realtors Philanthropic Foundation, the tour sponsor.

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The event begins with the first bus departing the Jordanelle Gondola parking lot at 8:30 a.m. The tour ends at 6 p.m. Private vehicles are not allowed in Deer Crest.

Registration is mandatory. Tickets are $50 in advance and $55 on the day of the tour. Purchase tickets online at www.luxuryhometour.org. Proceeds will be donated to the Peace House and other nonprofit organizations.

The seven homes "have been designed and built by some of the nation’s most renowned architects and designers and many of Utah’s most revered builders," according to the real estate group.




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