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Mitt Romney returns to Park City with purchase of $8M mansion
Real estate » Family first bought mansion in the area in 1990s.
First Published Oct 07 2013 02:58 pm • Last Updated Feb 14 2014 11:35 pm

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney is returning to the Park city real estate market with the purchase of a mansion in Deer Valley.

The Park Record reports that a house on Silver Lake Drive has been sold to a firm called Deer Valley SR, LLC, which identifies Ann Romney, Mitt Romney’s wife, as its manager.

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The house and the land it sits on is valued at $3.7 million. Estimated property taxes in 2013 are $33,648.36, according to the Summit County Assessor’s Office. The house had been listed for $8.9 million.

The Romneys owned property in Park City from 1995 to 2009.

To read the Park Record’s full story, click here.




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