Stein Collection Announces The New Stein Eriksen Estates

Stein Collection Announces The New Stein Eriksen Estates

Discerning homebuyers now have the opportunity to build their custom dream home in the heart of Deer Valley Resort in an exclusive, private gated reserve, known as Stein Eriksen Estates. The newest member of Stein Collection, Stein Eriksen Estates couples distinguished homesites with the legendary Five-Star service and amenities of an authentic Stein’s experience. Lots are available now and construction can begin in the spring of 2021 in this new development.

“Stein Eriksen Estates provides an opportunity for homebuyers to fully immerse themselves in the Stein Eriksen experience by planting their roots right here in Deer Valley’s breathtaking landscape,” said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Collection. “We are excited to introduce this newest venture of Stein Collection offerings.” 

The planned residential community is adorned with mature trees and views overlooking Park City, Historic Main Street, and the scenic Jupiter Peak of the Wasatch Mountain range. The 61-acre parcel of land will have 15 total lots for single-family residences. These luxury lots range from .5 acre to 3 acres with prices starting at $2.9 million. The only current home in the development is the renowned Huntsman Estate that spans over 22,000 square feet featuring 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms and sits on 60+ acres of pristine alpine terrain. This unique collaboration opens this private land for a select 14 additional lots to be purchased and developed with high-end custom mountain homes.

Residents of Stein Eriksen Estates will enjoy the perks of Stein Eriksen’s esteemed services and amenities, including access to the Stein Eriksen Lodge ski locker rooms, our signature ski valet team services, world-class cuisine, Five-Star spa, heated outdoor pools, and complimentary shuttle services to Stein Eriksen Lodge and Historic Main Street. 

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.