Published on Jul 23, 2012
4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH, SLEEPS 10. Authentically Restored 4-Bedroom Historic Home on Park City`s Main Street
The design of the Mary E. Sullivan House is historically accurate with exceptional details residents may have pictured a century ago: hand stenciled borders, era-faithful cabinets and casings, and a claw-foot tub. The art is collected exclusively from Utah artists-late 1800s through present day-as are the furnishings. You can sink back into a Morris recliner, dine at the oak kitchen table, or simply stroll through the rooms absorbing the heritage that embraces the home.
Comfortable and private, the Mary E. Sullivan House gives you all the independence of staying in a friend's home, but with the amenities you would expect in the most elegant hotels. Atop its high perch on Park City's historic Main Street, the house is within easy walking distance of boutiques, art galleries, and exceptional dining establishments. And during the ski season, simply step outside the door and aboard the Main Street trolley, which will deliver you right to the town lift. Formal Parlor
Complete with the original floors, the elegant parlor area looks out onto the flower garden nestled against Main Street. Rich sofa and chairs plus original Utah art make this the perfect room for entertaining. In addition, the parlor may be transformed into a separate sleeping suite with adjacent bath and privacy partition.
Gentle light filters through the front door's stained glass into the parlor, just yards away from the bustling center of town.
Four Full Bedrooms
Each bedroom in the home is decorated in its own early Utah style, but it's also furnished with today's most luxurious linens, down pillows, and comforters. Individual sitting areas offer privacy from the home's common rooms, making your bedroom the perfect place to plan the next day's shopping excursion, or just sleeping until noon!
The Master suite crowns the top floor with a king bed room set and attached bath with heated, jetted tub. The Lower-level queen bedroom overlooks a mountain stream and landscaping of the private back yard. Sun-filled windows illuminate a second cozy bedroom to create a private retreat.
Modern Day Reminders
Lest you get too caught up in the history of the house, you'll find all the creature comforts that make us glad to live in the 20th Century.
At the top of Main Street
Built In 1892 and Restored in 2002
WiFi and Cable TV
iPod Connections in each room
Private Deck with heater
Range - Gas
Jetted Bath Tub
Hot Tub Spa
Garage and driveway
Master: 1 King
Guest Room 1: 1 Queen
Guest Room 2: 1 Queen
Guest Room 3: 1 Queen and 1 Twin
Downstairs Living Room: 1 Queen sofa sleeper