Wasatch County, Utah
A NEW Jordanelle Basin Residential Project
Offered for the very first time: a spectacular development property with an approved density of 152 Equivalent Residential Units (ERUs). Imagine waking up to crisp mountain air, clear blue skies, and views of the beautiful Jordanelle Reservoir!
Enjoy being surrounded by spectacular views of Mt. Timpanogos to the southwest, Deer Valley to the west, the Uinta Mountains off to the east, and the Provo River to the east. Utah’s four seasons will be enjoyed equally with cool dry summers (average 80°F), the beautiful colors of the fall, winter and the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” and spring with leaves and grasses transitioning to deep green accompanied by cool nights, rain, and a few lingering snow storms.
Enjoy year-round recreational opportunities within easy driving distance, including:
- Hot air ballooning
- ATV riding
- World class skiing
- Cross country skiing
- Horseback riding
Jackson Fork Location
Jackson Fork is located in North Central Utah in the Jordanelle Basin of Wasatch County, a 45-minute drive from downtown Salt Lake City along Interstate 80, U.S. Highway 40, and State Highway 32.
The property is nestled between the resort town of Park City to the west and Kamas and Francis to the east. Jackson Fork consists of approximately 153 acres. Surrounding developments include Victory Ranch to the east, Deer Valley/Park City to the west, and Tuhaye to the north. Each of these is a high end year-round resort community. Jackson Fork is 40 miles from Salt Lake City, 20 miles from the world class ski resorts at Deer Valley, Park City, and the Canyons, and 10 miles from the Jordanelle Express Gondola at the Mayflower exit on Highway 40. Views of the Uinta Mountains to the east, the Wasatch Range to the west, and of Jordanelle Reservoir are spectacular!
Jackson Fork is west of Victory Ranch consisting of single family homes, townhomes, and an 18-hole golf course. Roadways will connect with Tuhaye’s roads at the Jackson Crossing central edge of the property and also the southwest portion of the property. Several other medium-high end developments can be found around the reservoir including:
- Deer Crest
- Blackrock Ridge
- River View
- Deer Valley
A master plan for the Jackson Fork Property has introduced roadway corridors on mountainous terrain that minimize impacts to the landscape and construction costs. These roadways provide access to desirable development locations and the position of units and lots take advantage of the dramatic views awarded this property.
The master plan approved by Wasatch County allows for three types of residential unit types: 32 single family detached condominium units (1 unit per building), 16 single family attached condominium units (2 units per building), and 133 single family lots, with a club house pool. These development components total 152 Equivalent Residential Units (ERUs), based on the size of each unit and lot equating to one ERU.
To schedule a tour or for more information, contact:
Floyd Hatch, Broker
Jill Sorensen, Assistant
Any offer must be accompanied by an earnest money deposit and must include the name and number of Buyer’s private banker to assist Seller in determining financial eligibility to purchase.
**All information provided by Intermountain Realty Group and its staff in connection with this property was acquired from Seller.
There are two access points to Jackson Fork. The primary access is from State Highway 32 from the west (via Highway 40) or the east (via Highway 248).
Location: North Central Utah in the Jordanelle Basin of Wasatch County — a 45-minute drive from downtown Salt Lake City along Interstate 80, US Highway 40, and State Highway 32.
Acreage: Approximately 153 acres
Elevation: From 6,500 to 6,900 feet
Zoning: Wasatch County approved density of 152 ERUs
Water: Stubbed on site
Sewer: Stubbed on site
Electrical: Stubbed on site
Natural Gas: Stubbed on site
Telephone: Stubbed on site
Jackson Fork Has It All!
Park City, with its Historic Main Street, galleries, restaurants, and concerts, is only 17 miles away. National forests and nearby state parks provide for camping and picnicking.
Jackson Fork initiated the planning process and obtained “preliminary plan” approval from Wasatch County. Final site plan approval was awarded for this development.
Site Development Plan
Jackson Fork provides an extensive trail system for hiking, biking and snowshoeing. More than a dozen private and public golf courses add to the fun of the area. The club house has views overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir. This entire location is an overlook which provides breathtaking views of the Jordanelle Basin and the Provo River.