Western Home Journal, a renowned publication that features luxury mountain home architecture, design and construction, has featured Victory Ranch as the ultimate Park City summer destination. Heralded as one of America’s preeminent vacation home communities, Victory Ranch fuses architectural and natural splendor into an unrivaled locale with “four season beauty, five-star amenities, and a host of year-round activities.” Featuring just over 150 remaining homesites upon 6,700 pristine acres of backcountry, the residential community presents the most highly-coveted and limited real estate opportunity in the Park City vicinity.
The praiseworthy article proclaims that while “you can reside anywhere,” at Victory Ranch, “you live.” Carefully-crafted four- and five-bedroom homes sit upon a sprawling landscape, each offering far-reaching mountain and river vistas, allowing residents to live both luxuriously and harmoniously with nature. While the untrammeled backcountry is an amenity in and of itself, “Victory Ranch is ever-committed to the homeowner experience through personalized service and amenities that allow members to escape from the everyday and reconnect with nature’s untouched beauty.”
Last year, we introduced The Post, an impressive clubhouse and community epicenter. However, this year, we welcome our next and most anticipated amenity: The Barn. Comprised of a pizzeria, ice cream parlor and half-court gym, as well as a wellness retreat with modern spa facilities, fitness center and juice bar, The Barn will be a “destination for recreation, relaxation, and wellness”: a perfect locale for all ages.
Not only does the article laud Victory Ranch for its boundless amenities, including the riverside Freestone Lodge and 18-hole Rees Jones designed golf course, but also its inspiring community: “The true beauty of the community at Victory Ranch can be found in the quality of the people who call it home. Owners share a passion for Victory Ranch’s surroundings and the moments the lifestyle provides them.” Victory Ranch would truly not thrive as an establishment without the spirit and energy of its incredible residents.
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