“Up here, out here, living is different,” says Doug Gilmore, Director of Sales at Summit Creek in Woodland Hills, Utah. Named “Best Community of the Year in 2017” by the Utah Home Builders Association, Summit Creek is a luxury mountainside residential community with 360-degree mountain and valley views, an incomparable amenity set and homes designed and built in harmony with nature in a setting that improves one’s well-being. Set within the majestic foothills of the Wasatch Range, Summit Creek is minutes from celebrated schools, shops and eateries, the sporting arenas of Brigham Young University and in close proximity to Utah’s legendary ski resorts.
Perched above and beyond the winter inversion below, Summit Creek is home to those who believe one’s best life is lived amidst the grandeur of nature—with every modern convenience within reach. High-end architecturals, meticulously built and positioned throughout the property, afford residents an existence that transcends the expectations of common mountain living. A close-knit residential community of adventurers and experience-seekers, Summit Creek is built upon an authentic camaraderie between its residents and the surrounding landscape, fostering a healthy lifestyle within a locale that’s both secluded and accessible.
Poised for full-time living, each developer-built legacy mountain home at Summit Creek is masterfully etched into the untrammeled landscape of the Utah backcountry. Thoughtfully sited, each lot—from the Estate Homesites to those in the Mountain Chalet Collection—has been positioned to maximize far-reaching views of the peaks and valley beyond.
With boundless trails amid the backcountry, Summit Creek residents enjoy coveted and easy access to adventure and the freedom to explore by foot, mountain bike, ATV, sled or otherwise. And while Summit Creek’s 300+ acres of uninhabited land is an amenity in and of itself, its residents reap all the benefits of elevated mountain living with access to the Loafer Clubhouse, Summit Springs pool complex and wellness center.
Dave Rose, BYU’s head basketball coach who recently purchased a homesite at Summit Creek, shared his favorite aspect of the community in a recent interview: “It’s hard to narrow it down to a single favorite thing about Summit Creek, but I think the views would have to be what we love most. We love sitting outside and watching the deer and elk that come through the neighborhood; the storms that roll through the valley; and, of course, the gorgeous sunsets each and every night.”
Now it’s your turn to escape to the Summit.
Schedule a private showing by contactingDoug Gilmore at 801.639.0944 or visit us online at SummitCreekUtah.com.