Your Own Private Ski Lodge in Giverny and Kantons

In beautiful Utah, paradise is fresh snow on the ground and skis strapped to your feet. Good news: it’s almost that time of year! At Regal Homes, we love the outdoors just as much as you do, which is why we’re offering to pay for your annual ski pass when you purchase a brand new home in Midway or Cottonwood Heights.

This year, you can lock in the deal of your dreams — a gorgeous living space along with your own private ski lodge! If you sign a contract between now and January 31, 2020, you’ll get to experience the magic of Alta-Snowbird or Park City for one year with no cost to you. Talk about the good life.

Contemporary, cozy, and completely charming, our homes in Giverny and Kantons complement your active lifestyle perfectly. With Giverny nestled between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon, and Kantons tucked into Midway, both master-planned communities are conveniently located near the luxury ski resorts you love. PLUS, our Kantons community allows nightly rentals, resulting in a fantastic opportunity for an income producing property or a second home/ski condo – win/win!

Finally, you can wake up in a modern, energy-efficient home that suits you perfectly and head out for a full day on the slopes. Picture it now: you start off your morning enjoying coffee in your peaceful and private space, then take a short drive up to the mountain for your best run yet. (Then it’s après ski, of course.)

Living here is truly an experience like no other, and our Regal Homes team can’t wait for you to experience the royal treatment! For more information about our Giverny community, please call Debbie and Melinda at 385-297-8216. For more information about Kantons, please call Cynthia at 435-709-5050.

*Prices subject to change. Alta-Snowbird season pass valued at $1,500. Park City season pass valued at $949. Only one ski pass per family.

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