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Curbed Polls: Which Park City Miners' Shack Would You Want?

The quaint little miners' shacks that line the streets surrounding Main Street are as authentic a place to throw your feet up at the end of a long ski day as anything out there, and are the core of Park City's architectural identity. We've picked two turn of the century miners' cabins on Daly Avenue that have since been renovated, each around $500,000, and each with their own separate selling points. One's bigger inside, but the second has a bigger lot. One has a second bedroom, while the other has vaulted ceilings and a spacious kitchen. Which would you choose?


? 243 Daly Avenue is the bigger of the two (1,309 square feet) although it sits on a smaller lot (5,662 square feet) with an adjacent lot available for development. The quaint little deck is too cute for words, and a spacious living room makes for copious relaxation space. The extent of carpeting is kind of a bummer, but the second bedroom allows for some guest space, and the basement is a handy storage space. All that and two spots of off-street parking go for $470,000.

· 243 Daly Avenue, Park City, Utah [Prudential Utah]


? Down the block, 279 Daly Avenue has a bigger lot (8,276 square feet), one less bedroom (although the den with the futon could be made into a second bedroom), and 842 square feet. Its renovation added vaulted ceilings, wood floors, and exposed brick to the interior, while the exterior has enough space for an in-ground firepit, veggie garden, or storage for your exploding collection of outdoor gear. It's going for $535,000.

· 279 Daly Avenue, Park City, Utah [Keller Williams]

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