North to Upper Provo River Access to private fishing for WCR owners
Available Estate With Residence Available Estate Without Residence Guest Yurts Ranch Center and Guest Cottage Paved Road Trail Trail, no motorized vehicles
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East to Uinta National Forest 2.2 million acres
West to Mt. Timpanogos and the Wasatch
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Lake Creek Road
a community LIKE NONE OTHER
Imagine your newhome on a vast and private 160-acre site inWolf Creek Ranch, where 13,000 acres with expansive territorial views are shared among only 80 estates. The sheer scale of this epic and unique site must be seen to be comprehended. The spectacular mountain
setting offers unparalleled landscapes and privacy – yet it’s just an hour’s drive from the major international airport in Salt Lake City. Half an hour away, vibrant Park City offers everything from art galleries and fine dining to some of the world’s best downhill skiing.
EXPERIENCE NATURE like in your dreams
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The rolling hills and meadows of Wolf Creek Ranch are home to abundant wildlife. On a trail walk or a drive through the Ranch, you may see deer, elk, and moose, or even the occasional fox, coyote, black bear, or mountain lion. For nature lovers, this is paradise.
A LIFE OF ADVENTURE out your backdoor...
Wolf Creek Ranch offers a way of living you literally can’t find anywhere else. On the 60 miles of maintained trails, owners can explore glorious terrain year-round by foot, or by horseback, ATV, snowshoes, snowmobiles, and mountain bikes. You can be as active as you want to be, and there’s always more beautiful scenery to discover, right from your doorstep.
an incredible place to BUILD YOUR LEGACY
Wolf Creek Ranch ownership will give your family a heritage to be enjoyed together for generations to come. The massive scale of your property, and the level of both privacy and beauty, are hard to imagine unless you’ve experienced it.
This is the ideal place to teach your children and grandchildren how to fish, hike, ski, ride, and talk to each other. Here you can bring together family and friends, in a spectacular gathering place that will create lifelong memories.
Estate 10 10327 E. Aspen Ridge Road
Estate 24 9156 E. Forest Creek Road
Estate 26 8144 E. Forest Creek Road
Estate 44 8376 E. Aspen Ridge Road
Estate 46 10290 E Forest Creek Road
9482 E. Forest Creek Road
ESTATE 10 10327 E. Aspen Ridge Road | 160 Acres | $8,895,000
Designed by renowned architect Rick Brighton, this masterfully crafted home captures perfect views from its hilltop location in Wolf Creek Ranch. The main floor is planned with the owners in mind and allows for easy, single-level living. When the family arrives, there are plenty of fully en-suite bedrooms for generations to come. While the home feels authentic and hand crafted, a suite of technology backed by a fiber-optic high-speed internet connection ensures that the demands of today's business and family needs are easily met. Enjoy four wood burning (gas start) fireplaces and settle in to soak up forever views of the setting sun over Mt. Timp. Estate 10 is located close to the amenities and Ranch Guest house, mature aspen groves and perfect views of Mt. Timpanogos… a unique combination of attributes. Shift from the noise of the real world to the peace and tranquility of your own 160 acres at Wolf Creek Ranch.
ESTATE 24 9156 E. Forest Creek Road 160 Acres | $5,950,000 This rare property boasts big views and serene forest seclusion. The spectacular mountain home is surrounded by an aspen forest. Situated on one of the very best lots at Wolf Creek Ranch with a rare combination of aspen trees, views, and proximity to the main gate. The home features 5 bedrooms, 7 baths, and 8,800 SF with sweeping views of Mt. Timp. The ''toy'' barn/garage includes a darling 850 SF studio apartment.
ESTATE 26 8144 E. Forest Creek Road | 160 Acres | $13,350,000 CLICK HERE FOR A 3D TOUR
This stunning Wolf Creek Ranch Legacy home is a masterpiece, never before brought to market. Perfectly laid out on 160 private acres, the home offers breathtaking views of Mt. Timpanogos from every window. Michael Upwall designed this home as a place of refuge from busy city life. Secure in this private gated community, your family can immerse themselves in the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury and convenience. With 13,000 square feet, the home accommodates family and guests in first-rate comfort, with 6 bedrooms (all ensuite), fitness studio, and spa. Floor-to-ceiling windows draw the outdoors in. The media room and office offer an ideal setup for working from home. An oversized 4-car garage easily accommodates all those must-have toys. Enjoy an evening around the oversized fire pit and gaze across the trout-stocked pond to Mt. Timpanogos, taking in the most amazing sunset views.
ESTATE 44 8376 E. Aspen Ridge Road 160 Acres | $6,495,000 CLICK HERE FOR A 3D TOUR
Wolf Creek Ranch Estate 44 is a 160-acre property with 360-degree views, spanning the full glory of the Wasatch and Uinta mountains. Gaze across your swimming pond at a postcard view of Mt. Timpanogos. The estate features a beautiful home and barn filled with family amenities designed by Upwall and Associates. This three-bedroom, 3 1⁄2-bathroom home offers a stunning observation tower to watch the annual migration of elk directly across this property. The barn has four indoor horse stalls, a full tack room and hay storage, plus an indoor pool and saloon, art studio and office space. The current structures allow for the new owner to build a main 'house of your dreams' while living in mountain luxury.
ESTATE 46 10290 E. Forest Creek Road 184 Acres | UNDER CONTRACT
Remarkable privacy and exquisite views distinguish Estate 46, with a home and barn tucked on the edge of a quaking aspen forest -- creating a true Western estate. The living spaces are properly sized and flexible for daily living as well as family gatherings, while the practical and ingenious floor plan allows multiple generations to enjoy the property together. This perfectly sited home features a great room with an unobstructed view across acres of mountain grasslands to the iconic Mt. Timpanogos. If you desire privacy, acreage and views, you have found your home. For equestrians, this estate has a wonderful corral, a barn with indoor horse stalls, hay storage, a full tack room, a bar area, and room for all your toys.
WORDS FROM OUR HAPPY CLIENTS...
We just purchased a beautiful piece of Utah mountain land, and ... the process was smooth and pain-free! Katy Patterson was so knowledgeable about the land, county laws, and water rights. She took extra measure to ensure that we understood what owning this piece of property allowed us to do or not do. She helped us negotiate a well, and regularly followed up with us throughout the process. We felt safe working with Katy and the team! I will definitely use them again and highly recommend them! Couldn’t be better. I wish there were more people/agents like Matt Mullin. After a year gone by with another agency we received no inquiries or offers on our cabin. Within one week of using Matt, we had an offer for full price, which we immediately accepted. What an amazing team to work with. We worked with Matt and Katy on the sale of our property and they were able to get us a great offer quickly and through closing in a timely manner. Every step of the way–from listing, to marketing, to showing, to negotiating, to closing–they offered sound advice and simply made it happen.
Our team has been selling Wolf Creek Ranch for the past 20+ years. We were selected by the developer as the exclusive sales and marketing team and since then we’ve successfully sold out all developer property. Today, we remain the most prominent sales team at Wolf Creek. In fact, over the past five years our team has been involved in every WCR sale.
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WOLF CREEK RANCH FAQ’S
WOLF CREEK RANCH FAQ’S
LOCATION, SETTING, AND SECURITY 1. Where is Wolf Creek Ranch located? Approximately 45 miles east of Salt Lake City Airport (+/- one hour to SLC airport from the Ranch Entry) and 25 miles east of Park City (+/- 30 minutes). The Ranch is situated between Bench Creek Road in Woodland and Lake Creek Road in Heber City. The address of the Main Gate is 3480 East Bench Creek Road, Woodland, Utah 84036. 2. Is there an airport closer than Salt Lake City? Yes, the Heber City Municipal Airport, has a 6900 foot asphalt runway, which can accommodate large corporate aircraft (www.russmcdonaldfield.com). It is approximately 15 minutes from the Heber gate. 3. How many acres is the Ranch? The 13,200 acre ranch is comprised of 80 individual ranches inside the main gates of at least 160 acres each. 4. Is the Ranch gated? Yes. There are two electronic access gates: Woodland (primary entrance and location of Gatehouse/ security office) and Heber City. 5. Security? The Wolf Creek Ranch Security team provides public safety services via the gatehouse, a camera system, and daily patrols of the ranch. 6. Elevation? The property ranges from approximately 7000 feet to over 9000 feet in elevation, with an average elevation between 7500 and 8000 feet. 7. Plant Life? Aspen groves, evergreen forests, sage, maple trees, Gambel Oak groves, native grass prairies and alpine type wetlands in creek bottoms. There are perennial streams flowing year round which are a haven for unique species of plants and wildflowers. 8. Animal Life? Rocky Mountain elk and mule deer are common; Shiras moose are also seen regularly. Birds of prey, wild turkey, grouse, songbirds and small mammals are common. An occasional badger, black bear, coyote and mountain lion are seen. 9. Environmental Science? The ranch participates in several academic studies of alpine and sub-alpine eco-systems. Wolf Creek Ranch is widely known for its conservation efforts and pristine eco-system. AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW 1. Guest Lodge: The Guest Lodge is a 1500 square foot 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath fully appointed luxury cabin. Nestled in a grove of aspens, it features sweeping views of Mount Timpanogos and the Wasatch Range. The Lodge is available for use by Owners and their invited guests for a nightly fee of $200. 2. Ranch Center: The Ranch Center includes the Equestrian Center and Barn with an owner lounge with satellite TV and Wifi, kitchen and service bar, restrooms with lockers. There is an open barn area for family gatherings and Homeowner Association meetings. 3. Yurts: There are three Yurts stocked with essentials and situated in different areas of the Ranch for owner use as day lodges or, by reservation, for overnights. 4. Trails: There are approximately 60 miles of groomed trails running through the Ranch. These trails are used by ATV’s, equestrian, mountain bikers, and hikers. In the winter months, nearly half are groomed for snowmobiles, cross country skiing, snow-shoeing, and dog sledding. Road cycling is popular on the roads. 5. Uinta National Forest: Wolf Creek Ranch shares approximately seven miles of common border with the 2.2 million acre Uinta National Forest. Owners can access the National Forest for hiking, camping, ATV’s, snowmobiling and other activities. There are hundreds of miles of groomed trails and roads in the Forest 6. Horse Back Riding: During the summer season, WCR leases horses for trail rides and riding lessons. An experienced wrangler is on staff to assist the needs of ranch owners and their guests. 7. Trout Ponds: Three large ponds located throughout the Ranch are stocked with rainbow and tiger trout for catch and release fishing. Some brown trout are also present. 8. Provo River: WCR owners have access to over a mile of private river frontage on the Upper Provo River via a permanent easement. Guide service is available on this excellent trout fishery with rainbow, cutthroat and brown trout consistently taken on both wet and dry flies. The river is well suited to fly fishing novices or experts. 9. HOA Sponsored Events: Several social events are sponsored annually by the Association, usually centered around the three annual meetings. Many of the ranch owners also host events throughout the year centered around seasonal traditions. 10. Wolf Creek Ranch Staff: The Homeowners Association employs a full-time Ranch Manager, security and operational personnel and concierge services to help coordinate both ranch functions and assistance with private parties, equipment rentals, etc.
CONSERVATION EASEMENT AND GOVERNANCE 1. Is there a Conservation Easement in place? Yes, a Conservation Easement has been created to protect and enhance the conservation values of the ranch. The easement is managed by Utah Open Lands Trust, a statewide program dedicated to stewardship of large ranches that feature conservation easements. The Conservation Easement covers 100% of the land, excluding building envelopes, roads and driveways, and common area amenities. The intent of the Conservation Easement is to protect the Conservation Values of the property such as the natural habitat for native wildlife as well as, ecological, scenic, agricultural, aesthetic and open space values. 2. How is Wolf Creek Ranch managed? The Ranch is managed by an elected five member Board of Trustees of the Wolf Creek Ranch Homeowners Association, Inc. in partnership with our Ranch Manager and staff members. 3. What are the annual homeowner’s dues? The Association dues are currently $1270 per month per lot. This has been stable for several years. 4. Are there other fees or assessments? Yes. Although the annual assessment may vary, it has averaged $5000 per individual ranch for the past 4 years. 5. Is there a Transfer Fee? Yes. It is 2% of the sales price paid by the Buyer and is used to fund Association reserves. 6. Are there “greenbelt” property tax breaks available? Yes. The Association leases the grazing rights of the Ranch for sheep grazing across the entire Ranch for a portion of the Summer and Fall. The sheep grazing lease qualifies the Ranch for favorable “greenbelt” tax status. 7. Is hunting permitted on the property? Yes, but only as an ecological management tool, and only when approved by the HOA Board of Trustees and Utah Open Lands. The hunt is very limited and restricted, and only when necessary to protect the conservation values of the ranch. 8. Can an owner have horses or other livestock-type animals on their ranch? Horses can be secured in a corral or barn within an owner’s area of disturbance and must be fed “weed free” hay. Any other livestock must be approved by the Architectural Committee. Wolf Creek Ranch Homeowners Association, Inc. ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION 1. Architectural guidelines? There are guidelines that reflect sensitivity to view corridors and beauty of the surrounding lands. The guidelines encourage western rustic architecture following the theme of Historic National Park Structures and exceptional ranch homes of the western US. These structures are primarily constructed of stone and wood and are reflective of their surroundings. The Architectural Committee provides careful consideration to the placement of the home and impacts to the natural environment. 2. What can be built on each ranch? Three structures: A main house, a caretaker house and a barn. They do not need to be built concurrent with one another, but the main house or caretaker house must be built first. Several ranches feature only a caretaker house. 3. What types of homes have been built? Everything from quaint cabins to estate homes worthy of serious architectural magazines. Sizes range from 2000 to 20,000 plus square feet. Some homes have included celestial observatories, indoor swimming pools, indoor basketball and racquetball courts and private trout ponds. There are no restrictions on the interior of a home or barn other than an owner’s and architect’s imagination. 4. What is the approval process for building? A preliminary design review meeting to review early stage concept and placement, a follow up meeting at the early stage of Design Development, and a final approval when working drawings are complete. The process normally takes approximately 90-120 days from concept to final approvals and is subject to a nominal architectural review fee per structure. Wasatch County building permits typically take 60 to 90 days. 5. Has a building envelope been recommended for each ranch ? Yes, though there is some flexibility of location. There is a 10 acre “Area of Disturbance” that all structures must be located within to help maintain the natural setting of all of the ranches. 6. What utilities are available? Water, electric and fiber-optic phone/data lines run underground along the road bordering each property. On site utilities, including underground propane tanks are placed underground during the building process. 7. How much water is provided for each parcel of land? A private water system is complete and delivers water to the edge of each parcel. Each parcel receives 1.65 acre feet of water per year for culinary use and landscaping. The experience of most owners is that the 1.65 acre feet is more than adequate for their domestic and irrigation needs. Owners have the option of buying more water shares for water features and ponds near their homes. 8. Will owners be required to fence their property? No. The Conservation Easement, which covers the entire ranch, permits fencing only within the 10-acre Area of Disturbance and only with approval of the Architectural Committee. Wolf Creek Ranch Homeowners Association, Inc.
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