PARK CITY — After the Sundance Film Festival closes in Park City, many celebrities go back to their homes in Los Angeles or New York. However, a handful of notable athletes, businessmen and actors have put down roots in Park City.
Here is a list of some who have purchased real estate in Park City, including the prices of some properties currently for sale.
Bush is the primary host on the television show "Access Hollywood," in addition to hosting his own radio program, The Billy Bush Show.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Bush owns "a four-bedroom, 5,200-square-foot house he bought for over $2 million right in town in 2005." The journal notes that Bush is looking to upgrade in the future to "a larger, more expensive home on a 22-acre plot about 10 minutes from downtown."
Comedian and member of the Blue Collar Comedy group, Engvall has had property in Park City for more than a decade. He is a member of the Glenwild Golf Club, along with NBA star Michael Jordan, who lives in the area.
The 2003 U.S. Open winner, 2010 FedEx Cup champion and 2010 PGA Tour Player of the Year recently put up his four-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,140-square-foot Deer Valley condo for sale for a mere $2,399,000.
According to deervalleyhomesforsale.com, Furyk's listing has been taken down, which means the condo has been sold or removed from the market, or the listing has been moved.
Known for hosting "Good Morning America" and anchoring ABC's "World News Tonight," Charles Gibson has called Park City home for nearly three decades. According to the Wall Street Journal, "Gibson bought his first home in Park City in 1987, the same year he signed on to host 'Good Morning America,' and then built a bigger house in the mid-1990s that is visible from one of the Deer Valley ski lifts."
Heigl is best known for her role as Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens on the television show "Grey's Anatomy," as well as her roles in a variety of films. Heigl, her husband and their two children live on a 25-acre ranch in Utah.
Although his name doesn't appear on public records, the NBA legend reportedly purchased a home in the private Glenwild Golf Club in Park City in 2007. According to Gold Course Guru, not only did the best-in-state golf club attract Michael Jordan and community neighbor Bill Engvall, but also professional golfer Mike Weir, who owns a home near Salt Lake City.
Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks, has a Deer Valley condo in the exclusive gated Bald Eagle Club. The condo has been on the market since 2012 with a price tag of $20.5 million. The 14,100-square-foot condo features 10 bathrooms and seven bedrooms.
Skier Ted Ligety is a four-time World Cup champion and a gold medalist in the 2006 Olympics. Sochi will be his third Olympics, and Jim Caple at ESPN.com listed him as "the man to watch in alpine these Olympics." According to public documents, Ligety has ties to the Fairway Hills Estates subdivision and the Silver Springs subdivision.
Masterson is an actor best known for his role as Steven Hyde in the sitcom "That '70s Show" and currently stars in the TBS show "Men at Work." Not only does Masterson own a home in Park City, he is also the co-owner of the bar and nightclub "Downstairs" located on 625 Main Street.
The Romney family purchased a new Park City residence in late 2013. According to a 2013 Deseret News article, Romney's new cabin in Deer Valley was listed at $8.9 million, but the purchase price was not disclosed. The house features 9,000 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
The CEO and spokesman for Papa John's has a couple of residences in Park City. Schnatter purchased two penthouses in the exclusive St. Regis Deer Valley in 2008, but he recently listed them on the market.
The first penthouse has a price tag of $17,999,000 and features more than 6,000 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a long list of upgrades.
Schnatter's second property, an unfinished unit with more than 5,000 square feet of indoor space, is listed for sale for $12.5 million.
Brigid Flint, listing agent for Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, told the Deseret News that Schnatter plans on keeping one of the properties, although both are listed as for sale.
"It's just a matter of which one sells first," Flint said.
Smith is said to own a home in the exclusive The Colony at White Pines, a ski-in, ski-out community. According to Jim Harsch with Mountain Town Reality Group, Keller Williams Park City, the cost of a home in The Colony ranges from $4 million to $37.5 million, with the average lot size of five acres for maximum privacy.
Actor Kevin Sorbo is best known for his roles as Hercules in the television show "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," which ran from 1995-1999, and for a variety of appearances in movies throughout the last decade. He appeared at the first-ever Utah ComicCon in 2013.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Sorbo "bought a four-bedroom condo six years ago in the St. Regis Deer Valley resort (a unit of that size sells for $7 million) so he could ski, golf and mountain bike out of the limelight."
Best known for her role as Louisa Von Trapp in the 1965 musical "The Sound of Music," Urich, profiled in this 2012 Deseret News column by Lee Benson, has been a long-time resident of Park City. She has a fan mail address listed at a P.O. Box in Park City.
According to 2008 public documents, the former talk-show host has property in a neighborhood near the private Jeremy Golf and Country Club in Park City.
Along with Heather Menzies Urich, actor Scott Wolf and his wife Kelley have a residence in the Fairway Hill Estates near Deer Valley. Wolf is best known for his roles in the television series "Party of Five," "Everwood" and "V."