04 Dec Owner of DC Shoes Selling ‘DC Mountain Lab’ in Auction
DC Shoes Founder Ken Block has hired a company to auction off property that includes the site of the ‘DC Mountain Lab,’ a private terrain park he built to test the company’s snowboarding boots, boards and outerwear.
DeCaro Luxury Auctions announced an auction of the property, which includes two plots of land totaling 22-acres.
The auction will take place on Dec. 5, 2015 for 1450 and 1496 West Red Hawk Trail. The property includes a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home and a private snowboarding terrain park.
“As the most exclusive snowboard park in the world, snowboarding pros like Travis Rice, Devun Walsh and Travis Pastrana practiced their moves at the DC Mountain Terrain Park before they went on to win Olympic and X Games medals,” said Daniel DeCaro, CEO and founder of DeCaro Luxury Auction. “The buyer that purchases this property on December 5th will own a piece of history.”
The property’s existing 3,800-square-foot mountain retreat, 1496 West Red Hawk Trail, has four-bedrooms, four-bathrooms and features an open layout with wood beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. The home’s lower level features a ski room with a drying rack, several equipment storage areas and ski-in/ski-out access to Park City Ski Resort trails.
Outside of the home, a wraparound observation deck provides additional entertaining space and unobstructed views of Uinta Mountain. An indoor, custom-made snowboarding rail also provides snowboarders with direct access to the property’s private terrain park, which features several jumps, rails, half pipes and an electric rope tow to the top of the park.
The properties are located within the exclusive Red Hawk subdivision of Park City’s Ranches at the Preserve. Located in the Wasatch Mountain Range just minutes from Glenwild Golf Club and Spa. The home is also just a 30-minute drive from Salt Lake City International airport and Heber Commuter airport.
Additional information is available at www.DeCaroAuctions.com.