Built in 1923 across the street from Washington School House, this freestanding commercial building was, and continues be, an intriguing juxtaposition. The original use? Not sure. What we are sure of is it’s elevation to one of the coolest spaces in Park City. From the outside, the building appears to be an indiscernible, compact mining town structure. Opening the front door is like falling down the rabbit’s hole and ending up in a chic Soho loft. Flooded with light from it’s many windows, the uber-cool reclaimed oak barn wood floors and white-painted exposed brick wall are perfect. Saarenin marble-topped dining table, Eames chairs, custom sectional sofa (of course this easily becomes two comfortable beds because we are just that clever). The artwork? Modern – and one of our favorite pieces. The bedroom is perfect (if we do say so ourselves) with a custom campaign-style wrought-iron bed and a view of main street. If you haven’t figured it out…we LOVE this place.