We had a great stay at this house. There was plenty of room for our two families with eight total guests. We originally had plans for another family to join us, but their plans fell through. There easily would have been enough room for another family of four to join us -- the loft area would be a great place to throw a horde of kids. Two big bedrooms on the upper level have their own bathroom. The two bedrooms on the lower level share a bath, so that was a bit of a bottleneck, but fortunately there is a full bathroom on the main level right off the kitchen (conveniently located next to the hot tub) that everyone could use. The kitchen and dining area are enormous, and there is plenty of tableware. We also appreciated the plethora of hooks throughout the house which were very useful for hanging all kinds of ski clothing and equipment.
The house is really conveniently located between the Park City base area and town. The base area was less than a five minute downhill walk away. The uphill walk home with ski boots on was a little challenging. Fortunately, you can check your skis overnight at the base area for $5, making the walk home a little easier. Of course, you can also drive 300 yards from the house and park in the big resort lot (which we definitely did). But if you have people skiing on different schedules, it's totally doable to walk to and from the house. For most dinners, we walked into town. Main street is about a 10 minute walk away. Walking there was a piece of cake -- all downhill. Walking home in the thin mountain air was an aerobic challenge, but we enjoyed the 213 stairs from Park Avenue up to Lowell St.
Even though the house is a duplex, it felt completely private because it backs up to the ski mountain. Please be aware that a Suburban does not fit in the garage. There was no problem with parking right in front of the garage, however. The exterior of the house needs a new coat of paint, but the interior looks and feels great. We'd happily stay there again.