Step back in time as you explore the remarkable ''Gate House.'' Built c. 1885, the Evans L. Smith House at 64 Chambers is architecturally significant as one of 76 extant hall and parlor houses in Park City, Utah. This unique property exudes the charm of a bygone era, evoking the spirit of a late nineteenth and early twentieth-century western mining town. Formerly under the ownership of the Ontario Silver Mining Company, it served as the timekeeping hub for miners, who would clock in and out before and after their strenuous shifts in the nearby Marsac mine. The Gate House occupies a generous, double-sized lot in the heart of Old Town, offering unparalleled potential for future expansion and development. The meticulously updated kitchen and bathrooms provide a modern touch while maintaining the property's historic character, making it an exceptionally rare find in Old Town. Moreover, it comes Turn-key, Fully Furnished and includes the coveted license for nightly rentals, presenting a fantastic investment opportunity. Immerse yourself in the unique Old Town lifestyle with easy access to Daly Canyon, Park City's Historic Main Street, and the world-renowned Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. Welcome to Apex Old Town Living at its finest.