Distinctive In Design, Exquisite In Style
Argent's intimate enclave of just 28 residences represents a rare opportunity, as it is the very last residential lodge in Deer Valley's Village at Empire Pass.
Its distinctive collection of two, three and four bedroom residences plus two Penthouses, has been designed for four-season living whether graciously entertaining or accommodating a house full of adventurous family and friends.
The homes range in size from 1,627 to 4,155 square feet. Floorplan configurations include 2-bedrooms, 3-bedrooms, 3-bedrooms plus den, 4-bedroom plus den as well as 4- and 5-bedroom Penthouses. All bedrooms are "en suites" for the utmost in privacy and convenience.
Family Size Residences, Floor Plans and MoreYou'll Find Plenty Of Room In Plenty Of Rooms.
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Imaginative Design and Stylish Elegance Plus All The Comforsts Of Home — Your Home.Residence highlights:
Three Renowned Interior Designers Bring Inspired Visions To Argent Residences
Three Argent residences have been brought to life as envisioned by three different premier interior designers:
Barkley Butera, Beth Ann Shepard and Anna Lambiotte.
Renowned for his approachable elegance and glamorous, mountain-chic interiors, he has established showrooms in Newport Beach, Corona del Mar and here in Park City. Barclay was creative force behind the interior finishes and fixtures of One Empire Pass as well as being commissioned the décor or individual homes.
Beth Ann Shepherd
With a reputation as the "Designer To The Stars" , Beth Ann has showrooms in Los Angeles and a thriving business in Park City. Coming to Park City to bring homeowners out of the dark woods and timber look, she has developed a spirited marriage of contemporary freshness with a genuine mountain heritage as you look out at the mountain and ski-slope views.
Anna has earned her considerable stripes in the Rocky Mountain's most prestigious ski resorts including Aspen/Snowmass and Vail. Following cues from the native environment and the architecture, she believes design can be refined and luxurious while remaining fun and unpretentious.