Whether you’re looking for a luxurious, Rocky Mountain vacation home or a “humble” French-inspired chateau, Utah’s real estate market is full of expensive properties that will have you daydreaming of the day you win the lottery. This list features 10 of Utah’s most expensive homes that are currently on the market.
Currently on the market for $25 million on paper this Park City four-bedroom, eight-bath, single-family home may seem steep. But the pictures of the property speak for themselves. Designed by the famous, San Diego-based architect Wallace Cunningham, the home took six years to build and features custom furniture, a floating fireplace in the master bedroom, seemingly endless sheets of glass, a granite river bed, and a beautiful grand terrace space perfect for large parties.
If you want a quaint log cabin, this $26 million Park City property is not for you. Located in the heart of Deer Valley Ski Resort, this cabin sits on 63 acres and sleeps up to 26 people. Originally owned by Deer Valley Resort’s Founder, Edgar Stern, the home has hosted political leaders from around the world since it was built in 1989. The cherry on top? A 22-car detached garage.
This property—although considerably cheaper than the Park City properties on this list—is one of Salt Lake City’s most expensive homes that is currently on the market. At $6.5 million , the 14,879-square-foot home features four sprawling bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Built in 1997 and remodeled four years ago, the house is a stunning feat of architecture and features unbelievable views of the Salt Lake Valley from every angle.
Just off the ski run at Robert Redford’s Sundance Mountain Resort, this $8.9 million cabin gives you the best of everything the area has to offer. With spectacular views, a warm, inviting atmosphere, and nice vaulted ceilings, this 8,448-square-foot cabin also manages to not look too imposing from the outside while maintaining an immense feeling of grandeur on the inside.
While this $3.19 million family home is not nestled in the mountains, it isn’t far from world-class ski resorts and outdoor adventure. Located in an illustrious, Provo gated community, the home is 15,107 square-feet and features nine bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms. Everything in this home is of the highest quality, and its expansive gym facilities will leave you ready to impress by the pool.
Although this $9.8 million property isn’t technically in Salt Lake City, it’s just south of it in one of Utah’s most desirable communities. This isn’t so much of a house as it is an estate, and its French, mountain-inspired interior is a nice fit for the area’s natural environment. With the closet of your wildest dreams, an Art Deco-inspired home theater, and an in-house hair salon, this home is a unique property that will always keep you on your toes.
Another home south of Salt Lake City proper, this property sits at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, which is home to myriad world-class ski resorts. Designed by architect Guy Dreier (the son of noted Swiss architect, Eduard Dreier), the home is truly one-of-a-kind. You’ll feel like you’re in a movie or staying in a boutique hotel in the Swiss Alps. With a gym, a massage studio, wine storage, a large office/work space, and a spectacular pool, this angular property is definitely worth investigating. that is, if you can afford the $3.95 million price tag.
It doesn’t get more pristine than this. With a white yet rustic interior, a beautiful, cherry kitchen and an emphasis placed on natural light sources throughout the house, this $9 million Park City cabin feels pretty ethereal. The property also features a wonderful outdoor space with a beautiful water feature.
Located at the top of Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake Village, this 14,100-square-foot, $13.5 million home was designed by Rick Otto, a well-known Park City architect. This property is the perfect ski lodge (or mansion, given its massive size and seven bedrooms) to call home permanently, or during your winter adventures.
This well-hidden $19.5 million home is a family’s wonderland. Yes, you could host a large family reunion here, or you could just live here, and enjoy the property’s incredibly lavish features every day. Known colloquially as “The Barn,” this 20,000-square-foot, luxury property is on the outer edges of Orem and feels more like its own little village than a normal home, even for a property of its price range.