This $20 million mountain paradise in Park City puts you in the heart of Utah ski country.
There are few fancier places to hang your hat — along with your art collection — than Park City, Utah. Built in 2015, this modern mountain manse, designed by noted architect Costantino Grandjacquet, comes with plenty of wall space for both. But there’s a lot more to brag about here than exhibit space.
Friends and family will be dazzled by the first-floor wide-open great room, which comes with prime views of the 8.82-acre lot; plenty of space for relaxing and dinning, and a huge fireplace for apres-ski hangouts. There’s even a temperature-controlled, glass-paned wine room ideal for showing off your finest labels. Go up two stairs, and you’re in the light-and-bright kitchen that’s outfitted with the right mix of wood, granite, and concrete.
Don’t confuse modern architecture and finishes with anything that’s overly cold. This is one very warm house thanks to a multitude of fireplaces and radiant floor heating throughout. There’s also an abundance of cozy bedrooms (and a guesthouse!), a lovely library complete with built-ins and window seat, media room, and artist studio.
In addition to proximity to showbiz royalty and the annual Sundance Film Festival, people come to Park City for the idyllic surroundings, and you’d be hard-pressed to beat the amenities that come with this pristine mountain property. Located on two parcels in a gated community, it’s got a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, and plenty of spots for alfresco living and dining. You’re also surrounded by world-class ski resorts and not far from Main Street, which offers tons of choices for fine dining and world-class entertainment.
There, you can combine the area’s top two attractions. After all, what could be finer than seeing movie stars beneath the bright stars in Park City?
About the Estate
3816 N. Two Creeks Lane
Park City, Utah 84098
Bathrooms: 6 full; 1 half
Interior Square Footage: 8,021
Total Acreage: 8.82
For more information, please contact Mike McGurl, Michael LaPay, or Miriam Noel at Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.
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