There's truth in the maxim that there can being too much of a good thing, and ski home décor is often the most serious offender. Don't get us wrong: A bit of Old West, Bavaria, folk art, or taxidermy goes a long way. But when a home is literally swathed in Navajo blankets and rugs and pillows, on top of a museum's worth of Native American artifacts and 14,100-square-feet of wood paneling…well, you get the idea.
This shrine to Southwestern kitsch is located on 1.57 of an acre in Deer Valley's exclusive, gated Bald Eagle Club (perhaps this explains why it looks like a pow-wow exploded?) in Silver Lake Village. There's ski-in/ski-out access, 7 bedrooms, 7 full baths and 3 half-baths and 3 fireplaces. There's also a steam room and fitness room, billiard and separate game room, indoor, stone-roomed pool, spa, and sauna, an 80-inch LED television. and staff quarters (someone has to shake out all those rugs).
Best of all, the interior decorations and art are included with the home, and if you think they were purchased straight off the reservation from actual Native American craftsfolk, perhaps not. According the listing, they're from "Naomi Leff, who has designed some of Hollywood's biggest stars and producers homes, as well as Ralph Lauren's Double RL Ranch." All this can be yours for just $20,500,000.
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