A home at the top of the upscale Colony at White Pine Canyon neighborhood that winds up through the Canyons resort has hit the market for the first time since it was built in 2007. While it's listed for $19.95 million, if no offers are accepted before Oct. 3, the 14,050-square-foot home on almost 22 acres will hit the auction block. Either way, this ski-in/ski-out stunner is getting a new owner before the season starts.
The home is Park City through and through. It's designed by well-known Wasatch architect Gary Francis and furnished by Park City's Paula Berg. It goes hard on the mountain lodge aesthetic, with the proportions of stone and timber matched in prevalence. The spaces are a mix of grand and cavernous. It's a home where, with six ensuite bedrooms and 13 total baths, the owners will never have to encounter a situation that confronts them with another person's basic human requirements. It is a home for a person who requires an entire level dedicated to the master suite, space for a golf simulator and a garage that could probably house half the Canyons' grooming fleet.
The setting is also sufficiently beautiful. The home's patio, complete with spa, spills into the slope of the resort, a pond and small waterfall pick up the light from the house above. From this vantage, the views would be especially nice.
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