It’s common knowledge that some of the most expensive real estate in the U.S. is concentrated on the coasts, where New York penthouses, San Francisco Victorians, and Malibu masterpieces go for tens of millions of dollars. But coastal urbanites sometimes forget that pockets of pricey homes also exist in the Rocky Mountains, concentrated in ski country.
In towns like Aspen, Jackson Hole, and Park City, multi-million dollar homes come with the kind of over-the-top amenities you might expect elsewhere. Take this seven-bedroom, eleven-bath home. Called the Summit House, it’s located slopeside in Deer Crest Estates, a gated neighborhood at Deer Valley Resort just nine minutes from downtown Park City, Utah.
Measuring a sprawling 20,464 square feet, the home was designed by custom home architect Michael Upwall with every luxury you can imagine. An open concept living room features an elevator, gourmet kitchen, fireplace, and huge windowed doors that open to an exterior patio. The bedrooms and bathrooms are sumptuous, many with valley views, but the home is really about recreation.
A huge ski locker room provides a space to dump your wet ski gear, and the house also features a bowling alley, indoor sports courts, a theater, wine tasting lounge, arcade, sauna, and sports bar. Outside, a series of expansive decks can be used all year thanks to a heated pool, waterfall, and hot tub, and it’s all located mere steps from a ski run.
It’s the type of home for the rich and famous, but if you want to peek at its extravagant glory, 9829 North Summit View Drive is on the market now for $25,000,000.