This elegant stone mansion is located at 223 West Stone Brook Lane in Provo, UT. It was built in 2006 and boasts a fantastic courtyard, beautiful 3+ car garage, covered parking space, 13,566 square feet of living space, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, office, recreation room, home theater, 2nd kitchen, glass tiled swimming pool and a luxurious cabana with outdoor kitchen and fireplace. It is listed at $2,750,000. The stone exterior is just exquisite. I love when listings have pictures of the home surrounded by snow and with all the lights on. So beautiful! The interior seems very homey, but the one thing that I really don’t like is the foyer. The staircase is in an odd position and blocks half of the entrance to the living room.

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  • Daniel

    Not a bad home. The entrance foyer looks extremely crowded though. Kitchen looks very dated for some reason. A lot of the furniture and decor screams grandparents, but it is all fixable.




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    • Lane

      I was thinking the same thing, a little crowded but other than that I really like it.




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  • Dave

    I live in Utah right now and it’s amazing the large homes that you think are going to be $10 million and they’re only $2 million. You couldn’t do that in California. Then again, Park City/Deer Valley have $25 million dollar homes but that’s just a small section of the state.




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  • Jayson

    LOVE the tub!




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    • cseldon1

      I was thinking the same thing. I never seen a tub like that before. Very Unique!




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    • Siobhan

      I wonder if it retains heat as well as other types. That shape and size look amazing – nice a deep with a great slant for your back. Bring me a glass (or bottle) of wine and a paperback and you wouldn’t see me for the entire evening.




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      • Venom

        It is a copper cauldron tub so I imagine it should retain heat well.




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  • Venom

    Gorgeous home and the price seems extremely fair bordering on a bargain.
    Very very nice.




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  • TEE

    uuugg such a dissapointment in my opinion… with such a beautiful exterior the interior is a huge let down. first of all that kitchen is absolutely horrendous. i dont like anything about it. the tile is gross and the cabinets are a mess (you can’t really see how bad everything is on the pictures kenny has up, go to the virtual tour on the link and you’ll see what i mean). and the way they decorated it comes off as tacky to me and for gods sake, can people pleeeaaase refrain from hanging cheap prints of famous paintings in their houses. maybe its just me but seeing Vermeer’s “Girl With a Pearl Earring” in that one bedroom was really annoying….

    besides all that the foyer is terrible and that great room above it is even worse. it looks like a huuuuge waste of space. i don’t hate the bedrooms but it bugs me that the majority of them lack any sort of crown molding.

    i know all of this can be changed im just disspointed that it hasnt been. anyways look through all the pictures on the website and you’ll probably agree with me a bit more…




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    • Mak

      Yes, the kitchen is really unbearable. The black/white tilework near the stovetop is just so dated looking, and why would anyone except a very very short person, put the microwave at knee level? Thats just plain idiotic. Much of the rest of the house is that senseless too. I don’t know how to describe the style of this place.




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  • Onions

    Love the home but the decor looks like an arts & crafts boutique.




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    • Siobhan

      Yes, a dusty one at that. I sneezed just thinking about how dusty that place must be.




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  • Siobhan

    The number of pictures provided is directly proportional to the number of opinions I have. So here we go.

    The bad: Whoever staged this home was on meth. The living room TV is mounted way too high, the foyer is crowded, a porte cochere serves no purpose since it appears to lead only to a side entrance when you’d want it placed where your guests enter (the front door!) to provide shelter from the elements, fake plants = dusty and gross, why are we seeing so many kitchen islands shaped with the bumpouts at the corners, the home looks like it’s really close to the neighbors, a massive second-floor living space makes no sense, the home theater is under-furnished (while everything else feels super crowded), who the hell needs a home dance studio, and why would they have a (nice) pool but no hot tub?!?

    The good: I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – I love balconies. Nice backsplash subway tile in the kitchen and in the suite one bathroom (I notice everyone else hated it), nicely done barrel ceiling and exaggerated scale of the lanterns in the hallway, usable shape and size of master suite bathroom vanities, eye-catching and probably very comfortable soaking tub different from built-in jacuzzis or standard, yet lovely, ceramic free-standing, and overall the exterior design is very pleasing.

    Now back to your regularly scheduled Friday afternoon. TGIF, y’all!




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  • CincyRob

    Nice but could be better. Great price for the amenities and the real estate market.




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  • Grrrowler

    I agree with all of Siobhan’s negatives. Whoever staged it simply did not know when to stop. They should be forced to furnish their own home Wal-Mart as punishment for what they did to this house. It feels feel cluttered, crowded, and much smaller than the advertised 13,000 sq. ft. thanks to everything that’s been shoe-horned into some rooms. The porte cochere is looks like a wooden version of a canopy you’d see at a flea market. I guess it’s there so Consuela can unload the groceries out of the snow and rain. It just looks like an afterthought. The kitchen is a mess. The crotch-level bumpouts on the corners of the island make me wince in pain just thinking about bumping into them while trying to navigate the room.

    The master bathroom has back-to-back vanities and mirrors, which means you’ll get a weird endless hallway effect from the mirror reflecting off the mirror reflecting off the mirror. I’ve been in houses where this was done and it’s disconcerting when trying to do your morning ablutions, to say the least. I think the sinks look like dog food bowls for a very large dog; however, I know they’re not cheap. I’m going to disagree with everyone else and say that I don’t like the tub. Being a single-wall copper tub it will dissipate heat like crazy. We’ve actually seen a very similar tub in at least one other house on this site.

    I actually like the front facade; I think it’s handsome, formal without looking stuffy, and welcoming. I also like the hallway with the barrel vaulted ceiling and large lamps (and the glass doors on one side) but I don’t like the cloud-effect ceiling treatment. I also like the pool area in what ends up being a courtyard with the pool house on one side. It is intimate and cozy, and the roof line with the dormers (and balcony) is attractive. I can’t tell, but is the roof slate or composition shingle? Someone please tell that on a house like this it’s slate…

    I actually waited a long time to post thinking I didn’t have much to say about this house.




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  • Kyle

    Home is nice, I think a few areas are too cluttered, other areas I think are fine. I agree on many of the comments regarding the kitchen tile, fake plants, fake pictures, etc…however.




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  • Senergydc

    I have to agree I also live in Utah and houses here are beautiful and well priced, my neighbors house in 10,000 sf and is for sale for 2300000 anywhere else that house would be over 4 or 5 million. So I have to say I really like this house. And the neighborhood.




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