This gorgeous gated estate is located at 5987 S Brentwood Drive in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was built in 2002 and boasts 25,731 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, dramatic 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase and multiple balconies, formal living and dining rooms, family room, gourmet kitchen, lower level family room with bar, billiards room, indoor swimming pool, fantastic backyard with pond and multiple entertaining areas, 4+ car over-sized garage and more. It is listed at $15,999,000. I really like the stone exterior as well as the exquisite foyer. This home has one of the nicest interiors that I’ve seen in a while.

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  • Daniel

    Wow. I actually like a house in Utah – go figure.

    Stunning in every respect. The photographer should be given a percentage from the sale as this is some of the best work I have ever seen – No HDR garbage, just beautiful quality hi-res pics. Looks very reminiscent of Kim Sargent.

    The home is very beautiful. The only thing I question is putting the porte-cochere with the secondary entrance. If I was visiting the home for the first time I would have to ponder which entrance I should use. Interior is equally stunning. I would maybe add a few accent colors here and there but that’s about it.

    Now with that said, is this really a $16 million house? The neighborhood looks exclusive but there isn’t much of a view, is there? At least you have a gorgeous pool to gaze at.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I totally agree with the photo quality assessment, it’s really refreshing to see listings like this that actually have drool-worthy photos




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  • Chance

    When I saw the title, I assumed it was going to be another large, poorly designed house that we would all lampoon. But wow was I wrong, this place is stellar!




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  • Venom

    Beautiful home, near perfect.
    I absolutely love the detail work.
    They clearly hired a good agent that got stunning well done professional photographs for the house.
    This is how all high end listings should look.




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  • Hugh

    Agree with Chance. Was prepared for something average, and it is spectacular.

    Not sure about prices in UT, but seems pretty steep.




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  • NOVA Ben

    now THAT is a photo gallery!

    I was pleasantly surprised by this listing, I actually really like it. Outside, the landscaping really stood out for me…I really love when homeowners & landscape designers opt for more natural-looking grounds, so I find the variety of trees, the pond & waterfall and the understated patio design to be delightful. I don’t really like the way the covered entryway is done, but i can’t really put my finger on why.

    My major beef with the interior, as Daniel already touched on briefly, is the lack of variation in colors. It’s tan tan tan everywhere you look, so it’d be nice to add some bolder colors to the palette. The foyer is a little too hotel-like for my taste, but everywhere else in the home looks fantastic. I really like the etched glass window beside the hot tub in the pool area, I think it’s a fantastic and imaginative way to achieve privacy without ruining the look of the room in general. There are many small details like that that stand out for me, another one being the indirect lighting under the stairs.

    I’m in no way familiar with real estate prices in Salt Lake, so I can’t comment on that, but I really like what I see here.




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  • Grrrowler

    I really like the exterior. The stone work is beautiful and the grounds look really nice. The interior is a little bland for my taste. Everything is beige. Adding some color would go a long way, and I would prefer the interior to be a little more rustic looking. But, there are some great details so there’s definitely a lot to work with. Looking at the pictures, I wouldn’t guess that it’s almost 26,000 square feet. That’s a good thing, since making a huge house feel homey is difficult. I love that there aren’t 100 bedrooms and 200 bathrooms in that size. Space is the ultimate luxury and I love seeing large houses not stacked full of tiny little rooms. But, only 4 bedrooms means fewer places for the extra wives.

    As has already been pointed out, the photographs are very good. Someone obviously spent some time getting the lighting just right. It’s such a minor thing, but having a well-lit interior and still being able to see details outside through windows is not as easy as it looks. I’m not sure about the price though…




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    • Mak

      Extra wives? You said I was the only one! DAMN IT GROWWWLLER!!! You’re gonna payyy!!!




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  • Dave Johnson

    I am from Utah and the only houses you see go for that price are in Park City/Deer Valley.




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  • Oliver

    Wow, im utterly speachless, so good thing im typing not talking :p the exterior of this home is absolutely stunning and yet so similar in style to other utah homes i feel… but definitely unique in design. i cant stress enough how much i love the exterior and especially the grounds, landscaping, that gazebo, and my dream pool!! soo beautiful, my one and only quarrel with this house is as daniel pointed out, i dont get the 2 entrances right next to each other, and its not even like a main one and an understated little one into a mud room so you know which one to use but theyre both big main entrances. but besides that i love the place. the interior id without a doubt one of the best ive probably ever seen, this entire house was done soo well, that im honestly moved. i cant say that has ever happened by just looking at pictures of a house (gotta give the photographer his due). in fact i am so unbelievably impressed by this house that im going to go ahead and not look at anymore tonight because no others will compare!




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