This estate, dubbed Layton Castle, is located at 3333 Fernwood Circle in Layton, UT. The Tudor style mansion was built in 1982 and boasts 17,557 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a massive 2-story foyer/living room/dining room area, cathedral ceilings throughout, entertainment room, gym, 2 swimming pools, tennis court, 3-car garage and more. It is listed at $4,400,000.

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  • Mak

    This is one the most unusual homes posted here. It starts out weird, and gets weirder. This reminds me that there are people out there who make their dreams come true, and to hell with what people think.

    Some of it looks like quality, and then much of it looks like they bought it at Home Depot.

    They do have a pond (fountain) but it doesn’t have koi. I bet if they put some in there it would help this place a LOT!




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  • Francesco

    I wonder what is the use of having 2 swimming pools…




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    • Skip

      Silly, thats because the staff and or guests never swim with the owners in the same pool.

      Remember there is a guest house in the back for staff and or guests.

      Silly question. Its not creepy looking from the outside in person. However it is expensive to heat. I know because I had connections at the bank that financed the home years ago.




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    • Paula Buck

      One of the pools is right off the master suite. The other one is up top by the guest house and tennis court.




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  • Daniel

    Wow. It certainly has that haunted vibe going on. I think the great room is really cool, although I would never want to live in this home for more than 3 days. It just looks like something that would play with your mind. Nice view though.




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  • James

    I think it could use a few more rooms with that hideous wood paneling…




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  • Grrrowler

    If I ever decide to start my own church and need a building in which to do so, I’ll keep this in mind.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    No faulting the workmanship – beautifully done – but the style seems too Harry Potter-ish somehow. Or maybe steampunk-ish. Interesting that this is in as conservative a place as Utah.




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    • Skip

      Utah is not always conservative. There is a story behind the Layton Castle look it up.




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  • jd

    shitty




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  • bf

    Looks like a werewolf or a vampire would like here




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    • Skip

      you need to learn how to spell.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This place is trying hard and failing harder.

    To-die-for views, but the home makes me want to die.




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  • rob

    I think I like it. I am not totally sure but I kind of like the extreme gothic vibe of the place. Is the entire first floor just one great room? Interesting arches and strange stairways leading off to who knows where. I would have to actually live in this house for a month or two to see if I loved it or hated it.




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    • Paula Buck

      Rob, the first floor is the great room, master suite, study and kitchen. The red stairs lead to the entertainment room, fitness center and guest wing.




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  • Andrew

    I didn’t think it was possible, but TOO MUCH WOOD PANELLING




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  • Skip

    Love the wood




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    • Paula Buck

      Me too. The fact that anyone calls it wood panneling, cracks meoup. Amatures. Lol




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  • Skip

    http://www.dupontcastle.com/castles/layton.htm

    This is the story of this castle, As mentioned I had connections at a bank that financed people who bought this home after the couple in the article divorced. She was very materialistic and demanded more. Read the story.




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  • Paige Rogers

    Does anyone know if i would be able to get my wedding pictures done there and who to call to find out?




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  • Paula Buck

    This home is absolutely gorgeous! I know; I’ve been inside. The wood is all handcarved and timeless. The grounds are managed by a full time landscaper and absolutely breath taking. Pics do not do this home justice.




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  • Paula Buck