This stunning mountaintop Contemporary mansion is located at 72 White Pine Canyon Road in the Colony at White Pine Canyon subdivision in Park City, Utah. It was designed by architect Jack Thomas and built in 2003. Named Mountain Living Magazine’s “Top pick” for Utah, this incredible home offers 360 degree views of the surrounding ski slopes, mountain peeks, canyon walls and expansive valley views. It boasts 17,226 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a unique entryway bridge leading to the foyer, vaulted beam ceilings throughout, great room, den, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, 3 offices, mud room, sauna, billiards room with bar, home theater, gym, built-in hot tub, 2-bedroom guest house and more. It is listed at $9,950,000.

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  • rob

    Georgeous and cozy and massive at the same time. I really like the setting on this one. I just keep looking out the windows at all the snow covered trees. Great juxtaposition of the cold outside and the warm and snug inside. I even like the strange industrial post system that they are using in the great room and the kitchen. It brings the ceiling down so you feel like you are in a much more intimate space than a lot of these two and three story great rooms that I could never feel comfortable in. I like the glass connecting hallway. That hallway, I am sure, connects the guest quarters or another separate part of the house. It allows the owners to have company but also have their own space. They took these pictures with just the right lighting and at just the right season. The photographer is to be commended. I would love to pull up to this house in a blizzard and just sit in there and just watch the snow pile up.




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    • Iemand

      You make my point exactly. That’s the feeling I get from these houses.

      To bad they used all this steel stuff; it isn’t necessary and it doesn’t fit the house. A shame.




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  • Daniel

    ~Happy Thanksgiving to all HOTR readers!~

    Well the most striking thing about this home is all the windows…too many of them in my opinion. The skybridge is interesting. Inside is not as nice as other log cabin homes we have seen. Sure, it has the obligatory wood beams, windows and floors, but the execution isn’t as good as in other homes. I don’t like the steel bridge supports used in nearly every room. It adds unnecessary confusion to an already crowded mix. Does this home not have a view? If it doesn’t, then the price seems awfully high.




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like this. I personally think the “industrial log cabin” look is a nice change. The furnishings are cold and impersonal, and that doesn’t compliment the steel supports. With a properly done interior, it could be stunning.




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  • Salt Lake Luxury Homes

    Beautiful, but will have to agree it’s a little cold feeling!




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