This newly built mountaintop mansion is located at 213 White Pine Canyon Road in the Colony at White Pine Canyon section of Park City, Utah. The Michael Upwall designed home is situated on close to 5 acres and boasts 17,606 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, home theater, wine cellar, indoor swimming pool, 4-car garage and much more. It is listed at $9,950,000.

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  • Dr. Nicholas Hinkle

    This is a gorgeous example of a “Rustic Craftsman with a flair of Beaux Arts in the detail”. I love how it has it’s own unique design elements, yet blends so well into the natural Park City surroundings. I once worked with Michael Upwall, with the building of my parent’s Park City retreat and he showed me this lot of land because of my passion of real-estate. At that time, he told me that this lot, which was adjoined my many other acres of greenery, was the site of a proposed 117,000 square feet compound with a 86,000 square feet main house, two 11,000 square feet guest houses, a 10,000 square foot equestrian center, a 6,000 square feet indoor spa pavilion with indoor and outdoor pools, sauna and spa, and a 4,000 square feet “Gentlemen’s Club”, (not the erotic kind). One can only assume financial problem led to these changes in size and ostentatious amenities, or why else would you downsize an oasis.




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    • Jeff P.

      A non-erotic gentleman’s club? You mean, there’s no sex in the champagne room? Leave it to Utah…




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  • Grrrowler

    I love log and stone cabin-style houses but this house appears to be a standard lumber-frame and plywood house that will have some stone and log stuck to the outside. Needless to say, I don’t love it. Beyond its poseur status, the exterior looks too intricate and busy.

    Looking at the Upwall site, some of the interiors look very nice so this interior has some potential.




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  • Daniel

    The living/dining room rendering looks fantastic. Those ceiling heights look incredible.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I agree with you, but I’m always leery of renderings..they have a habit of tricking the eye. I’ll be curious to see if the effect is the same when the home is finished.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Hate craftsman log cabin style-majigers.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Looks to be about par for the course for this region.

    What’s going on with the rear elevation and what appears to be a closed-in section of the outside water feature? Or is it just an indoor pool and the rendering is making it look weird?




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  • Joejoe509

    I like the use of spiffy windows here and there. Yes it’s your typical Colorado/Utah lodge mansion, but it has many elements of Modern styles as well. From the renderings, it appears to be a pretty neat vacation home. I don’t think I would have it as a primary home.




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  • Ben Fisher

    The Colony is a ridiculous area of real estate here. Going to ride my mountain bike up there next week so I’ll take a look at the build.




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  • canyonsskier

    dr. hinkle, this house sits along a ski run and not could never be as big or have the many buildings as you say. How could all that fit on 5ac. The Colony has many restrictions and only 1 guest house with 2500sq ft max is allowed. Also the only horse property in the Colony is the White Pine Lake lots that they just started selling last year.




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