This Contemporary mountaintop mansion is located at 9806 Summit View Drive in Park City, Utah. It was built in 2008 and features 13,536 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 2-story living room with wall of windows, dining room, large gourmet kitchen with center island and 2 breakfast bar islands, family room, elevator, recreation room, wine cellar, billiards room, custom home theater, gym, massage room, golf simulator room, swimming pool with spa and more. It is listed at $21,900,000.

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  • Jeff P.

    Stunning. Gorgeous. Beautiful design, yet extremely livable. My favorite home I have seen on this site in some time.

    So beautiful I would almost consider living in Utah. 😉




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    • Kenny Forder

      Same here. I definitely would move to Utah if it meant I would be living in a house like this 🙂




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      • Mark

        I have been there many times. It is very livable. Just have to not take the mormons too seriously…

        Lots of hot young blondes who want to be pulled out of that faith and shown the light. There is a counter culture there…




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        • Jake

          You’re an idiot.




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  • Limedaiquar

    These Arts and Crafts, Ranchy, Contempo style homes aren’t my style. But I think the theatre is interesting.




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  • Daniel

    Exterior is odd. Looks like an architect created a pile of wood to burn. Interior has its merits, not including the furniture.




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  • Marcus

    This was Ski Magazine’s Dream Home in 2008 or 2009. You can find a lot of photos, info, and floor plans at the link below.

    http://www.resortswest.com/rw/info/re.dream.details.aspx




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  • James

    i have the full floor plans! 😀




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  • Sam

    The floor plans are amazing, the architect used every bit of space in that house for something useful! It takes a very good architect to do that.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m generally a fan of mountain lodges like this, and this one is pretty good. But, it’s not my favorite. My first thought when looking at the exterior is “Where are all trees?” It looks like the entire hillside was cleared to build the neighborhood, and that’s too bad. The front looks too vertical but the back looks much better. The interior has some nice spaces, if you remove the rather pedestrian furnishings (that look like they came from a big-box store). i appreciate that none of the spaces are cavernous, even though the house is large. At the same time, the spaces don’t look cramped. The price is more than I would ever pay to live in Utah. There are nicer houses for the same or less in resort areas in Colorado.




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