This Tuscany inspired gated estate is located at 2960 E Oberland Road in Sandy, UT. It is situated on 5.5 secluded acres with 360 degree panoramic valley, city and canyon views. Inside there is approximately 17,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, soaring vaulted ceilings (some beamed), open concept living/dining areas, large gourmet eat-in kitchen, home office, library, billiards room, elevator, home theater, wine cellar with tasting room, gym/golf room and a 6-car garage. The grounds feature a swimming pool, guest house and a vineyard. It is listed at $6,900,000.

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  • george

    Those wooden things hanging from the ceiling in pictures 4 to 8 make me feel very uneasy. This house has some aspects that I like very much, and some that make me very uncomfortable. Overall on a 1 to 10 scale a 4.




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  • Daniel

    The wood beams and wax-like faux finishing are completely overwhelming. Oddly though, I don’t completely hate it.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s different so it gets some points for that. The floorplan with the main rooms arranged in a large circle is interesting, but I can’t say I love it however. The large curved walls, the circular ceiling, and the central chimney feel a little awkward to me. I also can’t handle the Tuscany Meets Old West interior; it’s just too dichotomous.




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  • Tony

    No offense but does anybody care about Sandy, Utah?




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    • Paul

      Yes. People care about Sandy, Utah. Different people decide to live in different parts of the world for many different reasons. It would get pretty crowded if everyone asked you where the cool kids should live and moved there. There is a real world out there Tony and some of it is pretty nice, even if it isn’t where YOU like… The internet is the place where people get to be as rich and super as their minds can imagine.




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  • Bella

    All I have is three words no, no, and NO!




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    • Marie

      My feelings exactly.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I unexpectedly kind of like the interior…the wood beams are overused and make it seem crowded, but if that aspect were toned down I think it’d be a lot better. Love the kitchen with the circular stone hearth thing. The home theater’s a little weird.

    I’d make a judgment on the exterior, but I won’t because the listing agent committed a MAJOR no-no by taking all the photos at NIGHT, and even worse, washing out the image of the home by having every last light blaring. Therefore, all I can tell is that there’s a combination of wood and stone and that the home is actually pretty unique-looking. It’s pretty bad that the bing birds-eye-view image gives you a better look at the home than the listing does.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Also, aren’t windows in a wine cellar a big no-no as well?




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  • rob

    I get it. This is not a serious house. This is just somebody having a lot of fun building a little fantasy land. The lighting on those pics is overwhelming. The furniture is high end catalog classy. I like it for what it is. Plus, when you get bored with it you can call in a serious decorator and really make this place rock.




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  • lambskin

    OMG-check out the last two photos of the listing-the most God-awful bathrooms. Mentions a pool but no photos…hmmmmm.




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  • Chris

    no




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