This hilltop Contemporary style mansion is located at 3826 Thousand Oaks Circle S in Salt Lake City, UT and is situated on 3.5 acres. It was built in 1992 and features 10,765 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The inside features marble floors throughout and walls of glass that create indoor/outdoor living. Past the sweeping staircase with glass/stainless steel railing, you are greeted by a wide open living room/dining area. All around you are floor to ceiling glass walls and a skylight above. Other rooms include a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, 2-story home office with spiral staircase, billiards room with stainless steel bar, home theater, 4-car garage, expansive patio space with swimming pool and spa and an outdoor kitchen. It is listed at $5,900,000.

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  • BJ

    Pretty sure this is/was Dr. Paulos’ house. Ortho surgeon who fixed my Deer Valley friend’s ACL a ways back. An odd place but with the right touches, could be a knockout. The style mix here is, ummm, uniquely Utah. Not my taste at all, but certainly a vernacular all its’ own.

    Ok, Ok, who am I kidding, this has a few upsides, but overall is the cheesiest place. Like cheddar, mozzarella, with a touch of gouda. Topped off with some more cheddar. Fixes knees and shoulders extremely well but do not consult him for decorating and architecture tips.




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  • Daniel

    I actually like this. It does have an office/convention center/airport vibe to it, but for being 20 years old I think it has aged well, considering it’s contemporary. Dare I say I even like the overly shiny features everywhere including the kitchen (which must be a bitch to get spotless) and the bathroom. The room in photo 12 however is a mess and would need to be gutted. Otherwise, I think it’s cool.




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    • lambskin

      I agree. But I would also gut the glass block stairway/foyer as well.




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  • Gerald

    Does anyone know who the architect or the builder of this home was?




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  • Grrrowler

    The first word that comes to mind is “yuk”. It’s the kind of soulless, bland, boring contemporary house that I despise. I want to see natural materials, exquisite details, and evidence that great thought went into it. This has none if that. The interior would make a great small-town airport, and has about as much character as one.




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    • Jeff P.

      The first word that comes to MY mind is “Holiday Inn”.




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  • Hugh

    Amazing home. Love it




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  • rob

    I like it, especially the view from that living room, but it really needs a skilled decorator in there. It is pretty clear that the furniture is from a real estate stager given the huge blank spaces. With the right decorator this could be a showplace. I could really see some massive murano glass chandeliers in this place. https://www.google.com/search?q=murano+glass+chandelier&aq=0&sugexp=chrome,mod%3D13&um=1&hl=en&biw=800&bih=481&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=crdrUIuXIs630AHa54D4DQ




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  • DR.VEGAS

    Yeah…it’s very 90’s looking. Still…(with a few tweaks) I’d take this place over another Mediterranean / Italianate knock-off.




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  • Chris

    20 years old?!?!? Holy shit this house has aged well. I like it very much. Definitely better than a Mediterranean/Italianate style manse.




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