This massive 40,000 square foot mega mansion is located on Oakhill Drive in Holladay, UT and is situated on 22 expansive gated acres. It is owned by Ronald Gunnell, who is a co-founder of The Paradigm Group (a diversified holding company) and Health Benefits America (a premier outsourcer of benefit management solutions). He put the house on the market for $29 million back in 2005 and later lowered it to a still wallet crunching $19 million. Interior features include 5 bedrooms, a 2-story library, game room and a home theater. The grounds feature a swimming pool, tennis court and pond. It is being auctioned off by DeCaro Auctions.

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  • Hunter

    Looks really impressive, and all that land is awesome..But why only 5 bedrooms?? I’d have at least 10.




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    • Bryan in CLT

      Agreed…5 bedrooms for a 40,000sqft house is just silly.




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      • ZigZagBoom

        5 bedrooms? In Utah? Is there another mansion in the neighborhood for their kids?




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  • Sam

    The second picture is absolutely stunning, I don’t think I’ve seen a better view than this! The house itself has some potential, I’m not sure what style they were trying to pull off though, in the fourth picture the house looks still under construction! The front entrance in adjacent to the rest of the house is slightly odd but for $19m you still get a lot of house.




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  • Sam

    The second picture is absolutely stunning, I don’t think I’ve seen a better view than this! The house itself has some potential, I’m not sure what style they were trying to pull off though, in the fourth picture the house looks still under construction! The front entrance in adjacent to the rest of the house is slightly odd but for $19m you still get a lot of house.




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  • Sam

    The third picture is absolutely stunning, I don’t think I’ve seen a better view than this! The house itself has some potential, I’m not sure what style they were trying to pull off though, in the fourth picture the house looks still under construction! The front entrance in adjacent to the rest of the house is slightly odd but for $19m you still get a lot of house.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Ok, I heard you the first time.




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  • Joseph

    I just read the words ‘40,000 square feet’ and ‘Utah’. Do I dare look at the pictures?




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  • Randy

    WOW! Absolute Auction sold to the highest bidder regardless of price! This is great!




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  • Daniel

    I guess the only positive I can say is that it could have been worse. That hallway belongs in a hotel.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think the exterior is ghastly, from all angles. The view over the pool is pretty spectacular. The one interior picture gives hope; it actually looks like it could be very nice. The half-dead dracena doesn’t help matters however.

    Personally, I don’t mind the low number of bedrooms, even in a huge house. I’d rather have fewer but larger rooms, and then a decent guesthouse to put people into.




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    • Grrrowler

      After looking at the new pics on the auction web site, I take back what I said about the interior possibly being nice.




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  • Venom

    This is pretty bad, build a smaller house and use the additional money to hire a proper architect and interior decorator. Pretty confident the size of his family did not require a 40,000 sq.ft home.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Yes to finding a real architect. Every time I think these sort of bloated, architecturally vapid McMansions can’t get any uglier, another one comes along and proves me wrong. So many things are wrong with the facade, I wouldn’t even know where to begin.




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  • Jackson

    That waterslide and diving board look awfully cheap for a home this nice.




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