This massive mega mansion is located on Hidden Hollow Court (or Circle on some websites) in Bountiful, UT. The official square footage is unknown, but judging by the surrounding homes, this is easily over 30,000 square feet. It looks to feature an indoor swimming pool and racquetball court. Thanks to HOTR reader Trevor for giving us the tip and taking the 1st picture for us!

  • Teddi

    I guess if you’re going to build a mansion in a city called Bountiful, the mansion has to fit the name.

    Would love to see it when it’s completed. Not loving it right now. Seems to have a lot going on…too much going on and those rotundas look as if they were crammed into the building. There’s an awkward inelegant shape to it.




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  • Last Man Standing

    That’s quite the White Elephant. No lot to speak of and the only picture that showed any promise at all was the first one showing the mountains behind it.
    It only goes downhill from there. I wonder how far it is to the closest Wal- Mart? You gotta get the decor from somewhere.




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  • Daniel

    Crap.




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  • Grrrowler

    A good artist knows when to stop, when his work is as good as it gets and adding things will only detract. This architect was clearly not a good artist. He should have stopped three towers and about 20 arches before he did.




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  • Mak

    What a stoopit ass house. Some asshole spent a pile of money on a completely idiotic pile of dogshit. Whoever he is, he deserves to goes broke.




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    • Mandy

      Your a stoopit ass!! If this guy works his ass off all his life and wants this house then why not, I mean who the hell cares how he spends the money HE earned. I bet your just some dumbass living in a studio apartment with 4 of your buddies, if you don’t like the house then don’t live in one like it you jackass!! Grow up, what’s the point of wishing bad things happen to people you don’t know. YOU negative people are the reason the world is becoming a bad place, SHUT UP you idiot!!!




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I think it original and unique, the people who are involved in this endeavor do not have to follow the masses, not everybody likes the same home. It does have a beauty and grace of its own. One of the best views from the air that I have seen, I would like to take this time out to compliment the photographer.




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  • That Guy

    It is finished. Looks better now, we put in the lawn and now were working on landscaping. As the son of the owner, I have to agree. The size is tacky and unnecessary, but my dad does not deserve to go broke. He’s a philanthropist. He’s retired, and spends all of his free time down at the homeless shelter, which is probably more than you can say for yourself. Don’t judge, he is not his house and neither am I. To be honest I’m not comfortable having my house displayed to the public as well as its address, because there will be people acting radically out of unexplainable and unprovoked rage.




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    • that guy replying

      I love that house, today i spent 20 minutes on the street wishing that there was not the “no trustpassing signs” so i could see the front and see your nice cars i have seen your parents driving around alot in the audi. It makes my day when i see that car i have seen it four times before. That house looks unusual in the pictures but it is beutiful in real life its a work of art. To all those haters look at your house then this and see witch one you would choose (i am not saying that yours are not nice but 9 times out of 10 you would choose this one)




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  • Overa

    It’s a nice house, it’s being being built for a really long time, even though it’s practically done now, there is still a lot of decorating and filling to do on the inside. I know the owner, been inside and such, pretty great house.




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  • phil

    The wallmart is 7 to 10 miles away in another city the area this is in is beautiful.




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  • jayme

    It is great that the owner of this home is a philanthropist. I can’t help but wonder however how much more good he could have done for mankind with even 1/3 of what that house likely cost.

    If the owner of this house is from Bountiful, the following sentences may be familiar to them. Many are called, but few are chosen. And why are they not chosen. Because their hearts are set upon the things of this world, and aspire to the honors of men. Just sayin.




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  • Chad

    Love the stonework on this house!




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  • John

    It think this house is amazing!

    I just want to comment on all those that seem to hate the rich for being rich. First off, you don’t get rich by being a loser, you have to create value (In this Country). The dollars follow value, it’s a very simple concept. If we didn’t have rich people there wouldn’t be any jobs, you follow. Secondly, what’s wrong with the rich people building mansions? When a rich person builds a mansion do you know how many other people make money off of them? How many jobs were created over the 3 years it took to build this mansion? No doubt hundreds. How many jobs have you created lately? Probably zero. This guy stimulated the economy by spending millions of dollars on this mansion. I call that a good thing. Do you think its better that he sticks this money in a bank account? Come on people.

    So not only does this guy create jobs by building this mansion, but he also spends time helping out the poor. What a good citizen, and good person, for doing that. When’s the last time you were down at the homeless shelter? Silence…Jayme I think you are completely wrong on your judgment. Elder Nelson and Sheri Dew live right around the corner from this guy in very nice homes. Can’t judge someone by their home.




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  • Pete