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Sneak Peek at the Most Expensive Homes in Utah

When you think of Utah, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Grand national parks,
perhaps. Skiing, too! There’s also the annual Sundance Film Festival. But luxury homes? It’s
more of a niche thing. That said, the Beehive State is home to some exquisite, million-dollar
properties. Below are three of the most expensive.

  1. Hobble Creek Ranch ($48 million)
    This expansive 3,387-acre estate located in Springville has been sitting on the market for almost
    two years, but the property’s real estate agent—Kerry Oman with Summit Sotheby’s
    International Realty—remains unfazed and confident that the right buyer will eventually come
    along. The staggering price tag is a first in the state, but understandable considering what’s on
    Built in 2007, the property has three main structures—the main residence, a pool house, and
    guest house. On the open grounds, there’s a tennis court, separate barns for horses and hay,
    an 11-car garage, and a slew of fountains, ponds, and bronze statues. The house itself—a
    17,393 sq. ft. chateau—has seven bathrooms, 10 bathrooms, a home office, theater room,
    exercise room, gourmet kitchen, multiple living, dining, and entertainment rooms, and elevator.
  2. 253 White Pine Canyon Road ($42 million)
    When it hit the market, 253 White Pine Canyon Road was considered the most expensive home
    listing in Park City. Located within the exclusive The Colony at White Pine Canyon community,
    the estate features 17,567 sq. ft. of total livable space, 6 bedrooms, and 11 bathrooms. But
    that’s not all— the lot itself is expansive at five acres.
    Completed just last year, the so-called “Monitor’s Rest” comes with a fitness center, spa, pop-up
    bar, bowling alley, indoor/outdoor pool, double island kitchen, aerial tower lounge, and a
    massive sports room that houses a rock-climbing wall, tennis court, and basketball half court.
    No wonder the property bagged the Robb Report Best of the Best award for “Best Amenities.” It
    was sold in May earlier this year and is currently estimated to be worth $44 million. But don’t
    worry— you can still take a virtual tour of the property here.
  3. 2470 W White Pine Ln ($29.9 million)
    Another Park City property, this four-bedroom, six-bathroom house is located at White Pine
    Ranches, a small enclave that lies at the base of White Pine Canyon. One of 12 large, secluded
    homesites in the area, it offers “stunning ski-run views,” as the developer describes, although it
    doesn’t have direct ski access unlike other properties in the neighborhood. A ski easement,
    however, provides fast and easy access at the base of the Tombstone Ski lift.
    2470 W White Pine Ln was built in 2015 and boasts an open floor plan implanted with eye-
    catching details such as oak cabinets, Lagos Blue Limestone floors, a gourmet kitchen, and a
    heated saltwater pool and spa. Modern luxury appliances—including an Enomatic wine
    dispenser, Gaggenau refrigerators and cooktops, and Gregorius lighting fixtures—further
    elevate the home’s glam appeal. Available rooms include four bedrooms and bathrooms (with
    one oversized master and bath), dual offices, gym, and an eight-car garage. Did we mention it’s
    still in the market?
  4. Looking for the best real estate in Park City, Utah? Get in touch with Team Schlopy today by
    calling (435) 640-5660 or sending us an email.

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