The average home in Utah sells for about $250,000 right now. Let’s just say the homes that made this list are slightly above average–in many ways. I scoured the web to find the highest priced homes for sale in Utah. I found quite a few properties in the over $10M price range. Of course, if you’re spending over $10 million on a house, you kind of expect it to be something special. $10 mil. was too cheap to make this list, though, with number 10 making the cut at a cool, $14.45 million asking price.
So, without further ado, here’s the list of the top 10 most expensive homes currently for sale in Utah (February 2016):
1. 8272 E Left Hand Fork Hobble Creek, Springville – $39,000,000
Home size: 49,568 sqft; 6 bedrooms, 12 baths
Lot size: 185 acres
What to like: Indoor swimming pool with slides, waterfall, lazy river and hot tub, movie theater, bowling alley, indoor shooting area, indoor basketball court and meeting area, elevator, heated drive, and outdoor lighting. Oh, and did I mention it’s on 185 acres in Hobble Creek Canyon? Nice!
2. 9806 N Summit View Dr, Deer Valley – $21,900,000
Home size: 13,536 sqft, 6 bedrooms, 10 baths
Lot size: .64 acres
What to like: Direct ski access on Deer Valley’s Mountaineer ski run, heated outdoor pool w/ waterfall, elevator, golf simulator, steam room, sauna, theater and 4,500 sq. ft. of heated decks. Buy this place fully furnished. Turn key luxury (at a price).
3. 1886 S Geneva Rd, Orem – $19,500,000
Home size: 21,998 sqft, 9 bedrooms, 20 baths
Lot size: 18.77 acres
What to like: An engineered pond with trophy-sized fish, a boat house and pool, a garage and hotel-style guest house, a motocross course and state-of-the-art motorcycle maintenance shop, a large outdoor gathering area in the pines surrounding a huge fire pit, a storybook tree house, a little red schoolhouse. Large mature trees, including the largest private grove of Sequoia trees in the state of Utah.
4. 174 White Pine Canyon Dr. #174, Park City – $18,700,000
Home size: 15,743 sqft, 9 bedrooms, 14 baths
Lot size: 5.31 acres
What to like: Ski-in/ski-out home off the Dreamcatcher, lift right smack dab in the middle of the newly expanded Park City Resort. Gated community.
5. 2425 E. 6200 S, Holladay – $18,400,000
Home size: 28,740 sqft, 7 bedrooms, 15 baths
Lot size: 3.99 acres
What to like: Lush and wooded stream-front property in the heart of the Cottonwoods. The grounds and heated patios are filled with all the amenities of a world class resort: pathways, decks, patio, pool, tennis court, and water features.
6. 72 White Pine Canyon Rd., Park City – $15,900,000
Home size: 17,422 sqft, 9 bedrooms, 15 baths
Lot size: 4.63 acres
What to like: Ski-in/ski-out property offers arguably some of the best skiing in the country right out your back door. Guest accommodations galore, including a separate caretaker’s house.
7. 7 Roamer Ct, Park City – $15,500,000
Home size: 14,100 sqft, 7 bedrooms, 10 baths
Lot size: 1.57 acres
What to like: Sits at the top of Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Village area in the very private gated Bald Eagle Club. Spectacular views for many miles down the valley, across the ski resorts and to the city lights. Has a billiard room, game room, multiple living areas, resort like ski room, indoor pool and spa and sauna and caretakers quarters.
8. 1401 W Two Creeks Cir., Park City – $15,500,000
Home size: 8,503 sqft, 6 bedrooms, 9 baths
Lot size: 7.34 acres
What to like: The mostly single level living home frames panoramic ski resort views through floor-to-ceiling windows from its seven flat acres, complete with a new pool, barn, and guesthouse right in the heart of town. Glass bridge over water, hand crafted ski lockers, custom stone, and Venetian plaster complement luxuries such as a wine cellar, theatre room, and ski prep.
9. 1559 E Tomahawk Dr., Salt Lake City – $14,500,000
Home size: 12,201 sqft, 5 bedrooms, 8 baths
Lot size: 25.6 acres
What to like: Distinctive, classically modern design honors its sense of place on over 25 acres amid open space on the Salt Lake City’s Federal Heights bench. Mountainside waterfall, balconies, swimming pool with a cascading edge, planter-edged patios, and an exquisitely complete outdoor kitchen. A bar, recreation room, library, theater, exercise room with spa, and game room complete the home’s livable luxury.
10. 184 White Pine Canyon Rd #184, Park City – $14,450,000
Home size: 20,309 sqft, 8 bedrooms, 14 baths
Lot size: 6.8 acres
What to like: Perfectly positioned near the base of the Flat Iron lift. This modern home in The Colony, offers three levels of luxurious living. Designed by architect Michael Upwall. Multiple outdoor areas were thoughtfully created for enjoying sunny winter afternoons and cool summer evenings. Balances modern simplicity and clean lines with the livable warmth of natural materials.
So there you have it. The 10 most expensive homes for sale in Utah right now. If you’re in the market for a new home, whether in the $15M and up price range, or a more modest budget like the rest of us, give our Buy Any Home a try.