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A Park City Home with Spectacular Views

Photography: Rocky Maloney

Nestled into the mountains just minutes from downtown Park City, Utah, this sprawling rustic home offers gorgeous 180-degree views expanding from the Jordanelle Reservoir to Jupiter Peak.

The home—crafted by architect David Henshaw of Salt Lake City— sits on the pinnacle of Snowtop, creating an exclusive and private escape from the hustle and bustle.

The property spares no square-footage when it comes to wrap-around decks and gorgeous outdoor living spaces.

The open view from the top deck showcases Park City's quintessential mountain-living beauty.

The mountains of Park City in all their glory.

With over 14,000 square feet of thoughtful floor plans, the 8-bedroom, 10-bath home capitalizes on its expansive surroundings with large windows at every turn.

With wooden and stone walls, the home feels reminiscent of European estates.

The kitchen features stone, marble, and a corner of wrap-around mountain views.

During the winter months, the home's multiple stone fireplaces and fire features will keep you warm après-ski. 

Multiple log beds and play spaces are built into this children's bunk room.

Multiple viewing options accompany this curved bath tub, and the shower below.

A resistance/exercise pool, steam room, sauna, plunge pool, soaking tubs, and a room for a private masseuse all make this rustic mountain home feel like a personal ski resort and spa.

A billiards room and a wine cellar are tucked away for a retreat from the snow or just to unwind after a long day.

See more about this home here.

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